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Harold Williams’ Weekly Wrestling: [AEW] 1/27/22

Hello AEW fans, today we will look at the results of recent AEW shows, and CM Punk vs. MJF being on, “AEW Dynamite” instead of PPV.



AEW Rampage


Jon Moxley defeated Ethan Page via referee’s decision

Trent Beretta (w/ Orange Cassidy) defeated Nick Jackson (w/ Brandon Cutler & Matt Jackson)

Hook defeated Serpentico

AEW TBS Champion Jade Cargill (w/ Mark Sterling) defeated Anna Jay (w/ John Silver)


AEW Dark

1/25/22 (taped 1/21/22)

The Bunny (w/ The Blade) defeated Erica Leigh

2point0 (Jeff Parker & Matt Lee) & Daniel Garcia defeated Kekoa, Pat Brink & Rayo 

Lance Archer defeated Joe Keys 

Leyla Hirsch defeated Janai Kai 

The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster) & The Gunn Club (Austin & Colten Gunn) (w/ Billy Gunn) defeated The Dark Order (Alan Angels, Alex Reynolds, Evil Uno & Ten) 

Penta El Zero Miedo (w/ Alex Abrahantes) defeated Wheeler Yuta (w/ Chuck Taylor & Kris Statlander) 

Jungle Boy (w/ Luchasaurus) defeated Nick Comoroto (w/ Aaron Solow & QT Marshall) 

This episode of, “AEW Dark” can be watched online here.


AEW Dynamite: Beach Break


AEW Interim TNT Champion Sammy Guevara defeated AEW TNT Champion Cody Rhodes (w/ Arn Anderson) in a “Unification Ladder” match to become the new AEW TNT Champion.

Wardlow (w/ Shawn Spears) defeated Elijah Dean & Jake Alexander in a, “Two On One Handicap” match

The Inner Circle (Chris Jericho, Ortiz & Santana) defeated 2point0 (Jeff Parker & Matt Lee) & Daniel Garcia

Leyla Hirsch defeated Red Velvet

Orange Cassidy defeated Adam Cole in a “Lights Out” match

It was confirmed during this episode of, “AEW Dynamite” that CM Punk and MJF will have a match on next week’s episode. Many fans are surprised that this match will be taking place on, “AEW Dynamite” instead of a PPV, the next one being Revolution 2022. But it shouldn’t be surprising, considering the fact that the episode will be taking place in Punk’s hometown of Chicago.

CM Punk finally getting his hands on MJF and defeating him in Chicago would get an electric reaction from the fans who will be in attendance, and this would look good on TV.

PPV buyrates are important, but if a fan is enjoying a product that is being presented to them for free, this will increase the chances that they will pay to see more of it. And in the case of the CM Punk-MJF feud, perhaps that would be a gimmick rematch or a rematch with high stakes involved. So, the value of free TV should never be underestimated.

Twitter: @HWilliams13

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