AEW Dynamite August 30, 2023 Results, Live Updates, Winners

Cassidy vs Penta AEW Dynamite August 30 2023
Cassidy vs Penta AEW Dynamite August 30 2023, Credits – AEW

Welcome to the live results blog for AEW Dynamite August 30, 2023, which was the go-home episode of Dynamite for All Out 2023 PPV.

The show was live from Now Arena, Chicago. The only match announced in advance was the International Championship match between Orange Cassidy and Penta El Zero Meido. The winner would defend the title later against Jon Moxley at All Out 2023.

Adam Cole was announced to address the fans in the aftermath of All In main event loss. The Acclaimed had a surprise planned for Billy Gunn. The build-up for All Out also continued. Tune in below as we post results from AEW Dynamite August 30, 2023, with live updates, winners, highlights and complete action.


  • Jon Moxley defeated Komander in a singles match via submission.
  • Eddie Kingston(c) defeated Wheeler Yuta in a singles match via pinfall to retain NJPW Strong Openweight Championship.
  • Kris Statlander, Hikaru Shida & Britt Baker defeated Nyla Rose, Emi Sakura & Marina Shafir in a tag team match via pinfall.
  • Orange Cassidy(c) defeated Penta El Zero Meido in a singles match via pinfall to retain AEW International Championship.


Jon Moxley vs Komander

Moxley starts strong with big strikes. Komader make his way into the match with some highflying moves. Moxley takes the control heading into the break. Komander comes back with a facebuster after the break and followed up with lariat and several quick moves. Moxley drops him with a lariat and a piledriver. Moxley hits hammer and anvil elbows before transitioning to a choke and then to a cross armbar to get the submission.

Winner – Jon Moxley

Orange Cassidy’s promo airs on the big screen, saying he does not need a break, and he will be ready for Jon Moxley at All Out.

We get footage backstage from All In where The Young Bucks were dissappointed on losing the tag team titles in front of 81,000 people on a show they created. FTR come in and The Bucks say there reaction was knee jerk and they need to make it up with them. Bullet Club Gold come in and an argument starts, which leads to an 8-man match announced with BCG vs FTR & The Bucks.

Renee Paquette interviews Toni Storm who is upset at how things turned out at All In. She is happy for Saraya winning the title, but she has lost her friends. She throws a shoe that misses Renee.

Jericho & Guevara

Chris Jericho comes out to the ring. He talks about a great weekend in London with Fozzy headlining thier biggest show and 81000 people at All In. He lost to Will Ospreay but the only thing he wants to forget is how he treated his brother Sammy Guevara. He asks Sammy to come out so that he can talk to him in front of everyone. Sammy comes out. Jericho says he was frustrated after losing to Ospreay and pushed Sammy. He acknowledges how Sammy tried to help and not thinking that Sammy did everything he could to help him. Jericho apologises and shakes his hands. Sammy replies that he told him already he was not leaving Jericho’s side.

Jericho says the match vs Ospreay is running in his head and is thinking about how he could have done things differently, or how Sammy could have hit Ospreay harder with the bat. Sammy takes offense that Jericho could have hit Judas Effect harder. Sammy says he left his wife to be in Jericho’s corner. Jericho says if Sammy was not with him, he would not have got a chance to be on the show. Sammy says he might have his own match if he was not shadowing Jericho. Jericho says Sammy may have been booked if he had not lost the AEW World title match. They continue to argue until Jericho says they should not throw shades at each other, and should unite La Sexs Gods to mount a challenge for AEW Tag Team titles. They shake hands and hug.

Jon Moxley cuts a promo for his upcoming match at All Out.

Eddie Kingston(c) vs Wheeler Yuta – NJPW Strong Openweight Championship

They lock up and Yuta pushes Eddie to the corner. Yuta slaps Eddie as they break in the corner. Eddie fires back with a chop and a slap. Yuta drops him and starts to work on the taped arm of Eddie. Eddie hits a knee strike. Yuta blocks a suplex and drops the arm on his knees. We cut to a break.

Eddie knocks Yuta to the floor and hits a tope suicida. He hits machine gun chops back in the ring before an exploder suplex. Yuta hits a bridging German suplex for a two-count. Eddie gets the knees up on a splash and hits a Saito suplex. Yuta blocks a lock before hitting a Samoan drop to a two-count. Eddie gets enraged with a kicks from Yuta and hits chops. Yuta catches his arm and hammers down his arm. Kingston comes back with a German suplex. Eddie hits a spinning hammer backfist twice to get the pinfall.

Winner – Eddie Kingston

Claudio Castagnoli comes out to take Yuta away, and does not even look towards Eddie who keeps screaming at Claudio to fight him.

MJF was backstage at All In when Cole comes in, MJF tells him that Cole has forced him to fight far more in the last 3 months and he will take the week off. He also tells us that a battle royal at Rampage will identify their challengers for ROH Tag titles at All Out. A tournament is also coming to identify his challenger at Grand Slam.

Don Callis interrupts Sammy Guevara’s interview backstage and tries to rile him up against Jericho. Yuta tells him that he already has a family and to get lost.

Adam Cole comes out and talks about his night at All In, winning ROH tag titles, and losing main event. He says he will get a title shot at later stage sometime. Roderick Strong comes out with The Kingdom and takes offense at Cole being worried about MJF and not about him. Cole says Strong is not like that and is being influenced by these people, the Kingdom. Mike Bennett gets enraged and starts to talk about their time in ROH as a team. Matt Taven also joins in as they come to a conclusion that Cole used The Kingdom until he jumped to Bullet Club. Cole apologizes to them to feeling that way, but MJF is not just his friend, but his best friend. Strong gets angry and says he would enter the #1 contender tournament and will beat MJF for the title, he will do what Cole failed to do – beat MJF for the title. Cole tells him that he is in no condition to wrestle. Strong is not listening.

Kris Statlander, Hikaru Shida & Britt Baker vs Nyla Rose, Emi Sakura & Marina Shafir

Sakura attacks Shida before the bell. Shida counters with a hurricanarana and big right into corner. Baker comes in and fires more forearm shots. Nyla hits a knee to her back from the apron as Shafir distracts the referee. Tags to Shafir and Nyla who keep control of the match. Sakura tags in and keeps control as we cut to a break.

Stat and Shafir get the tags as we return. They brawl until Stat drops Shafir face first into the mat. Sakura and Rose double team on Stat to drops her. Shida comes in and drops Sakura. Shida goes after Nyla but Baker ends up hitting her with a big shot when she tries to help her. Everyone is thrown to the floor one by one. Statlander hits a clothesline on Shafir to send him out and hits a suicide dive. Statlander hits a piledriver on Shafir to get the pinfall.

Winners – Kris Statlander, Hikaru Shida & Britt Baker

Ruby Soho attacks Statlander after the match with No Future kick.

We get a video promo for Shane Taylor as he is set to challenge Samoa Joe for ROH TV title.

Backstage, Don Callis tells Konosuke Takeshita about all of Kenny Omega’s recent injuries and moves to hit to take advantage of them.

The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn come out to the ring for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Gunn cuts a ribbon after bringing out a big scissor. They reveal custom AEW Trios Championship belt with a pink strap which also scissor clamps in the back. They also announce that they will be in action at Collision this week.

Orange Cassidy(c) vs Penta El Zero Meido – AEW International Championship

Penta shoves Cassidy back and poses with “Zero Meido”. Penta stops Cassidy from getting his hands into the pocket and starts running the ropes. Both men land on their feet after a series of back and forth. Cassidy shows off his wrestling skills and brings Penta down with a leg sweep. An armdrag sends Penta to the floor. Penta catches his dive and throws him into the barricade. We cut to a break.

Cassidy hits a suicide dive as we return. Penta catches him with a kick as he jumps from the steps. Penta hits a tope suicide himself. Penta hits a springboard leg drop to get a two-count. Penta slams his face into the turnbuckle. Cassidy responds with the same before a stundog millionaire and a DDT to get a two-count. Penta trips him on the top rope and hits a running punt on Cassidy’s ribs. Penta hits a backstabber to take us to another break.

Penta hits some thrust kicks as we return again. Cassidy blocks his arms getting trapped at behind by putting his hand in the pocket. Cassidy hits lazy chops before Cassidy hits a Canadian Destroyer. Penta hits his own Destroyer before Cassidy hits another one. Penta ducks Orange Punch and hits Made in Japan but Cassidy kicks out of the pin. Cassidy counters Fear Factor with a back body drop. Penta hits a kick to his hands. He stomps on the arm a few more times.

They get to the apron and trade superkicks. Penta hits Fear Factor on the apron. Cassidy grabs the ropes to break the pinfall. Penta stomps on Cassidy’s arm a few more times. Penta snaps the arm on behind. Penta hits another Fear Factor but Cassidy kicks out. Penta is shocked. Cassidy capitalizes on it with a crucifix to get the pinfall.

Winner – Orange Cassidy

After the match, Cassidy gets a microphone as he sits on a chair. He says everytime he defends his title, his injuries are getting worse. But, there isn’t anything anyone can do to dethrone him. He will always be the International Champion. He is Orange Cassidy and he does not have a catchphrase. Jon Moxley comes out and Cassidy punches him. The show goes off the air.

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