AEW Dynamite September 15, 2021- Live Results & Updates

AEW Dynamite September 15 2021

AEW Dynamite will come to Prudential Center in Newark to make their New Jersey debut for the episode of September 15, 2021. Three singles matches are announced for the show till now with Adam Cole making his in-ring debut.

Read on to find the Live Results & Updates for AEW Dynamite September 15, 2021 episode along with preview, match card, start time, location, tickets and more information.

Show – AEW Dynamite
Date – September 15, 2021
Location – Prudential Center, Newark, NJ, US
Time – 8 PM EST(September 16 – 12 AM GMT)

AEW Dynamite is available to watch in the United States on TNT Network via cable and Watch TNT app. In Canada, it will be available via TSN Direct and TSN app as well as TSN Network on cable TV.

International Fans can watch the show via Fite TV with two options.

The standalone Dynamite episode is available for $2.99 on Fite.

You can also subscribe to AEW Plus for $4.99 per month at the below link.

Adam Cole vs Frankie Kazarian: Adam Cole will be making his in-ring debut against Frankie Kazarian. The match is part of the storyline between Elites vs Daniel Bryan and others. Kazarian came out to Bryan’s aid on last week of Dynamite.

Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston vs 2Point0: Moxley will team up with Eddie Kingston once again and will take on 2Point0, who have been a throne to them ever since coming to AEW.

Darby Allin vs Shawn Spears: Sting and Darby Allin are in a feud with Tully Blanchard and Shawn Spears. Allin will face Spears this week, while Tully has said he will face Sting someday. Recently, Spears attacked Allin and hit him with C4 recently on Rampage.

Jade Cargill vs Leyla Hirsch: Jade Cargill will look to continue with her winning streak and this time her victim will be Leyla Hirsch.


  • Adam Cole defeated Frankie Kazarian in a singles match via pinfall.
  • FTR(Cash Wheeler & Dash Harwood) defeated Dante Martin & Matt Sydal in a tag team match via pinfall.
  • Jade Cargill defeated Leyla Hirsch in a singles match via pinfall.
  • Darby Allin defeated Shawn Spears in a singles match via pinfall.
  • Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston defeated 2PointO in a tag team match via pinfall.

Live Updates

CM Punk joins the commentary as the show opens.

Adam Cole vs Frankie Kazarian

Adam Cole and Frankie Kazarian make their entrances. The bell rings and they feel in the atmosphere. Cole goes fora pump kick but Kazarian hits with hip tosses. Kazarian puts on a headlock and both men stop the hiptoss attempts. Cole manages to send Kazarian to the floor and beats him up there.

Kazarian fights back at the apron. Cole rolls through from a sunset flip and hits a pump kick. Kazarian hits chops coming out of a headlock. Kazarian puts on a submission move and Cole kicks at his face to come out of it. Cole hits Ushi Garoshi and gets ready for a superkick. Kazarian counters with a German suplex. Kazarian hits double knees on the back. Cole catches him with a superkick for a near fall.

Kazarian counters the Panama Sunrise with a slam to get a two-count. They trade strikes while being on their knees. Kazarian hits a lariat but Cole quickly hits another Ushi Garoshi for another two-count. Both men miss their stirkes before Cole hits the Panama Sunrise and Last Shot to get the win.

Winner – Adam Cole

Cole takes the mic after the match and calls out for a trios match between The Young Bucks and he vs Christian Cage, Luchasaurus, and Jungle Boy on Rampage. He adds the SuperKliq is back and there’s not a damn thing anybody can do to stop them.

Backstage, Fuego Del Sol says he would trade his new car with another shot at TNT title. Sammy Guevara prompts him to challenge Miro for a title match. Del Sol does so.

MJF comes out and rants against New Jersey. He then says he had a conversation with the ghost of Brian Pillman. MJF says that he told Pillman that his kid is the worst second-generation wrestler and he would massacre him if he shows up at Grand Slam. Varsity Blondes music hits. Wardlow goes to the ramp to deal with them, but Pillman comes from the crowd to attack MJF. Wardlow comes back but gets low bridged to the floor.

We get a pre-recorded interview between Jim Ross and Brian Pillman Jr. JR tells Pillman that last week was humiliating and they need to see MJF get his a** whipped next week. Brian says he knows how important it is for him to make his dad proud, and last week he feels like he let him down. Pillman says when MJF was eating out of a silver spoon he was fighting for his life, and they’re not the same. But MJF will be put through adversity when he will be stepping into the ring with a Pillman.

Jurassic Express and Christian Cage are interviewed backstage. Jungle Boy says he has better friends and hair than Adam Cole. Christian Cage takes a shot at Cole by saying Young Bucks dragged his sorry a** out of developmental)NXT). And since he is already used to losing Wednesday night wars, he might as well get used to lose on Fridays too.

FTR vs Dante Martin & Matt Sydal

Martin starts with quick moves. Harwood hits some chops in the corners and cuts off his springboard move with a big right hand. Wheeler hits uppercut and chops on the floor before sends him into ringpost. FTR keeps control over Martin. Martin counters a double team and skips past both opponents to tag in Sydal.

Sydal hits a kicks and knees to Wheeler. Dante joins him to take out their opponents on the floor. We cut to a break.

Back from the break, Harwood has Sydal in a Cobra Twist. Sydal hits a hip toss. Wheeler and Martic come in. Martin runs down Wheeler with quick moves. Wheeler avoids a jacknife pin. Wheeler tags in and Sydal comes in to attempt stereo pins. Cash tags back and catches Martin in the springboard. Cash hits the Big Rig for the win.

Winners – FTR

The commentary team brings up the Suzuki Incident where his music did not play before his match. CM Punk talks about how seriously they take it and what a pioneer Minoru Suzuki is. He says Minoru feels insulted and wants some payback and to hear his entrance music. We cut to a video package from Suzuki and Lance Archer about Jon Moxley’s match against Minoru. Archer talks about how he was part of Suzuki-gun stable once in NJPW. They challenge Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston.

Malakai Black makes his grand entrance and gets on the mic. He says there’s an enemy amongst us, and the camera moves to Rosario Dawson from the Big Big Show and she is wearing a Nightmare Family jacket. Black approaches her and Cody Rhodes returns through the crowd. Dawson hops on Black’s back and Cody attacks by the time Black takes care of her. Black and Cody start to brawl up and spills into the crowd. They keep fighting on the stairs and throw fans’ food at each other. We cut to the break.

Jade Cargill vs Leyla Hirsch

Hirsch starts with a double leg takedown. Hirsch goes for the suicide dive on the floor but Jade pulls his assistant in front of her. Hirsch still in control as they get back into the ring. Hirsch puts on a cross armbreaker, which Jade turns into a powerbomb.

Cargill hits another powerbomb as we return. Hirsch gets on her back and puts on a sleeper. Jade throws her away but misses a pump kick. Hirsch hits a German Suplex and then a suicide dive. Hirsch hits a pump knee for a two-count. Hirsch misses a moonsault and eats a big kick. Cargill hits the Jaded to get the pin.

Winner – Jade Cargill

Andrade gets a pre-recorded promo. He asks his assistant who asked him to interfere in his match. Assistant says it was Chavo. Andrade shouts at him and tells him that he is the boss and he could beat anyone in AEW whenever he wants.

Taz comes with Hook and accusing Punk of taking his job. Hook baits Punk into getting to the ramp where Hobbs runs him down from behind. Punk tries to fight back but Hook grabs Punk and Hobbs hits a big kick at his chest. Hook tells the commentators to get out of there. Hobbs slams Punk through the announce table.

Darby Allin vs Shawn Spears

Spears stomps on Allin in the corner and then drops him on the ropes. Spears sends Allin into the steel steps once. He goes for a knee strike against the steel steps but Allin moves away. Darby goes for a suicide dive but stops when he sees Tully Blanchard is there.

Spears catches Allin with another knee strike. Spears gets some paint remover on a cloth and removes Darby’s face paint. We cut to a break.

Spears has the Scorpion Death Lock on as we return. Allin gets to the ropes to break the pin. Allin hits a low dropkick to sweep Spears of his feet. He hits Code Red for a near fall. Spears hits a big chop as Allin goes to the top. Allin kicks at his injured knee on the top rope. Spears throws Allin from the top rope.

Darby hits a stunner on the ropes and then a suicide dive. Coffin drop follows this quickly for Allin to get the win.

Winner – Darby Allin

After the match, FTR comes into the ring to confront Darby and Sting. A brawl starts and Wheeler throws Darby to the floor. Sting gets hit in the back by Tully Blanchard. FTR gangs up on Sting and beat him up. Same is done to Darby also when he comes back. Tully gets the paint remover and removes Sting’s face paint. The crowd chants “as***les” at them as the segment ends.

Bryan Danielson comes out to the ring. But before he could say anything, Don Callis cuts him off as he comes out with AEW World Champion Kenny Omega. Callis rants about Bryan talking about how difficult it was for him to sign a contract with AEW. Callis says who is he to decide who gets the title matches, they run this place..

Bryan cuts him off and says he wants to talk to Kenny Omega. Bryan says this would be about title someday but this is just to know who is the best. Bryan says people want Bryan vs Omega. The crowd gets roaring. Callis says no, and the crowd replies with “Yes” chants. Bryan says he came to face the best bout machine and the God of Wrestling.

Bryan adds that Kenny has lost his balls and asks whether he says yes or no to the match. The crowd chants “Yes.” Omega says if Bryan wants the Best Bout Machine, then his answer is yes.

After the break, the commentary team announces a bunch of big matches for AEW Grand Slam and AEW Rampage this week.

Mox and Suzuki brawl in the ring but soon split out to the floor. Kingston and Archer go into the crowd and continue to brawl. Mox slams Suzuki into a table. Suzuki tries to hit gotch piledriver but resorts to a mic shot when Mox stops him. They continue to brawl as the show goes off the air.

Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston vs 2PointO

Moxley and Kingston come out from the crowd. A brawl out as they reach ringside. Daniel Garcia joins 2PointO in the attack. Lee and Garcia take on Kingston. Mox takes Parker to the ring after biting him for a bit.

Moxley drops Parker a few times and then hits few big chops. Parker rakes his eyes and tags in Lee. Lee gets hit by a German suplex. Mox bites Lee. Lee baits Mox out of the ring and Parker attacks him from behind as we cut to a break.

Moxley fights back as Kingston returns to the apron. Lee and Parker continue with a double team attack. Moxley hits a back body drop on Parker and then hits a big lariat on Lee. Kingston tags in and hits 2.0 with big shots. He hits Machine gun chops in the corner and then drops Garcia from the apron. Spinning back and DDT follows. Moxley comes in to hit Lariat/German suplex combo for the win.

Winners – Eddie Kingston & Jon Moxley

After the match, Minoru Suzuki’s entrance music starts. Suzuki makes his entrance and walks down the ramp. Moxley has his attention on Suzuki. Archer attacks Kingston from behind and sends him into the barricade.

Mox and Suzuki brawl in the ring but soon split out to the floor. Kingston and Archer go into the crowd and continue to brawl. Mox slams Suzuki into a table. Suzuki tries to hit gotch piledriver but resorts to a mic shot when Mox stops him. They continue to brawl as the show goes off the air.

One Comment

  1. Was hoping to see Jon Moxley or Chris Jerico at the Prudential Center on September 15, 2021. God knows we waited long enough.

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