Swerve outlasts Takeshita for a one-on-one shot at Joe

Tony Khan introduced {that a} new model of the AEW Rankings would come out after thye Mar. 27 Dynamite, which was largely only a approach to inform us that the match between Swerve Strickland and Konosuke Takeshita on tonight’s present would decide who World champion Samoa Joe’s subsequent challenger can be.

Fittingly, Strickland vs. Takeshita was the primary occasion of Dynamite. It began with a present of respect, however the handshake became every man making an attempt to make an announcement. Swerve received unfastened to start out sturdy, however The Alpha slowed his roll by dropping him on his head.

That was certainly one of a number of occasions that The Don Callis Member of the family did injury to Strickland’s head & neck. Swerve wasn’t going to surrender on his quest for a one-on-one World title match simply, although. He did some injury of his personal with a Swerve Stomp on the apron…

He didn’t win with that transfer, however he arrange the end by turning a pop-up powerbomb try into one other stomp.

When that didn’t get three, Large Stress did.

That each one however assures Joe vs. Swerve at Dynasty, however the champ made it very clear that Strickland shouldn’t be celebrating when what he received was “the largest fade he’s ever gonna catch in his life.”

Prepare for that contract signing subsequent Wednesday, and get full outcomes and protection of every part on the Mar. 27 AEW Dynamite right here.

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