Rewind-A-Dynamite 2/5/20: Lash Equals Cash, Britt’s Boot Canal

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John Pollock and Wai Ting review AEW Dynamite featuring Cody taking ten lashes from MJF in order to receive his match at Revolution.

Wednesday’s episode from Alabama also featured continued dissension among Elite members with Kenny Omega and Hangman Page teaming with The Young Bucks, Omega accepts PAC’s challenge, Dr. Britt Baker performs a BOOT CANAL on Yuka Sakazaki, and Jon Moxley seeks out an eye for an eye against a member of the Inner Circle.


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Congrats Wai on the engagement. Wish you all the best.


John’s vicious attack on Ice Coffee calling it milk was one thing, but to say the Being the Elite theme sucks was just uncalled for

Congrats @wai0937!

Moxley vs Santana: “Last Eye Opened” match.:joy::joy:

Congrats @wai0937!

I’m watching the final segment now. The symbolism of Butcher and Blade, Kip and Sammy without The Innercircle coming out was, they were all defeated by Cody on Dynamite, that was a really good touch

Didn’t catch that connection. Nice.

Firstly,see not hard is it,secondly thank you Cody for.putting yourself through that,thirdly MJF you are a prick.
Last shot on the Dream tattoo was too far. Matthew you suck.

Just watched that last segment. Awesome.

My one nit-pick is that I wish the crowd was 100% bought into the shock/stunned silence/not typical wrestling audience feel they were going for. Though maybe the awkwardness of the crowd not knowing what to do made it better.