REWIND-A-DYNAMITE 3/24/21: Darby Allin vs. John Silver, WWE-Peacock edits

Originally published at REWIND-A-DYNAMITE 3/24/21: Darby Allin vs. John Silver, WWE-Peacock edits - POST Wrestling | WWE NXT AEW NJPW UFC Podcasts, News, Reviews


John Pollock & Wai Ting review AEW Dynamite featuring Darby Allin vs. John Silver for the TNT Championship. Plus: WWE confirms ThunderDome move, WWE edits on Peacock and the full POST Podcast Day schedule.

THIS WEEK: 25% OFF “Bushby & Thompson’s Wrestling Adventure” tee (no coupon required)

Intro & Announcements: The final show announcement for POST Podcast Day on Saturday, April 3.


  • WWE confirms ThunderDome move to the Yuengling Center
  • Peacock editing out WWE content
  • WWE Raw ratings
  • Kane and The Great Khali announced for the WWE Hall of Fame
  • IMPACT Wrestling moves Rebellion to 4/25
  • Miesha Tate coming out of retirement

AEW Dynamite Review: Darby Allin defended the TNT Championship against John Silver in the main event, The Young Bucks & Brandon Cutler faced The Lucha Brothers & Laredo Kid, a non-title match involving AEW Champion Kenny Omega and Matt Sydal, an ultimatum is presented to The Young Bucks, The Pinnacle’s FTR & Shawn Spears in action, the announcement of a new AEW-themed reality series for TNT, and more.

Patron feedback from the POST Wrestling Forum.

Watch the video version of this podcast at

Double Double+ patrons get live Zoom access to all of our POST Shows after ever Raw, Dynamite, SmackDown and WWE/AEW PPV. Join at

Photos Courtesy: AEW

Rewind-A-Dynamite Theme by Jacob Chesnut






Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/YouTube: @POSTwrestling

I really liked how they laid out the FTR match timing. The formulaic nature of wrestling content sometimes leads me to not pay attention for periods of time.

Too often matches proceed in a standardized “7 minutes of action > commercial > five minutes of action > finish” style and it programs my brain to tune out during commercial breaks (with or without Picture in Picture). By having a match end very quickly following a break, it trains me to pay attention because a finish could come at any time.

I am personally waiting for AEW to finish a match during a PIP commercial break. It would probably rub some people the wrong way to do this, but if you really want people paying attention during breaks (and sponsors certainly do) this would be a great way to condition the audience to do so. And it’s not all that difficult to recap the action and show the finish once the commercial is over.

Regarding the use of blackout reveals, that’s how they introduced The Pinnacle a couple weeks ago. And yes, they’ve done it quite a few times with Sting.