Rewind-A-Dynamite 5/27/20: Mike Tyson’s Outer Circle

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John Pollock and Wai Ting review AEW Dynamite following the Double or Nothing pay-per-view with a big angle involving Mike Tyson and Chris Jericho.

Wednesday’s episode was highlighted by a Pep Rally with The Inner Circle and Mike Tyson appearing on the show. Plus, a Battle Royal for a shot at the TNT title next week, the arrival of FTR, Matt Hardy teams with The Young Bucks against Joey Janela & Private Party, Kip Sabian & Jimmy Havoc vs. SCU, an update from Britt Baker, and Fyter Fest is happening… sometime this summer!

Plus cameos from Henry Cejudo, Vitor Belfort & Rashad Evans.


  • Terrace House cancels its current season following the death of Hana Kimura
  • WWE Raw & Friday Night SmackDown ratings
  • Chris Jericho announces Rock ‘N’ Rager at Sea for February 2021
  • UFC receives approval from Nevada for its next two cards

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I wonder if AEW want to make Fyter Fest their 1st show with fans back in attendance.

Also I’m sure that their will be some State in the U.S. that will give Mike Tyson a Boxing Licence. Coming of Lockdown, I’m sure it would generate some income plus there ain’t a shortage of “Journeyman” Boxers out there so bad, that Tyson would come through it

Tyson seemed off his head and Jericho seemed like he was getting genuinely annoyed with Tyson’s buffoonery. :joy:

Would much rather they didn’t start introducing these elements, especially in the main event, but I get why they’re doing it, draws in the eyes from people who don’t care about wrestling. An obsession with a flimsy ratings system is more important than quality content.