REWIND-A-DYNAMITE 7/28/21: Fight for the Fallen

Originally published at REWIND-A-DYNAMITE 7/28/21: Fight for the Fallen - POST Wrestling | WWE NXT AEW NJPW UFC Podcasts, News, Reviews


John Pollock & Wai Ting review AEW Dynamite’s Fight for the Fallen featuring The Elite vs. Dark Order 5-on-5 Elimination Match and a No DQ Match between Chris Jericho and Nick Gage from Charlotte, NC.

Intro & Announcements


  • Nevada issues mask mandate, rising cases
  • Tony Khan asked about CM Punk and Bryan Danielson
  • AEW “The First Dance” at United Center on 8/20
  • NJPW adds matches for 9/4 at MetLife Dome
  • WWE Raw & NXT ratings
  • NXT recap and thoughts

AEW Dynamite Review: Fight for the Fallen took place from the Bojangles Coliseum featuring Nick Gage wrestling on national television against Chris Jericho in a No Disqualification Match. AEW announces The First Dance at The United Center in Chicago, Space Jam invades the 5-on-5 Elimination Match between The Elite and Hangman Page & Dark Order, Hiroshi Tanahashi has an announcement, Cash Wheeler sustains an injury during the tag match with Santana & Ortiz, and Malakai Black attacks Cody Rhodes.

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If you feel old watching 19 year old Julia Hart wrestle, imagine how I felt watching 14 year old Summer McIntosh representing Canada at the Olympics. Pretty sure at that stage of my life I was just trying to figure out how to write a resumé so I could apply for a job as a dishwasher.

Lots of good discussion and funny lines.

The Five Labours of Jericho are to lead to the match with MJF, so he will not be one of the Labours. Two more mystery opponents (and Juvintud) before Jericho can wrestle MJF, likely at All Out.

Leyla Hirsch vs. The Bunny is for a shot at the NWA Women’s Title, not the AEW Women’s Title.

In case you haven’t checked it out, Moxley’s promo was purely about wanting to get back to Japan and sending out contracts to the New Japan office.