Two six-man tag matches added to 8/25 AEW Dynamite

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Two matches added to this week’s Dynamite.

The 8/25 edition of AEW Dynamite is taking place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and two six-man tag matches have been added to the lineup.

The trio of Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston and Darby Allin are teaming up once again to take on The Wingmen (Cezar Bononi, Ryan Nemeth & JD Drake). In addition to that, QT Marshall and The Factory (Aaron Solo & Nick Comoroto) are going to meet Gunn Club (Billy, Austin & Colten Gunn). Paul Wight will be the special guest commentator ahead of he and QT’s match at All Out.

As announced on #AEWDark, the #GunnClub (@RealBillyGunn/@coltengunn/@theaustingunn) will battle #TheFactory (@realmmarshall1/@Mr_Freakbeast/@aaronsolow) TOMORROW NIGHT on #AEWDynamite at 8/7c LIVE on @tntdrama + @PaulWight will be a special guest commentator to keep an eye on QT!

— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) August 24, 2021

Dynamite is also going to feature the following matches and segments:

  • Malakai Black vs. Brock Anderson
  • Tag Team Eliminator Tournament Match: Lucha Brothers (Penta El Zero M & Rey Fenix) vs. Varsity Blonds (Brian Pillman Jr. & Griff Garrison)
  • Orange Cassidy vs. Matt Hardy
  • CM Punk’s Dynamite debut
  • Jamie Hayter vs. Red Velvet

Loving the recent consistent additions of “Trios Matches” every week.

If done correctly - a Trios Division, with a Championship, could be something really unique to AEW in terms of mainstream American TV wrestling. Would be a fun sure-thing for non-stop action, much like WCW’s Cruiserweight division.

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I agree, when AEW first started out I actually thought it would have been cool to have trios instead of tags. I was burned out by WWE tag matches and I loved how they did it in Lucha Underground with the trios titles.

But now, with AEW having maybe the best tag division of all time and so much roster depth, I actually think the trios would be a fun idea.

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