AEW WrestleDream 2023 Results

AEW WrestleDream 2023 Results: Winners And Grades

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Ladies and gentlemen, buckle up because the wrestling world just witnessed a seismic shift as Adam “Edge” Copeland, the man known for his Metalingus theme and his iconic Rated R Superstar persona, made a jaw-dropping debut in AEW! It all unfolded following the electrifying main event of WrestleDream, and trust me, it was nothing short of spectacular.

In a twist that had fans on the edge of their seats, Edge swooped in to save Darby Allin from the clutches of the newly-turned-heel, Nick Wayne. But he didn’t come empty-handed; oh no, he brought a steel chair with him, ready to dish out some punishment! The tension was palpable as Edge chased off the heels, leaving fans wondering if he’d unleash his infamous con-chair-to on the legendary Sting. Christian, his longtime compatriot, added another layer of intrigue to the mix.

Speaking of AEW WrestleDream 2023, this event promised to be a testosterone-fueled extravaganza, with an emphasis on the male roster. The card featured MJF defending the ROH Tag Team Championships against The Righteous, promising an epic clash of wits and skills. But that’s not all, folks! The Golden Elite, led by none other than Chris Jericho, took on the formidable Don Callis Family in a showdown that had fans salivating in anticipation.

And let’s not forget the TNT champion, Christian Cage, squaring off against the daredevil himself, Darby Allin. The stakes couldn’t be higher, and you can bet this match had fans buzzing.

But wait, there’s more! AEW teased one of its patented “dream matches,” something wrestling aficionados couldn’t have even dreamt of. Bryan Danielson and Zack Sabre Jr., two masters of their craft, clashed with no build on television. It was a clash of wrestling titans that had the entire Subrettitors community in a frenzy.

Now, let’s talk numbers. AEW Dynamite, the flagship show of All Elite Wrestling, pulled in a whopping 855,000 viewers this week. It’s a testament to the growing popularity of this exciting promotion, and with talents like Edge and the tantalizing matchups on the horizon, you can be sure those numbers are only going up!

AEW WrestleDream 2023 Results | October 1

  • Bryan Danielson def. Zack Sabre Jr.
  • Chris Jericho and The Golden Lovers def. The Don Callis Family
  • Christian Cage def. Darby Allin 2-1 (Two Out of Three Falls Match for the TNT Championship)
  • The Young Bucks def. The Lucha Bros., The Gunns, and Orange Cassidy & Hook
  • Swerve Strickland def. Hangman Page
  • FTR def. Aussie Open (c) (AEW Tag Team Championship)
  • Kris Statlander def. Julia Hart (c) (TBS Championship)
  • MJF def. The Righteous (c) (ROH Tag Team Championship)
  • Eddie Kingston def. Katsuyori Shibata (c) (ROH Championship, NJPW Strong Openweight Championship)
  • Edge debuts and attacks Christian Cage and Luchasaurus

Edge’s debut was the biggest surprise of the night, and it left fans wondering what he’s up to next. Will he be a heel or a face? Will he be involved in the TNT Championship picture? Or will he be pursuing his own goals? Only time will tell.

Overall, AEW WrestleDream 2023 was a great show with some exciting matches and unexpected results. It’s sure to be remembered as one of the biggest events in AEW history.

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