Two days ago I saw news that Kris Statlander may have the flu and therefore is questionable for tonight's PPV event. So we will have to wait and see what happens as far as the Women's Title Match tonight. click here
PAC vs Orange Cassidy
I'm going to keep this short and to the point even if Orange can go in the ring unless this is going to lead to PAC going absolutely nuts then there is no contest who needs the win here. Cassidy is an unproven in ring competitor on this level and needs to compete more before he is on PAC's level. PAC wins tonight there is no other way to go with it without risking PAC's credibility in the main event.
Darby Allin vs. Sammy Guevara
In what could be one of the more underrated matches of the night two future stars get there chance to shine on PPV tonight. Solid premise to the feud and I'v enjoyed the build-up since Darby returned as it's made the feud unique. Tonight though Darby needs the victory to get some measure of revenge against Sammy even if it is the start of something bigger. Darby still needs the victory to have some positive momentum.
Dustin Rhodes vs Jake Hager
It was great booking heading into this match that Dustin has been winning, because it makes him all the more credible and ready to take a loss tonight. I will keep this very short it will be a solid match, but Jake Hager will win the match no doubt about that.
AEW Tag Team Championship Match:
(c) Kenny Omega & Hangman Page vs Young Bucks
On a normal show this would be a match of the night contender, but there is no way this match will overshadow the other matches that have been given top billing on the show tonight. It has been interesting development seeing Omega and Page win the titles and wondering how this will end up, and I think tonight will be the next wrinkle to the feud. I see Page & Omega winning, but Page will cheat to win as a way to continue the feud with the Bucks and raise questions of his standing in The Elite which will make things weird for Omega. Either way Page & Omega retain tonight setting up the bigger picture.
Cody vs MJF w/ Wardlow
Since November this has been one of the most talked about feuds in all of wrestling and with taking the booking into account since the start it's not hard to see exactly why that is the case. I've enjoyed some parts of the build up a little more then others, but either way this feud has brought the word intensity back to wrestling. In my opinion, tonight is the first battle in what could be a very long war between Cody & MJF. I think the winner of this match will directly effect who wins the main event and with that being said Cody gets the win.
AEW World Championship Match:
(c) Chris Jericho vs Jon Moxley
Another highly anticipated match-up that has made this card one of the biggest shows in AEW history. For months Moxley has been doing one thing and that's causing havoc on Dynamite and after turning down the Inner Circle he became public enemy number one. The Inner Circle spiked Moxley in the eye partially blinding the number one contender and throwing an unexpected twist into the mix. Jericho has been champion since August of last year after he defeated Page at All Out to be crowned champion and at this point I'm sure some fans might think it's time for a switch. In my opinion, there is no need for a switch now and you can keep this feud going and make the switch in the future. Jericho will retain the World Championship tonight in a cheap manner to Moxley in the picture, but Jericho will keep his gold and the power.