AEW is airing a special Title Tuesday edition of AEW Dynamite from the Cable Dahmer Arena in Independence, Missouri. The show features the in-ring debut of Adam Copeland, two title defenses, and Christian Cage explaining his actions against Copeland. The Timeless Toni Storm and AEW World Champion MJF will also be on the show. Tony Khan has also announced that Eddie Kingston will defend the ROH World Championship against Minoru Suzuki on a buy in at 7:30 p.m. EST. The match will air on AEW’s socials.
Adam Copeland vs. Luchasaurus
Since Adam Copeland’s arrival in AEW he’s been feuding with his best friend, Christian, as well as Luchasaurus, and Nick Wayne. Copeland has a large (literally) hill to climb in his debut match with Luchasaurus to get to Cage in the coming months.
AEW International Championship: Rey Fenix (c) vs. Jon Moxley
Fenix beat Moxley for the International championship a few weeks ago, a rematch has been set. Fenix has been fighting through his title defenses injured, especially seen on Dynamite last week against Nick Jackson. Will Moxley using the vulnerabilities to his advantage to reclaim the belt prove successful or will Fenix prove why he’s a fighting champion?
AEW Women’s World Championship: Saraya (c) vs. Hikaru Shida
Since winning the Women’s World Championship at AEW All In Saraya has defended her title exactly one time — against former Outcasts member Toni Storm last month. She will now face one of the other women involved in that four-way match, former two-time AEW Women’s World Champion looking to become the first three time champion. With Ruby Soho banned from ringside, it eliminates the opportunity for Saraya to pull out a cheat win.
#1 Contender for TNT Championship: Swerve Strickland vs. Bryan Danielson
Both Strickland and Danielson are coming off big wins against Adam Page and Zack Sabre Jr. and Danielson has even more momentum coming out of his match at Collision against Aussie Open’s Kyle Fletcher. With the next world title feud lined up, it’s not difficult to assume that Swerve probably picks up the win here with his big push into top guy status. A clean win against Danielson is certainly a start.
Jay White vs. Hangman Adam Page
Jay White and Hangman Adam Page’s long-tethered history began in New Japan Pro Wrestling. While the Bullet Club was in the midst of another feud with CHAOS, Jay White found himself in the middle of it as he defended the IWGP United States Championship against Adam Page at Strong Evolved 2018. Both men were trying to prove just why they’d be future stars, and it set the course making an early case for Hangman Adam Page as a future top babyface. Page was in the biggest match of his career up until that point and White was hungry to prove why he was a credible champion. They met a few months later at the G1 Climax and both men came out of it looking the best that they had at the time, especially Page who famously countered the Blade Runner by spitting in White’s face.
Heading into their third match, both men have been at the top of divisions all over the world — so who will come out on top? Page was defeated by Swerve at WrestleDream but outside of his big win over Moxley at AEW Revolution earlier this year he hasn’t been part of a big singles feud that really showcases what he can do as he’s been mostly spinning his wheels in trios with The Elite. As for White, his arrival in AEW started off a bit rocky but ever since Bullet Club Gold gathered their bearings in the company with the introduction of The Gunns, it’s been full send ever since. Outside of the group taking over the men’s division, White has had great singles matches against Andrade El Idolo, Dax Harwood, and Ricky Starks. White is the next challenger for MJF’s title but will that cost him this match or will White continue his ascent to the top?
Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Chris Jericho
Jericho is out for revenge after Hobbs blindsided Jericho and Kenny Omega last week, beating them up in the ring and aligning himself with The Don Callis Family.
AEW Dynamite airs tonight at 8 p.m. ET on TBS.