AEW Dynamite results: Kenny Omega & Young Bucks win Trios Tournament semi-final

Last night's (August 31) episode of AEW Dynamite was one of a thrilling nature as the promotion continues to build up the drama for the AEW All Out pay-per-view on Sunday (September 4).

Following his victory last week, Undisputed AEW World Champion Jon Moxley returned to address the crowd while Bryan Danielson went head-to-head against Jake Hager ahead of his battle with Chris Jericho on Sunday night.

In the headliner of Dynamite, Will Ospreay and Aussie Open took on Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks in the first semi-final match of the AEW World Trios Championship tournament.

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Undisputed AEW World Champion Jon Moxley returns

Fresh off his championship victory over CM Punk last week, Jon Moxley entered the Chicago arena to mixed reactions as he proceeded to insult Punk, calling him a man with a fragile ego, a fragile body and a weak mind.

The champion signed an open contract for a title fight at All Out and teased that his opponent may be from outside the organisation.

In a final message, Moxley let his opponent know that he can out-marathon them, out-sprint them, out-fight them, and out-wrestle them.

Bryan Danielson v Jake Hager

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In what was a violent contest, Hager sent through Danielson through a table with a spinebuster then crashing him into the ring post.

Danielson, a wily veteran, managed to find a second wind as he caught Hager in a submission, as he locked in the LeBell Lock.

Hager found a way out, but not for long, as Danielson caught him with the Running Knee which was enough for the three count.

Winner: Bryan Danielson

Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter vs. Toni Storm & Hikaru Shida

A major women's tag team match was on the bill as Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter started off the stronger duo.

Hayter hit Hikaru Shida with a double suplex before Baker struck her with a superkick.

Toni Storm played a major role in the outcome of the match as she hit the Hip Attack inside the ring on Hayter which allowed Shida to nail a huge knee to Hayter's face for the win.

Winners: Toni Storm & Hikaru Shida

FTR & Wardlow vs. Silas Young, Ren Jones, & Vic Capri

Wardlow began on the offensive, landing a lariat to Ren Jones, before Cash Wheeler hit a back elbow and snap suplex.

Vic Capri made himself known in the match but was quickly cleaned out by a Big Rig as Wardlow tagged in and struck him with a Powerbomb to leave Chicago victorious.

Winners: FTR & Wardlow

Dante Martin vs. Rey Fenix vs. Rush vs. Wheeler Yuta

The fatal-four-way lived up to the billing, as the match began at full throttle with all four men performing their high-flying duties.

Rush looked set to earn the victory after hitting Wheeler Yuta with a straightjacket piledriver, but the latter kicked out.

Ray Fenix sent Rush out the ring but his momentum was short-lived as he was dropped to the canvas by Dante Martin.

The match culminated with Yuta connecting with an arm drag on Martin and securing the victory with a seatbelt pinfall.

Winner: Wheeler Yuta

Will Ospreay & Aussie Open vs. Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks (AEW Trios Tournament semi-final)

Will Ospreay immediately collided with Kenny Omega and began to dominate Omega before The Young Bucks ( Matt & Nick Jackson) pulled him off and then sent Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis) to the canvas.

Ospreay began targeting Omega's injured ribs, landing forearms to the taped area.

Omega managed to recover as he landed a knee strike to Ospreay before he nailed the V-Trigger on Fletcher, earning he and The Young Bucks the victory in an enthralling tag-team battle.

Winners: Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks


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