AEW Dynamite: Fallout From All Out Preview and Predictions

Jon Moxley faces PAC on the Oct. 23, 2019 episode of AEW Dynamite. Photo: Lee South/AEW
Jon Moxley faces PAC on the Oct. 23, 2019 episode of AEW Dynamite. Photo: Lee South/AEW /

AEW Dynamite is live this Wednesday from Cincinnati, the hometown of the one and only, Jon Moxley.

Moxley will be on the card and most likely involved in the main event as “The Forbidden Door” is opening again and through it will step Japanese legend, Minoru Suzuki. We will also most likely see the Dynamite debuts of all three of the free-agent signings that made their first AEW appearance at All Out: Ruby Soho, Adam Cole, and Bryan Danielson.

Both Cole and Danielson will most likely speak, filling us in further on what they plan to accomplish now that they have joined All Elite Wrestling.

Malakai Black is also scheduled to compete against another member of the Nightmare Family when he goes toe to toe with “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes.

Coming off their match of the year front runner, what is next for the new AEW Tag Team Champions, the Lucha Bros? And after their back and forth affair at All Out that seemed to end with nothing but mutual respect, what is next for CM Punk and Darby Allin?

All of these questions and more will be answered and more in the upcoming episode of AEW Dynamite.

What can we expect from the announced matches and all the new arrivals on this week’s AEW Dynamite?

Malakai Black vs Dustin Rhodes

Malakai Black will look to continue his torrid run through the Nightmare Family when he goes one-on-one with Dustin Rhodes.

This will be the best match yet for Black in AEW.

Even at his advanced age, Dustin can still really go inside the ring. Add in the story being told of him trying to get retribution for multiple members of the Nightmare Family and Black’s ability to deliver in the ring both physically and psychologically and this should be a really entertaining match.

As good of a match as it may be, the outcome is a foregone conclusion. Black has no shot of losing to any member of the Nightmare Family not named Cody Rhodes.

Black will be pushed harder than he has at any point in his brief AEW career, but he will eventually earn the victory with a well-placed kick to the chin. Winner: Malakai Black

Ruby Soho Speaks

Ruby Soho, fresh off her victory in the Casino Battle Royale at All Out, will make her AEW Dynamite debut. Soho will most likely have her first interaction with Britt Baker, though it will be at a distance.

Baker will most likely talk down to Soho while standing behind Jamie Hayter and Rebel, making sure Soho can’t turn things physical.

As good as Soho is, I don’t see her taking the title off of Baker. The doctor is on fire in the women’s division right now and having her lose the title so quickly would halt that momentum.

Soho was the right choice to win the Casino Battle Royale, as she’s one of the most polished performers on the AEW women’s division roster and will have an amazing match with Baker when they finally lock horns.

When Baker does drop the title, it needs to be to Thunder Rosa. But expect Baker and Rosa to feud with others until finally squaring off near the end of 2021.

Darby Allin in action

While nothing has been announced as of now about Darby Allin competing on Dynamite this week it would be a smart move.

Even though it was a great match, Allin lost to CM Punk at All Out. The show of mutual respect at the end of the match seemed to indicate it will be a one-and-done situation between Darby and Punk. While Punk will have a number of challengers lining up to try to take a shot at him, there is not clear program awaiting Allin.

That being said it is important to get Allin back in the win column as quickly as possible to start to rebuild the momentum he had been enjoying before taking the loss to Punk.

Jon Moxley vs Minoru Suzuki

In what should be an extremely physical battle to main event Dynamite, Jon Moxley will look to score a victory in his hometown when he takes on New Japan Pro Wrestling legend, Minoru Suzuki.

For those unfamiliar with Minoru Suzuki, he is just as violent and crazy as he looks, which by all accounts makes him a very fitting opponent for Moxley.

Fresh off of his win against Satoshi Kojima at All Out, Moxley seems to be keeping that “Forbidden Door” cracked and just waiting to see who may step through it next. One can only wonder how long it will be before we see Kota Ibushi or Kazuchika Okada stepping through to further test Mox.

But for now, it is Suzuki. And as long as this match is taking place in an AEW ring and on an AEW program, you can bet the AEW talent is going to get the win.

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This is going to be a tough, physical match. But when the dust settles it will be Mox that is celebrating with his hometown crowd. Winner: Jon Moxley