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AEW Dynamite March 15, 2023, Match Card & Preview

The fallout from REVOLUTION 2023 left quite the impression as Mark Briscoe announced the Reach for the Sky Ladder Match at ROH’s SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2023 to crown new ROH World Tag Team Champions, Juice Robinson ruined a celebratory moment for Ricky Starks, The J.A.S. inserted themselves into the World Trios Championship picture, and The Outcasts of Saraya, Ruby Soho, and Toni Storm continued to make life hell for the AEW originals.

On top of that, The BCC made it clear they were not done with The Dark Order, and by proxy Hangman Page, even if Adam thought he was done with Moxley, and Jade Cargill laid down an open challenge for someone in Canada to come try to end her TBS Championship reign and undefeated streak. And it would be remiss not to mention AEW CEO Tony Khan announcing that Orange Cassidy’s All-Atlantic Championship was “leveling up” and being rechristened the AEW International Championship, just in time for him to face Jeff Jarrett!

So REVOLUTION 2023 may still be fresh in the memories of the AEW fans, as well as the competitors in the locker room, but the world doesn’t stop turning, and this Wednesday DYNAMITE comes to Winnipeg for the very first time! The AEW World Trios Championship is at stake when The House of Black defend for the very first time against BOTH The Elite and The J.A.S! Plus, Orange Cassidy defends his newly leveled-up AEW International Championship against Jeff Jarrett, TBS Champion Jade Cargill awaits an answer to her open challenge, and Stu Grayson returns to the fold when Hangman and The Dark Order face The BCC in Trios action! We go LIVE on TBS at 8pm ET/7pm CT, and at for our international audiences, so make sure to surf over to the official AEW YouTube channel for highlights from last week’s editions of DYNAMITE and RAMPAGE, as well as the latest from AEW DARK: ELEVATION, AEW DARK, and this week’s ROAD TO!

It should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed his AEW career that all it took for Chris Jericho to declare The Jericho Appreciation Society as the next contenders for The House of Black’s newly-won AEW World Trios Championship titles was one single win. That’s not to say “The Ocho” isn’t a successful trios competitor, he’s 7-1 in that field, but four of those wins were with Santana & Ortiz, one was with Garcia & Hager, and the sixth was with Minoru Suzuki & Sammy Guevara! That seventh win just took place last Wednesday when, in their first time out as a trio, Jericho, Guevara, and Garcia defeated Top Flight and AR Fox. So one single victory as a trio is all the justification the former AEW World Champion needed to start making grandstand challenges to The House of Black, a trio who have had more victories together (10) than Jericho has had trios matches in his whole AEW career. There’s a noun for that: line jumper; Jericho elevated his trio, in their first match as a unit, above teams with a far stronger trios record, men like The Dark Order (9 straight wins), Dalton Castle & The Boys (7 consecutive AEW wins), or The Hardy Party (also 7 in a row), not to neglect the dethroned Elite. As former champions two times over, as well as the most successful active trio currently in AEW (16-5), Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks are certainly more deserving of a rematch than The J.A.S. is of getting even one title opportunity, and as can be seen in the video embedded above, they let Jericho and his ilk know that.

Thankfully for all parties involved, The House of Black are generous champions, benevolent rulers of the Trios division, and they don’t care if you’re the top unit in the division, or braggadocious egomaniacs demanding something that hasn’t been earned; everyone can walk into The House and experience what being engulfed in that darkness truly means. For Malakai, Brody, Buddy, and Julia, the House has an open door policy apparently, but one that likely has Dante’s “Abandon all hope ye who enter here” quote hanging above the doorway.

It is a brave undertaking by The HoB to be certain, welcoming two teams, six opponents, as challengers in their very first title defense, but there is no place for fear in The House, no place for hesitation or mercy. The House is clearly a place where individuals face their fears head-on, tackle their demons, and turn away no challenge to the Black Throne upon which they sit. Will this be a regret come Thursday morning? Does that notion of regret even exist within the walls of The House of Black? Will they fail on their first outing as the defending champions while bearing witness to the crowning of 3-Time Champions in The Elite or in The J.A.S. usurping the throne in just their second trios match ever?

The champions do not have to be pinned here, they don’t have to submit to their challengers, the titles could simply slip away with The Elite beating The J.A.S. or vice versa. The AEW faithful saw a bit of history last week when the newly-crowned Wardlow lost his TNT Championship on the first defense, will this Wednesday night be a repeat in the Trios division?

First born at FORBIDDEN DOOR when “The Bastard” PAC defeated Malakai Black, Clark Connors, and Miro, the All-Atlantic Championship has only seen two title holders in its existence: PAC and “Freshly Squeezed” Orange Cassidy. “The Bastard” set a high standard right away, making his first three defenses, not just outside of AEW, but outside of the United States. Sheffield, Dublin, and Manchester were the locales that saw the All-Atlantic Championship at stake before anyone in AEW bore witness, then during the ALL OUT 2022: ZERO HOUR, PAC would make his first stateside defense when he bested Kip Sabian. Orange Cassidy got his first shot at the championship during GRAND SLAM 2022 at Arthur Ashe Stadium, but it wasn’t until his second opportunity, one that took place in Toronto, ON, Canada, that he finally claimed his first AEW championship.

To date it is the only All Elite Wrestling championship to change hands outside of the United States, and it marked the beginning of one of the strongest AEW title reigns to date. Second only to Jade Cargill’s TBS Championship run in terms of total defenses, OC has turned away 15 different challengers over the course of 14 successful defenses, a feat made possible by his first two challenges coming in Three Way bouts, with Jay Lethal being the only man to challenge twice. The pace of Cassidy’s championship defenses have outpaced every champion in the history of AEW, even that historic first TNT Championship reign in which Cody Rhodes defended the title eight times over just 91 days (OC marked his 8th defense after only 79 days).

Last Wednesday night, Orange’s victory over Jay Lethal in their second All-Atlantic Championship match would prove to be a monumental occasion for two unexpected reasons. The first came before the All-Atlantic Champion was even able to leave the ring after his triumph as Jeff Jarrett crept up from behind and laid “Freshly Squeezed” low with his signature Stroke maneuver. The second came shortly thereafter and can be seen in the announcement from AEW CEO Tony Khan embedded below:

March 8th marked the final defense of the All-Atlantic Championship as, moving forward, the championship and title shall be known as the AEW International Championship, and the first defense of this “leveled-up” version will take place on March 15th when Jeff Jarrett faces Orange Cassidy one-on-one! This will mark the Hall of Famer’s first singles match since he smashed his way into All Elite Wrestling at the side of Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt, and Satnam Singh, and given his championship track record, it wouldn’t not come as a shock to see Double J walk away as the new International Champion!

Now Jarrett has won over 70 titles over the course of his 36 year career, including 22 singles titles, with his last being the AAA Mega Championship in 2018. He’s got decades over OC in terms of experiences, a willingness to stoop oh so low in order to get what he’s chasing, and the backing of Lethal, Dutt, and Singh to support his championship bid in Winnipeg. And speaking of the city hosting AEW this Wednesday night, it has been rather kind to old Double J; with five matches here over the course of his career, he’s lost only one, and been victorious in two championship matches, one being a Ladder Match against the legendary late Razor Ramon.

Here is the Full Match Card for Tonight’s Watch AEW Dynamite 3/15/2023 Edition:
  • AEW International Championship: Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Jeff Jarrett
  • AEW World Champion MJF’s “Re-Bar Mitzvah” Celebration
  • AEW World Trios Championship Match: House of Black (c) vs. The Elite vs. Jericho Appreciation Society
  • Jade Cargill’s “Canadian Open Challenge” For The TBS Championship
  • We’ll Hear From The Outcasts (Ruby Soho, Toni Storm & Saraya)
  • The Debut of QT Marshall’s “QTV”
  • Hangman Page & Dark Order vs. Blackpool Combat Club


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