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Bryan Danielson and MJF head out to the Iron Man match at Revolution


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If the American Dragons can go undefeated over the next month or so, then that’s it.

The opponent AEW booked for Aberdeen, Washington’s Bryan Danielson making his Seattle debut, could be a little underwhelming (sorry, Tony Ness Stans). But we all knew where this was going, even before Tony Khan announced world champion Maxwell Jacob Friedman was contractually obligated to appear on January 4. dynamite.

After Nese’s short work, the American Dragons called out MJF. The promotional duel that followed was all over the place — mom jokes here, Jim Cornette’s name is there.

In the end, he created a story we’ve seen Friedman at the center of before. If Danielson wanted a shot at the big Burberry belt, he’d have to rise to the challenge. Brian Mel called Maxx to pull off this very trick and suggested a twist.

If he can hold on to winning, he’ll be fighting for the title at Revolution on March 5th. And Danielson baits him into agreeing to his own terms. It would be something where Max couldn’t rule himself out, and would actually have to wrestle – a 60-Minute Iron Man match.

It looks like Max will still pick Brian’s opponents, but he doesn’t give each of them an individual stipulation. One thing he was clear about was mocking what had become a cliche for Danielson… his inability to win the major title in AEW.

Will they also challenge that prediction in san francisco at Revolution?

We’ll find out in March. Until then, get full scores and coverage of everything from tonight’s episode on dynamite here.




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