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AEW Dynamite Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from November 24 | Bleacher Report



AEW Dynamite Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from November 24 | Bleacher Report

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    For an entire generation, pro wrestling and Thanksgiving went hand-in-hand and Wednesday night on TNT, All Elite Wrestling celebrated that relationship with a special episode of Dynamite.

    Headlined by a blockbuster eight-man tag team match intersecting three intensely personal rivalries, the show continued the Full Gear fallout while setting the table for several top feuds and stars for the remainder of the year.

    Was Bryan Danielson able to make good on his promise to kick the head in of Colt Cabana in front of his hometown fans in Chicago? Speaking of the Second City, how did its favorite son, CM Punk, fare when he battled QT Marshall?

    Find out the answer to those questions and more with this recap of the Thanksgiving Eve broadcast.

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    CM Punk hit the ring to a monstrous ovation from his hometown fans in Chicago to kick off the show. MJF interrupted, though, making his way to the ring to address the man who blatantly disrespected him a week ago.

    The young heel took a shot at the pipebomb promo and said Punk looked like a “crack addict” despite being straight edge. He took exception to Punk ignoring him, refusing to bring him when he spoke of dream matches, and vowed to “drop nukes” instead of pipebombs. 

    “I’m in your head. Probably has something to do with the fact that you’ve got a poster of me on your wall,” Punk said of his disappointment in MJF. “I shut up the great MJF without saying a word.” He continued, “you think you’re someone when in reality, he’s just a less-famous Miz.”

    MJF called Punk “nostalgia,” accused him of kissing ass and asked, “what happened to the guy I grew up on because you might as well come out here preaching ‘hustle, loyalty and respect.'”

    The heel cut a scathing promo, dropping references to John Cena and Triple H while insisting that Punk was always second place. 

    Punk responded, saying him choosing to face Darby Allin ate MJF up. In fact, he’s no longer the most powerful of the four pillars. MJF has been replaced by Britt Baker and he doesn’t even know it. “The only way you’re going to be No. 1 is if we all wait around long enough for Tony to have a daughter for you to marry,” he said.

    Before things could turn physical, MJF baled out of the ring, choosing to fight another day. 






    Take two of the most engaging talkers in recent wrestling history, give them microphones and let them captivate for 20 minutes. It was a recipe that worked extremely well here in the opening segment, thanks to two polar opposite performers.

    Every time MJF thought he had a zinger to wound Punk with, the babyface answered with something equally or more cutting. It was a great back-and-forth promo battle. The minute it threatened to turn violent, MJF baled. Conveniently enough, thanks to the lack of backup, something Punk criticized him for over the course of the promo battle.

    Their eventual match is going to be absolute money and segments like these are the reason.

    An absolutely fire way to kick off the show and the best promo we have heard out of Punk thus far in his AEW run.

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    CM Punk looked to make it 2-0 as he battled QT Marshall, moments after a verbal evisceration of MJF. He dominated early and often, even outsmarting his opponent enough to get The Factory’s Aaron Solow and Nick Comoroto ejected from ringside.

    During the break, Marshall turned the tide in his favor, delivering a Liger Bomb for a close near-fall. Back from the timeout, he taunted the Chicago fans, drawing a chorus of boos but also taking his eye off his opponent.

    Punk answered with a kick that flattened Marshall. The corner knee, top-rope elbow and Go To Sleep followed as the hometown hero rolled to victory.



    Punk defeated Marshall






    The match was solid, is unspectacular, but continued Punk’s win streak in AEW.

    Marshall is great at inciting a reaction, which we saw with his antics here. The crowd got even more behind Punk and fueled him to victory.

    It was interesting to hear the commentary team, on more than one occasion, sum up Punk’s run thus far with “yeah but…he’s undefeated.” It will be interesting to see if it becomes part of the narrative that Punk has lost a step. Might we be seeing the tale of Old Man Punk playing out before our very eyes?

    And if so, how will MJF play into it? Might he deal him his first loss in AEW?

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    The undefeated Gunn Club (Billy and Colton Gunn) looked to enhance their win-loss record as they battled Bear Country’s.

    The Gunns attacked the opposition prior to the bell and sent Bear Boulder into the ring steps, aggravating an arm injury that previously kept him out of action. With Bear Bronson left to go it alone, he succumbed to Austin Gunn tripping him up and Colton putting him away with the Colt 45.

    After the match, Sting and Darby Allin made their presence felt after enduring a beatdown at the hands of the victors Friday night on Rampage. The babyfaces cleared their new rivals from the squared circle and stood tall to close out the segment.



    Gunn Club defeated Allin and Sting






    Maybe it is because Gunn Club had been relegated primarily to Dark and Dark Elevation but this feels like a step back for Allin and Sting. 

    Sure, the argument could be made that AEW is hoping to elevate Austin and Colton Gunn by way of this program and that would be a perfectly valid response. Still, one cannot help but think there are better options available than taking two second-generation stars from zero to 60 when they are still in the midst of learning their craft.

    If there is a positive, it is that the inevitable blow-off match between the teams will not ask Sting and Billy Gunn to take too many risks or stress their bodies.

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    Earlier today, Dante Martin stunned the world by signing to join Team Taz, leaving Lio Rush speechless and dismayed.

    The TBS Championship Tournament continued with Jamie Hayter (accompanied by Rebel and AEW women’s champion Dr. Britt Baker DMD) battling Thunder Rosa.

    Intense physicality dominated the opening moments of the match as the competitors relentlessly unloaded on each other, holding nothing back even as the fight spilled to the floor. Back inside, Hayer unloaded on her opponent, only to find herself on the receiving end of a barrage of strikes.

    The face-painted phenomenon dominated the action on the floor until diving off the apron, directly into the arms of her opponent. Hayter drove her into the ring post heading into the commercial break.

    The Brit dominated throughout the commercial but the fiery Rosa mounted a comeback and appeared to be on her way to victory. Hayter halted her momentum. When Rosa recovered and applied the Peruvian Necktie, Baker interfered. A superkick backfired, though, as the good doctor rocked Hayter, allowing Rosa to out-wrestle her moments later for the pinfall victory.

    After the match, Baker and Rebel tried to console Hayter, only for her to brush them off and leave the ring on her own.



    Rosa defeated Hayter






    Rosa and Hayter wrestled a hell of a match that had the fans in Chicago splitting their allegiances between the two competitors. While the finish was necessary to create the dissension we saw after the bell, it was the only negative of the entire bout as the disjointedness of it threatened the overall quality.

    The aforementioned dissension is interesting in that it sets Hayter up to be a potential challenger to Baker down the line. The British-born competitor has grown and evolved as a wrestler every time she has been in the ring, culminating with the performance we saw here tonight.

    If she can continue winning fans over based on the in-ring intensity she brings to her performances, Hayter may be the best option to dethrone Baker as champion that AEW has. As history tells us, sometimes it is the performer you least expect that comes from out of nowhere to leave a lasting impression.

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    During a special backstage Friendsgiving segment, Tony Schiavone revealed to Britt Baker that Riho was never really eliminated from the Casino Battle Royale at All Out and as a result, Tony Khan has awarded her a Black Friday Deal match. A win by the inaugural women’s champion will get her a shot at the doctor’s title.

    Back in the arena, Chicago’s own Colt Cabana battled No. 1 contender Bryan Danielson in singles competition.

    Determined and pissed off, Danielson overwhelmed Cabana in a stiff, hard-hitting wrestling match that culminated with him stomping Cabana’s face in, then applying the LeBell Lock for the submission win. Danielson pointed out a tooth lying on the mat before celebrating. Schiavone said he would be heading to the ring during the break to talk to the victor.

    Back from the commercial, Danielson questioned if the reaction he got tonight from the Chicago fans is different because of him or because of the fans. He vowed to kick another Dark Order member’s head in on next week’s show from Atlanta before bringing up Hangman Page.

    The AEW world champion entered the arena to a big pop, confronting his top contender. Page offered to defend the title right here, right now.

    “Of course you would offer after I’ve already wrestled.”

    Page offered Danielson the first shot in a fight between them. “Don’t you insult me like that,” Danielson said before slapping the champion. A tense exchange gave way to an attempted Buckshot by the champ but Bryan escaped to the floor.



    Danielson defeated Cabana






    Heel Danielson is the best. 

    He was unabashedly joyful as he punished Cabana before defeating him in a decisive, undisputed fashion. He bullied Cabana, then talked a big game but backed down when Page offered to fight him for the second week in a row. Like any great heel, he begged off when faced with a fight he didn’t have the upper-hand in.

    Bringing back “fickle” after using it so extensively during his run as The Planet’s Champion in WWE was great and absolutely fit the situation given how quickly the fans turned on him when he began showing the slightest bit of attitude.

    Danielson’s work as a heel has been nothing short of extraordinary. He will make the perfect first opponent for a guy in Page that is still very early in his title reign and looking to define what that run is going to look like. The match(es) will be awesome and Danielson will do everything in his power to solidify Hangman as the star of the company.

    Whether Tony Khan can resist the urge to put the title on The American Dragon as his heel persona evolves is the real question.

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    The unlikely team of Cody Rhodes and Death Triangle’s Lucha Bros and Pac battled Malakai Black, FTR and Andrade El Idolo in a blockbuster eight-man tag team match at the top of Wednesday’s card.

    Early on, Rhodes threw his weight belt into the audience, only to have the Chicago faithful toss it back in clear defiance of his pandering. Death Triangle dominated the opposition early until Rhodes tagged himself in. It immediately backfired as the heels isolated him and beat the hell out of him in their corner.

    A desperation tag to Fenix allowed the fan-favorites to regain the upper hand. The heels dominated throughout the commercial break but overconfidence on the part of FTR’s Cash Wheeler allowed Fenix to create separation and make the tag to Penta El Zero Miedo.

    Pac followed, laying waste to all four members of the opposing team, then wiped them out with a plancha. The action broke down, each competitor delivering signature offense in search of victory. An errant superkick from Rhodes to Pac allowed El Idolo to drop the hammer on The American Nightmare.

    With all eight competitors down, Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard came face-to-face in the center of the ring. El Idolo’s second, Jose, attempted to get involved but was taken down by Anderson. FTR joined Blanchard but Fenix wiped the AAA tag champs out. Lucha Bros ridded the squared circle of their rivals, Black sprayed mist in the face of Pac and El Idolo scored the pinfall victory.



    El Idolo, FTR and Black defeated Rhodes and Death Triangle






    All AEW had to do with this one was let the eight men involved go to the ring and tear it up. That is exactly what happened. There was no feeling-out process or attempt at chain-wrestling. This was a balls-to-the-wall, high-energy multi-man tag team match that had the fans on the edge of their seats throughout.

    Or, in one instance, throwing a weightlifting belt back into the ring.

    The heels winning was the right call, especially as Black and El Idolo recover from a puzzling loss at Full Gear. Black spraying mist in the eyes of Pac essentially sets them up for a match at some point in the near-future and fans should absolutely be excited about the prospects of that showdown based on the talent involved.

    One thing this match did really well was not put Rhodes in a position to have the overwhelmingly negative reaction that greeted him adversely affect the quality of the match. He was used sparingly, entering and exiting in bursts. It was absolutely the right call as fans continue to reject the character, even as the performer himself refuses to turn heel.

    That decision will, and should, be revisited as things continue to snowball.


Sikkim State Lottery Best SOFT morning results




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Sikkim’s ‘Dear Gentle Morning’ lottery is a popular weekly lottery. The face value of the ticket is ₹6. The first prize is ₹50 lakhs. The second prize is ₹9,000. The third prize is 500, the 4th prize is ₹250 and the 5th prize is 120 and will be given to the holders of tickets with matching serial numbers.

In addition to these prizes, there is a consolation prize of 1,000. The draw of the weekly ‘Dear Gentle Morning’ lottery on Saturday will be announced at 11:55 AM.

Sikkim state lottery results for December 5, 2021

The latest Sikkim Lottery results for today have been updated on the official website which is

The seven weekly competitions organized by Sikkim Lottery are:

Sikkim Lottery – ‘Dear Loving Morning’ – It is held every Monday morning and the results are announced at 11:55am. The value of the first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

Sikkim Lottery – ‘Best Sincere Morning’ – It is held every Tuesday morning and the results are announced at 11:55 AM. The value of the first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

Sikkim Lottery – ‘Dear Faithful Morning’ – It is held every Wednesday morning and the results are announced at 11:55am. The value of the first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

Sikkim Lottery – ‘Dear Kind Morning’ – It is held every Thursday morning and the results are announced at 11:55am. The value of the first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

Sikkim Lottery – ‘Dear Tender Morning’ – It is held every Friday morning and the results are announced at 11:55am. The value of the first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

Sikkim Lottery – ‘Dear Gentle Morning’ – It is held every Saturday morning and the results are announced at 11:55am. The value of the first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

Sikkim Lottery – ‘Best Affectionate Morning’ – It is held every Sunday morning and the results will be announced at 11:55 AM. The value of the first prize is ₹50 Lakh

The prize structure of the Sikkim State Lottery Sambad

The cost of one ticket is 6. The winner of the first prize can claim ₹50 lakhs. The second prize holder can claim 9,000, the third prize holder can claim 500, while the 4th prize holder can claim ₹250. There is also the 5th prize, where the winner can claim an amount of 120. a consolation prize of ₹1000 given to multiple participants. The latest Sikkim Lottery results for today have been updated at 11:55 am on the official website which is

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Ollie Robinson inspired by Flintoff’s Ashes tourists, but with a different result




Ollie Robinson inspired by Flintoff's Ashes tourists, but with a different result
Ollie Robinson is inspired by memories of watching the Ashes from the stands (Nigel French/PA) (PA Wire)

Ollie Robinson is inspired by memories of watching the Ashes from the stands (Nigel French/PA) (PA Wire)

Ollie Robinson caught the Ashes bug after Andrew Flintoff’s England team around Australia as a teenager, but is convinced that he can deliver a different result this time.

Robinson, who is inked to take the field in the series opener in Brisbane on Wednesday, took an extended Christmas break from his private school Canterbury to travel Down Under for the 2006-07 game.

A 5-0 whitewash may not have been the score he hoped for, but the journey proved a formative experience for young Robinson, who was particularly drawn to Flintoff’s combative style.

Andrew Flintoff was an inspiration to the teenage Robinson (Gareth Copley/PA) (PA Archive)

Andrew Flintoff was an inspiration to the teenage Robinson (Gareth Copley/PA) (PA Archive)

Fifteen years later, he will be the man in the middle at The Gabba and is optimistic about the prospects of getting the urn back.

“I haven’t been here to play before, but I saw the test match here when I was 13,” he said.

“That was quite special and I was lucky to be here. There were moments in that series that I remember, I think ‘Freddie’ got 80 one day (in Sydney) and I remember thinking he was just taking it to the Aussies.

“Growing up, that’s what I wanted to do and how I wanted to play my cricket. It’s really inspiring to see that as a youngster and now hopefully try to emulate how Flintoff and other players did. I feel like we’re definitely the underdogs, but we can take the urn home.”

Though a five-cap rookie, Robinson has already proved his quality with 28 wickets at an average of 19.60 and also showed in a highly charged run against India this summer that he is no shrinking fiddle on the international stage.

He was happy to exchange a few words with Virat Kohli’s men and it looks like he won’t back down in the coming weeks either.

“I don’t think, as a person, I could keep my head down if I tried,” he explained.

“They are just home fans here too, so we have to be prepared for them to come at us hard and the challenge will be tough.

“I’m definitely going to try and get under their skin and kind of upset them, basically batters and bowlers. If I can get them out of their rhythm we’ll be winning, so it’s something you’ll definitely see and hopefully we’ll come out on top.”

I’m definitely going to try to get under their skin and shake them up a bit. The Aussie chat is pretty atrocious.

Asked about the attention he expected in return, he was no longer conciliatory.

“The Aussie chat is pretty awful if I’m honest,” he added.

Both teams have had little meaningful training, with continued rain in Queensland reducing the warm-up schedule to a few chaotic sessions rather than the scheduled multi-day matches.

But while England have had a typically busy year of test cricket at home and abroad, Australia have not put on their Baggy Greens since their defeat at home to India in January. With their multi-format players also arriving at the last possible moment due to their win at the recent T20 World Cup, Robinson believes England have their noses up for when it comes to preparedness.

“Obviously it wasn’t ideal preparation, it was tough, but as a group we feel like we made it with what we were given,” he said.

“We feel in a good place and we have an edge over the Aussies, which is the most important. They were at the World Cup (final) and in quarantine so they are probably a few weeks behind us. We feel we have a good job in us since we’ve been here and hopefully that will give us an edge in the first test. ”

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West Bengal State Lottery Dear BANGASREE ICHAMATIA




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West Bengal Lottery Sambad ‘Dear Bangasree Ichamati’ is a popular weekly lottery held on Sundays. The cost of a one-way ticket is ₹6. The first prize is ₹50 lakhs. The consolation prize is ₹1,000 awarded to multiple valid ticket holders. The second prize is ₹9,000. The third prize is ₹500 for multiple winners, while the 4th prize of ₹250 will be awarded to several eligible winners. The 5th prize of ₹120 is given to many lottery holders with matching serial numbers. The lottery results will be announced at 4 p.m.

On Sunday the lottery “Dear Bangasree Ichamati” takes place. The highest prize won in the Sambad Sunday lottery is ₹50 lakhs. The second prize is 9000. The third prize is ₹500 and the fourth prize is 250. The fifth prize is 120, and there is also a consolation prize of ₹1000. The results of West Bengal State Lottery Sambad “Dear Bangasree Ichamati” are announced every Sunday at 4 p.m. The West Bengal Lottery systems have their official website where they announce the results. West Bengal Sambad Lotteries latest result for November 14, 2021, will be updated at 4pm on the official website which is

Best Bangasree Ichamati Lottery Sambad Results | 5th of December

The state lottery of West Bengal has 7 weekly matches in the afternoon. These games are listed below-

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangalakshmi Teesta” – It will be conducted on Monday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangalakshmi Torsha” – It will be conducted on Tuesday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangalakshmi Raidak” – It will be conducted on Wednesday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangabhumi Bhagirathi” – It will be conducted on Thursday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangabhumi Ajay” – It will be conducted on Friday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangasree Damodar” – It will be conducted on Saturday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

West Bengal State Lottery: “Dear Bangasree Ichamati” – It will be conducted on Sunday afternoon and the results will be announced at 4pm. The first prize is ₹50 Lakh.

Lottery Sambad Results: Important Things to Remember

If your ticket is equal to the winning number, you must be present at the West Bengal Gazette office to claim the prize. The number and lottery are only valid for 30 days from the date of declaration of the West Bengal state lottery day declaration. The number and ticket are checked for authenticity. After the complete process, one can take home the winning amount. The lottery and processing office is located in the State Lottery Department of West Bengal. After verification, the amount will be received net of taxes.

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