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AEW Dynasty 2024 PPV Predictions & Spoilers of Results

Posted by Anthony Mango Monday, January 29, 2024

AEW Dynasty 2024 is scheduled for April 21, 2024 at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Missouri. Follow along here for spoilers and information on the event's card, lineup of matches and news regarding the pay-per-view.

The following are my predictions for the 2024 AEW Dynasty PPV. Check back for Dynasty 2024 results and review coverage here when the time comes.

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Bryan Danielson vs. Will Ospreay

Most likely, this will be a Match of the Year contender. That's all you have to say. It is one of the few matches out there in the wrestling landscape these days that doesn't need any build for it to be worth checking out.

PREDICTION: Will Ospreay wins.

Tournament Final Ladder Match for the Vacated AEW World Tag Team Championship: The Young Bucks vs. FTR

The Young Bucks didn't beat Sting and Darby Allin because Sting going out on top was the right call, so they follow up this tournament with a victory and we end up in the same space as we could have been had they won at Revolution, just without that feel-good moment. Sounds about right.

Plus, are you really going to give the tag titles to FTR knowing Cash Wheeler's whole legal situation?

PREDICTION: The Young Bucks win.

House Rules Match for the TBS Championship: Julia Hart (c) vs. Willow Nightingale

I could see this going both ways, depending on what AEW's priority is. If the game plan is to specifically do Willow against Mercedes Mone for the title, then obviously, Willow needs to win, as it's already been announced Mone will face the winner of this bout at Double or Nothing. However, I could just as easily, if not more, see a scenario where Kris Statlander turns on Willow, costs her the match, and we see those 2 against each other in the meantime, while Mone beats Hart at DON.

At this particular moment, I'm not sure which option I'm leaning more toward.

PREDICTION: 50/50 on the winner.

Trios Match: House of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King & Buddy Matthews) vs. Adam Copeland, Eddie Kingston & Mark Briscoe

This doesn't really mean anything. It's a shame Copeland is already just not going to defend the TNT Championship on this show. Doesn't that defeat the purpose of the open challenge if it's not a weekly thing and the title also isn't defended on pay-per-views?

Honestly, I'd rather just see Copeland against Black for the TNT title. I'm not sure why the others are getting involved in this. But since Kingston and Briscoe will have already had their ROH Supercard of Honor match prior to this, I think the babyface team is losing and House of Black will have a TNT title opportunity coming out of it.

PREDICTION: House of Black wins.

Singles Match for the AEW Women's World Championship: "Timeless" Toni Storm (c) vs. Thunder Rosa

I wasn't interested in it when I was seeing it before. Now that Rosa is less interesting than she was originally, and Storm's act is beyond tired for me, I'm even less interested. Both are talented, but I just do not care—and before anyone complains and says that I'm just being harsh about AEW and/or the women's division, go look on the WWE pages and you'll see that sometimes, that I've said similar things about men's/women's matches in WWE. Sometimes, something just doesn't click for me on a personal level, and the entire women's division in AEW has been like that for years for me.

Storm isn't dropping this belt until Jamie Hayter returns, since Mone is going for the TBS title instead.

PREDICTION: Toni Storm retains, obviously. 100%.

Singles Match for the AEW World Championship: Samoa Joe (c) vs. Swerve Strickland

Last month or so, I didn't think there was much of a chance Samoa Joe was dropping the title until later this year. Now that so much stock has been put into Swerve being a top babyface and the first black AEW world champion, I feel like they pretty much have to go with him, or people will be super upset.

It's far from a guarantee. Sometimes, the good guy just doesn't win. That could be especially true if Adam Page makes his return and screws Swerve over. But if Hangman isn't going to be involved, I don't think we'll see Joe just get a straight-up clean victory over Strickland.

For the most part, I think if this stays an even one-on-one match with no interference, Swerve is walking out with the belt.

PREDICTION: Swerve Strickland wins.

Singles Match for the AEW Continental Championship: Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. Pac

Simply put, there is no way Okada is dropping this title this quickly. It would be insane. They'll have a good match, but Pac is there to be an opponent to put on a fun show, rather than to be a true threat to the championship.

PREDICTION: Kazuchika Okada wins.

Singles Match for the AEW International Championship: Roderick Strong (c) vs. Kyle O'Reilly

This is another match where there isn't too much for me to talk about, and I can essentially just say that I'm looking forward to seeing these two fight, I'm down for either of them to win, and it makes sense for them to be doing this. Thumbs up. Ultimately, Strong retains by proxy of The Undisputed Kingdom interfering.

PREDICTION: Roderick Strong wins.

FTW Rules Match for the FTW Championship: Hook (c) vs. Chris Jericho

For this story to progress, Jericho needs to "prove" that Hook isn't as good as he thinks he is. He has to win the FTW Championship and eventually lose it back to Hook. I'm more interested in that scenario than if Hook had become an underling, so this whole Learning Tree and Rarified Air of Jericho and The Jericho Vortex trademarking stuff might still come into play with some others getting involved and costing Hook the match, or it could just be Jericho preemptively trademarking what he thinks will catch on from that one promo. In any fashion, I don't think Hook walks out with the title.

PREDICTION: Chris Jericho wins.

Winners Take All Match for the AEW Trios Championship and ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championship: The Acclaimed (c) vs. Bullet Club Gold (c)

I'm down to just get rid of the ROH belts. Maybe this is the way to do it. The Acclaimed have become stale, so while Bullet Club Gold isn't an act that I'm feeling "give me more" about, it's still the better option from my perspective.

PREDICTION: Bullet Club Gold wins.

This page will be altered on a regular basis to reflect changes to the show including any new matches added to the lineup, adjustments to the card, revised predictions and any other information about this event. Stay tuned for the latest updates!



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