Chris Jericho’s mystery tag partners revealed for AEW on TNT premiere

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

It was announced on the Countdown to AEW Dynamite special on TNT that Chris Jericho’s mystery tag team partners will be Santana and Ortiz during Wednesday’s six-man tag team main event. The trio will face Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks on Wednesday’s premiere episode of AEW Dynamite on TNT.

Powell’s POV: Santana and Ortiz worked with Konnan as LAX in Impact Wrestling before debuting for AEW at the All Out pay-per-view in August. The six-man tag match looks great on paper and should be a strong main event for the first edition of Dynamite. Join Jake Barnett for his AEW Dynamite live reviews every Wednesday, and Dot Net Members will hear my same night audio reviews.



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Readers Comments (7)

  1. 3 workers vs 2 spot monkey midgets who are going bald and the most overrated wrestler of the last 20 years.

    • Don’t insult AEW in any way. You are only supposed to trash anything WWE online or else a lot of Indy marks are going to be pissed and do nothing to you in reality.

      • WWE fans are so funny. Vince could lay a turd and you all would eat it up and then say how great the show was, it’s garbage.

        • Spot Monkey fans are so funny. AEW has been barely watchable, laying several turds that people would rightly kill WWE for, yet everything they do is pushed as the greatest moment in wrestling history by their cuckold fans.

  2. Imagine if WWE built up mystery partners for months, and then the day before the big show, anticlimactically announced it as a moderately known tag team that’s already known to be on the roster.

    • It was actually the smart move at this point. I said in audio that I think it was a mistake to introduce Santana and Ortiz at the PPV because it didn’t generate much buzz and they could have saved them as the mystery team. But once they debuted, it was smart to put their names out in advance to avoid disappointing people who assumed it would be bigger names who haven’t appeared for the company yet.

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