No Count Outs: A New Inmate in the Asylum

Drew McIntyre regained the WWE championship, beating Randy Orton and setting up a champion versus champion match with Roman Reigns. Elsewhere on Raw the New Day retained their title over the Hurt Business. NXT also had two title defenses, both Leon Ruff and Io Shirai held on to their gold over Johnny Gargano and Rhea Ripley respectively.

On dynamite Jon Moxley inadvertently revealed his wife Renee was pregnant with their first child in a promo for Kenny Omega. Will Hobbs turned heel, and the death triangle reunited with the return of Pac in a match against the Blade. Finally, the legend and legacy of the Undertaker are discussed in a preview for a possible last ride on Survivor Series.

No Count Outs: Bullet Club Returns and Kota Ibushi Ascends No Count Outs

AEW Dynamite's last 30 minutes blew the roof off of Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida. The was a war for the AEW World Championship title between Rey Fenix and Kenny Omega. Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson joined the retaining champ Omega and beat down Fenix.  In response, Jon Moxley and a smorgasbord of AEW wrestlers tried to stop the run ins. The Young Bucks sifted through the chaos and joined the rest of their former associates for the Bullet Club Return and a too sweet in the center of the ring.Across the Pacific, NJPW's Wrestle Kingdom lived up to the hype and overcame the challenges with the world pandemic, Kota Ibushi was undoubtedly  the star of the show. He bested Naito in night one and Jay White in night two to hold the top two belts in Japan. Follow the show @NoCountOutsPod . Keep on tabs with the hosts Matt Dahlberg @M_broski21 and Tyler Pearson @T_pearson10four. Email the show:NoCountOuts@gmail.com — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app