AEW Dynamite Showcases Texas Chain Saw Massacre Deathmatch Crossover
In yet another riveting crossover, All Elite Wrestling’s Wednesday edition of Dynamite took center stage, featuring a Texas Chain Saw Massacre Deathmatch between Jeff Jarrett and Jeff Hardy. This unique event was part of Warner Bros. Discovery’s collaboration to promote a video game centered around the iconic 1974 movie.
Amidst a frenzy of violence, the match introduced Leatherface, the infamous chainsaw-wielding killer from the Texas Chain Saw Massacre series, making his AEW debut. The unsettling character stormed down the ramp, initiating chaos by targeting Sonjay Dutt initially, then pursuing a frightened Karen Jarrett backstage.
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Contrary to the film narrative, this incarnation of Leatherface was not linked to the Sawyer family. Fightful Select has confirmed that Dean Alexander embodied the role of Leatherface during the Dynamite episode. Alexander, who frequently appeared on AEW’s YouTube shows Dark and Dark: Elevation from March 2021 to February 2023, often fulfilled the role of enhancement talent. Notably, he teamed up with Kidd Bandit to face the formidable duo of Too Fast, Too Fuego, ultimately tasting defeat against Fuego Del Sol and Fuego II.
Jeff Jarrett emerged victorious in the Deathmatch on Dynamite, securing the Texas Chain Saw Massacre Championship in the process. The sponsorship featured on Dynamite garnered an impressive $100,000 for AEW, a sum that was subsequently donated to the Maui Food Bank.
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