AEW Dynamite Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from June 30

2 out of 7Credit: All Elite WrestlingEddie Kingston's vendetta against the Young Bucks continued Wednesday night when he teamed up with Penta El Zero Miedo for a special eliminator match against the AEW tag champions. Matt and Nick Jackson entered the ring with new mustaches. This was the story before the contest.The champs prevailed over Penta and took control of the contest, until Kingston's hot tag turned the tide in Kingston's favor. The Bucks retook the lead thanks to Nick's superkick on the arena floor.Penta was tagged back in the match and uncorked after a flurry offense that included a corkscrew Sunset Flip. The Bucks responded, scoring a close-to-fall breakup only after a last second lunge. Brandon Cutler accidentally spray Matt with water after trying to distract him. Frankie Kazarian was able to wipe the heels and the babyfaces won.ResultThe Bucks were defeated by Kingston and PentaGradeB+AnalyseThey are a part of every episode of Dynamite, whether you love them or not. The in-ring action was intense, exciting and dramatic. The crowd was so invested in the action that they chanted "It's three!" at the end of the match, it was a near-fall.The babyfaces' victory over the Bucks was a refreshing change after weeks of heels building heat against the heroes.With their win, it now looks like Kingston and Penta will challenge for the titles. Although a win would be a wonderful way to honor their friendship and possibly set up a conflict for Jon Moxleys returning, it doesn't feel like they are the right team to end Bucks long reign.