Per Bleacher Report:
Dynamite was originally set to emanate from Rochester, New York, in front of a live crowd, but it was moved to Jacksonville, Florida, with no fans in attendance because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Last week, Christopher Daniels of SCU released a video in which he taunted The Dark Order. He also vowed to wrestle both Evil Uno and Stu Grayson in an attempt to prove that there was no Exalted One.
The identity of The Exalted One has been a mystery for months, and several clues and red herrings were presented during that time.
While many fans thought The Exalted One would be revealed to be Matt Hardy, it was instead Brodie Lee — formerly known as Luke Harper in WWE. That doesn’t mean Hardy failed to debut on Dynamite, as the former WWE and IMPACT superstar made an appearance to close the show.
Evil Uno and Stu Grayson of Dark Order were out to deliver on their promise of revealing The Exalted One on Dynamite when interrupted by Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian of SCU. Daniels and Kazarian insisted there was no Exalted One, only Uno and Grayson. They were then interrupted by a video package revealing Lee as the man behind Dark Order. Lee then appeared in the ring and led his group in a beatdown of SCU.
Harper is a perfect fit for the Dark Order having served as a member of Bray Wyatt old cult-ish group while in WWE.