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Complete Results From AEW Fyter Fest 2021 (Night 1)

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• Complete Results From AEW Fyter Fest 2021 (Night 1)

– Jon Moxley (c) def. Karl Anderson to retain the IWGP United States Championship

– Lance Archer said he and Jon Moxley had a Texas Death Match for the IWGP United States Title in Japan, and thinks it would be fitting to have another one in Texas next week at Fyter Fest – Night 2.

– Andrade El Idolo asked Alex where the Death Triangle is, and to tell them he wants to speak to them.

– Ricky Starks def. Brian Cage (c) to become the new FTW Champion with some help from PowerHouse Hobbs.

– Cody Rhodes called out Malakai Black. Black appeared on the screen and told a story of an owner putting down an old horse, and that he plans to do the same to Cody. Malakai appeared in the ring and the two got into a brawl, and had to be separated.

– The Elite vs. “Hangman” Adam Page & Dark Order in a 5-on-5 Elimination Tag Team Match is announced. If Hangman & Dark Order win, they will get a shot at the AEW World Title and the AEW Tag Team Titles.

– Christian Cage def. “Big Money” Matt Hardy (After the match, Hardy Family Office surrounded Christian, but Jurassic Express evened the odds)

– Miro showed his reward for being God’s Favorite Champion – the TNT Title now has a white strap.

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– Jon Moxley accepted Lance Archer’s challenge for a Texas Death Match.

– Sammy Guevara def. Wheeler Yuta (After the match, Sammy patted Yuta on the back and gave him a thumbs up)

– Yuka Sakazaki def. Penelope Ford

– Darby Allin def. Ethan Page to win the first AEW Coffin Match (After the match, Darby hit a Coffin Drop on top of the Coffin with Ethan trapped inside)

Below is the match-card for next week’s AEW Fyter Fest – Night 2:

– Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Spears

– Orange Cassidy vs. The Blade

– Britt Baker (c) vs. Nyla Rose for the AEW Women’s World Championship

– Jon Moxley (c) vs. Lance Archer in a Texas Death Match for the IWGP United States Championship

Also Read: What Did Sting & Christian Cage Do After The Main Event Of This Week’s AEW Dark: Elevation?

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• WWE Hall Of Famer Celebrates His Birthday

WWE Hall Of Famer “Double J” Jeff Jarrett celebrates his 54th birthday today.

Jeff Jarrett first started wrestling in 1986 for his father Jerry Jarrett’s “Memphis Wrestling” territory ‘Continental Wrestling Association’, which in 1989 merged with the Dallas, Texas based ‘World Class Championship Wrestling’ and became known as the ‘United States Wrestling Association’.

In 1993, the USWA turned into a developmental promotion for the World Wrestling Federation, which included Jeff making his WWF debut in October, portraying a country music singer.

In 1996, Jarrett left the Federation to join Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, where he became associated with the Four Horsemen, but returned to the WWF in the fall of 1997, despite WCW dominating them in the weekly television ratings.

After No Mercy 1999, Jeff followed his friend Vince Russo and returned to WCW again, where he wrestled till the company was sold to Vince McMahon in March 2001.

He founded Total Nonstop Action! (now known as iMPACT Wrestling) in 2002 and didn’t return to the (now renamed) WWE until his Hall of Fame induction in 2018 and later entered the 2019 Men’s Royal Rumble match.


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