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Jon Moxley (c) with Eddie Kingston vs. Karl Anderson with Doc Gallows (IWGP US Championship)

Kingston attacks Gallows with a piper right off the bat and the two end up battling through the crowd. Moxley throws Anderson into the corner and lays into him with chops. No surprise that the hot crowd is very much behind Moxley. The two throwing forearms in the center of the ring, Anderson cuts off Moxley hitting the ropes with an uppercut. The two end up on the floor, Moxley throws Anderson into the barricade a couple times and beats him up all around the ringside area. The two end up on the apron, but Moxley gets knocked off and towards the barricade. Back in the ring, Anderson swings away on the champion.

They end up on the second rope, Moxley with a suplex, sending Anderson crashing to the mat. Moxley looks for a suplex, avoids gun stun, both end up hitting double clotheslines, twice. Moxley looks for a sleeper hold on Anderson, switches for a piledriver, but gets blocked. Anderson hits a kick, drivers Moxley to the mat, cover, two. Moxley reverses a move, paradigm shift, no, rolling elbow hits, but Anderson hits gun stun. Moxley quickly rolls to the ropes to get away from Anderson.

Moxley has a bloodied lip at this point in the match. Anderson hits another big cutter, cover, two-count. Anderson goes to the top, leaps, tries for another gun stun, nope, short-arm clothesline by Moxley. Paradigm shift hits this time, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Jon Moxley via Pinfall

– Backstage, Lance Archer talks with Jake Roberts about it being so simple who Jon Moxley’s next challenger should be. Archer brings up how Moxley took the title from him a year ago, but it’s time for his rematch. He said they had a Texas Deathmatch in Japan, so how about they have another one in Texas, next week!

– Alex Abrahantes talked with Andrade El Idolo (with his assistant). Andrade cuts of Alex and has a question for him. “Where is the death triangle?” He tells Alex to give them a message, “El Idolo is looking for them.”

Brian Cage (c) vs. Ricky Starks (FTW Championship)

Taz is on commentary with Hobbs and Hooks watching at ringside. Cage goes to work on Starks, military press into a slam. Starks getting sent into the corners a bunch of times until he gets hung up on the top rope. Cage yanks the rope up and down and then slams Starks to the mat. We’re in Starks’ hometown, so the crowd is leaning more his way. Starks runs into the corner, Starks with boots to Cage’s bicep. Second rope missile dropkick by Starks.

Starks to the outside, gets the title, Cage follows and smacks Starks. He tosses the title in the ring. Cage tries to throw him into the ring post, Starks slides by the post in the mat then runs back and drops Cage with a clothesline. Back in the ring. “This is awesome!” chant breaks out. Starks tries for a rear naked choke, but gets jammed into the corner. Cage with a boot to the face, tries for a german suplex, no luck, he switches to a pumphandle slam, cover, boot on the ropes breaks it up. Crowd goes wild.

Starks slips out of a deadlift german suplex from the second rope. Starks nails a sit-down powerbomb, cover, two! Starks gets the title, Hobbs yanks it away from him. Starks turns around and goes right into an F-5, cover, very close three! Hook with the ref distraction, Hobbs jumps up with the title, goes to hit Starks, but ends up knocking out Cage, spear by Starks, cover, 1-2-3!

Winner: Ricky Starks via pinfall to win the FTW Championship

– On commentary, Taz is super happy about what happened as it looks like it was the plan for Hobbs to help Starks win the title from Cage. The group celebrates they go up the ramp.

– Look back at Malakai Black’s debut. Cody Rhodes comes out to commentary and cuts a promo on Black. He understands Black wants to take out a franchise player to be a franchise player, but knocking out someone like Arn Anderson is not the way to do it! Cody doesn’t feel like he’s getting his point across and gets a mic. He heads down to the ring to continue talking. Cody says he feels like fighting and calls for Black. Up on the big screen, Black asks if he heard the crowd when he knocked out him and Cody. Maybe he loves the fans more than the fans love violence. Black tells a story about a horse than won numerous titles, but once the horse couldn’t win and was in pain, it was time to put down his horse. Cody tells Black to come down to the ring and face him! Lights go out. Black is in the ring. Big pop from the crowd. The two start swinging on each other. Officials, referees, and security rush the ring to separate them.

– Tully Blanchard walks down the hallway by himself. Marvez goes to talk with him about the cheap shot on Konnan, but Santana and Ortiz tell him he’s got some stones to walk the hallways on his own. They go to smack him with a lead pipe, but don’t end up doing it. “We were taught to respect our elders.” They warn Tully they won’t be so nice next time and tell him to get his boys, FTR.

– Tony Schiavone in the ring as he introduces Hangman Page. Page says he has said he’ll be AEW World Champion since day one, but he failed. He tried to run and hide from it, but the Dark Order is right, he still needs the title! Page goes to challenge for the title and Don Calli cuts him off. Out comes Callis, Young Bucks, Good Brothers, Cutler, and Omega. Callis says Page knows he’s not that guy that can take the title. Matt says he’s going to say something to Page’s face. Matt hops in the ring and asks Page if he remembers them, the best friends he abandoned (for a bunch of losers). He can tell Page is still hitting the bottle, which hits the narrative of the sad, lonely cowboy that’s drunk and by himself in the end. Matt says only Page has himself to blame, because let’s face it, you’re the next great wrestling tragedy. Matt says he doesn’t have the balls to hit him, and Page clocks him.

Omega tries for the title cheap shot from behind, but Dark Order runs out and makes the save. Page says he came here tonight for a match and he’s not leaving until he gets one. Omega grabs a mic and says they can do that, how about 5 vs. 5 elimination style match: Dark Order/Page vs. The Elite. Page says he doesn’t want that match, but if that’s what they have to do, then so be it. Page says when they win, he gets a title shot, and some of the Dark Order gets a shot at the tag title. The Elite huddle up and Omega seems to have a plan. He gets in the ring, he tells Page is making a lot of demands, and The Elite isn’t getting anything in exchange! Kenny says if The Elite wins, none of them get title shots. He says Omega is actually just afraid of failing in an attempt to get Page to go away. Page says neither he nor the Dark Order back down from a fight and he’s on!

– Backstage, Marvez talks to Chris Jericho about MJF’s stipulations that Jericho has to get through for a match. Jericho says he doesn’t care what MJF puts in front of him, he will walk through fire to get to MJF. Jericho keeps talking away as Spears walks in and jams him in the throat with a chair. MJF says he just wanted to return the favor with that chairshot and next week’s match will be a match against Shawn Spears. Spears can use a chair, but Jericho can’t. Spears then hits Jericho’s bad elbow with the chair.

Matt Hardy vs. Christian Cage

Both with a tie-up, neither break the hold as they spill out to the floor. Christian finally takes a side headlock, slips into the ring, pops Hardy, trips him up and then throws Hardy into the barricade. Christian gets to the top rope and splashes down to the floor on Hardy. The two battle at ringside until Hardy hits a DDT on the steps! He then chokes Christian against the bottom rope.

Backs in the ring, Christian tries to fight back, but doesn’t have much luck. Hardy then catapults him neck-first into the second rope. Hardy lands an elbow drop, cover, two. Hardy up on the second rope, Christian sweeps out the legs and Hardy goes crashing down. Christian chokes Hardy over the second rope, leaps out to the floor and punches Hardy in the face. Christian comes close to beating Hardy, but Hardy is able to keep kicking out. Christian goes to the top rope, frog splash, cover, two! Hardy with a superplex and tries to end the match in the ring with a lowblow and twist of fate. Hardy locks in a submission (the leech) on the floor and has the referee starts up his ten-count. Christian beats the count, hits kill switch, cover, and that will do it. Christian remains undefeated.

Winner: Christian Cage via Pinfall

– Post-match, H.F.O. surround the ring. Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus come running out to make sure nothing further happens.

– Video package featuring TNT Champion Miro, he tells a story about a hero who was lost because he wasn’t being himself. He says a voice from above came in and allowed him to remember who he was. He says the hero wasn’t a selfish man, he forgave everyone who wronged him and his reward was the title. Miro says he’s willing to defend his title not only for his life, but the life of his opponent, and that’s why he’s “the redeemer.” Miro’s title is now a white strap with green on the main title plate.

– In the ring, Tony Schiavone introduces AEW Women’s World Champion Britt Baker. Tony talks about Nyla Rose putting Baker through a table, and people are worried about Baker’s well-being. She says don’t worry, she’s dealt with worse, the wounds healed and it’s why she’s the baddest b**** on the block. Baker says imagine winning the title and finding out her challenger is Rose. Yes, Rose has beaten her before, but right now Baker is in a league of her own. Baker knows Vickie is in the back listening, and she has a last name that will keep her relevant forever in wrestling, but Rose doesn’t. She needs this title. Baker says she’s the hottest thing in wrestling with the title, but even without it she’s Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. Cut to the back, Vickie screams at the camera that they are going to beat her ass next week. Rose says that ass whooping is going to be world class!

– Backstage, Jon Moxley responds to Lance Archer and says he’s never beaten Archer, he’s survived Archer. Moxley knows Archer is going to keep coming, and he will not be hunted, he’s the hunter. Moxley says there’s only one boogeyman in AEW. Next week, Archer will be “Texas dead.”

Wheeler Yuta (with Chuck Taylor and Orange Cassidy) vs. Sammy Guevara 

The Bunny and The Blade are looking on from the crowd. Back and forth action from both wrestlers as things get started. Guevara gets control of the match, hits a shooting star press for a two-count. Guevara heads back up to the top again, looks for another one, but Yuta got the knees up this time.

Yuta with a big back elbow in the corner. Yuta nails a springboard dropkick, kip-up, cover, two. Guevara recovers, lands a double springboard cutter, GTH, cover, and that will end the match.

Winner: Sammy Guevara via Pinfall

– Earlier today, Tony talks with QT Marshall (with his guys around him) about his Strap Match loss to Cody Rhodes. Marshall ends up being a jerk to Tony and just pouring coffee on his head.

Penelope Ford vs. Yuka Sakazaki

Sakazaki uses her speed and agility to get the best of Ford. She lands a big dropkick that sends Ford to the floor for a breather. She leaps up to the top rope and hits a cannonball senton. Crowd chants for Yuka. Back in the ring, Sakazaki gets only a one-count. Ford throws her opponent into the rope and chokes her against the middle one.

Back and forth action during the break with Yuka gaining some steam against Ford. Yuka drops Ford and heads to the top rope, she hits magical girl splash for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Yuka Sakazaki via Pinfall

– Next week at Fyter Fest (Night Two):

* Britt Baker (c) vs. Nyla Rose (AEW Women’s World Championship)

* Jon Moxley (c) vs. Lance Archer (Texas Deathmatch for the IWGP US Championship)

* Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Spears (Spears can legally use a chair, Jericho cannot)

* Orange Cassidy vs. The Blade

Ethan Page vs. Darby Allin (Coffin Match)

The only way to win this match is to stuff you opponent in the coffin and close the lid. Page out first and gives the coffin a look. Allin slowly skateboards down to the ring and gets right after Page. Allin has a steel plate on his back and its a springboard coffin drop. Page out to the floor, Allin with a suicide dive on his opponent. Initially, there was no Scorpio Sky or Sting at ringside, but as Allin lifts open the coffin, Sky knocks him down and throws Allin hard over the steel steps. Sting makes his way to the ring and battles Sky. He tosses Sky a couple times in the barricade. The two fight out into the crowd.

Page looks to be taking off one of the ropes as Sting misses a stinger splash in the crowd. He then crotches Sky on a barricade that he climbed up on and smacks him with a garbage can. Allin throws Page over the barricade and the two battle out in the crowd. Allin ends up diving down on Page, but he got caught and sent spine-first into the metal barricades. In the ring, the bottom rope is gone as Page slides the steel steps in the ring. He sends Allin down on them. Allin stumbles his way to the second ropes, leaps and gets shoulder tackled down. Page then grabs the steel hook of the turnbuckle that he undid and hooks it around Allin’s necklace, then yanks him hard to the mat.

Allin then gets the hook and puts it in Page’s mouth! He lines up the steps and dropkicks Page into the coffin! Allin slowly makes his way over, Page yanks him into the coffin with him. They throw back and forth punches until Page just slaps Allin in the face. Allin then bites Page’s hand. They go back into the ring, Page walks up the steps with Allin on his shoulders. Allin shoves him off and nails an over-the-top stunner. Page is down on the steps as Allin goes up to the top. Page crotches him, hits ego’s edge down on the steel steps!

Page is busted open and brings Allin near the coffin. Allin gouges the eyes of Page and bites him! Allin grabs his skateboard, goes up to the top rope and double stomps on Page’s back. Page falls down to the coffin, Allin shuts the lid and wins the match.

Winner: Darby Allin 

– Post-match, Allin celebrates a bit on the turnbuckle. He then looks down at the coffin, goes down, moves it a bit and coffin drops down on the coffin with Page still in it!