Here is your post AEW fight size update for Wednesday, April 14, 2021:
- After waiting a week for a response, Christian Cage told team Taz but he was not interested in joining their group. This led to Christian Cage getting a beating from Powerhouse Hobbs.
- Tonight, there were two championships on the line. Through some nefarious means, the Young Bucks were able to retain their Tag Team Championship and celebrate afterwards with the full Elite.
#TheElite promises this is "just the beginning." @youngbucks @KennyOmegamanX @The_BigLG @MachineGunKA @TheDonCallis— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) April 15, 2021
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- In the main event, Darby Allin was able to defeat Matt Hardy and retain his TNT Championship.
- During the main event, Lance Archer took it upon himself to give Sting a display of what he is capable of.
- Speaking of championships, Miro is ready for gold, as is Thunder Rosa.
"I'm moving on with, or without you." @ToBeMiro has some strong words for @TheKipSabian, as he looks to fulfill his destiny of putting #AEW gold around his waist.— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) April 15, 2021
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- Anthony Ogogo made his debut in very impressive fashion.
- Kris Statlander returned and everyone's nose was booped.
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