Fight Size Update: Stephen Amell Praises Cody vs. Dustin, Change In WWE Raw Match, Becky Lynch, More

Here is your Fight Size update for the evening of May 28.

- WWE Now looks at the five things you need to know before SmackDown. You can view their report in the video above.

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- Stephen Amell was a fan of Cody vs. Dustin at AEW Double or Nothing.

- ROH put out the following announcement:


A huge Four Corner Survival Match featuring top ROH stars will stream live exclusively for Honor Club members on June 1!

The undefeated RUSH, Dalton Castle, Flip Gordon and PJ Black will compete in the match, which takes place in Kent, Was., and airs at 7 p.m. Pacific.

All four competitors are jockeying for title opportunities, and the ROH Board of Directors undoubtedly will be keeping a close eye on this contest.

A compelling subplot of the bout is the bad blood that exists between RUSH and Castle.

Ever since Castle lost to RUSH -- who has yet to be pinned of forced to submit since signing with ROH -- in 16 seconds at G1 Supercard at Madison Square Garden last month, the flamboyant former ROH World Champion has been a loose cannon. He attacked The Boys on two occasions and cast them aside, and he also has turned his back on the fans. Castle has been taunting RUSH as well.

Moreover, RUSH and Castle have been put together by ROH officials as a “wildcard” entry into a tag team gauntlet match that goes down in Portland, Ore., the night after the show in Kent.

As for Gordon, he’s looking for a bounceback win after coming up just short in his title match against ROH World Champion Matt Taven. Black, meanwhile, has put together a string of impressive performances, but he is still looking for a statement win, and this Four Corner Survival Match is a golden opportunity for him.

- PWInsider reports that WWE changed the Raw Fatal Four-Way Elimination match to a one-fall match in order to protect the talent in the match.

- The tornadoes that hit Ohio yesterday ripped apart the Hara Arena in Dayton, Ohio, a venue that hosted ECW's Heatwave 1998 and 1999 along with WWE and WCW tapings and events.

- Becky Lynch's new finisher is called the Man-handle Slam.

- MJF is not quite R-Truth.

- AEW officially welcomed Sadie Gibbs to their roster.

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