HOOKHausen Train, Happy Corbin Destroys Andre The Giant Battle Royal Trophy, And More | Fight Size

Here is your post-AEW/WWE fight size update for Friday, May 20, 2022.

AEW Rampage

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- After defeating Evil Uno, 10, and Fuego Del Sol, House of Black were confronted by Death Triangle, who challenged them to a match at Double or Nothing. The six-man tag bout was quickly made official by AEW.

- It was revealed that Anthony Bowens was injured backstage this past week at Elevation. Billy Gunn says the thing that makes factions great is how they bounce back. He sends his well wishes and says that when he gets back they'll have a big scissor party.

- FTR accepted Roppongi Vice's ROH Tag Title challenge and will face them for the belts next Wednesday on Dynamite.

- Big Damo, formerly Killian Dain in WWE, made his AEW debut on Rampage. Unfortunately for him, he was unable to defeat Shawn Spears, who continues to roll heading into his cage match with Wardlow.

- Kris Statlander defeated Red Velvet to advance to the semi-finals of the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament. After the match, she was jumped by The Baddies, but Ruby Soho came to her defense. After Jade Cargill took out Ruby, Anna Jay came out and chased them away. It was announced later that Anna would face Jade for the TBS Championship at Double or Nothing.

- A vignette aired showing Tony Nese and Smart Mark Sterling's training regimen compared to that of HOOKHAUSEN.

- Scorpio Sky came out with Dan Lambert and Ethan Page to demand Sammy Guevara return the TNT Title. Instead, Guevara and Frankie Kazarian were shown outside the arena smashing the belt with a sledgehammer.

- After defeating Dante Martin and Matt Sydal, Blackpool Combat Club got into an all-out brawl with the Jericho Appreciation Society to end Rampage.

WWE SmackDown

- SmackDown began with Roman Reigns telling The Usos that they will come home with the Undisputed Tag Team Titles or they will not come home to the Island of Relevancy at all.

- After narrowly avoiding a count-out defeat, Sami Zayn was immediately met with a Kinshasa, losing to Shinsuke Nakamura.

- After complaining about Madcap Moss not appreciating everything he'd been given, Happy Corbin destroyed the Andre The Giant Memorial trophy.

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