Jade Cargill Reaches 50-0, Moxley Beats Page | AEW Fight Size

Here is your post-AEW Dynamite fight size update for Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

- Jade Cargill defeated Red Velvet to retain the TBS Championship and clinch her fiftieth win. Velvet delivered a valiant effort, but an inadvertent distraction from Kiera Logan, who attacked Leila Grey, ultimately cost the challenger the match.

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- Jon Moxley and Hangman Page battled it out in a hard-fought match. By the end, he was bleeding profusely, but he still had enough left in the the tank to kick out of the Buckshot Lariat, reverse Page's attempt at the Bulldog Choke, and pin him for the win. Hangman and Page had to be separated after the match, as it was clear they wanted to keep fighting.

- Samoa Joe beat Darby Allin in a violent No Holds Barred Match to win the TNT Championship. He pinned Allin by hitting the Muscle Buster on the bare ring boards. Wardlow returned after the match and tried to attack Joe, but the champion escaped.

- Konosuke Takeshita battled Brian Cage and pinned the former FTW Champion to score his first Dynamite victory.

- Bryan Danielson's winning streak continued as he defeated Timothy Thatcher, who brutally targeted the former world champion's arm throughout the match. AEW World Champion MJF tried to interfere, but Konosuke Takeshita stopped him and chased him to the back.

- MJF and Takeshita brawled until they were separated, and Renee Paquette shared the news that the champion will face Takeshita in an eliminator mach next week.

- After congratulating Jamie Hayter for her win over Emi Sakura, The Bunny challenged the AEW Women's World Champion to an eliminator match. The champion accepted, but the confrontation was cut short when the cameras showed Saraya and Toni Storm attacking Britt Baker. Saraya stated that AEW is their house now.

- "Jungle Boy" Jack Perry seemingly confirmed the end of his team with HOOK and stated that he's determined to win a championship by himself.

- The Acclaimed (Max Caster & Anthony Bowens) easily defeated Turbo Floyd & Truth Magnum. When The Gunns (Austin & Colten Gunn) confronted the AEW World Tag Team Champions and demanded a title shot, The Acclaimed turned them down. But Billy Gunn gave his sons a shot at the gold anyway after Austin insulted his father and brought up his battle with addiction.

- The Elite (Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks) returned in full force. They were at a basketball court, and the AEW World Trios Champions said they want to face AR Fox & Top Flight (Dante & Darius Martin) next week. Ethan Page, Matt Hardy, and Isiah Kassidy interrupted, and Page challenged the trio to defend the titles against them on AEW Rampage. The Elite accepted, and the match was confirmed.

- Backstage, MJF approached RUSH following the announcement news that "El Toro Blanco" will face Bryan Danielson next week. He handed RUSH a briefcase full of money and offered to pay him more if he beat Danielson and hurt him.

- Chris Jericho told Ricky Starks he could earn a rematch if he overcame the Guevara-Garcia Gauntlet, where he will have to beat Matt Menard, Angelo Parker, and either Sammy Guevara or Daniel Garcia.

- Check out the card for this week's episode of AEW Dynamite here.

- Swerve Strickland set his sights on Brian Pillman Jr. and vowed to take him out, as he apparently has an issue with all second-generation wrestlers in the company.

- Check out the card for this week's episode of AEW Rampage here.

- Jade Cargill commented on her win and gave Red Velvet credit for putting up a great fight.

- MJF previewed his match with Konosuke Takeshita and vowed to make everyone regret backing him.

Catch up on our coverage of AEW Dynamite here. For a full review, check out our post-show podcast on our YouTube channel.

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