Jon Moxley Promises Violence, Hangman Page Says The Elite Are Family | AEW Fight Size

Here is your fight size update following AEW Dynamite on May 24, 2023.

- In the main event match, the Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) helped the Lucha Brothers (Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero Miedo) defeat Wheeler Yuta and Claudio Castagnoli of the Blackpool Combat Club to retain the ROH World Tag Team Championship. After the match, Jon Moxley ad Bryan Danielson came to the ring, and Moxley previewed the Anarchy in the Arena match. He stated that it will be the most violent and wild bout in AEW history.

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- Hangman Page discussed his relationship with Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks. He stated that they've had some issues, but they're family.

- Orange Cassidy defeated Kyle Fletcher in a hard-fought match to retain the AEW International Championship.

- A video package highlighted Willow Nightingale's victory over Mercedes Mone to win the NJPW STRONG Women's Championship at NJPW Resurgence.

- House of Black (Malakai Black, Buddy Matthews, and Brody King) scored a decisive win over AR Fox, Blake Christian, and Metalik to retain the AEW World Trios Championship.

- With Jade Cargill watching on, Taya Valkyrie beat Lady Frost to score more momentum heading into her match with Cargill at AEW Double or Nothing.

- Jay White and Juice Robinson attacked Ricky Starks and made it clear that they're far from finished with the former FTW Champion.

- AEW World Champion MJF came to the ring and discussed the Four Pillars; he stated that they were AEW, but he was sick of the company. He teased leaving once his contract was up. Darby Allin interrupted and delivered an emotional message about his journey up to this point. MJF hit him with a low blow, but Sammy Guevara made the save. "Jungle Boy" Jack Perry blindsided MJF and posed with the title.

- Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley shared their thoughts ahead of the Anarchy in the Arena match at AEW Double or Nothing, as Moxley vowed to prove that the Blackpool Combat Club is the best in the world.

- FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) discussed their AEW World Tag team Championship match against Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal at AEW Duble or Nothing. Mark Briscoe came down and wound up slapping Dax, as he refused to shake the champion's hand. Briscoe stormed off and shoved Jeff Jarrett over before he told Jay Lethal he was tired of the situation.

- TNT Champion Wardlow and Arn Anderson looked forward to Wardlow's Ladder Match with Christian Cage at AEW Double or Nothing.

- Sammy Guevara turned down MJF's renewed offer to work together at AEW Double or Nothing and vowed to be the one to take the gold from the AEW World Champion.

- In a video package, AEW Women's World Champion Jamie Hayter stated that she would defend the title at AEW Double or Nothing, regardless of her injury.

- "Jungle Boy" Jack Perry discussed the four-way world title match at AEW Double or Nothing.

- Roderick Strong kept rolling as he defeated former ROH Pure Champion Daniel Garcia.

- Chris Jericho and Adam Cole traded vicious words as they signed the contract for their Unsanctioned Match at AEW Double or Nothing.

- Sabu appeared and aligned with Adam Cole. He will be the special ring enforcer of Cole's match against Chris Jericho at AEW Double or Nothing.

- Aussie Open is "All Elite," as Mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher have signed with AEW.

- Tony Khan confirmed that the premiere of AEW Collision will be held at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, on June 17.

- Kyle Fletcher commented on signing with AEW.

- Check out the card for the May 26 episode of AEW Rampage here.

Catch up on our coverage of the May 24 episode of AEW Dynamite. For a full review, check out the post-show podcast on our YouTube channel.

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