MJF Propaganda Video, CM Punk Uses Buckshot Lariat, William Regal Punches Chris Jericho | Fight Size

Here is your post-AEW Fight Size update for Wednesday, May 11, 2022.

- In the opening match of the night, Adam Cole defeated Dax Harwood via submission to advance to the semi-finals of the Owen Hart Foundation Men's Tournament.

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- With Hangman Page on commentary, CM Punk defeated John Silver with a Buckshot Lariat. After the match, Punk got on the mic and said that he doesn't understand why Page dislikes him. Regardless, at Double or Nothing, Punk plans on making Page shake his hand.

- After losing very quickly to Tony Nese, Danhausen was saved by HOOK from a post-match beatdown. It was later announced that HOOKHAUSEN would face Nese and "Menacing Mike Sterling" (Smart Mark Sterling) during the Double or Nothing Buy-In.

- MJF released a propaganda video mimicking Dark Side of the Ring to summarize his feud with Wardlow. Afterward, the two met in the ring and signed a contract to face each other at Double or Nothing. Before that can happen, though, Wardlow will be whipped 10 times and must defeat Shawn Spears in a Steel Cage. If Wardlow loses at Double or Nothing, however, he is never allowed to sign a contract with AEW.

- Ricky Starks was able to defeat Jungle Boy and retain the FTW Championship thanks, in part, to Swerve Strickland inadvertently distracting the referee during a Jungle Boy pin attempt. After the match, Team Taz, Jurassic Express, and Swerve & Keith Lee all faced off.

- During the Jericho Appreciation Society's victory speech, the Blackpool Combat Club came out and with a returning Eddie Kingston, Santana, and Ortiz, sent the sports entertainers packing. William Regal even knocked Chris Jericho down with a straight left hand.

- Toni Storm defeated Jamie Hayter to advance to the semi-finals of the Owen Hart Foundation Women's Tournament. She will face either Britt Baker or her mystery opponent in the next round.

- In the main event, Jeff Hardy defeated Darby Allin to advance to the semi-finals of the Owen Hart Tournament. He will face Adam Cole next Wednesday for a place in the finals.

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