Here is your AEW fight size update following Dynamite on May 19, 2021:
- This week, the Pinnacle was all gathered for dinner and things took a turn rather quickly.
"If you decide to do #StadiumStampede, just know, it will be your last match." - @The_MJF #thePinnacle sends a warning to the #InnerCircle on #AEWDynamite. Tune in now on TNT! pic.twitter.com/FOkFqTJBcI— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) May 20, 2021
- Following the disbanding of SCU, Frankie Kazarian has vowed to hunt down every member of The Elite
- Serena Deeb successfully defended her NWA Women's Championship against Red Velvet.
- The Young Bucks, once again wearing their Dior sneakers, defeated Griff Garrison and Brian Pillman Jr. to retain the World Tag Team Championship. After the match, they had their sneakers stolen by Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston. These two teams will now face off at the pay-per-view for the World Tag Team Championship.
- Christian Cage defeated Matt Sydal in their first-ever singles match. Afterward, Ricky Starks and the rest of Team Taz came out to attack the veteran. Adam Page would try to run interference but he would also be taken out.
- Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston were able to defeat the Acclaimed but before the match, Max Caster got in a line about the former Renee Young that made Jon Moxley very angry.
Let’s get you a blue check and some W’s and we’ll look at booking you in the fall. Thanks for the plug @PlatinumMax ---- (hear brand new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday! @TheVolumeSports ) https://t.co/f1PzKeRvem pic.twitter.com/BLOpep6Isx— Renee Paquette (@ReneePaquette) May 20, 2021
- Jade Cargill is still that bitch.
- Anthony Ogogo continued his winning ways by defeating Austin Gunn. Anthony will face Cody Rhodes at double or nothing on Sunday, May 30.
- Check out the card for next week's episode here. Next week's episode will take place on a Friday night at a special start time of 10 p.m. Eastern.
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