AEW Fyter Fest Results


Here are your quick and editorial-free All Elite Wrestling Fyter Fest results. The promotion’s second show featured Cody vs. Darby Allin, the AEW in-ring debut of Jon Moxley, and more.

The Buy In results:

– The pre-show opened with a filmed segment in which QT Marshall parodied Andy King, the man whose story from the Netflix Fyre Festival documentary of being willing to perform oral sex to help save Fyre Festival became a meme.

1. The Best Friends defeated SCU and Private Party. This win earned Best Friends a bye in the first round of a tournament for the AEW tag titles that will happen this fall.

– When the Best Friends were alone in the ring, a threatening video message from the Dark Order played on the big screens. After the video, the lights in the Ocean Center went out. When they turned back on, the ring was surrounded by the minions of the Dark Order. The lights went out again and when they turned back on the Order was gone.

– Backstage, the Young Bucks were stressed out about the show and compared it to Fyre Festival. It was revealed that Kenny Omega blew half the show’s budget on getting new gear made for the Bucks because their luggage was lost.

– As a result of the budget cuts, two of the four bikini-clad women who had been standing on stage by the entrance tunnels and FEMA tents were replaced by mannequins.

– Leva Bates and Peter Avalon, the Librarian characters, cut competing promos telling the audience to read. They shushed the crowd and each other. This segment was ended by the entrance of Allie.

2. Allie defeated Leva Bates. Avalon cheated on Bates’ behalf during this match. He threw Bates a book with which to hit Allie, but Allie intercepted it and hit BSE for the win. Brandi Rhodes, Allie’s opponent at Fight for the Fallen, was shown watching this match.

– Backstage, Brandon Cutler told Kenny Omega that all the bands that had been scheduled for the show had pulled out. Omega was distraught. Musical instruments were shown to have replaced the women, mannequins, and tents as part of the set.

3. Michael Nakazawa defeated Alex Jebailey in a hardcore match. CEO organizer Jebailey would have won, but the count of his pin was delayed long enough for Nakazawa to kick out due to a ref bump. Nakazawa turned over a pinning combination by Jebailey to win the match.

AEW Fyter Fest results:

4. CIMA defeated Christopher Daniels, pinning him after a diving Meteora.

5. Riho defeated Nyla Rose and Yuka Sakazaki. Riho countered a Beast Bomb from Rose into a pinning combination for the win.

– Rose tried to Beast Bomb Riho after the match, but Sakazaki saved her. Riho then struck Sakazaki.

6. Hangman Page defeated Jimmy Havoc, MJF, and Jungle Boy. Page pinned Havoc after the Dead Eye.

7. Cody and Darby Allin wrestled to a 20-minute time-limit draw. Cody pinned Allin after a Cross Rhodes, but the time limit expired after the referee counted to two.

– Shawn Spears (fka Tye Dillinger) entered the ring and attacked Cody from behind with a chair, hitting him in the back of the head. MJF ran off Spears with a chair. Other wrestlers and referees entered the ring to check on Cody, who was bleeding from the head, and he was helped to the back. (AEW later tweeted that Cody had, “12 staples and no concussion.”)

8. The Elite (Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson, and Nick Jackson) defeated Laredo Kid and the Lucha Brothers (Pentagón Jr. and Rey Fénix.) Omega pinned Kid after a One-Winged Angel. The Elite were dressed as characters from Street Fighter for this match.

9. Non-Sanctioned match: Jon Moxley defeated Joey Janela. Moxley pinned Janela after a Paradigm Shift onto thumbtacks.

– Omega ran out and hit Moxley with a V-Trigger, then piledrove him through a table. Omega continued to beat up Moxley using the instruments shown on the stage during the pre-show. Omega posed for applause and left the venue. The stream of the show ended after a close-up on Moxley’s grinning face.