Hello AEW fans, today we will look at the results of recent AEW shows, Lance Archer showing respect for The Undertaker, and AEW Dynamite and AEW Rampage coming to Japan.
4/1/22 (taped 3/30/22)
The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) defeated Top Flight (Dante & Darius Martin)
House Of Black (Brody King, Buddy Matthews & Malakai Black) defeated Fuego Del Sol & The Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson)
Jamie Hayter defeated Skye Blue in a “Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Qualifying” match
Keith Lee defeated Powerhouse Hobbs
Adam Cole defeated Christian Cage
Samoa Joe defeated Max Caster (w/ Anthony Bowens) in an “Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament Qualifying” match
Shawn Dean defeated Shawn Spears
The Hardys (Jeff & Matt Hardy) defeated The Butcher And The Blade in a “Tag Team Tables” match
Hikaru Shida defeated Julia Hart in an “Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Qualifying” match
ROH World Tag Team Champions / AAA World Tag Team Champions FTR (Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood) defeated The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) (w/ Brandon Cutler)
Lance Archer took the time this week to send The Undertaker a respectful tweet regarding his recent WWE Hall of Fame induction.
Just watched @undertaker HOF induction. I know I’m late to the party on this.. #thankyoutaker I only shared a “locker room” for a cup o coffee with you. But your influence on my career from the first time I met you at that gym in Austin in 2000 to this very day is undeniable!🙏🏻
— The Murderhawk Monster Lance Archer (@LanceHoyt) April 8, 2022
Whenever Lance Archer is working in the ring, The Undertaker’s influence on him is always apparent. A heavyweight wrestler displaying agility-based moves that are more commonly seen being done by smaller wrestlers, and a great character with a great talent behind it.
NJPW has announced this week that they are going to begin presenting AEW-TV via their streaming service.
【 #AEWDynamite 】
— njpwworld (@njpwworld) April 8, 2022
Tony Khan no doubt is in a celebratory mood., and with good reason With AEW increasingly becoming a bigger part of the pro-wrestling scene in Japan, I think it’s becoming more necessary for him to seriously consider opening an AEW Japan office.