On the first night of Fyter Fest, we saw one of the best AEW Dynamites of the year. The crowd was rewarded with some great title matches and a truly memorable Coffin match. So what will AEW Fyter Fest Night Two have in store for us? We will have two more title matches and the beginning of the “Labours of Jericho.” Let us find out more about this exciting night in Garland in the latest edition of AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 7/21/21.
Frankie Kazarian vs. Doc Gallows
On the recent episode of AEW Dark: Elevation, Frankie Kazarian was attacked post-match by Doc Gallows. Kazarian, the “Elite Hunter,” has been trying to constantly interfere in the Elite business for months. Unfortunately, he will get his hands on Gallows at Fyter Fest.
This will be Doc Gallows’ first singles match on AEW television. We know his skill as a tag team wrestler; what will he do against the talented Kazarian? And what role will the rest of the Elite have on Wednesday night? They might like nothing more than to take Frankie Kazarian out once and for all.
Orange Cassidy vs. The Blade
The feud between Orange Cassidy and The Blade continues at Fyter Fest. They have gone back and forth in tag matches in recent weeks. The Blade has also attacked Cassidy with brass knuckles on multiple occasions as well. It is time for Orange to get some revenge.
The other factor for this match is Kris Statlander, and the Bunny will be ringside. What role will they play on Wednesday night? The Blade and Bunny are not above underhanded tactics. Will they finally pull off a huge victory over Cassidy? We know they will pull out all the stops to try in Texas.
Britt Baker (c) vs. Nyla Rose
(AEW Women’s World Championship)
Back in February, Britt Baker lost to Nyla Rose in the Women’s World title eliminator tournament. After months of trying, Baker was finally able to win her first title at AEW Double or Nothing. It is now time for Baker to try to overcome her old foe.
Rose has been dominating Baker in recent weeks. She slammed her through a table on a recent episode of AEW Dynamite. “The Native Beast” has stopped Baker at every turn in the past. Will our favorite Dentist be successful in her first title defense? It will be fun to watch at Fyter Fest.
AEW Fyter Fest Night Two 2021
Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Spears
(Labours of Jericho #1)
This week will begin the “Labours of Jericho.” Chris Jericho will have to go through four “labours” to get his hands on MJF in a singles match. However, Jericho is willing to do anything to get that match and is letting MJF pick the stipulations for the upcoming matches. The first labour will be against Shawn Spears.
The main stipulation in the match is that Shawn Spears can legally use a chair in the match, and Chris Jericho cannot. The Chairman would like nothing more than to take out Chris Jericho in the very first match. Can Jericho survive? He will face long odds in trying to get his MJF in the near future.
AEW Fyter Fest Night Two 2021
Jon Moxley (c) vs. Lance Archer
(IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship)
(Texas Death Match)
At Wrestle Kingdom 14, Jon Moxley regained the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship against Lance Archer in a brutal Texas Death match in the Tokyo Dome. Jon Moxley has held the title since that fateful day on January 4, 2020. It is now time to revisit the Texas Death Match in Texas itself.
Lance Archer is looking to regain some momentum in All Elite Wrestling. Time and time again, he has come up short in title matches. Will the Texas native pull off his biggest victory to date? We know both Archer and Moxley will pull out all the stops at Fyter Fest. It should be an exciting and bloody match to behold on Wednesday night.
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