Toni Storm Advances To The Semifinals Of The AEW Owen Hart Foundation Tournament

Toni Storm Advances To The Semifinals Of The AEW Owen Hart Foundation Tournament

The first quarter – finals fight for the women’s segment of the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament was presented on tonight’s show of AEW Dynamite. Toni Storm and Jamie Hayter fought an analytical, aggressive fight to see who would advance to the semifinals.

Toni Storm used a completion spike piledriver to get pinfall over Jamie Hayter after the dust settled. In the upcoming semifinal round, she will face either Britt Baker or the joker, who will be revealed soon.

Toni Storm, a former WWE star, made her AEW debut on March 30, 2022, as a surprise opponent for The Bunny in a qualifying fight for the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament. Storm clearly won the game, as she advances to the quarterfinals tonight. Jamie Hayter eligible for the tournament earlier this month when she crushed Skye Blue on the April 1 show of AEW Rampage.

Riho will face Ruby Soho in the quarterfinals, Red Velvet will face Hikaru Shida, and Britt Baker will face the Joker mystery competitor. The tournament finals will indeed be held on May 29 at AEW Double Or Nothing in Las Vegas, with Dr. Martha Hart to introduce the Owen Cup trophy to the champions live.

FTR’s Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler

FTR’s Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler, members of the AAA & ROH Tag Team Champions, decided to kick off AEW Dynamite with a singles match to meet the criteria for the Men’s Owen Hart Foundation World championship. After all was said that and done, Dax Receiving increasing attention was declared winner and now will advance to the game’s first round.

The fight between both the 2 good friends and tag team members did not disappoint, as many fans expected. Early on, there was a lot of back-and-forth chain wrestling, stiff strikes, brawling, and even some underhanded tactics like a thumb to the eye. The two men managed to bring everything they had to the desk and wrestled for approximately 20 minutes, ending with a 1-2-3 reversal of a comparatively tiny pin situation.

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Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.