The Young Bucks are no longer AEW Tag Team Champions, having lost the titles at the conclusion of Fyter Fest night one.
It was just one week before on the 6th July edition of AEW Dynamite that Swerve In Our Glory moved themselves right to the front of the championship picture. Having defeated The Butcher And The Blade, Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee were swiftly confronted by Ricky Starks and Powerhouse Hobbs, before later being joined by AEW Tag Team Champions, The Young Bucks.
After some verbal jousting, The Bucks made the decision that they would put the gold on the line against both teams on the first night of Fyter Fest, despite the disadvantage it would put them at.
The match started off following the letter of the law, but as you’d expect with a contest of this type it soon broke down and bodies were flying everywhere. One man who took flight particularly well was Powerhouse Hobbs, who hit one of the biggest frog splashes from the top rope you will see for a long time.
As the match drew to a conclusion it was Keith Lee’s turn to defy gravity, as he flew over the top rope with a diving senton to wipe out all the competitors on the outside of the ring. This left a clear path for Swerve Strickland to head to the top rope and hit the double stomp on Ricky Starks to get the decisive three count.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) July 14, 2022
Dynamite went off the air with Swerve In Our Glory celebrating as new AEW Tag Team Champions, with many clearly pleased with the result despite the fact they likely didn’t expect it going in to the match.