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Adam Cole and Britt Baker win the Owen Hart Foundation tournaments

Adam Cole and Britt Baker were crowned winners of the Owen Hart Foundation men and women tournaments last night at Double or Nothing.

Cole, who as a tribute wore pink attire for his match, defeated Samoa Joe to win the tournament. He had to go through Tomohiro Ishii, Dax Harwood, and Jeff Hardy to reach the final.

Meanwhile, Baker, who also wore pink ring gear, beat Ruby Soho in the final to clinch the tournament. Baker beat Danielle Kamela, Maki Itoh, and Toni Storm to reach the final.

After the end of the second final match, Dr. Martha Hart was introduced to the fans by Tony Schiavone. AEW President Tony Khan accompanied Martha to the top of the ramp. With the two winners standing next to her, Hart thanked the fans for the warm welcome. Hart also thanked Khan, the producers of Dark Side of the Ring, Pro Wrestling Tees, the Owen Hart Foundation committee, and all the AEW crew for making this tournament possible.

Hart then addressed the winners: “The Owen Hart Cup is for you to enjoy…until we meet again,” she said. Hart then presented two custom-made titles to Cole and Baker and both posed with it to end the segment.

Colin Vassallo
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