I don't find the powerfulness of Fisher's exact test on Wikipedia. Are there any results about the power of FET vs other methods on 2x2 contingency tables?
No Fisher's Exact Test is not the most powerful because it doesn't condition on the sufficient statistic, the odds ratio, of the likelihood. Pearson's chi-square test, on the other hand, is the score test which is asymptotically equivalent to the likelihood ratio test, and the LRT is uniformly most powerful (among unbiased tests). You can even show that the $\alpha$-level Fisher's Exact test results in sub-alpha false positive rates (it does not attain its nominal size).
This has been known for a long time. Bennett's paper from 1960 is one of many discussing the point
There are many reasons to like the FET, but power is not one of them.