Here’s a place to check results and comment along with a new episode of AEW Rampage, airing tonight at 10 pm ET on TNT.
The latest edition of AEW’s new show comes our way on tape from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey (spoilers are here, if you’re interested - and if you are and chose to discuss them in the comments, please use the spoiler tag).
This week's episode features the Lucha Bros defending the AEW tag team titles against The Butcher & The Blade, Anna Jay vs. The Bunny, Miro vs. Fuego del Sol in a Car vs. Title match, and more!
Come right back here at 10 pm ET when Rampage kicks off on TNT. We’ll update the post with everything that happens on the show below the line.
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Enjoy the show!
AEW RAMPAGE RESULTS FOR SEPT. 17
- Excalibur, Chris Jericho, Taz, and Ricky Starks are on commentary this week as the show opens. The Butcher and The Blade make their entrance for a tag team title match against the Lucha Bros.
- The Blade is clearly the biggest star of the match, as expected.
- Towards the end of the match, The Blade tied Penta to the middle rope using his mask. Rey Fenix was left vulnerable to a 2-on-1 beatdown. Penta sacrificed his mask and superkicked the heels (while covering his face) to save Fenix from the finisher, which led to a roll up victory for the Lucha Bros. (Lucha Bros. defeat Blade & Butcher to retain the AEW tag titles)
- Private Party hit the ring right after the match ended for an attack on the champs. They tried to remove the mask of Rey Fenix, but the Inner Circle’s Santana & Ortiz came out to make the save.
- A pre-tape airs consisting of alternating trash talk from Kenny Omega and Bryan Danielson, hyping up their non-title match next week in New York City at Dynamite Grand Slam.
- Anna Jay (w/ Tay Conti) vs. The Bunny (w/ Penelope Ford) is next. Jay didn’t waste any time, suplexing The Bunny outside the ring before the bell even rang to start the fight.
- Ford tried to get involved but she was neutralized by Conti. Jay rolled The Bunny up from behind amidst the chaos for the pin. (Anna Jay defeats The Bunny)
- After the match was over, Penelope Ford introduced brass knuckles into the mix. The heels used the object to punch and knock out Tay Conti and Anna Jay.
- There’s a pre-tape promo with Powerhouse Hobbs saying he’s gonna kick CM Punk’s ass next week on Rampage Grand Slam.
- Matt Hardy is in the ring with Tony Schiavone. He’s angry that his stablemates have lost tonight. A fan dressed like Orange Cassidy gets his attention and offers Hardy a lazy thumbs up.
- Hardy attacks the fan and drags him into the ring. Jack Evans assists Hardy with cutting off the fan’s ponytail. They bring in clippers and start shaving the guy’s head.
- Orange Cassidy calmly walks out for the save, and the heels leave the ring. Matt Hardy threatens to delete Freshly Squeezed.
- Britt Baker and Ruby Soho are in the ring with Tony Schiavone for a face-to-face.
- Baker says Soho changes her name all the time because she still doesn’t know who she is and is desperate to fit in. Whereas everyone knows who Britt Baker is. Soho says Baker is wrong; Ruby knows exactly who the hell she is, she’s just never had the freedom to prove it until now.
- Soho refers to Baker “banging some dude in the back,” which gets a big reaction from the audience. Baker says Soho is incorrect to call herself the Runaway, because she didn’t run away, she was fired.
- Soho says Baker’s head is far up Tony Khan’s ass, and she’s going to take the AEW women’s championship from her next week.
- Baker attacks Ruby but doesn’t get anywhere with it. Baker bails from the ring without her title, leaving Ruby to grab the gold and raise it up high.
- Mark Henry interviews Fuego del Sol and Miro ahead of their Car vs. Title main event match.
- The commentators run down the lineups for next week’s Grand Slam shows for Dynamite and Rampage.
- Miro and Fuego del Sol make their entrances for the main event. It’s Miro’s TNT title up against Fuego’s new car.
- Fuego del Sol fought his heart out but it just wasn’t enough. Miro was enraged that Fuego got in as much offense as he did, so he brutally finished him off with two kicks to the head to retain the TNT title and win del Sol’s car. (Miro defeats Fuego del Sol to retain the TNT title and win a car)
- Afterwards, Miro shoved the car keys in Fuego’s mouth and locked in his Game Over finisher.
- Sammy Guevara came out and saved his best friend from further damage. Miro left the ring, leaving Guevara standing tall and holding up Miro’s TNT title. It’s clear that Guevara wants to be the next TNT champion as the show goes off the air.