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 Friday night show comes our way live in Washington, D.C. from the Entertainment & Sports Arena.
Tonight’s card includes Jon Moxley’s first match since October 2021. Ethan Page is confident that he has what it takes to beat the former AEW world champion. In addition to that match, AEW is advertising a TBS championship bout. Jade Cargill will defend her belt against Anna Jay of the Dark Order. This is Cargill’s first title defense.
We’ll also see Trent Beretta take on Nick Jackson in a singles match. Finally, Taz is once again sending Hook. The cold-hearted, handsome devil will go one-on-one with Serpentico.
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.
Enjoy the show!
AEW RAMPAGE RESULTS FOR JAN. 21
- Rampage kicks off with Jon Moxley’s entrance. He’s taking on Ethan Page to start the show.
- Mox is super over with the audience. He and Page exchange blows early on. The story of first half of the match is about Moxley’s time away from the ring; Page is in better ring shape, and Mox is still adjusting to his timing in the ring with his new physique. Page gets Mox draped over the middle rope and lays fists into his jaw. He rams Moxley into the ringpost right before the commercial break. Later in the match, Moxley avoids the Ego’s Edge and comes back with multiple german suplexes. Both men are just slapping each other in the face in the middle of the ring. Moxley puts Page down with a lariat. Page avoids the Paradigm Shift and nails Mox with a brainbuster. Page hits a powerslam from the middle rope. Moxley kicks out of the pin and has a sudden violent outburst, with elbow and knee strikes to Page’s skull. He applies the bulldog choke. Page is choked out and the match is over. Jon Moxley defeats Ethan Page.
- After the match is over, Moxley hits Page with the Paradigm Shift while his entrance music is playing. As Moxley walks out of the venue, he crosses paths with Bryan Danielson! They stare each other down.
- Jurassic Express cuts an angry promo on Billy Gunn and his ass boys. They are going to stomp their heads into the ground for attacking Christian.
- Next up is Trent Beretta vs. Nick Jackson in a singles match. The story of the match still revolves around Trent’s vulnerable neck. Later in the fight, Trent executes a deadlift german suplex. Jackson tries to flip his way out of further danger, but Trent spears him on the outside. Trent follows up with a backdrop driver and a tornado DDT, but it’s not enough for the three count. Jackson comes back with a Canadian Destroyer and clubbing blows. Jackson continues with a rising knee strike and a bulldog. Trent is able to spring up for a lariat and piledriver. Jackson kicks out of the pin attempt. Jackson counters another piledriver attempt. He hits a Swanton bomb and a 450 splash, but Trent somehow kicks out of the pin. Trent avoids a superkick and catches Jackson in Strong Zero for the win. Trent Beretta defeats Nick Jackson.
- Mercedes Martinez cuts a promo on Thunder Rosa.
- Hook vs. Serpentico is up next.
- Serpentico doesn’t even have time to take off his pre-match gear and streamers. Hook flips him over and takes him down while the crowd cheers him on. It doesn’t take much time after that for Hook to lock in the Redrum for the tapout victory. Hook defeats Serpentico.
- QT Marshall comes out talking trash in Hook’s face. Hook wont tolerate that shit and lays out QT as well.
- Mark Henry interviews Jade Cargill and Anna Jay ahead of their TBS Championship match, which is up next.
- Jay was confident that she’d be able to apply her Queen Slayer choke on Cargill, and she eventually does, but they are tied up in the ropes when it happens, interrupting the hold. She puts Jade down with a Flatliner. Mark Sterling distracts Jay and eats a brainbuster from John Silver for his troubles. Jay avoids Jaded and turns it into the Queen Slayer choke in the middle of the ring. Cargill powers her way up and rams Jay into the corner. Anna goes for the move one more time but Cargill breaks the grip of her hands. Cargill follows up with a one arm powerbomb and then puts Anna away with Jaded. Jade Cargill defeats Anna Jay to retain the TBS championship.
- Cargill celebrates her perfect 25-0 record as Rampage goes off the air.