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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (Oct. 21, 2022): Three title matches

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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 from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida.

Tonight’s episode features The Acclaimed defending the AEW world tag team titles against the Varsity Athletes (Tony Nese & Josh Woods). If Max Caster & Anthony Bowens win, Mark Sterling loses his trademark on the phrase “scissor me.”

Also advertised: Orange Cassidy vs. RUSH vs. 10 for the AEW All-Atlantic championship, HOOK puts the FTW title on the line against Ari Daivari, Willow Nightingale vs. Penelope Ford, Jade Cargill will hijack the show if Nyla Rose doesn’t return the TBS title, 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.

Enjoy the show!


  • Rampage kicks off with The Acclaimed vs. Varsity Athletes, AEW tag team titles vs. “Scissor me” trademark. Max Caster mentions Tuesday’s ratings win during his entrance rap. Mark Sterling tries to scissor with Tony Nese and Josh Woods before the bell rings, but he gets beat up by Caster and Anthony Bowens.
  • The Acclaimed defeat Varsity Athletes to retain the AEW world tag team titles and win the “scissor me” trademark from Mark Sterling. Daddy Ass entered the ring at one point and was ejected from ringside by the referee, prompting chants of “bullshit” by the audience. Nese seemed to whiff on his part of his team’s combo finish. Bowens recovered to set Nese up for Caster’s mic drop elbow for the win.
  • Mark Sterling refused to hand the “scissor me” trademark document over to them, so Daddy Ass ran back out and forced him into the ring. Caster and Bowens stomp Mark’s nuts. Bowens hits the “scissor me timbers” leg drop from the top rope. The trio finally get to scissor again. Excalibur remarks that Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed will be scissoring all night long.
  • Leila Grey (of The Baddies) is replacing Penelope Ford (who is hurt) in tonight’s match with Willow Nightingale. This is part of a deal that Jade Cargill brokered to get back her TBS title.
  • Ortiz and the Lucha Bros try to talk some sense into Eddie Kingston backstage. They don’t want him to lose his temper and lose his job. PAC shows up and pushes Eddie’s buttons.
  • HOOK defeats Ari Daivari to retain the FTW title. The commentators note that HOOK is undefeated at 12-0, and none of his opponents have lasted more than five minutes. Daivari offers HOOK a bunch of cash in exchange for the FTW title. HOOK laughs him off and the violence begins. Ari’s butler tries to distract HOOK, giving Daivari an opening to land a superkick on HOOK. It doesn’t do Ari much good. HOOK catches him in Redrum on the ring apron, drags him over the top rope with the hold still intact, and chokes him out in the middle of the ring for the win. HOOK chokes out the butler with Redrum after the match.
  • The Firm control Matt Hardy’s contract and book him for a match on Dark: Elevation. Hardy stuns them by rapping in response to the news.
  • Willow Nightingale defeats Leila Grey. Willow controls the early portion of the match with some clotheslines and a scoop slam. Kiera Hogan takes her out with a thrust kick on the outside. Despite the Baddies’ best efforts, Willow came back and scored the win with the Dr. Bomb.
  • Tony Schiavone enters the ring and announces that Nightingale is All Elite. Cargill comes out with a chair, and Willow leaves the ring. Jade sits on the chair in the middle of the ring and demands that Nyla Rose return her belt within 10 seconds. As her count gets close to zero, Nyla Rose, Vickie Guerrero, and Marina Shafir appear on the video screen. They are in Jade’s car with the TBS title. They drive off, stealing Jade’s car and her title. Cargill refuses to leave the ring. Skidmark security tries to remove her, so she kicks their asses and makes her leave.
  • They air the video from last night with RUSH, 10, and Orange Cassidy that set up tonight’s All-Atlantic title main event match between all three men. Tony Khan’s cameo is excluded from the video.
  • Mark Henry tries to interview them before their main event match, but Orange Cassidy once again interrupts Mark’s routine.
  • Orange Cassidy defeats RUSH and 10 to retain the AEW All-Atlantic championship. RUSH was choking out Cassidy with a cable in the first part of the fight, leading Jim Ross to wonder if the no DQ rules of a triple threat match should be revised. Late in the match, Cassidy dodges 10’s discus lariat and countered with Beach Break. Jose broke up the pin fall attempt. Danhausen came out to neutralize Jose. 10 planted RUSH with a spinebuster in the center of the ring. He blasted Cassidy with the discus lariat, but RUSH broke up the pin. RUSH twists 10’s mask around to blind him but turns around into an Orange punch. Cassidy goes for Beach Break on 10, who is still struggling with his mask, and sits down on him for the pin.
  • RUSH has a staredown with 10 after the match. Brodie Lee Jr. comes out. 10 picks him up and walks off with him. Cassidy celebrates in the ring.
  • As the show goes off the air, there is an “In Memoriam” spot for Brian Muster, AEW’s lead engineer who tragically died this week.

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