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 on tape from the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Connecticut (spoilers are here, if you’re interested - and if you are and chose to discuss them in the comments, please use the spoiler tag).
The main attractions on tonight’s card are Sammy Guevara defending the TNT title against Andrade El Idolo, a contract signing between Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa, and Orange Cassidy vs. Anthony Bowens in a Face of the Revolution qualifying match.
We’ll also see Serena Deeb’s five minute rookie challenge, 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!
AEW RAMPAGE RESULTS FOR FEB. 25
- There’s no time for entrances; Rampage kicks off with Sammy Guevara and Andrade already in the ring for their TNT title match.
- Guevara has the early momentum, keeping the match at a fast pace and landing a running Spanish Fly on the challenger. Guevara attempts a double springboard move, but Andrade pushes him off the top rope, sending Sammy crashing into the barricade outside the ring. Later in the match, Andrade jumps over the top rope and lands an apron DDT on Guevara on the way down. Guevara recovers and manages to nail another Spanish Fly, this time from the top rope. Both men are on their knees exchanging blows in the middle of the ring. Matt Hardy removes the top turnbuckle pad when the ref isn’t looking. Andrade rolls Guevara up and goes for the pin with his foot on the ropes, but Sammy kicks out. Andrade and Sammy climb to the top rope, where Andrade clasps his hands for the hammerlock DDT. Sammy wiggles out of it and trips Andrade, sending him head first into the exposed buckle. Guevara follows up with the double springboard cutter for the win. Sammy Guevara defeats Andrade El Idolo to retain the TNT championship.
- Hardy and Private Party attack Guevara after the match. Darby Allin and Sting run out for the save. The commentators suggest this is Sting and Darby’s way of accepting the trios match (with Guevara) against AHFO at Revolution.
- QT Marshall comes out talking trash about Hook. He’s the one who trained Hook and taught him about respect. QT takes credit for all of Hook’s success. He calls out Hook and threatens to stretch him out in front of his daddy. Hook comes out to answer the call. QT sends some Nightmare Factory students to rush him. Hook beats all their asses without breaking a sweat and walks away.
- Men of the Year and Dan Lambert are backstage with a promo about Scorpio Sky deserving a TNT title shot. Lambert spoke to Tony Khan and promises that Sky will get a title shot before the winner of the Face of the Revolution Ladder match does. Ethan Page assures Scorpio that Lambert’s word is good.
- Next up is Wardlow vs. Nick Comoroto. Most of the match takes place in the commercial break. They return to television in time for Warlow to unleash the Powerbomb Symphony (four bombs) and get the pin. Wardlow defeats Nick Comoroto.
- Shawn Spears has some words for Wardlow after the match. Aaron Solo dives into the picture, and he is taken out. Spears grabs a mic and tells Wardlow the Powerbomb Symphony isn’t working. It’s not getting over. He tells Wardlow to get back to basics and “no more powerbombs.” Spears hugs Wardlow. The fans want Wardlow to powerbomb this idiot.
- Next up is Serena Deeb’s five minute challenge against Kayla Sparks. Deeb attacks with uppercuts early on and is trying to tear Kayla’s knees apart around the corner buckle. Deeb now targets the arm and then puts her prey away with the Serenity Lock. Serena Deeb defeats Kayla Sparks.
- Now we have a contract signing between Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa for their AEW women’s world championship match at Revolution on Mar. 6. Rosa curses out Baker and signs the contract. Baker says the only time Thunder is relevant is when her name is included in the same sentence as Britt Baker. DMD talks about their Lights Out match from last year. Rosa won the match, but Baker is the one who everyone was talking about afterwards. Baker is the one who got the spoils of the match in the form of new merch. Baker says Rosa is jealous because will never be the face of AEW. Britt signs the contract. Rosa immediately dives across the table onto Baker. Jamie Hayter comes to the aid of Baker, but Mercedes Martinez shows up and puts Hayter through the table. Rosa holds up Baker’s belt.
- Mark Henry interviews Orange Cassidy and Anthony Bowens ahead of their Face of the Revolution qualifying match, which is up next.
- Max Caster ends his entrance rap by giving Orange Cassidy a chance to deliver his own rap. Cassidy says “Yo” a couple times, puts his hands in his pockets, and does the lazy kicks. The Acclaimed attack, but Cassidy and Wheeler Yuta get the better of them. Cassidy then finishes his rap by saying “Word to your mother.” The match goes as you would expect. Cassidy hits a Michinoku Driver late in the bout. He takes out both members of The Acclaimed with a dive on the outside. The heels try to use some distraction chicanery with a boombox, but it doesn’t work out so well. Caster is up to no good, wrapping a chain around his fist, but he is thwarted by Danhausen. Cassidy finishes off Bowens with an Orange Punch. Orange Cassidy defeats Anthony Bowens and qualifies for the Face of the Revolution ladder match.
- That’s the end of the show!