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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (May 6, 2022): Storm & Soho vs. Baker & Hayter

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Here’s a place to check results and comment along with a new episode of AEW Rampage, airing tonight at a special start time of 5:30 pm ET on TNT.

The latest edition of AEW’s Friday show comes our way on tape from Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena in Baltimore, Maryland (spoilers are here, if you’re interested - and if you are and chose to discuss them in the comments, please use the spoiler tag).

Tonight’s card features Konosuke Takeshita vs. Jay Lethal in the main event.

Also set for tonight: Toni Storm & Ruby Soho vs. Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter, HOOK vs. JD Drake, Riho returns to face Yuka Sakazaki in a qualifying match for the Owen Hart tournament, and more!

Come right back here at 5:30 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 Toni Storm & Ruby Soho vs. Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter in a tag team match.
  • The crowd is chanting “Pittsburgh sucks.” Britt Baker gets the advantage over Ruby Soho, but Ruby slips out of Air Raid Crash. Storm tags in and takes it to Britt, stomping her in the corner. Baker lures her in and drops Toni face first into the corner buckle as we go to commercial. Later in the fight, Storm smashes Baker’s face into the corner with a running hip attack. Things break down with all four women in the ring. Baker manages to land Air Raid Crash this time on Storm. Both women get to their feet, exchanging blows in the middle of the ring. Baker gets Storm down trying for Lockjaw. Storm turns it into a pin attempt of her own, and then a German Suplex. Reba causes a distraction, allowing Baker and Hayter to double team Toni with a butterfly suplex and stomp into the mat. Ruby Soho breaks up the pin attempt. Storm then turns the tables and rolls up Baker for the three count. Toni Storm & Ruby Soho defeat Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter.
  • Eddie Kingston calls in to the show with a message for Chris Jericho. What Jericho did to him with the fireball made his wife cry, so now he’s going to make Chris feel that same fear and pain.
  • Tony Nese demands a match against Danhausen next week.
  • HOOK vs. JD Drake is next. HOOK takes him down and locks him up, leading to a rope break. Drake chops HOOK. HOOK demands one more and counters it with a headbutt. HOOK gets Drake up for a suplex. HOOK counters a choke attempt and turns it into Redrum for the win. HOOK defeats JD Drake.
  • Danhausen comes out with a mic and suggests he might need some help to thwart Mark Sterling when he faces Tony Nese. The crowd chants HOOK-Hausen. Danhausen asks HOOK to be in his corner for the match and offers a handshake. Danhausen makes the mistake of encouraging HOOK by putting his hands on him. HOOK shoves Danhausen down. Danhausen leaves a birthday gift for HOOK. It’s a bag of chips with a bow on it. HOOK picks it up but then drops it and leaves.
  • FTR cuts a babyface promo. Dax Harwood is damned if he’ll let Adam Cole beat him in the Owen Hart tournament next week. Dax has to win it all because it means so much to him.
  • Next up is Riho vs. Yuka Sakazaki in a qualifying match for the Owen Hart Foundation tournament. Riho takes it to Yuka with a running knee in the corner. Riho runs into a boot and then eats a dropkick from Yuka. She follows up with a cannonball senton on the outside to take out Riho as we go to commercial. Later in the fight, Riho counters Yuka’s splash by getting her knees up. Riho dumps Yuka on the back of her head with a dragon suplex. She follows up with a diving knee strike, but Yuka kicks out of the pin attempt at the last second. Riho goes up top. Yuka beats her to the punch and plants Riho face first down to the mat. Yuka may have knocked herself loopy on impact too. The strike each other with elbows in the middle of the ring. Riho counters Yuka’s final elbow strike and takes her down for the pin. Riho defeats Yuka Sakazaki and qualifies for the women’s Owen Hart tournament.
  • Shawn Spears cuts a promo saying he’s Wardlow’s kryptonite, setting up a match.
  • Dan Lambert and Men of the Year are in the ring. Lambert heels the Baltimore crowd with a joke about crabs. Ethan Page is sick of Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti making out. The mixed tag match is off. Frankie Kazarian comes out talking shit on Page and Lambert. But he believes in Scorpio Sky. However, he wants Sky to follow through on his word and give him a shot at the TNT title. Sky cuts a babyface promo. He wants to bring prestige back to the title. The days of the title getting passed around like Tay Conti backstage are over. That means Lambert needs to stop wearing his own version of the title. Sky will be a fighting champion and he is giving Kazarian his match next week.
  • Jungle Boy and Ricky Starks brawl at the commentary table. Boy lays him out and holds up the FTW title, teasing that he’ll win it when he faces Starks on Dynamite next week.
  • Mark Henry interviews Konosuke Takeshita and Jay Lethal ahead of their main event match, which is up next.
  • Late in the fight, Takeshita destroys Lethal with a wound up lariat from the top rope. Lethal recovers and gets him in a figure four leglock. Takeshita breaks the hold and hits a brainbuster for a near fall. Lethal counters a discus lariat. Konosuke dodges Lethal Injection and hits him with a jumping knee, but the ref is distracted by Sonjay Dutt and can’t count the fall. Lethal is dropped with a blow to the jaw. Jay kicks him in the knee. He rolls him up. Takeshita kicks out of it, but Jay springs right into the ropes and nails him with Lethal Injection for the win. Jay Lethal defeats Konosuke Takeshita.
  • The heels beat up Konosuke after the match. The Best Friends come out for the save. Satnam Singh obliterates Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta.Orange Cassidy stares down the big man. Out comes Samoa Joe with a pipe! A bunch of security and staff hold Joe back before he hits the ring. The show goes off the air with the heels and Joe jawing at each other with officials pushing Joe away from the ring.

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