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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (June 10, 2022): Will Ospreay’s debut

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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 on tape from the Cable Dahmer Arena in Independence, Missouri (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 Will Ospreay & Aussie Open vs. FTR & Trent Beretta. This is Ospreay’s debut match in AEW.

Also set for tonight: Eddie Kingston vs. Jake Hager, Kris Statlander vs. Red Velvet, Satnam Singh’s debut match, HOOKhausen speaks, 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 JUNE 10

  • Rampage kicks off with Eddie Kingston vs. Jake Hager. Hager overpowers Kingston early on, putting him down with a back drop inside the ring. He works over Eddie’s shoulder in the middle of the ring. Kingston tries to come back with open hand slaps, but Hager drops him again with one blow. Eddie fires up and chops the hell out of Jake, putting him down to one knee. Eddie drives the flat of his boot to the side of Hager’s head as we go to break. Later in the fight, Kingston blasts Hager with machine gun chops in the corner. Hager comes back with a Vader Bomb, but it’s not enough to keep Eddie down for the count. Eddie is up and hits an exploder suplex. Hager finally gets Eddie in the ankle lock. Eddie is in anguish but makes it to the rope to break the hold. Eddie nails a desperation powerbomb on Jake. He then hits Jake with consecutive spinning backfists to put Hager down for the three count. Eddie Kingston defeats Jake Hager.
  • Tony Schiavone interviews Britt Baker backstage. She talks trash about Toni Storm. She finishes by saying the AEW women’s world championship misses Britt Baker.
  • Ortiz cuts a promo on Jericho ahead of next week’s Hair vs. Hair match.
  • Next up is Satnam Singh & Jay Lethal in tag team action against Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett. Singh hits the jobber with a knee lift. The other jobber runs in but Singh runs through them and flattens them both with a crossbody. He hold them both in place for Lethal to put them away with the Lethal Injection. Satnam Singh & Jay Lethal defeat Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett.
  • The heels continue to beat up the jobbers after the match is over.
  • There’s an interview with Danhausen. He and Hook bought new cars after winning their tag match. HOOK drives by and looks like a cool guy while saying nothing.
  • Now we have Kris Statlander vs. Red Velvet. Velvet tries to get the jump on Kris during her entrance, but Statlander catches her in a powerslam on the outside. She continues to overpower Red inside the ring, but Red turns a delayed vertical suplex into a chop block. Velvet targets Statlander’s surgically repaired knee as we go to break. Later in the fight, Kris nails a Blue Thunder Bomb, but Velvet kicks out of the pin attempt. Statlander destroys her with a roll through German suplex. Velvet trips Kris into the middle rope and then rams both knees into the back of her head. Kris takes Red’s best shot but it isn’t enough to keep her down. Statlander catches Velvet in Friday Night Fever for the win. Kris Statlander defeats Red Velvet.
  • Jade Cargill and The Baddies attack Statlander after the match. Anna Jay tries to make the save but the numbers are too much to overcome. Out comes Athena! She charges towards the ring but AEW officials catch her in mid air and hold her back. Cargill and Athena talk long distance trash at each other as the segment concludes.
  • Ethan Page cuts a promo on Miro ahead of next week’s All Atlantic Championship tournament match.
  • Mark Henry interviews Will Ospreay, Aussie Open, FTR, and Trent Beretta ahead of their main event trios match, which is next.
  • Ospreay goes right after Dax Harwood to kick things off. He backs Dax up into the corner and they exchange chops. Wheeler tags in. Ospreay get the better of him and tags in Kyle Fletcher. He takes Wheeler down and tags in Mark Davis. Davis throws Cash around. Trent tags himself in. Davis chops him down and tags in Ospreay. Trent spikes Will with a tornado DDT. That causes all six men to enter the ring. The action spills to the outside, with Trent landing a moonsault on Ospreay. It looks like Trent rolled his ankle on impact. He’s dominated by the heels through a commercial break before finally making the hot tag to Dax Harwood. Dax pummels everyone in sight, including a devastating short-arm clothesline on Ospreay. Cash tags in and powerbombs Fletcher. He puts Will down with a Manhattan Drop, but that allows Aussie Open to double team him. Ospreay nails Cash with a springboard 450 splash, but Trent makes the save on the pin attempt. Will hits the OsCutter, but Wheeler kicks out of the pin attempt. Ospreay is smashed into the steel ring steps. Trent nails Fletcher with a backdrop suplex. Ospreay counters Trent’s tornado DDT and then wipes out both members of FTR on the outside with a splash. Trent and Fletcher are left inside the ring. Trent hits Strong Zero for the three count. Trent Beretta & FTR defeat Will Ospreay & Aussie Open.
  • The commentators plug next week’s matches while the babyfaces celebrate in the ring.
  • That’s the end of the show, folks!