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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (June 17, 2022): Jon Moxley vs. Dante Martin

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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 Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, 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 Road Rager card features Darby Allin vs. Bobby Fish in the main event.

Also set for tonight: Jon Moxley vs. Dante Martin, Jade Cargill vs. Willow Nightingale for the TBS title, Max Caster & Gunn Clubb vs. Bear Country & Leon Ruffin, we’ll hear from Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland, 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 Jon Moxley’s entrance. He’s taking on Dante Martin in a singles match.
  • Moxley isn’t interested in shaking Martin’s hand at the start of the match. Commentators discuss a potential Bryan Danielson vs. Zack Sabre Jr. match at Forbidden Door. Mox is the better grappler in the early going, keeping Martin grounded with a side headlock. Dante strings together combination kicks and puts Mox down with a dropkick. Dante makes the mistake of trading chops with Moxley, so Mox puts him down hard and fast as we go to break. Mox is stretching Dante out later in the fight. Dante is able to escape and take to the skies, crashing down onto Mox with a crossbody. He almost scores an upset win with an avalanche sliced bread. Dante walks into a massive lariat from Mox. Jon is hammering down with elbows across Dante’s jaw. Mox wraps him up and forces Martin to tap out. Jon Moxley defeats Dante Martin.
  • Tony Schiavone interviews Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee backstage. Swerve tries to make nice with Keith, who is upset with him for eliminating him in the Battle Royal last week. Powerhouse Hobbs and Ricky Starks interrupt to talk some trash.
  • There’s a promo hyping up Malakai Black vs. Penta Oscuro in the All-Atlantic title tournament next week.
  • Max Caster is out rapping. He mentions the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and makes a joke about being forced to sign an NDA. Anthony Bowens comes out for the scissor party with Billy Gunn and the Ass Boys.
  • It’s Max Caster & Ass Boys vs. Bear Country and Leon Ruffin. There’s a three way scissor party in the ring with Caster and the Ass Boys. The match doesn’t last long at all. Caster puts Ruffin away with a elbow drop from the top rope. Max Caster & Ass Boys defeat Bear Country & Leon Ruffin.
  • HOOK is interviewed backstage but he says nothing. Danhausen shows up and says HOOK will destroy an NJPW prospect next week on Rampage.
  • Next up is Jade Cargill vs. Willow Nightingale for the TBS championship. Commentator Chris Jericho says Cargill is the Sports Entertainer of the Week. Nightingale tries for the pounce but eats a pump kick for her troubles. She rolls to the outside, where Kiera Hogan puts the boots to her when the ref isn’t looking. After the break, Nightingale lands a cannonball senton in the corner on Jade. Cargill comes back with a facebuster and then puts the challenger away with Jaded. Jade Cargill defeats Willow Nightingale and retains the TBS title.
  • Kiera Hogan attacks Nightingale after the match. Athena shows up and takes out Hogan, but that gives Cargill an opening to get a hold of Athena. Before she can nail her with Jaded, though, Kris Statlander runs in and makes the save.
  • There’s a promo with Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh, and Sonjay Dutt talking trash about Samoa Joe.
  • Mark Henry interviews Darby Allin and Bobby Fish (with Kyle O’Reilly) ahead of their main event match, which is next. Darby vows to break Bobby’s leg by the end of the night.
  • Darby takes Fish out with his crazy suicide dive in the early-going, but Fish comes back with multiple dragon screws that send Darby’s neck into the guard rail. Later in the fight, Darby hits Code Red but it isn’t enough for the three count. Fish rolls to the outside, but Darby catches him in the chin with a Coffin Drop. Fish regains the upperhand and is working over Darby’s left leg. He applies a standing ankle lock on the apron and transitions it into a nasty German suplex. Fish lands an avalanche falcon arrow. Darby kicks out of the pin attempt. Fish grabs the ankle, but Darby counters it into the Last Supper for the win. Darby Allin defeats Bobby Fish.
  • Fish calls Kyle O’Reilly down after the match for a beatdown on Darby. KOR comes down with a chair, but the lights go out! The lights are back and Sting is there! He nails KOR in the balls with the baseball bat and takes his chair. Darby then uses the chair to pillmanize Fish’s leg with a Coffin Drop. Sting is back, Fish’s leg might be broken, and KOR is holding his nuts in pain as Rampage goes off the air.

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