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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (July 15, 2022): Fyter Fest Week 1

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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 Enmarket Arena in Savannah, Georgia (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 episode features Lucha Bros vs. Private Party in the main event.

Also set for tonight: Jonathan Gresham defends the ROH world title against Lee Moriarty, Athena & Kris Statlander vs. the Renegade twins, House of Black vs. Dark Order, we hear from the Gunn Club, 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 House of Black (Malakai Black & Brody King) vs. Dark Order (John Silver & Alex Reynolds).
  • House of Black defeats Dark Order. The babyfaces put up a hell of a fight and almost put Brody King away with double team offense, but Malakai dove across three quarters of the ring to break up the pin. The heels isolated the Dark Order members and won the match with King’s Inferno.
  • After the match, Darby Allin dives onto House of Black and a brawl breaks out. Sting comes out and has an intense staredown with Malakai Black while Allin and King continue to go at it.
  • There’s a pre-taped Miro promo where he’s talking about his God and going after the House of Black.
  • Next up is Jonathan Gresham (w/ Tully Blanchard Enterprises) defending the ROH world championship against Lee Moriarty (w/ Matt Sydal).
  • Commentary points out that Gresham’s weakness is his chin and jaw, and that’s where Moriarty is targeting his strikes early on. Gresham gets back in the fight with a low blow when the ref’s back is turned. Later in the fight, Gresham puts Moriarty away with the octopus stretch for the tap out victory. Jonathan Gresham defeats Lee Moriarty to retain the ROH world championship.
  • Tony Schiavone interviews Gresham after the match. The champ says he’s the best technical wrestler in the world. Claudio Castagnoli interrupts the scene. He doesn’t say anything, but commentary hypes up the possibility of Claudio winning the ROH world title for the first time in his career.
  • Christopher Daniels issues a warning to Jay Lethal.
  • Athena & Kris Statlander defeat the Renegade twins. This was a quick, squash win for the babyfaces. Athena gets the fall with her top rope cutter.
  • Leila Grey hits the ring after the match and pays the price. Jade Cargill and Kiera Hogan rush the ring and take out Athena and Statlander, saving Grey from a beating.
  • Stokely Hathaway finds Lee Moriarty backstage and tries to lure him away from Matt Sydal. Sydal tells Hathaway to take a hike. Sydal then books Moriarty vs. Dante Martin next week on Rampage. Moriarty and Martin shake hands.
  • The Ass family is in the ring to explain their recent actions. Daddy Ass likes the Acclaimed, but he had to drop the hammer for his Ass boys. Out come Max Caster and Anthony Bowens. There’s no rap this time, they are here to fight. Billy Gunn offers a truce, requesting that Bowens scissor him. Gunn eats a punch to the jaw. The Ass family runs away after a brief exchange in the ring. Caster raps about Billy Gunn’s small penis. Bowens gets the fans to chant Ass Boys. The Ass Boys don’t take the bait, and won’t give them a match tonight.
  • Claudio Castagnoli vs. Jonathan Gresham for the ROH world title is made official for Death Before Dishonor on July 23.
  • Mark Henry interviews Lucha Bros and Private Party (w/ Andrade) ahead of their main event match. There’s some tension between Private Party and Andrade.
  • Lucha Bros defeat Private Party. The finish came after managers from both sides got into it at ringside. RUSH ran in while the ref was distracted and attacked Penta from behind. However, the babyfaces were able to recover, and Fenix won the match with the Black Fire Driver.
  • That’s the end of the show, folks!

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