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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (July 22, 2022): Fyter Fest Week 2

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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 Gas South Arena in Duluth, 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 Jay Lethal vs. Christopher Daniels in the main event.

Also set for tonight: Hangman Page & John Silver vs. The Butcher & The Blade, Lee Moriarty vs. Dante Martin, Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter in action, a rap battle between Max Caster and Austin Gunn, 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 Hangman Page & John Silver vs. The Butcher & The Blade.
  • Hangman tags in early on and wipes out both men with a suicide dive and flying lariat. The Blade is a thinking man and gets his team back in with a referee distraction. The Blade is busted open on the side of the head coming out of the commercial break. The heels double team Silver for a bit until Page finally tags back in. Blade prevents Page’s first attempt at the Buckshot Lariat by grabbing Page’s leg on the outside. Silver neutralizes Blade, allowing Page to hit the Buckshot this time on Butcher for the win. Hangman Page & John Silver defeat The Butcher & The Blade.
  • Wheeler Yuta and Daniel Garcia cut (pre-taped) promos hyping up their ROH Pure title match at Death Before Dishonor.
  • Claudio Castagnoli is in the ring for a promo. He knows he’s never won a world title, but that’s going to change at Death Before Dishonor. Jonathan Gresham’s foundation is going to crack because he made the mistake of tugging on Superman’s cape. I’m Claudio goddamn Castagnoli, your new Ring of Honor world champion.
  • There’s a Wardlow video package. He’s going to beat the shit out of the AEW locker room, the ROH locker room, and any other locker room. Welcome to Wardlow’s World.
  • Lee Moriarty defeats Dante Martin. Stokely Hathaway came out to watch the back half of the match, clapping for Moriarty. Moriarty picked up the win on a roll up by grabbing the ropes without the referee noticing. After the match, Matt Sydal rips Lee on the mic for cheating to win and says he’ll kick Lee’s ass next week. Stokely offers Lee his business card while he’s walking away, but Lee doesn’t accept it.
  • Serena Deeb and Mercedes Martinez cut (pre-taped) promos hyping up their ROH women’s title match at Death Before Dishonor.
  • Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter defeat Ashley D’Amboise & Skye Blue. This was a relatively quick win for the heels. After Blue was dominated for most of the fight, Baker got the tap out victory with Lockjaw on D’Amboise. Rebel was ringside carrying a sandbag for this one.
  • Lil Scrappy is here to judge a Rap Battle between The Acclaimed and the Gunn Club. Austin Gunn isn’t scared of one of Bobby Lashley’s sisters. He rips on Max Caster’s dad and makes some jokes about tight ends and wide receivers. The Gunn Club finish their rap by giving them two words, suck it. Caster responds with his own trash talk. Gunn says John Cena wants his gimmick back. Caster refers to “The One” Billy Gunn. Sex and pot are mentioned. Caster goes for the kill by implying the Gunns aren’t a draw. Austin Gunn is choking and out of material. He says he isn’t an Ass Boy. The judge says The Acclaimed win. A brawl breaks out. The Gunn Club has the numbers advantage and put Catser down with a garbage can to the head.
  • Mark Henry interviews Jay Lethal and Christopher Daniels ahead of their main event match, which is up next.
  • Jay Lethal defeats Christopher Daniels. Lethal teased going for the Muscle Buster late in the fight, but Daniels fought out of it. Lethal tried for a figure four leglock, but that was countered into a roll-up for a near fall. Daniels dodges the first Lethal Injection, but he can’t avoid the second attempt, leading to his loss. After the match, Satnam Singh gorilla slams Daniels on the outside of the ring. Lethal puts Daniels to sleep. The show fades to black with the heels standing tall and gloating.

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