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 DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts (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 Ruby Soho vs. Anna Jay in the main event.
Also set for tonight: Orange Cassidy & Best Friends vs. Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt, and Satnam Singh, Matt Sydal vs. Lee Moriarty, Leon Ruffin vs. Ethan Page, ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli addresses the fans, 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 JULY 29
- Rampage kicks off with Orange Cassidy & Best Friends vs. Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh & Sonjay Dutt.
- The match starts out with Jay Lethal and Trent Beretta going back and forth. Orange Cassidy tags in and demands Satnam Singh. Dutt tags in instead, wrestling in dress clothes. Cassidy does the hands in the pockets and lazy kicks, leading to Singh tagging in. The big man puts OC down with one chop. Best Friends try to take him out, but to no avail. Jay Lethal tags in and puts the boots to the babyfaces as we go to break. Later in the fight, Best Friends drop Singh with a double dropkick low. They do the hug but step right into a double Lethal Injection. Orange and Dutt tag back in. Cassidy puts him away with the Orange punch. Orange Cassidy & Best Friends defeat Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh & Sonjay Dutt.
- Satnam Singh attacks Orange Cassidy after the match and holds him in place for a Lethal Injection. Out comes Wardlow! He stares down all three heels in the ring. Sonjay talks his men back and they leave the ring.
- There’s a video package hyping up FTR, recapping their win over The Briscoes at Death Before Dishonor.
- Next up is Ethan Page vs. Leon Ruff. This is a rematch from Dark. Page runs him over with a shoulder tackle. He tosses Ruffin around the ring like a rag doll. Stokely Hathway is watching on from the back. Page destroys Ruffin with the Ego’s Edge for the quick win. Ethan Page defeats Leon Ruffin.
- There’s a backstage segment where QT Marshall and his cronies offers Cole Karter a spot in The Factory. QT’s gonna let him sleep on it, but not with the fishes.
- Now it’s Matt Sydal vs. Lee Moriarty. Lee teases Matt a bit. They shake hands, but Moriarty headbutts him during the shake .Lee goes to work on Sydal’s arm. Matt comes back with a knee to the jaw as we go to break. Later in the fight, Stokely Hathaway makes his way towards the ring. Sydal is distracted and slaps Stokely around. Moriarty drops Matt on his balls. He pummels Sydal in the jaw and stretches him out in the center of the ring. Sydal taps out. Lee Moriarty defeats Matt Sydal.
- After the match, Moriarty continues wrenching at the neck of Sydal. Stokely gets in the ring and offers Lee his business card. Lee Moriarty accepts it and shows off his muscles.
- Britt Baker cuts a promo on ThunderStorm. She tries to tease dissension between them before saying she’ll see them next week.
- New ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli comes out with William Regal for an interview in the ring with Tony Schiavone. The crowd chants “You deserve it!” before he can get a word out. Claudio thanks the fans for always being there for him. He asks ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta to come on out. Yuta joins him in the ring, and the crowd chants “Yuta!” Chris Jericho is sick of this and interrupts. He says the only thing Claudio deserves is his boot in his ass. Yuta talks shit back at Chris. He says he can beat Jericho. Jericho scoffs at his claim. The fans and everyone in the ring agree that Yuta can beat Jericho, which sets Chris off. Jericho challenges Yuta to a match on Dynamite. Yuta declines, saying he knows he can beat Chris and doesn’t need the match. Chris loses his mind and ups the ante, putting his title shot at Quake by the Lake against Jon Moxley on the line if Yuta can beat him. Yuta agrees to the condition and the match, and it’s official.
- There’s a music video from The Acclaimed trashing all over the Ass Boys and Daddy Ass. They announce a Dumpster match between the two teams on Dynamite next week.
- Mark Henry interviews Ruby Soho and Anna Jay ahead of their main event match, which is up next. Ruby calls Anna an entitled little shit. Anna says she will choke Ruby out.
- It’s announced that Claudio Castagnoli will defend the ROH world title against Konosuke Takeshita at Battle of the Belts III on Aug. 6.
- Anna Jay defeats Ruby Soho. Jay targeted Soho’s injured wrist throughout the match, removing the brace at one point. Soho rolled out of the Queenslayer choke and hit No Future, but Jay kicked out of the pin fall. Ruby missed a top rope senton, leading to Jay choking her out with Ruby’s own cast (the ref didn’t see it).
- That’s the end of the show, folks!