Here’s a place to check results and comment along with a new episode of AEW Rampage, airing tonight at its 10 pm ET regular start time on TNT.
The Oct. 27 edition of Rampage comes our way on tape from Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (spoilers are here, if you’re interested - and if you are and choose to discuss them in the comments, please use the spoiler tag).
Tonight’s show features a 4-way women’s match between Willow Nightingale, Skye Blue, Abadon, and Anna Jay. The winner earns an AEW women’s world championship match against Hikaru Shida on this weekend’s Collision.
Also on the card: Mike Santana vs. Ortiz, Kyle Fletcher vs. Konosuke Takeshita, we’ll hear from MJF and Kenny Omega, 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 OCT. 27
- Mike Santana defeats Ortiz. This match has no count outs or disqualifications. Ortiz fires away on Santana’s surgically-repaired knee with kendo stick strikes early on. Santana wipes him out with a moonsault to the floor below. Ortiz powerbombs Santana through a table on the outside. Santana suplexes Ortiz off the ring apron to the floor onto a couple of chairs going into the commercial break. They continue beating the hell out of each other and trading blows in the middle of the ring. Santana rocks Ortiz with a discus lariat and puts him away with a modified powerbomb for the three count.
- Santana tries to fist bumb Ortiz after the match, but Ortiz does not reciprocate. Sonjay Dutt enters the ring (after Santana leaves) and is talking to Ortiz as the show moves on to the next segment.
- There is a hype video for the AEW world championship match tomorrow night on Collision between MJF and Kenny Omega. MJF says calling it a dream match is an understatement. Omega says MJF is the future of the industry, but Omega is still here today. Jay White interrupts Omega’s promo and wishes his broken body good luck on Saturday. Meanwhile, Don Callis interrupts MJF with an offer to work with his family. MJF tells him to take a hike and says it looks like he has a vagina on his forehead.
- Kris Statlander is talking backstage with Willow Nightingale and Skye Blue. Kris and Willow are both concerned about Blue’s recent behavior. Skye says she is fine and Willow should instead be focused on their match tonight.
- Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford are in the ring shit-talking Philadelphia sports teams. Mark Briscoe’s music hits and he’s back from injury! Kip says Mark has as many teeth as the Eagles have Super Bowl rings. Briscoe punches him in the face and clotheslines Sabian out of the ring.
- Anna Jay tells the other former members of the Jericho Appreciation Society that she needs them all in her corner tonight. Don Callis interrupts and says if Daddy Magic and Jake Hager take care of Omega and Jericho for him, he’ll take care of them. Daniel Garcia is sickened by Don’s presence. Meanwhile, Ruby Soho finds Angelo Parker to return his lost property. He tries to empathize with her following her loss on Dynamite, but she isn’t really in the mood for it and walks off.
- Abadon defeats Willow Nightingale, Anna Jay, and Skye Blue in a 4-way match. Toni Storm makes her entrance early on to watch the match from the ramp with her butler Luther. Willow hits the pounce and spinebuster on Jay late in the fight. Skye goes after her friend Willow to break up the pin fall. Skye rams Willow shoulder-first into the ring post. Ann and Skye double-team Abadon. Anna locks in the Queenslayer on Anna. Skye superkicks Anna to break the hold. Willow drags Skye out of the ring. Abadon hits her finish on Anna Jay in the ring for the pin fall win.
- As a result of her win, Abadon will now challenge Hikaru Shida for the AEW women’s world championship tomorrow on Collision.
- Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed have been trios champions for 61 days. They are going to celebrate 69 Day as champions next Saturday on Collision. Max Caster wants to invite MJF to get 69’d by them.
- There was a press conference hyping up next week’s AEW International championship match between Orange Cassidy and Claudio Castagnoli. We’ll see what went down there tomorrow on Collision.
- Konosuke Takeshita defeats Kyle Fletcher. Don Callis joins the commentary team, with Powerhouse Hobbs standing guard by him. Callis says Fletcher is too nice and needs an edge. Konosuke blocks a bodyslam late in the match. Both men trade blows in the middle of the ring. Takeshita blasts Fletcher with a poisonrana and lariat. Kyle comes back with a brainbuster for a near fall that has Callis frantic. Takeshita plunges Kyle’s body down to the mat from the buckles for a near fall. Konosuke hits the wheelbarrow suplex and puts Fletcher away with the knee to the face for the pin.
- The Don Callis family celebrates in the ring afterwards. Fletcher comes back in with a steel chair and angrily smashes both Takeshita and Hobbs in the back with it. Hobbs grabs Kyle by the throat ready to kill him, but Callis breaks it up. He says the hate in Kyle’s eyes is exactly what he wanted to see, and seemingly welcomes Fletcher into the Don Callis family.
- That’s the end of the show, folks!