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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (Nov. 10, 2023): FTR vs. Vikingo & Komander

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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 Nov. 10 edition of Rampage comes our way live from Oakland Arena in Oakland, California.

Advertised for tonight: FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler) takes on Komander and El Hijo del Vikingo in a tag team match.

Nothing else is advertised as of this writing, but AEW’s Full Gear pay-per-view is a little over one week away, so the show will likely include some segments to advance feuds on that card.

This is the rare episode of Rampage that is actually airing live, so there are no spoilers this time.

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 Ricky Starks (accompanied by Big Bill) vs. Preston Vance (accompanied by Jose).
  • Ricky Starks defeats Preston Vance. Starks recovers from taking a pump kick to the face early on, and he takes control of the match shortly thereafter. Starks even takes a break to do commentary for a few seconds before suplexing Vance on the ramp outside going into the commercial break. Later in the match, Vance goes on a roll with multiple lariats, but Starks counters the discus lariat into a tornado DDT for a near fall. Vance gets back in it and tries to lock in the full nelson, but Starks counters it into another near fall. Big Bill jumps on the apron to distract Vance when the referee’s back is turned, leading to Starks spinning Vance and scoring the pin fall win.
  • Ricky and Big attack Vance after the match, which causes Rush and Dralistico to run in for the save. Starks and Bill grab the AEW world tag team belts and run away.
  • Renee Paquette interviews Chris Jericho backstage and asks him about his upcoming match on Sunday in Tokyo against Konosuke Takeshita. Jericho says he’s better than Konosuke, and he’s going to show him what it’s like to be in the ring with an angry and pissed off Chris Jericho. Chris vows to get his revenge on Takeshita on Sunday.
  • Don Callis is also interviewed backstage about the 4th member for his team on next week’s street fight, and Prince Nana happens to be there too. Callis says he worked out a deal with Nana to bring in Brian Cage to replace Sammy Guevara in the street fight.
  • Jay Lethal and the entire Jeff Jarrett crew are interviewed backstage. Lethal is going to prove that he outclasses Eddie Kingston in every way when he beats him for the ROH world title. Ortiz shows up and confronts Jay Lethal for insulting him last week. Karen Jarrett says he’s gonna get jumped if he keeps up that tone. Ortiz says that’s fine because where he’s from, even if you’re gonna get jumped, you make sure to swing first. And with that, Ortiz punches Lethal in the face. Jarrett’s entire crew swarm on Ortiz and lay into him as AEW officials try to break it up.
  • Ruby Soho makes her entrance for a match against Red Velvet. The commentators note that Soho wants to wrestle this match all by herself, with Saraya not being ringside with her.
  • Red Velvet defeats Ruby Soho. Velvet works Ruby over like a boxing bag with multiple blows to the mid-section in the early going. Soho comes back by tossing Red throat-first onto the ropes, leading into the commercial break. Later in the match, Soho drapes Red over the ropes and smashes her in the head with a running kick. Soho nails two backdrop drivers. Soho is relentless, planting Velvet into the middle turnbuckle. A ringside crew person suddenly delivers flowers to Ruby. She gets rolled up by Red for a near fall after being distracted by the flowers. Velvet continues to lay it in with a spinning kick to Ruby, and that’s enough to score the pin fall win.
  • Ruby and the commentators wonder who sent her the flowers after the match is over.
  • Roderick Strong and The Kingdom make their entrance. Roddy tells the fans to shut up. He says the Raiders left Oakland because it sucks. He dedicates this match to his best friend Adam Cole.
  • The Kingdom vs. Jobbers. Taven takes out the first jobber with a leg lariat. Bennett and Taven use tandem offense and a piledriver to take out the other jobber. This is a total squash, with The Kingdom winning via The Neck Check finisher.
  • After the match is over, Roddy rips off his neck brace and jumps out of his wheelchair to enter the ring and attack one of the jobbers. He suddenly clutches his neck and rolls back into the wheelchair, asking The Kingdom to assist him out of the venue.
  • Daniel Garcia is backstage and he wants a match against Andrade. Saraya and Ruby Soho interrupt the former Jericho Appreciation Society members, where it’s becoming more clear that Angelo Parker sent the flowers to Soho. Ruby seems to be happy about. Daddy Magic and Saraya aren’t happy about Ruby warming up to Parker, privately telling each other that this is a problem.
  • The Kingdom and Roderick Strong are interrupted by Action Andretti and Darius Martin backstage. They call back to their past matches on ROH with their trash talking. Roddy says he found his first victim and screams out the name “Darius!”
  • FTR defeats El Hijo del Vikingo & Komander. Vikingo wows and dazzles the crowd with his high flying arsenal in the early going, but then he crashes and burns with a really nasty bump, diving through the ropes and going head first right into the announce table. AEW officials check on him going into the commercial break. Vikingo is in the middle of landing a moonsault as we come back from break, so I guess he’s okay. He shotgun dropkicks Dax over Komander’s back for a near fall. Vikingo and Komander come back with stereo 450 or 630 splashes from opposite corners on Dax and Cash for near falls. Dax catches Vikingo in mid-air out of a moonsault attempt and tombstones him for a near fall. Dax hits a slingshot powerbomb on Vikingo, but Komander immediately runs in and rolls up Dax for a near fall. Komander misses the rope walk shooting star press. He turns around and walks into FTR’s Big Rig finisher for the pin fall win.
  • FTR show Vikingo and Komander respect with multiple hugs to go around as the show is about to go off the air.
  • But wait! Not so fast. The lights go out, and House of Black appear on the video screen.
  • The show fades to black.

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