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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (Nov. 3, 2023): Lucha del Día de los Muertos

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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. 3 edition of Rampage comes our way on tape from KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky (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 crazy three way fight between El Hijo del Vikingo, Penta El Zero Miedo, and Komander to celebrate Day of the Dead.

Also on the card: Skye Blue vs. Marina Shafir, Trent Beretta vs. Daniel Garcia, The Gunns vs. Matt Sydal & Christopher Daniels, 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!


  • Penta El Zero Miedo defeats El Hijo del Vikingo and Komander in a 3-way match. The QTV crew is watching this match on a monitor backstage. Vikingo runs wild with fast-paced flying moves in the early-going, but Penta takes over and slows the pace down. He slaps Komander’s soul out of his chest. Komander comes back later on to hit a springboard Canadian Destroyer. Vikingo plants Penta with a poisonrana on the ring apron. Penta blasts Komander with Fear Factor on the ring apron. Vikingo lands a 630 senton on Penta, but Komander breaks up the pin attempt. Komander hits an implosion Phoenix splash. Penta gets in there and hits Komander with Fear Factor on top of Vikingo. Penta then pins Komander for the win.
  • Jeff Jarrett’s crew is backstage for an interview. Jay Lethal says he is going to be the next ROH world champion when he beats fat Eddie Kingston, and Ortiz doesn’t matter in that equation. Ortiz shows up after they leave and says he’ll deal with them next week.
  • The Gunns defeat Matt Sydal & Christopher Daniels. Jay White and Juice Robinson are ringside for this match. The Gunns mock MJF’s kangaroo kick in the early going. Bullet Club Gold pull Cardblade out from under the ring and do a pose and taunt with it. Sydal lands a meteora for a near fall. Daniels is dumped out of the ring, and Sydal walks into The Gunns’ finishing move for the pin fall finish.
  • Bullet Club Gold cut a promo in the ring after the match. They say that Dynamite, Collision, and Rampage all belong to Bullet Club Gold, and the Gunns will win the ROH tag team titles from MJF at Full Gear. Gunns up.
  • RJ City is backstage and says it’s time for the return of Danhausen. Danhausen interrupts him and says that’s wrong because he’s actually returning next week. Danhausen then leaves the camera shot, and RJ says Danhausen will return next week.
  • Ruby Soho and Saraya are interviewed backstage. Ruby says The Outcasts are in a downward spiral, and she wishes Saraya was in her corner last week in her world title match. Saraya tells Soho to shut up. Saraya says she is the biggest star in The Outcasts and Ruby is being ungrateful. Angelo Parker tries to get on Ruby’s good side again, but she rejects him again. Daddy Magic confronts Angelo Parker, talking down to him about their loss to Jericho and Omega on Dynamite. The commentators observe how Saraya and Daddy Magic are being very disrespectful to their respective friend / partner.
  • Skye Blue defeats Marina Shafir. Skye still has not reverted to her old appearance. Skye is very aggressive, pummeling Marina with strikes on the outside. Marina uses her power and kicks to control the match for a bit. Shafir locks in a neck crank, but Skye bites her to escape. Skye hits Code Blue to score the pin fall win.
  • There’s a hype video with dueling promos for Darby Allin vs. Lance Archer on Saturday’s Collision.
  • Mark Henry says it’s time for the main event of Trent Beretta vs. Daniel Garcia.
  • Paul Wight, who has been on commentary for this episode, says he has 5 friends in this business, and Chris Jericho is one of them. He’s looking forward to knocking out Powerhouse Hobbs in a couple weeks.
  • Daniel Garcia defeats Trent Beretta. Garcia and Beretta are both alone for this fight, with commentary emphasizing that it looks like Garcia has broken away from the former Jericho Appreciation Society. Trent hits Garcia with a moonsault on the outside and a brainbuster heading into the commercial break. Garcia fires up later on and repeatedly stomps Trent down in the corner. Trent lands a Death Valley Driver and is frustrated when Garcia kicks out of the pin attempt. They exchange German suplexes and then batter each other in the middle of the ring. Trent hits a piledriver but Garcia kicks out of the pin attempt again. Both wrestlers are exhausted and fighting on their knees. Garcia does his dance and piledrives Trent, but Trent kicks out of the pin attempt. Garcia then locks in a crossface for the tap out win.
  • Garcia cuts a promo after the match. It’s been six months since he’s had a singles match in AEW. He is greedy and has a fetish for gold. He calls out MJF and promises that nobody wants the AEW world championship more than him. So if Max has the guts to step in the ring with one of the best professional wres...sports entertainers in the world, then he knows where to find him.
  • That’s the end of the show, folks!

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