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 Dec. 1 edition of Rampage comes our way on tape from Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota (spoilers are here, if you’re interested - and if you are and choose to discuss them in the comments, please use the spoiler tag).
Advertised for tonight: Danhausen returns to the ring for an 8-man tag team match with Orange Cassidy, Trent Beretta, and HOOK against Daddy Magic, Angelo Parker, and the Dark Order.
Also on the card: We’ll hear from Ric Flair & Sting, The Don Callis Family is in action, El Hijo del Vikingo, Penta El Zero Miedo & Komander in a trios match, Hikaru Shida, Kris Statlander & Skye Blue vs. Saraya, Ruby Soho & Anna Jay, 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 DEC. 1
- Rampage begins with Dark Order, Angelo Parker, and Daddy Magic in the ring waiting for their opponents to make their entrance.
- HOOK, Danhausen, Trent Beretta & Orange Cassidy defeat Daddy Magic, Dark Order & Angelo Parker in an 8-man tag team match. The babyface team gets the advantage early on and convinces HOOK to join them for the 4-way hug spot giving the people what they want. HOOK delivers T-Bone suplexes to multiple heels, which brings out Wheeler Yuta to join the commentary team and trash talk the babyfaces. Danhausen curses Daddy Magic and wears Jake Hager’s purple hat. Angelo Parker takes the hat back, but HOOK grabs him from behind and chokes him out in Redrum. Daddy Magic goes to save Parker, but is rolled up from behind by Danhausen for the three count.
- Saraya, Ruby Soho, and Anna Jay are interviewed backstage. Saraya sucks up to Anna and is frustrated with Ruby Soho’s recent distractions. Angelo Parker finds Anna, but she tells him to stay in the back during their match later. Saraya drags Ruby away before she can interact with Parker.
- Tony Schiavone welcomes Sting and Ric Flair to the ring (they each do separate entrances) for an interview. Tony mentions that Sting is undefeated in AEW with a 24-0 record. Sting brings up his memories of wrestling in this building with Lex Luger and Bam Bam Bigelow. Flair says believe it or not he’s still alive, going from 1972 until today. He brings up Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, and Sting as special people he’s worked with. Flair has been with Sting since 1988, and he’ll be with him at the end. He shakes Sting’s hand, saying he’s the man and they’ll be up all night even though he can’t tell you where they’ll be like the good old days. Tony plugs Sting’s final match at AEW Revolution 2024 on March 3.
- Renee Paquette interviews Hikaru Shida, Kris Statlander, and Skye Blue backstage. Kris mentions that she wasn’t even pinned to lose her TBS title, which Skye interprets as an insult. Hikaru tries to get them on the same page as the interview concludes.
- Don Callis Family (Powerhouse Hobbs, Kyle Fletcher, Konosuke Takeshita) defeat three jobbers in a trios match. This was a nothing squash match that was over almost as soon as it started with three simultaneous power moves from the heels.
- Callis cuts a promo on Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho after the match is over. The Don Callis Family will keep dominating until there is nowhere for the Golden Jets to hide in AEW.
- A segment from earlier tonight airs where Prince Nana says the Gates of Agony are killing it in Japan right now. He recruits the WorkHorsemen to tag with Brian Cage in a trios match on Rampage, spinning it as something of a tryout to join the Mogul Embassy.
- Hikaru Shida, Kris Statlander & Skye Blue defeat Saraya, Ruby Soho & Anna Jay in a trios match. Tensions build between Statlander and Blue as they keep tagging themselves in over the wishes of the other, until Shida puts that to an end by tagging in herself. The heels have their own issues, as Ruby doesn’t want to deal with Anna. The match turns when Ruby accidentally kicks Anna, leading to Skye hitting Code Blue on Ruby for the win with an assist from Statlander.
- Anna yells at Ruby after the match. Saraya pulls Ruby away and scolds her as they walk back up the ramp.
- There is a hype video for tomorrow’s Blue League matches in the Continental Classic tournament on Collision.
- El Hijo del Vikingo, Komander & Penta El Zero Miedo defeat Brian Cage & the WorkHorsemen (Anthony Henry & JD Drake). The babyfaces go for a triple dive over the ropes early on, but Vikingo botches it and gets caught by Drake, who wipes him. There’s some sloppy work after the commercial break with Penta getting launched into an awkward double DDT on the WorkHorsemen. Penta lands the top rope stomp on Cage for a near fall. Cage monkey flips Komander into a Drake powerbomb. Henry accidentally kicks Cage a little bit after that. Cage is pissed off, taking out Henry and then bailing on the match. Penta hits Fear Factor on Henry. Vikingo puts him away with the 630 splash for the pin.
- That’s the end of the show, folks!