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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (Feb. 24, 2023): Young Bucks vs. Aussie Open

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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 the Footprint Arena in Phoenix, Arizona (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 main event is Action Andretti vs. Sammy Guevara.

Also advertised for tonight: The Young Bucks vs. Aussie Open, Willow Nightingale vs. Toni Storm, Lance Archer returns to action, we’ll hear a promo from Keith Lee and Dustin Rhodes, 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!


  • Rampage kicks off with Young Bucks vs. Aussie Open, with both teams already in the ring and ready to go. Kenny Omega is ringside for the match, with Don Callis on commentary.
  • Young Bucks defeat Aussie Open. Mark Davis used his power early on to take both Bucks down to the mat with one body slam. Open dominated Bucks through the commercial break. Matt Jackson eventually got a hot tag and got the Bucks back in, dropping the elbow from the top on Fletcher. The Jacksons poured it on with tandem two-on-one offense. However, Fletcher took Nick out with a brainbuster on the outside. The Bucks came back with a cutter out of mid-air on Fletcher. They went for the BTE Trigger but Fletcher avoided it and they kicked each other, leading to all four men being down on the mat. The Bucks later took over with dives to the outside. The lights went out as they were going for the Meltzer Driver. Aussie Open reversed the hold went the lights came back on. They nailed their finisher on Matt, but Nick made the save. Davis accidentally hit Fletcher with a lariat. The Bucks took over from there, manipulating Davis into piledriving his partner. They then hit the BTE Trigger on Fletcher for the win.
  • The lights go out again after the match is over. House of Black surrounds the ring (with The Elite inside) when the lights return. They close in, stepping onto the apron. The lights go out again. When the lights return, the House of Black is gone.
  • Big Bill, Lee Moriarty, and The Gunns attack Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta backstage, using a pipe to take them out. Orange Cassidy and Danhausen check on them after the commercial break.
  • Toni Storm defeats Willow Nightingale. Storm attacks Nightingale from behind at the opening bell. Willow fights back with a body slam and chops in the corner. Toni slaps Willow in the face, which causes her to fire up in response. However, Storm takes the advantage going into the commercial break by tossing Nightingale into the guardrail on the outside. Toni’s hip attack and tornado DDT isn’t enough to keep Willow down for the three count.Willow comes back with a cannonball senton in the corner and Death Valley driver for a near fall. Saraya gets on the apron for a distraction. Nightingale tosses her over the rope into the ring. Storm takes advantage of the situation from behind and hits Storm Zero for the win.
  • Storm and Saraya go for the spray paint after the match, but Ruby Soho runs out for the save. The heels try to run away, but Jamie Hayter intercepts them at the top of the ramp. She chases Saraya around, puts a couple boots to her, and continues pursuit to the back.
  • The Acclaim cut talk some trash backstage about Jeff Jarrett and his crew. Jarrett, Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh, and Sonjay Dutt then attack them. Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed succumb to the numbers game, with Sonjay Dutt even using his pencil on The Acclaimed’s eyes during the attack.
  • Lance Archer defeats Bryce Saturn. Archer is back with a new look, making quick work of this jabroni. Archer puts him away with a clubbing blow / lariat to the chest. Commentary hypes up how dangerous Archer is alongside Jake “the Snake” Roberts.
  • Jade Cargill says she is an undeniable star and has beaten everyone there is to beat. She welcomes all challengers and suggests anybody can step up for a shot at her.
  • Dustin Rhodes and Keith Lee cut a promo for a tag team match next week against Swerve Strickland and Parker Boudreaux.
  • Mark Henry interviews Action Andretti and Sammy Guevara ahead of their main event match, coming up next.
  • The Face of the Revolution Ladder match will be on TV next week instead of the Revolution pay-per-view. The competitors include Action Andretti, Sammy Guevara, Powerhouse Hobbs, Ortiz, Eddie Kingston, AR Fox, Konosuke Takeshita, and Komander.
  • Sammy Guevara defeats Action Andretti. Andretti dominated most of the match with his dynamic offense, including a 450 splash from the ring apron onto the floor below. However, the finish came when Daniel Garcia clotheslined Action during a split-legged moonsault, behind the referee’s back. Guevara followed up with the GTH for the pin fall win.
  • That’s the end of the show!

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