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 live from the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California. This is the go-home show for this weekend’s Revolution pay-per-view event.
Tonight’s card features Naturally Limitless (Keith Lee and Dustin Rhodes) vs. Mogul Affiliates (Swerve Strickland and Parker Boudreaux).
There will also be a four way tag team match that includes Blackpool Combat Club (Claudio Castagnoli & Wheeler Yuta), Top Flight (Dante and Darius Martin), Aussie Open (Mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher), and Dark Order (John Silver and Alex Reynolds).
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 MAR. 3
- Rampage kicks off with the four way tag team match. Dark Order attacks Blackpool Combat Club during their entrance, with Aussie Open and Top Flight already in the ring ready to fight. Some of the other teams keeping a close eye on this match include Preston Vance & RUSH, and The Kingdom.
- Blackpool Combat Club defeats Aussie Open, Top Flight, and Dark Order. The finish came after John Silver and Alex Reynolds put down Darius Martin with a combination of high impact moves. Wheeler Yuta ran in to toss Dark Order out of the ring and steal their win by pinning Martin himself.
- Jungle Boy says he will fight Christian and put him in a hole in the ground at Revolution. There will be grave consequences in The Final Burial, which is the name of their match.
- Riho defeats Emi Sakura. Riho hit a 619 on Sakura, followed up by a splash from the top rope, but Sakura kicked out of the pin attempt. Riho missed her foot stomp from the top rope. Sakura threw her into the ropes, and Riho managed to wrap herself around Sakura’s body and roll her up for the victory. Commentary teased that the winner of this match could strengthen their position for a future shot at the AEW women’s world title.
- There’s a video package with promos from Saraya, Jamie Hayter, and Ruby Soho, hyping up their title match at Revolution.
- Powerhouse Hobbs defeats Serpentico. Hobbs clobbered him down to the mat, nailed him with a spinebuster, hoisted him up in a torture rack, and then slammed Serpentico down for the squash win.
- Hobbs cuts a promo after the match while holding the giant brass ring he won in the Face of the Revolution ladder match. It doesn’t matter whether Samoa Joe or Wardlow walk out of Revolution as the TNT champ, because Hobbs is winning the title next week on Dynamite.
- Konosuke Takeshita is interviewed backstage by Renee Paquette. He is frustrated by his lack of wins in AEW and suggests maybe he should go back to Japan. Don Callis interrupts and offers Takeshita his guidance to become more successful in AEW. If it doesn’t work, he’ll drive Takeshita to the airport himself so Konosuke can return to Japan.
- Mark Briscoe cuts a promo, where he is joined by the Lucha Bros. The three of them challenge Mark Sterling’s group (Ari Daivari & Varsity Athletes) to a trios match at Revolution.
- Mark Henry throws to a video package hyping up the main event tag team match of Naturally Limitless vs. Mogul Affiliates.
- Keith Lee & Dustin Rhodes defeat Swerve Strickland & Parker Boudreaux. Parker works most of the match and is very green. Lee finally gets his hands on Swerve late in the fight. Lee takes him way up high for a crazy one handed chokeslam. Parker hits a low blow from behind on Lee. Parker holds Lee’s chest, leading to Swerve jumping off Lee’s chest for a moonsault to the outside on Rhodes. Swerve stomps Lee from the top rope, but Lee kicks out of the pin attempt. Dustin hits a Canadian Destroyer on Swerve. Lee picks Dustin up and tosses him onto Parker, with Swerve running away from the ring. Lee hits the Jackhammer finisher on Boudreaux for the win.
- Excalibur runs down the card for Revolution. Ricky Starks sneak attacks Chris Jericho at the commentary table in the middle of it. AEW officials try to break up their wild brawl as Rampage goes off the air.