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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (May 13, 2023): Mogul Embassy vs. Dark Order

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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 Rampage comes our way on tape from Little Caesar’s Arena in Detroit, Michigan (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 Mogul Embassy (Swerve Strickland & Brian Cage) vs. Dark Order (John Silver & Alex Reynolds).

Also advertised on the card: Allysin Kay vs. Toni Storm, Action Andretti vs. Kyle Fletcher, and Daddy Ass & The Acclaimed vs. The Blade, The Butcher & Kip Sabian.

We’ll also hear from The Gunns.

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 The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass making their entrance for a trios match. Max Caster makes fun of Vince McMahon’s mustache during his entrance rap.
  • Daddy Ass & The Acclaimed defeat The Blade, The Butcher & Kip Sabian. Bowens hits Blade with Scissor Me Timbers in the early going and then scissors Bowens to pop the audience. The heels take over after Butcher tags in. Blade, Butcher, and Sabian clear the ring of Bowens and then mock scissor each other in the middle of the ring. Daddy Ass gets the hot tag later in the match. He wipes out the heels, including a powerslam on Butcher. he puts down Sabian with the Fameasser, but The Blade breaks up the pin attempt. Bowens tags in. He slams Sabian down to the mat, setting him up for Caster’s elbow drop from the top rope for the win.
  • The next episode of QTV is here. The QTV crew talk about 60K tickets being sold for All In at Wembley Stadium. Powerhouse Hobbs is holding the Book of Hobbs and implies that he’s still in control of his story.
  • Toni Storm defeats Allysin Kay. Kay is from Detroit and cheered by the hometown audience. She takes Storm down to the mat and pummels her with punches. She follows that up with repeated stomps into the corner. Saraya grabs Kay’s boot, distracting her long enough for Storm to take over. Ruby Soho then punches Kay in the face when the referee is distracted. Saraya and Soho both put the boots to Kay the next time the ref is distracted. Toni rams Allysin face first into the ringpost on the outside. Aubrey Edwards catches Saraya and Soho the next time they go after Kay, thwarting their plan. Kay gets back in the fight, connecting on a big lariat on Toni for a near fall. Storm may have Storm beat with her next big move, but The Outcasts once again screw things up for her. Storm takes advantage, nailing her with the running hip attack and then finishing her off with Storm Zero for the pin. The heels spray paint Kay after the match.
  • The Gunns are backstage and pissed off about not getting a rematch for the AEW world tag team titles. Ethan Page approaches them, asking for their help with a problem he’s dealing with. They walk off together to discuss the situation.
  • Kyle Fletcher defeats Action Andretti. Late in the match, Fletcher obliterates Action with Helluva kicks and follows up with a sheer drop brainbuster, but it’s not enough for the three count. Andretti turns the momentum around with a superplex. He hits a springboard 450, but Kyle kicks out of the pin attempt. Action connects with a roundhouse kicks, but Fletcher catches Action with flying kicks of his own. Fletcher hits a spinning tombstone piledriver for the win. Kyle gives a thumbs up mocking Orange Cassidy during his celebration.
  • Tony Schiavone is in the ring to interview The Hardys and Brother Zay (Isiah Kassidy). Matt Hardy says his contract and Private Party’s contract with The Form have been deleted. Now that Jeff is back, they can focus on becoming the AEW world tag team champs. The Gunns interrupt and push back on the idea of The Hardys winning the gold. They say they will help Ethan Page beat all of their asses. Matt is sick of seeing Ethan Page, so he’s not thrilled with the idea of a trios match. But if they make it so that Matt controls Ethan Page if the babyfaces win, then he’ll accept. It’s a done deal, the match will happen. The Gunns say they are the best brother tag team in AEW, and as long as they are around, The Hardys will never be the champs. Matt says the Hardys will be happy to delete the Ass Boys.
  • Mark Henry interviews Mogul Embassy and Dark Order ahead of their tag team main event match. Swerve says his new allies are an upgrade over his old ones. They are gonna put the Dark Order out of business tonight.
  • Mogul Embassy defeats Dark Order. John Silver and Brian Cage have a pose-off early in the match. Swerve missed the Swerve Stomp late in the match. Dark Order had a final flurry of offense, but Brian Cage used his power to bring that to a halt. Cage and Swerve hit a double cutter on Reynolds, but he somehow kicks out of the pin. Prince Nana grabs Silver’s boot to keep him from helping out. Cage and Swerve hit their individual finishers on each Dark Order member for the win.
  • The Gates of Agony attack Evil Uno after the match. The entire Mogul Embassy faction is beating the shit out of Dark Order. Out comes Dustin Lee and Keith Lee with weapons in hand for the save. Mogul Embassy run away before any violence ensues.
  • That’s the end of the show, folks.

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