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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (Aug. 18, 2023): Fight for the Fallen

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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 latest edition of Rampage comes our way on tape from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee (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 tag match with two of the four wrestler’s in All In’s Women’s title match, with Toni Storm teaming with Outcasts teammate Ruby Soho to take on champ Hikaru Shida & her partner Skye Blue. Plus, we’ll hear from another person in the 4Way at Wembley Stadium, Dr. Britt Baker.

Also on the card: Rey Fenix warms up for Stadium Stampede by facing Komander, ROH Tag champs Aussie Open take on Ethan Page & Brother Zay, 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 Rey Fenix vs. Komander, with both men in the ring and ready to go as the opening bell rings.
  • Rey Fenix defeats Komander. Both men counter each other with rapid fire pin attempts in the early going. Komander avoids the running tightrope kick attempt and comes back with a diving hurricanrana. Komander runs the tightrope himself, but nothing comes of it as Fenix moves out of danger. Fenix is in the driver’s seat with a top rope stomp going into the commercial break. Komander spectacularly reverses a powerbomb into a hurricanrana later in the fight, with Fenix taking a nasty bump on the way down. Even so, Fenix manages to recover and catch Komander’s backflip into a rolling cutter for a near fall. Fenix hits the running tightrope punt this time. Komander returns fire with a crucifix bomb for a near fall. Rey sends Komander down to the mat with a spinning roundhouse kick. Komander somehow lands a springboard Canadian destroyer and then a shooting star press off the tightrope walk for a near fall. Komander misses a 450 splash. Fenix finally puts Komander away with a spinning muscle buster type move. sending Komander crashing down to the mat for the pin.
  • Britt Baker is interviewed backstage by Renee Paquette. She plans to win the AEW women’s world championship at All In.
  • Johnny TV congratulates QT Marshall on winning championship gold in Mexico.
  • Aussie Open defeat Ethan Page & Brother Zay to retain the ROH world tag team titles. The champs rush Zay and Page at the outset. Zay is double teamed and takes a beating in the early going. Zay eventually fights them off and makes the tag to Page. Ethan slams Kyle Fletcher but can’t keep him down for the three count. Aussie Open catches the babyfaces in the air and runs their backs into each other as we go to commercial break. Zay is running wild on the heels shortly after the break. He takes out Mark Davis with a moonsault on the outside and then Fletcher with a springboard crossbody on the inside. Aussie Open withstand his offense and take over with their tandem offense. They neutralize Page and then take out Zay with their finisher for the three count.
  • Davis and Fletcher cut a heel promo on MJF and Adam Cole after the match is over. Fletcher says MJF and Cole will never hit a Kangaroo Kick in their lives.
  • The Righteous and Stu Grayson say some ominous things making general threats about the damage they will cause in AEW.
  • The Hardys cut a pre-taped promo for a match against Aussie Open next week for the ROH tag team titles. Matt and Jeff plan to turn the ROH tag belts into the Ring of Hardy tag team titles.
  • Sammy Guevara defeats Jon Cruz. They shake hands to begin the fight. Sammy takes Cruz down with a corkscrew dropkick. He follows that up with a dive over the top rope that hits its mark. Guevara finishes off this jobber with the GTH.
  • Nyla Rose reminds everyone how dangerous she is in a pre-tape.
  • Excalibur runs down the lineup for Collision tomorrow, which will include words from FTR members Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler. He also runs down the lineup for next week’s Dynamite and All In.
  • Mark Henry says it’s time for the main event.
  • Hikaru Shida & Skye Blue vs. Toni Storm & Ruby Soho. The match breaks down right away, with Blue and Soho going at it inside the ring while Shida and Storm attack each other outside the ring. Things settle down with The Outcasts tagging in and out to dominate Skye in their corner going into the commercial break. Blue finally makes the hot tag to Shida right after the break. Shida powers Ruby down to the mat, but Storm catcher her in a German suplex. Soho suplexes Blue afterwards. Blue tags in and hits Code Blue on Soho. Storm breaks it up. Soho spray paints Blue while the ref is distracted. Storm rocks her with the hip attack, but Shida makes the save on the pin attempt. Shida and Storm exchange blows in the middle of the ring. Saraya grabs Shida’s boot, creating an opening for Storm to take her down with a kick. Even so, Shida counters Soho’s No Future kicks and turns it into a pin for the three count.
  • With Blue and Soho brawling on the outside, Saraya and Storm beat the crap out of Shida inside the ring. Britt Baker runs in to join the fray, and all four women in the All In women’s title match have a wild pull apart brawl as Rampage goes off the air.

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