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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (Aug. 25, 2023): Fyter Fest

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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 Fyter Fest edition of Rampage comes our way on tape from Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky (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 Hikaru Shida and Dr. Britt Baker vs. Toni Storm and Saraya in a tag team match.

Also on the card: AEW International Champion Orange Cassidy vs. Aaron Solo, AAA Latin American Champion QT Marshall vs. Gravity, TNT Champion Luchasaurus in action, 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 opens with a graphic in memory of Windham Rotunda (Bray Wyatt).
  • Orange Cassidy makes his entrance for an AEW International championship match against Aaron Solo. Harley Cameron sings Solo down to the ring.
  • Orange Cassidy defeats Aaron Solo to retain the AEW International title. Cassidy gets Solo’s ankles locked down to the mat and annoys him with the hands in the pockets in that position. Solo escapes to the outside and uses Cameron as a shield. OC hits her with the lazy kicks. Solo can’t take advantage of the distraction, but Cameron trips OC up on the buckle a short while later, giving Solo the edge going into the break. OC makes a comeback later in the fight, planting Solo with a tornado DDT for a near fall. Harley tries to distract him with more singing as he sets up for the Orange Punch. Solo takes advantage this time and drops OC with a nasty bumpb on his shoulder. Solo’s double stomp isn’t enough to get the three count. Solo hits OC with Harley’s boot when the ref isn’t looking, but OC kicks out of the pin attempt. After a couple reversals, OC finally lands the Orange Punch and Beach Break for the win.
  • The commentators emphasize that Cassidy’s Orange Punch is quite weakened due to his injured hand.
  • Jim Ross has a sit-down interview with AAA Latin American Champion QT Marshall. QT is sick of all the false narratives about him, like how he only gets opportunities in AEW due to his relationship with Tony Khan. This belt proves he is one of the best there is in the ring, despite always being underrated and undervalued. He’s going to get the respect he’s earned by defending the gold, starting tonight.
  • There’s a quick hype video for CM Punk vs. Samoa Joe at All In.
  • QT Marshall defeats Gravity to retain the AAA Latin American Championship. Before the match begins, QT cuts a promo in the ring, occasionally speaking in Spanish. He says Gravity’s brother Bandido is better than him, so he should just leave. Gravity slaps him in the face, and the fight is on. Gravity takes QT out with a dive to the outside, but QT sends him crashing down to the mat on the next aerial move. QT powerbombs Gravity into the apron and holds up the AAA Latin American Championship as we go to break. Later in the fight, Gravity catches QT with an uppercut on the top rope. He drops QT down to earth with a fireman’s carry. Even so, QT is too much for him to handle, nailing Gravity with a Diamond cutter and dirtsheet driver for the win.
  • Luchasaurus squashes a jobber to retain the TNT championship. Christian actually held onto the championship backstage during this match.
  • Mark Henry says it’s time for the main event.
  • Saraya & Toni Storm defeat Britt Baker & Hikaru Shida. Baker brawls with Saraya in the ring early on, but Ruby Soho grabs Baker’s boot to create an opening for Saraya to take over. Toni tags in and chops Britt in the corner. The heels continue manipulating the referee to get in extra cheap shots on Baker. Kris Statlander runs out to neutralize Soho, carrying her out of the arena. Saraya and Storm are stunned going into the break. Shida makes the hot tag after the break. She takes out Toni with a jumping knee strike and backbreaker toss. Saraya runs in and gets tossed too. Shida and Storm exchange blows in the middle of the ring. Britt gets in there but is caught in the heels’ corner. Everyone is confused as to who the legal wrestlers are. The Outcasts put Baker down with a tandem powerbomb for a two count. Everyone is down after some thrust kicks. They pair off with hockey fights in the middle of the ring. Baker hits Saraya with a neckbreaker, but Storm breaks up the pin. Britt puts her Lockjaw glove on. Storm spray paints Shida, who is blinded and accidentally smashes Baker while wildly swinging. The Outcasts take advantage to pin Baker for the win.
  • Saraya and Storm each want to hold up the women’s title in celebration, and they eventually decide to hold it up together.
  • That’s the end of the show, folks!

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