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 Jan. 12 Homecoming edition of Rampage comes our way on tape from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida (spoilers are here, if you’re interested - and if you are and choose to discuss them in the comments, please use the spoiler tag).
Advertised for tonight: Eddie Kingston defends the AEW Continental Crown Championship against ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta.
Also on the card: Hikaru Shida vs. Queen Aminata, Swerve Strickland vs. Matt Sydal, The Dark Order pays tribute to Brodie Lee in a trios match against Jake Hager, Daddy Magic, & Angelo Parker, 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!
AEW RAMPAGE RESULTS FOR JAN. 12
- Eddie Kingston defeats Wheeler Yuta to retain the Continental Crown Championship. Yuta dominates much of the fight, working over Eddie’s right arm in particular. Eddie gets pissed off after Wheeler slaps him in the face, tossing him overhead with an exploder suplex. Kingston lays multiple chops into Yuta’s chest, but Yuta come back with a diving DDT. Eddie gets his hand on the bottom rope to break the pin fall. Yuta hammers down on Eddie with elbow strikes and wrenches back on his wrist in a submission hold. Eddie forces another rope break. Eddie misses the spinning backfist and gets taken down with a suplex for a near fall. Yuta keeps targeting Eddie’s right arm, so Eddie smacks him with the spinning backfist with his left hand. Eddie then puts Yuta away with the northern lights bomb for the three count.
- Renee Paquette interviews The Hardys and Mark Briscoe backstage. Jeff Hardy brags about Rampage beating Collision in ratings. Matt refers to The Hardys as Living Legends and gives Briscoe a Hardy necklace. It sounds like they are coming for the trios titles.
- Swerve Strickland defeats Matt Sydal. Swerve withstands Sydal’s fancy movements early on and damages him with multiple backbreakers. Sydal lands a roundhouse kick and air raid crash. Swerve hits him with a rolling flatliner and vertical suplex. Swerve misses the top rope stomp, but quickly recovers to put Sydal away with the JML Driver for the three count.
- Top Flight and Action Andretti are interviewed backstage but interrupted by Private Party. Party challenges any two of them to a match anytime, anywhere. Action Andretti tries to talk tough and drinks water.
- Hikaru Shida defeats Queen Aminata. Aminata is aggressive early on, landing a running hip attack and running boot to the face heading into the commercial break. They willingly take turns kicking each other in the back. Shida intercepts a knee strike and takes Queen down with a dragon screw. Aminata avoids the Falcon Arrow and hits the running knee strike this time for a near fall. Shida comes back with her own knee strike and lands the Falcon Arrow. She finishes off Aminata with the Katana kick for the three count.
- Renee interviews Ruby Soho and Saraya backstage, wishing Ruby a happy birthday. Saraya shows Ruby a video of Harley Cameron kissing Angelo Parker backstage, conveniently freezing the footage at the point of the kiss. Saraya apologizes for showing this to her on her birthday, but she had to as a friend. Angelo Parker shows up to wish Ruby a happy birthday, but she is pissed off and shoves the cake in his face, storming off. Saraya gloats to Angelo that she always wins, and she walks off to console the heart-broken Soho. The rest of the footage shows that Parker was not receptive to Harley’s kiss, but Ruby didn’t see that part.
- Dark Order defeat Jake Hager, Daddy Magic & Angelo Parker. Parker’s face still has some birthday cake on it. The finishing sequence sees Parker get blasted with the Pendulum Bomb, only for Magic to break up the pin attempt. Jake hits the Hager Bomb on Alex Reynolds for a near fall, and then applies the ankle lock. Brodie Lee Jr. shows up wearing Hager’s purple hat, distracting him. Hager steals the hat back, but leaves himself open to double team offense from Reynolds and John Silver that scores the three count.
- Dark Order celebrate with Brodie Lee Jr. on their shoulders as Rampage goes off the air.