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AEW Rampage live results, open thread (Jan. 26, 2024): Jon Moxley vs. Lee Moriarty

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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 Jan. 26 edition of Rampage comes our way on tape from Enmarket Arena in Savannah, Georgia (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: Jon Moxley is in action against Lee Moriarty.

Also on the card: Anna Jay vs. Ruby Soho, Konosuke Takeshita vs. Chrstopher Daniels, El Hijo del Vikingo vs. Komander vs. Kip Sabian vs. The Butcher with the winner facing Orange Cassidy for the International championship on Collision, 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. 26

  • Rampage kicks off with Jon Moxley making his entrance for the opening match of the night.
  • Jon Moxley defeats Lee Moriarty. Things get a little out of control early on when Moxley and Shane Taylor get in each other’s face on the outside and exchange words. Mox and Moriarty get in a striking match in the ring. Mox knocks him down hard multiple times, but Lee keeps coming back and dishing it out too. Mox wipes him out on a King Kong lariat. Moriarty tries to snap Jon’s fingers and gets a near fall on his finisher, but the turning point comes when Mox knocks him out of mid-air. Moxley pummels him with elbows and chokes him out for the win.
  • Moxley goes to show Moriarty respect after the match, but Shane Taylor takes a cheap shot at him. Taylor and Moriarty put the boots to Mox and end the segment standing tall.
  • Angelo Parker is backstage and says he thinks he has it figured out, but still asks Anna Jay if she had anything to do with Harley Cameron kissing him earlier this month. She slaps him in the face and says she can’t believe he asked her that.
  • Four stars of CMLL are coming to AEW, and we’ll get a closer look at them tomorrow on Collision.
  • Konosuke Takeshita defeats Christopher Daniels. Takeshita is throwing bombs early on, and Daniels is immediately rocked. Daniels is desperate, using headbutts to create some distance. Daniels hits a German suplex, but Takeshita takes over again after avoiding Angel’s Wings. Takeshita suplexes Daniels and blasts him from behind for the pin fall win.
  • Don Calls cuts a promo and challenges Chris Jericho to face Takeshita in two weeks on Dynamite. Kyle Fletcher interrupts Callis, saying Takeshita and Hobbs already had their shots at Jericho. He wants next. Callis agrees, and says Jericho can fight Fletcher next week in New Orleans before fighting Takeshita the following week in Phoenix. They are going to end Jericho’s career.
  • Action Andretti & Top Flight argue with Private Party backstage about their last match. The rematch is happening next week in New Orleans.
  • Anna Jay defeats Ruby Soho. Anna is roughed up before the match even begins, but she still tells the ref to go ahead and ring the bell. Harley Cameron and Saraya trip her on the ring apron when the ref isn’t looking. Anna plants Ruby with a DDT later in the match for a near fall. Harley gets invovled again, so Anna smacks her in the face. The ref sees Saraya and Harley up to no good, and they are ejected by the referee. Ruby hits Anna with Destination Unknown, but Anna kicks out of the pin attempt. Anna hits a blockbuster on Ruby. She screams out, “I didn’t do it!” and then locks in the Queen Slayer for the victory.
  • Eddie Kingston says it’s fine if Bryan Danielson doesn’t respect him, because he doesn’t respect Danielson either. Eddie changes gears and says he wants to give Willie Mack a shot for a match on Collision.
  • Serena Deeb’s return match is hyped up for tomorrow’s episode of Collision.
  • Komander defeats El Hijo del Vikingo, Kip Sabian, and The Butcher in a four-way match. Sabian double crosses Butcher early on, but it backfires. Vikingo and Komander are alone in the ring with a flippy stalemate, before Butcher runs in and wipes them out. He and Sabian eventually get back on the same to punish Komander. It doesn’t last long, as Butcher snaps Kip in half with a backbreaker. Komander hits a Spanish Fly on Sabian after Vikingo neutralizes Butcher. Sabian trips up Butcher while he’s trying to suplex Komander and Vikingo. Komander hits Sabian with a running destroyer off Alex Abrahantes’ back on the outside. Butcher powerbombs Komander, but Vikingo breaks up the pin attempt. Komander with the poisonrana on Vikingo. Sabian sneaks in with a German suplex on Komander for a near fall. Komander recovers and counters Sabian into a pinning huricanrana for the victory.
  • As a result of the win, Komander will now challenge Orange Cassidy for the AEW International title tomorrow night on Collision.
  • That’s the end of the show, folks!

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