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Well, not every match is follicle-focused. But either Orange Cassidy or Jack Evans is leaving Rampage bald, and Adam Cole seems very jealous of his Dynamite opponent Jungle Boy’s locks.
Tonight’s taped episode of AEW Rampage from New York City includes CM Punk vs. Powerhouse Hobbs, Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston vs. Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer in a Lights Out match, Super Kliq, Jericho, and more!
In different ways, wrestling superfans & talented musicians Westside Gunn and John Darnielle both got to play around in our mutual pastime. We’re marking out a bit about both.
WWE is considering it, but there are a lot of options - and challenges - for the big weekend in North Texas next spring.
MGM and WWE are said to be working together on restarting one of the original reality competition shows. If it happens, wrestlers will supposedly be involved (we hope as gladiators).
WWE seems to be building toward a father/son rivalry, but Rey still says he’d rather just pass his mask - and maybe even his name - on to Dom.
He tells Chris Jericho it was ‘a red flag’ that helped him decide to move to AEW. They also talked the much discussed pitch to become Keith Lee’s manager.
United States champion Damian Priest reunited with his hit-making partner, and presented Bad Bunny with one of the 10 trophies he won on the night.w
An update from the hurt half of The Hurt Business.
The Grand Slam edition of Dynamite was light on promos, which just made the latest classic from Punk stand out. That, and all the highlights from the Sept. 22 show in New York City, here.