AEW Rampage Results 11/3 - Penta El Zero Miedo Vs. Komander Vs. El Hijo Del Vikingo & More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "AEW Rampage" on November 3, 2023, coming to you from the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky!

AAA Mega Champion El Hijo del Vikingo will be colliding with former multi time tag team champion Penta El Zero Miedo and AAA World Cruiserweight Champion Komander in a Lucha del Dia De Los Muertos.


As they continue to look ahead at capturing the ROH World Tag Team Championship from MJF and a mystery partner on the AEW Full Gear Zero Hour Pre-Show on November 18, Austin and Colten Gunn will be squaring off with Matt Sydal and Christopher Daniels. The latter two men last teamed in an AEW ring on the September 15 episode of "Rampage" in a losing effort to The Kingdom.

For the first time since competing in a Battle Royal on the October 18 episode of "AEW Dynamite" for a shot at the "Dynamite" Diamond Ring, Trent Beretta will be returning to action as he goes one-on-one with Daniel Garcia.

After coming up short in a Four-Way Number One Contenders Match for the AEW Women's World Championship during last Friday's "Rampage", Skye Blue looks to redeem herself tonight as she takes on Marina Shafir. The two competitors are quite familiar with one another in the squared circle, having faced off with one another on multiple occasions dating back to April of last year.


We are live! Excalibur, Paul Wight, and Tony Schiavone greet audiences at home as Penta El Zero Miedo, Komander, and El Hijo del Vikingo are waiting in the ring.

Penta El Zero Miedo vs. Komander vs. El Hijo del Vikingo

The bell rings and Penta delivers a dropkick to Komander. Vikingo follows it up with the double running knees, but Penta lands a Made In Japan. The action then spills out of the ring, and Komander goes flying to level Penta before Vikingo does the same to take him down. He lands a tijeras off the barricade, but is caught by a Sling Blade by Penta. Penta lands a second one on Vikingo.


Vikingo and Komander get back inside the ring, and Vikingo lands a Phoenix Splash on him. He goes for a pin, but Penta breaks the fall and delivers a kick to Komander. He goes flying over the top to level both men and tosses Komander back inside before hitting a chop. He connects with one on Vikingo and a second one for Komander.

Back from the break, Penta delivers an enzuigiri to Vikingo, but Vikingo sends him crashing into the ring post and delivers a kick to the side of his head. He ascends to the top of the ring post and looks for a dropkick on Penta, but Komander counters into a powerbomb. Komander looks for a Shooting Star Press on him, but Penta catches him mid-air with a lung blower. Vikingo takes out Penta, and Komander connects with a Canadian Destroyer on him. Penta gets Vikingo into an Electric Chair Position on the apron, but Vikingo counters into a poisonrana. Penta then delivers a Gory Special to Vikingo on the apron as he simultaneously lands Fear Factor on Komander.


Penta gets Vikingo back in the ring, but Vikingo plants him and connects with a kick. He ascends to the top and lands a 630 Senton before going for a pin. Komander breaks the fall and connects with a gutbuster on Vikingo. He follows it up with a Phoenix Splash, but Penta lands a Fear Factor to him on top of Vikingo for the win.

Winner: Penta El Zero Miedo

Bullet Club Gold then makes their way down to the ring. Christopher Daniels and Matt Sydal are already waiting inside. 

The Gunns (w/ Bullet Club Gold) vs. Matt Sydal and Christopher Daniels

Sydal and Austin begin the action. The bell rings and Sydal delivers a kick to Austin's midsection. Daniels and Colten tag in, and Colten fires off right hands on Daniels. He follows it up with a kick and tags Austin back in. The Gunns double team on Daniels before Austin becomes legal again and Daniels levels him with a German suplex. Sydal tags in and levels Austin. He rolls him up, but Austin kicks out and The Gunns land 3:10 to Yuma for the win.


Winners: The Gunns

After the match, Austin says "Dynamite", "AEW Collision", and "Rampage" belong to Bullet Club Gold. Colten then puts MJF on notice and gloats about himself and Austin becoming the new ROH World Tag Team Championship.

Marina Shafir and Nyla Rose make their way down to the ring. Skye Blue follow.

Skye Blue vs. Marina Shafir

The bell rings and the two shake hands. Blue stomps on Shafir's foot, but Shafir stays standing and sends Blue crashing to the outside. Blue sends her into the ring apron face first and fires off right hands. Shafir responds with a pair of chops to Blue's chest.


Back from the break, Blue lands a forearm on Shafir and follows it up with a dropkick. She connects with an enzuigiri and a pair of thrust kicks, then follows it up with Code Blue for the win.

Winner: Skye Blue

Back from the break, Trent Beretta heads down to the ring. Daniel Garcia follows.

Daniel Garcia vs. Trent Beretta

The bell rings and Garcia lands a chop. He follows it up with a drop toe hold before the action spills out of the ring and Beretta delivers a moonsault off the ropes. He follows it up with a Brainbuster.


Back from the break, Beretta delivers a superplex to Garcia. Garcia fires back with a back body drop and several stomps in the corner, then follows it up with the running knees in the corner and a Brainbuster. Beretta looks for the Dudebuster, but Garcia escapes and Beretta plants him on the mat. Beretta lands a pair of German suplexes, but Garcia counters into a couple of his own. Beretta breaks free and lands a jumping knee, then follows it up with a piledriver and goes for a pin. Garcia kicks out and Beretta fires off elbow strikes. He connects with a boot, but Garcia responds with an overhand chop and a piledriver. He goes for a pin, but Beretta kicks out. A frustrated Garcia fires off right hands and locks in a Crossface for the win.


Winner: Daniel Garcia

After the match, Garcia grabs a mic and says he's been keeping score. He says it's been six months since he's had a singles match in AEW and he feels like there's one way to jump the line: winning a title. He then calls out MJF and says he knows there's a lot of people after the AEW World Championship, but no one wants it more than him and dares him to step in the ring with him (almost calling himself one of the best professional wrestlers in the world, but corrects himself and calls himself one of the best sports entertainers in the world).