AEW Rampage Results 2/23 - Roderick Strong Vs. Jake Hager, Mariah May Vs. Anna Jay & More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "AEW Rampage" on February 23, 2024, coming to you from the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma!

Jake Hager will be returning to action for the first time since January 12 edition of "Rampage" as he collides with Roderick Strong. The two men came face-to-face this past Wednesday on "AEW Dynamite" after Hager prevented Strong and his Undisputed Kingdom teammates Matt Taven and Mike Bennet from attacking AEW International Champion Orange Cassidy following his title defense against Bennett.


Penta El Zero Miedo and Komander will be teaming up with Bryan Keith for the first time ever in trios competition. However, it won't be just any ordinary trios match, as they go head-to-head with two other teams rather than just one: Private Party and Matt Sydal, and Top Flight and Action Andretti.

Mariah May hasn't competed in an AEW ring since defeating Lady Frost on the January 27 episode of "AEW Collision". Tonight, she will be making her return to action as she squares off with Anna Jay. Jay herself came up short to Queen Aminata during last week's "Rampage".

The Young Bucks look to emerge victorious once again tonight as they return to in-ring competition. Matthew and Nicholas Jackson previously picked up wins over Mondo Rox and Robbie Lit and the aforementioned Top Flight on the February 9 episode of "Rampage" and February 14 edition of "Dynamite" respectively.


Additionally, Sammy Guevara has something on his mind to share.

We are live! Excalibur, Tony Schiavone, and "Daddy Magic" Matt Menard greet audiences at home as Penta El Zero Miedo, Komander, Bryan Keith, Private Party, Matt Sydal, Top Flight and Action Andretti are all waiting in the ring.

Penta El Zero Miedo, Komander and Bryan Keith (w/ Alex Abrahantes) vs. Private Party and Matt Sydal vs. Top Flight and Action Andretti

Andretti and Sydal begin the action. The bell rings and Andretti lands a dropkick. He delivers a splash, then tags in Darius. Sydal delivers a kick to the back of Darius' thigh, then follows it up with a kick. Keith tags in and delivers a boot before Kassidy becomes legal and delivers a hurricanrana. Quen tags in and delivers a splash off the top before Penta tags in and he takes turns with Quen doing their signature hand gestures. All nine men then hop in the ring and begin brawling with one another.


Komander delivers a hurricanrana to Dante (now both the legal men) and ascends to the top. He walks the ropes, then delivers an arm drag and a dropkick. Penta tags in and delivers a Slingblade to Dante before Andretti tags in. Komander tags in and delivers a clothesline to Andretti using Penta as a launch pad.

Back from the break, Dante delivers a springboard back elbow to Private Party. He then delivers a pair of back elbows to Quen and a springboard splash before Keith and Darius begin brawling in the center of the ring. Keith delivers a dropkick to him that sends him crashing to the outside, and Komander locks in a Bow and Arrow on Sydal on the apron. Dante flies over them to level everyone else on the outside, and Sydal delivers a pair of double knees off the top rope to Komander. Penta then levels him with the Fear Factor, and Kassidy levels him with a neckbreaker.


Kassidy delivers an enzuigiri to Penta, and Quen pulls him down with a hurricanrana. Penta delivers a boot to Sydal's midsection (both legal now) and follows it up with the Fear Factor for the win.

Winners: Penta El Zero Miedo, Komander and Bryan Keith

We then head backstage and see The Outcasts stand by with Renee Paquette. Saraya sends a message to Ruby Soho and announces that her brother, Zak Knight, is now All Elite.

Back at ringside, The Young Bucks make their way down to the ring. Cappuccino Jones and Jonny Lyons are already waiting inside.

The Young Bucks vs. Cappuccino Jones and Jonny Lyons

Nicholas and Lyons begin the action. The bell rings and Nicholas fires off right hands on Lyons' spine. Matthew and Jones tag in, and Matthew fires off right hands on his spine. He follows it up with a DDT, then tags Nicholas back in. Nicholas delivers a discus lariat to Jones, then tags Matthew back in. Nicholas ascends to the top, and The Bucks then deliver the TK Driver for the win.


Winners: The Young Bucks

After the match, Nicholas grabs a mic and chews out the referee for calling him Nick instead of Nicholas. He tells him he'll be fined if he does it again, then calls Tony Schiavone into the ring. He apologizes for Schiavone "tripping over his shoe" when him and Matthew landed the EVP Trigger on him, and Matthew hands him a $25 Amazon gift card. He apologizes to him for their suits, and Schiavone asks if they'll rescind his fine. The Bucks refuse to do so, and Matthew tells Schiavone about what him and Nicholas will do to Sting and Darby Allin at AEW Revolution. He then sends a direct message to Sting.

Back from the break, Sammy Guevara makes his way down to the ring.

Tony Schiavone Speaks With Sammy Guevara

Tony Schiavone asks Guevara about The Don Callis Family, and Guevara. Guevara says while he's happy that he got to face a childhood hero in Jeff Hardy. Powerhouse Hobbs still put him through a table. He says Hobbs is a star on his own, but it's too late for him to figure that out. He then calls him out to the ring.


Don Callis appears instead, and says all Guevara has done in the last six months is have a baby. He says he shouldn't be proud of that, and says he used to be a great athlete. He says he used to be a guy he wanted in The Don Callis Family, but he's weak and pathetic.

Hobbs tries blindsiding Guevara, but Guevara sees him coming and flies over the top rope to level him. He grabs a chair and cracks it across Hobbs' spine, then hits him with it in his midsection back in the ring and across his spine a second time. Hobbs turns him inside out with a clothesline. He follows it up with a pair of spinebusters and a slam.

Back at ringside, Anna Jay makes her way down to the ring. Mariah May follows.

Mariah May vs. Anna Jay

The bell rings and May delivers a double chop to Jay's chest. The two then lock up, and May trips Jay. Jay does the same to May, then delivers a neckbreaker. May connects with a second double chop, but Jay hits a chop of her own.


Back from the break, May delivers a kick to Jay's head. Jay responds with a kick of her own, but May pulls her off the top with a hurricanrana. She looks to land a Hip Attack, but Jay moves out of the way and delivers a modified backbreaker. She cinches in the Queenslayer, but May bites Jay's arm to escape and connects with the May Day for the win.

Winner: Mariah May

We then head backstage and see Ruby Soho and Angelo Parker catch Renee Paquette up about how their date went. Soho then responds to Saraya's comments from earlier in the night and challenges her to meet her face-to-face next week. 

Back from the break, Jake Hager and Hornsby make their way down to the ring. The Undisputed Kingdom follows.


Roderick Strong (w/ The Undisputed Kingdom) vs. Jake Hager (w/ Hornsby)

The bell rings and the two lock up. Strong delivers a chop to Hager, then slides out of the ring to take a breather. He gets back in and looks to level Hager, but Hager catches him and sends him crashing into the corner. He dumps him across the ring, then charges at Strong in the corner. Strong hops out of the ring, and Hager follows him out there. He gets him back in the ring, and Strong fires off right hands on his spine after he gets back in. Hager delivers a boot and tosses Strong across the ring, then levels him with a clothesline.


Back from the break, Strong delivers a kick to Hager and follows it up with an Angle Slam. Hornsby, Taven, and Bennett find themselves face-to-face on the outside until Orange Cassidy takes Hornsby's place and tosses Hager his signature purple bucket hat. Cassidt brawls with Taven and Bennett on the outside as Hager puts on the hat and takes out Strong in the ring. He then connects with the Hager Bomb and goes for a pin, but Strong kicks out.

Taven overpowers Cassidy on the outside, and Strong delivers a jawbreaker to Hager in the ring. Hager responds with a Doctor Bomb and goes for a pin, but Strong kicks out. Hager cinches in an Ankle Lock, but the referee becomes distracted with Cassidy being dumped into the ring. Taven and Bennett hop up onto the apron to take advantage, but Hager clocks them both. Hager then walks into a jumping knee strike from Hager for the win.


Winner: Roderick Strong