Welcome to Wrestling Inc’s live coverage of AEW Rampage, which airs every Friday at 10 pm EST on TNT. Be sure to chime in on your thoughts about tonight’s show in the comments section below. Additionally, share our live coverage through social media. Make sure to click the REFRESH button to continue to get the most current up-to-date coverage. Above and below is what’s on tonight’s agenda for Rampage:

Commentators Excalibur, Mark Henry, Taz, and  Chris Jericho welcome fans to Rampage! We kick things off with the finals of the World Tag Team Eliminator Tournament!

Lucha Bros (Penta El Zero Miedo & Rey Fenix) (w/Alex Abrahantes vs. Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus) (w/Marko Stunt)

Just before their match starts, the AEW World Tag Team Champions, The Young Bucks, come out and take a seat at the top of the ramp.

Jungle Boy and Rey Fenix kick things off. Fenix applies a tight side headlock. Jungle Boy runs the ropes and breaks it up. Jungle Boy rocks Fenix with a Gamengiri on the apron. Fenix lands a nice kick on Luchasaurus while on the ropes. Both of them tag in their respective partners. Penta El Zero Miedo slyly takes his glove off and connects a few kicks to the hamstrings. Fenix and Jungle Boy make their way back in the ring. Fenix plants a rebound spinning heel kick on Jungle Boy. NBA Champion and Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetekounmpo is sitting at ringside and he’s having a blast watching this match unfold just before the show cuts to commercial.

Back from the break, Fenix is back in. He runs over and takes Luchasaurus off the apron with a springboard spinning kick. Fenix and Jungle Boy connect stereo tope suicidas on their challengers! Unbelievable! Luchasaurus is doing double duty with a double clothesline on the Lucha Bros. Next, he hands a massive heel kick on Penta, followed by a standing moonsault. Will this be enough for Jurassic Express to win? Not yet! Penta goes to work on Luchasaurus before making a tag back to Fenix.

Fenix hits another springboard spinning kick and pays homage to Eddie Guerrero with a perfect frog splash from off the top. Fenix pins Luchasaurus. 1-2-2.8, Luchasaurus is still in this! Jungle Boy is back in and hits a poisoned rana, followed by Tiger Driver. Jungle Boy floats over on Fenix and applies a Snare Trap. Penta runs in and breaks it up. Penta comes in for his brother. Fenix creeps up behind Jungle Boy on the ropes and sends Jungle Boy soaring off with a hurricanrana, tossing Jungle Boy into Luchasaurus and Penta!

Back in the ring, Penta hooks the leg on Jungle Boy, thinking this will be enough. No! Fenix counters Jurassic’s double finisher. Jungle Boy and Fenix do battle on the ring apron before Penta comes charge in with a Mexican Destroyer. Fenix plants the same move on Luchasaurus, but he pops out by the first count! Penta hoists Fenix up in the wheelbarrow position, and Fenix plops on top of Luchasaurus. Will that be enough? No! The Lucha Bros hit a combined package piledriver. 1-2-3. The Lucha Bros have a date with The Young Bucks next Sunday!

Winners: The Lucha Bros

The Lucha Bros will now meet The Young Bucks at All Out for the AEW World Tag Team Championship!

Post-Match: The Young Bucks try to test the Lucha Bros out with some cheap shots, but the champs get shut down quickly.

– Next, a beautifully made vignette is shown of how CM Punk and Darby Allin are gearing up for their major bout at All Out. The second part of this will be broadcasted next Friday on Countdown To All Out at 11/10c on TNT.

Up next, we hear from the TNT Champion Miro!

TNT Champion Miro’s In-Ring Segment:

Poor Fuego Del Sol. Miro bullies his former opponent down to the ring. Then, Miro rips off Sol’s mask, exposing him to the whole world. Eddie Kingston’s music hits. The Mad King runs down to settle things. Several referees come down to restore order. The fans are behind Eddie as they chant his name in unison. Miro retreats out of the ring in time before Kingston causes any more damage.

The Bunny (w/The Blade) vs. Tay Conti

The Bunny ambushes Tay Conti as she’s waving to the fans. The Bunny rains down a flurry of stomps on Conti in the corner, followed by a low flying elbow. The Bunny hooks the leg for the first pin in the match. Conti kicks out. Seconds later, The Bunny looks for another pin. Conti repeats the pattern before with a kickout. The Bunny tosses Conti into another corner. Conti evades and lands several big chops. But, it won’t be enough, as The Bunny takes charge again with a foot chokehold. Conti breaks free from The Bunny’s control with some midsection shots. The Bunny hoists Conti up in the firewoman’s position. Conti escapes and drops The Bunny on her knee with a backbreaker, followed by a Boss Man Slam.

The Bunny eats a big boot in the corner. Conti hits the Tay-KO. Penelope Ford makes her way down to the ring. Ford distracts Aubrey Edwards, which gives The Bunny a chance to deck Conti in the face with some heavy brass knuckles. The Bunny goes for the final cover. 1-2-3. The Bunny takes home this cheap shot victory.

Winner: The Bunny

– Excalibur runs through the matches scheduled for All Out, which now includes The Lucha Bros versus The Young Bucks for the World Tag Team Championship and Eddie Kingston taking on Miro for the TNT Championship!

– Darby Allin will face Daniel Garcia on next Friday’s Rampage

Backstage: AEW World Champion Kenny Omega calls his tag match tonight a “public exercise” before his main event match with Christian Cage next Sunday. On the other side of the frame, Cage promises to make Omega look like a fool tonight and again next Sunday. We’ll see if he can keep his word in their tag bout, next!

And now, the main event!

AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and Brandon Cutler (w/Don Callis) vs. Impact World Champion Christian Cage and Frankie Kazarian

Frankie Kazarian and Brandon Cutler start this matchup. Kazarian is raining down heavy shots on Cutler in the corner. Kazarian slams Cutler to the other side of the ring with a strong Irish Whip. Cutler finds a way to escape and make a tag to Kenny Omega. Michael Nakazawa grabs Kazarian’s leg on the outside. This helps Omega gain a foot chokehold on “The Elite Hunter” in the corner. Kazarian escapes with some chops. Cutler comes back in for Omega. Kazarian plops Cutler on the top rope and lands a big punt kick to the midsection. Their fight spills to the outside.

Nakazawa, again, inserts himself in this bout. Once things clear up on the outside, Omega is back in. He rocks Kazarian with his You Can’t Escape signature. Kazarian creates some separation with a chop. Omega fires back with a Kotaro Krusher. Omega makes a hot tag to Cutler. Cutler is having a blast keeping Kazarian down on the mat. He even does the Dab. Yes, this happened! Kazarian crawls over and makes the tag to Christian Cage. Cage traps Omega after dodging out of the champion’s One-Winged Angel attempt. Cage tosses Omega in the corner with Cutler and hits 10 double punches, followed by an inverted DDT.

Cage gets Cutler in the Killswitch position. Omega drags Cage straight into the ring post. Omega was so close to getting the Killswitch, but he retreats to the ramp. Cage hits a spear, followed by the Killswitch on Cutler. Christian Cage and  Frankie Kazarian capture the win – a good look for Cage ahead of his AEW World Title match.

Winners: Christian Cage & Frankie Kazarian

That concludes this week’s episode. Thanks for watching!