Welcome to our WrestlingINC.com Live AEW Rampage Viewing Party. Tonight’s show is live from the Entertainment & Sports Arena in Washington, D.C.

AEW is promoting four matches for tonight’s broadcast:

  • Jon Moxley vs. Ethan Page
  • TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (c) vs. Anna Jay
  • Nick Jackson vs. Trent Beretta
  • Hook vs. Serpentico

The previously announced match between the Young Bucks and Roppongi Vice (Rocky Romero & Trent Beretta) was changed to Beretta vs. Nick Jackson after Romero tested positive for COVID-19.

Our live coverage of AEW Rampage begins at 10 PM ET.

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We’re underway with Excalibur, Taz, Ricky Starks, and Chris Jericho.

Jon Moxley vs. Ethan Page (with Scorpio Sky)

Jon Moxley enters first and tosses a couple of chairs into the ring. Chris Jericho mentions on commentary he still has a scar on his face from a past encounter with Mox.

Page sends Sky to the back during his entrance. He’s going to go it along against Moxley.

Page overpowers Moxley out of a lockup in the early moments. Taz mentions Moxley is leaner since his return. Jericho adds to that by saying Moxley is not in “ring shape”.

Page and Moxley trade chops. A back elbow by Moxley takes down Page. Moxley mounts Page in the corner and bites Page’s forehead.

Moxley rushes in, but Page gets his feet up and knocks Moxley out of the ring with a shoulder tackle. Page follows Moxley out and lands some punches. Moxley staggers away to create some space. Page pursues him. Moxley meets him with some chops and sends Page into the ringside barricade.

Moxley rolls Page back into the ring, but Page catches him coming in. Page dropkicks Moxley’s knee while he’s tied up in the ropes. Page hits a draping spinning backbreaker to bring Moxley back into the ring. That gets a 2-count.

Moxley powers Page into the corner with some shoulder blocks, but Page dodges a shoulder block and Moxley crashes into the ring post as go to the picture-in-picture break.

Back from the break and Page has Moxley up for the Ego’s Edge, but Moxley escapes. Moxley hits a German suplex on Page. Page escapes another attempt but rebounds into another German suplex.

Moxley misses a lariat. Page and Moxley trade strikes. Moxley and Page switch to trading slaps. A knee lift by Page ends the exchange for a moment. Page hits a high boot, but Moxley responds with a lariat.

Moxley attempts the Paradigm Shift but Page escapes and hits a brainbuster. That gets a 2-count.

Page grabs a leg and locks in a half Boston crab. Moxley makes it to the ropes to break the hold. Page lays in some punches while Moxley is against the ropes. Moxley ducks and Page goes over the top rope to the outside. Moxley follows with a suicide dive.

Moxley rolls Page back into the ring but he takes too long to climb to the top rope and Page cuts him off. Page hits an avalanche powerslam. A pinning attempt by Page is reversed by Moxley. Moxley lays in some elbows and knees and locks in the bulldog choke. Page is out and referee Aubrey Edwards calls for the bell.

Jon Moxley defeats Ethan Page via referee stoppage

Page is acting like he passed out and doesn’t even realize the match is over. Page gets too close to Moxley after the match and gets a Paradigm Shift for his troubles. Moxley departs through the crowd, but on his way out he bumps in Bryan Danielson. Danielson applauds Moxley who just walks away while Danielson smirks.

We got to some backstage comments from the AEW Tag Team Champions, Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus. Jungle Boy is not happy about the Gunn Club’s attack on Christian Cage on Wednesday’s Dynamite.

Back from the break with our next match.

Nick Jackson (with Matt Jackson & Brandon Cutler) vs. Trent Beretta (with Orange Cassidy)

All of the Best Friends are out for Beretta’s entrance, but only Cassidy accompanies him to the ring.

Beretta gets the better of an early exchange and hits some chops before powering Jackson down with an overhead throw.

Jackson reverses a springboard DDT into a northern lights suplex. Beretta is favoring his neck and commentary has taken notice.

Beretta puts down Jackson with a back body drop. Beretta misses a cross body and hangs himself up in the ropes. Jackson brings him back in with a draping neckbreaker.

Beretta rolls outside, but Jackson pursues him with a kick from the ring apron as we got to our picture-in-picture break.

Back from the break and Beretta gets his knees up before Jackson can land a swanton bomb. Beretta takes down Jackson with a clothesline. He follows that with a deadlift German suplex and a running knee strike. That gets a 2-count.

Beretta pounds Jackson with forearms against the ropes. Beretta runs into a boot by Jackson and flips to the outside. But Beretta follows and hits Jackson with a spear on the floor.

Both men roll back into the ring. Beretta hits a backdrop driver and a swinging DDT for a close near-fall.

Beretta pulls Jackson to his feet and hits some chops. Jackson pulls referee Rick Knox in front of him but that’s only a temporary reprieve because Beretta quickly retakes control and takes down Jackson. Both men are down.

Jackson rolls out to the apron. He springboards in with a destroyer and that gets a near-fall on Beretta.

Beretta and Jackson get to their feet and trade strikes. Jackson ends the exchange with a spinning kick. He follows Beretta into the corner with a rising knee strike and brings him out with a bulldog.

Beretta blocks Jackson’s superkick attempt and takes down Jackson with a lariat. Beretta hits a piledriver for a near-fall.

Jackson again retreats to the ring apron. Beretta goes out after him. Jackson backdrops Beretta onto the entrance ramp and lands a swanton bomb onto Beretta on the entrance ramp.

Beretta is rolled back into the ring. Jackson hits a 450 splash with the top rope for a close near-fall.

Jackson sets up for a superkick and hits it while Beretta is on his knees. A second superkick attempt is reversed into Strong Zero and Beretta gets the pin.

Trent Beretta defeats Nick Jackson via pinfall

We go to a hype video for Mercedes Martinez. She says her first priority is taking out Thunder Rosa.

Back from the break with our next match.

Hook vs. Serpentico

Hook goes right after Serpentico and interrupts his streamer entrance. Hook uses some judo takedowns to wear out Serpentico, who is still in his kimono.

Hook goes for an arm submission and Serpentico gets his foot on the ropes.

Hook catches Serpentico with an overhead suplex. He quickly locks in Red Rum and that gets the submission.

Hook defeats Serpentico via submission

Before Hook’s music can even play, QT Marshall is out with a microphone. He calls Hook a delinquent and gets in his face. Hook suplexes Marshall on the stage and walks away while Taz cackles with glee on commentary.

Mark Henry talks with the women in tonight’s main event. Jade Cargill calls Anna Jay “Anna Banana”. Anna Jay says she has a dark side and the street fight a few weeks ago changed her. “TBS stands for That B---h Slayer”.

Next Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite:

  • Ladder Match For Undisputed TNT Championship: Cody Rhodes vs. Sammy Guevara
  • CM Punk Speaks
  • Chris Jericho, Santana & Ortiz vs. Daniel Garcia & 2point0
  • We’ll Hear From Dr. Britt Baker
  • Red Velvet vs. Leyla Hirsch
  • Unsanctioned Lights Out Match: Adam Cole vs. Orange Cassidy

TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (c) (with Mark Sterling) vs. Anna Jay (with John Silver)

This is Cargill’s first title defense.

Staredown and flexing to start. Sterling and Silver try to get chants going for their favorite.

Cargill grabs a side headlock and puts down Jay with a shoulder block.

Cargill catches a crossbody by Jay and slams her down.

Cargill showboats and Jay grabs a rollup but Cargill kicks out.

Jay rolls to the outside. Silver and Sterling get in each other’s faces. Cargill steps in to get in Silver’s face. Jay blindsides Cargill with a forearm as we go to the picture-in-picture break.

Back from the break and Cargill is in control. Cargill charges into the corner but Jay is able to avoid it. Jay grabs her Queenslayer sleeper hold from the apron. Cargill drops Jay down across the top rope to break the hold.

Jay hits a series of charges into the corner on Cargill. A series of kicks dazes Cargill. Jay hits a Flatliner. But Sterling gets up on the apron. Silver takes down Sterling.

Cargill hits a pump kick on Jay and goes for Jaded. Jay reverses into the Queenslayer but can’t lock it on fully. Cargill gets to her feet and crashes Jay back into the corner.

Jay gets on the second rope and grabs the Queenslayer again. Referee Paul Turner is urging her to get out of the ropes. Cargill finally powers out.

Jay charges in but gets caught in a one-armed powerbomb by Cargill. Cargill follows that with Jaded and pins Jay to retain the TBS Championship.

Jade Cargill defeats Anna Jay via pinfall to retain the TBS Championship

Cargill’s record is now 25-0, and that fact is reinforced by a graphic put up on the big screen as Cargill celebrates.


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