Welcome to our WrestlingINC.com Live AEW Rampage Viewing Party. Tonight’s matches were recorded earlier this week at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio (**SPOILERS**, if you’re interested).

Four matches are announced for tonight’s show, including two championship matches.

  • AEW Tag Team Championship: Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus (c) vs. Private Party
  • TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (c) vs. Julia Hart
  • Jon Moxley vs. Anthony Bowens
  • FTR vs. Lee Johnson & Brock Anderson

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

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We’re underway. Excalibur, Taz, Ricky Starks, and Chris Jericho are on commentary.

Jon Moxley vs. Anthony Bowens (with Max Caster)

Caster raps, “You’re wifey still ain’t called me back.” He finishes with, “The network called. They said watch your mouth’.

Moxley is on the attack from the start and chops Bowens in the corner. Moxley stomps Bowens and mounts him in the corner for some punches.

Moxley moves Bowens to the center of the ring and lays in some hard slaps to Bowens’ back. Bowens rolls to the outside. Moxley pursues and throws Bowens into the ringside barricade and then throws Bowens over the barricade.

Referee Aubrey Edwards admonishes Moxely, who raises her hand for a cheap pop. Moxley heads into the crowd to continue to brawl with Bowens.

Moxley brings Bowens back to ringside. He pulls Bowens arm against the ring post, but Bowens reverses it to send Moxley into the post. Bowens gets Moxley into the ring and lays in some punches.

Bowens chops Moxley in the corner. Bowens pulls Moxley’s arm across the top rope and follows with a Russian leg sweep.

Bowens pulls Moxley to his feet and tries for a suplex, but Moxley blocks it and delivers some knees and an X-plex to retake control.

Moxley kicks Bowens while he’s on his knees. Moxley runs against the ropes but Caster grabs his foot and Bowens retakes control. He covers Moxley for a two-count.

Bowens follows with a reverse neckbreaker as we go into the picture-in-picture break.

Back from the break, both men are on the top rope. Moxley wants an avalanche Paradigm Shift, but Bowens escapes and hits a dropkick. He brings Moxley back in with a superplex for a two-count.

Bowens goes to the second rope. He dives into a boot to the gut by Moxley. Bowens charges and Moxley sends him over the top rope and on top of Caster. Moxley hits a suicide dive that hits Caster, but not Bowens.

Bowens catches Moxley coming back into the ring with a DDT. That gets a two-count.

Bowens delivers some forearm strikes to Moxley and Moxley starts to exchange with him. Moxley and Bowens trade reversals and Bowens hits a kick to the head of Moxley. Moxley powers through it and hits a piledriver for a two-count.

Moxley hangs Bowens over the second rope and delivers some elbows. A sunset flip attempt by Moxley is reversed. Bowens hits a knee strike for a two-count. Bowens follows with The Claim To Fame but that also only gets a two-count.

Moxley is on his knees but encourages Bowens to bring it. Bowens puts Moxley down with some forearm strikes.

Caster distracts the referee as Bowens grabs the boombox. Edwards catches him. But Bowens gets a chain from Caster and goes to hit Moxley. Moxley avoids it and hits a cutter. Moxley follows with a Paradigm Shift and that gets the pin.

Jon Moxley defeats Anthony Bowens via pinfall

We cut away to show Bryan Danielson watching the action on a backstage monitor.

Back from the break, we learn that Ruby Soho and Nyla Rose will have a match on next Wednesday’s Dynamite.

Backstage with Andrade El Idolo, who has located Darby Allin. Andrade hands a contract to Allin. Allin laughs at Andrade. He says he respects Andrade as a wrestler but wonders if Andrade has lost his mind. Allin says his dignity is not something that Andrade can buy. Allin tells them to get out of his locker room and pulls out a baseball bat to reinforce his point. Andrade gets the idea and leaves.

FTR (with Tully Blanchard) vs. Lee Johnson & Brock Anderson (with Arn Anderson)

Cash Wheeler and Johnson start us off. Wheeler puts Johnson down with some shoulder tackles. Johnson makes a blind tag to Anderson and takes down Wheeler. Dax Harwood also tags in.

Anderson and Harwood trade holds. It ends in a standoff. Harwood goes for a shoulder tackle but Anderson barely budges.

Wheeler tries to sneak attack Anderson but that doesn’t work. Anderson tags in Johnson and they clear the ring. Johnson hits both Wheeler and Harwood with dives to the outside.

Harwood is back in the ring and Johnson hits a diving crossbody from the top rope. That gets a two-count as we go the picture-in-picture break.

Back from the break and FTR are in control. Johnson hits a neckbreaker but can’t reach Anderson for the tag. Finally, Johnson escapes and tags Anderson.

Anderson lays out FTR with clotheslines. He drives shoulders into Wheeler in the corner and hits a gut-wrench slam. Anderson wants the DDT but Wheeler escapes.

Anderson goes for a rollup for Wheeler reverses and escapes. Anderson takes down Wheeler with a double leg takedown. Anderson hits the DDT. Johnson follows with a frog splash from the top rope for a near-fall. Wheeler got his foot on the bottom rope.

Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard bump into each other at ringside and Arn punches Tully to put him down.

Johnson grabs Wheeler but Wheeler makes a blind tag to Harwood. FTR quickly hit a spike piledriver on Johnson and that gets the pin.

FTR defeat Lee Johnson & Brock Anderson via pinfall

We get another hype video for the rivalry between Thunder Rosa and Mercedes Martinez. These two will meet one-on-one on next Friday’s Rampage.

Back from the break with a quick hype video for Serena Deeb.

TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (c) (with Mark Sterling) vs. Julia Hart (with Griff Garrison)

Hart is still sporting the eyepatch from the mist attack by Malakai Black weeks ago.

Cargill now has some pyro for her entrance. Sterling is sporting a neck brace.

Lockup starts and Cargill grabs a headlock. Hart sends Cargill off the ropes but Cargill puts her down with a shoulder tackle.

Cargill hits Hart with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and drops an elbow. A lazy cover by Cargill is not enough. Cargill does some push-ups and sit-ups.

Hart catches Cargill with a rollup from behind but Cargill quickly kicks out. Hart tries some running clotheslines but they are mostly ineffective. Hart finally forces Cargill into the corner and brings her out with a hurricanrana for a two-count.

Cargill is up quickly and hits a pump kick. Cargill follows with Jaded for the pin.

Jade Cargill defeats Julia Hart via pinfall to retain the TBS Championship

Cargill is a 26-0. A graphic is shown on the big screen to reinforce that point.

Mark Henry is talking to the teams involved in tonight’s main event. Matt Hardy says this is a new and improved Private Party. Christian Cage says Hardy was never on his level when it comes to tag team wrestling and the same is true when it comes to Private Party and Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus. Jungle Boy says either Private Party isn’t good enough or Hardy isn’t leading them well enough.

Next Wednesday’s Dynamite:

  • CM Punk vs. MJF
  • Nyla Rose vs. Ruby Soho
  • Malakai Black & Brody Kind vs. Pac & Penta El Zero Miedo

Next Friday’s Rampage:

  • Mercedes Martinez vs. Thunder Rosa
  • FTW Championship: Ricky Starks (c) vs. Jay Lethal

AEW Tag Team Championship: Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus (with Christian Cage) vs. Private Party (with Matt Hardy and The Blade)

Austen & Colten Gunn are sitting at ringside for this match. Luchasaurus jaws at the Gunns and Private Party take advantage. They quickly set up and hit Gin & Juice on Jungle Boy, but Jungle Boy kicks out at two!

Marc Quen maintains control over Jungle Boy. Isiah Kassidy gets a tag and both go to the top rope. Jungle Boy moves and Quen and Kassidy both miss and land hard.

Jungle Boy escapes and tags in Luchasaurus. Private Party rolls to the outside to cut off the rally. Luchasaurus heads outside after them but Hardy hits Luchasaurus in the leg with a chair as we go the picture-in-picture break.

Back from the break, and Private Party are in control of Luchasaurus. We’re shown Andrade El Idolo watching from the crowd to remind us that this is now the AHFO.

Luchasaurus tries to drag Private Party across the ring so he can make the tag. Private Party finally overpowers him, but Luchasaurus escapes a moment later and tags in Jungle Boy.

Jungle Boy runs wild, sending Kassidy and Quen to the outside. He follows with a series of dives to the outside.

Jungle Boy rolls Kassidy back into the ring. Kassidy reverses into a spinning kick for a two-count. Kassidy climbs to the top rope. Jungle Boy cuts him off and climbs up to the top. Quen comes in and gets Jungle Boy on his shoulders. Luchasaurus gets Jungle Boy on his shoulders. Kassidy dives off the top and Jungle Boy reverses it into a powerslam for a near fall.

All four men are now in the ring trading strikes. Luchasaurus scoops up Quen, but Quen is able to reverse and he sets up Kassidy to hit Silly String on Luchasaurus.

Jungle Boy catches Kassidy in the Snare Trap but Quen lands a shooting star press from the top rope to break up the hold. Kassidy tags in Quen.

Quen puts Jungle Boy on the top rope. Private Party go for Gin & Juice but Jungle Boy reverses into a destroyer. He tags in Luchasaurus and they finish off Private Party to get the win.

Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus defeat Private Party via pinfall to retain the AEW Tag Team Championship

The Gunn Club attacks Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus after the match, laying them out with their own title belts.

The Gunn Club stand triumphant and that’s our show.

 

 

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