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AEW Rampage: Fight for the Fallen 2023 Results



**CONTAINS SPOILERS**


Tonight’s episode of AEW RAMPAGE: Fight for The Fallen was broadcast from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN!

Your broadcast team was Excalibur and Tony Schiavone!


Kicking off tonight’s show: Rey Fenix vs. Komander!


There was a bit of a stalemate in the early goings after some excellent chain wrestling.


“Komander with the early lead on points,” said Excalibur.


Fenix ran the top rope and tried for a punt kick, but Komander dodged it. Komander countered with a hurracanrana and then a tope. Excalibur noted that Fenix was an idol of young Komander’s.


Rey Fenix smashed Komander with a big diving stomp for a near fall. Fenix blasted Komander with a sliding thrust kick.


“Rey Fenix in the driver’s seat,” said Excalibur, as the momentum quickly shifted.


It turned into a slug fest. Fenix and Komander punished one another with stiff chops. Komander spiked Fenix with a hurracanrana for a two-count.


“I don’t see how Rey Fenix got out of that one,” said Schiavone.


The fans chanted “This is awesome! This is awesome!”


Komander hit a lung blower on Rey Fenix for a near fall. Rey Fenix nailed Komander with a cutter as Komander. Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli were watching on a monitor backstage.


Rey Fenix performed the tight rope walk into a punt on Komander! Komander came out of nowhere with a crucifix bomb! Komander connected with a hook kick. Fenix came around with a hook kick of his own, and both men were knocked to the mat.


Komander shoved Rey Fenix off the top rope and followed up with a Canadian destroyer! Komander hit the shooting star press after walking the ropes, good for a near fall on Rey Fenix. Komander went for the 450 splash but Fenix dodged it.


“What a battle we are witnessing tonight,” said Excalibur.


“This is what AEW is all about,” added Tony Schiavone.


Rey Fenix planted Komander with a muscle buster in the center of the ring and pinned him!


Renee Paquette interviewed Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. backstage!

Baker: “Renee, I was in the first All In five years ago. I was in the female four way. Then I was the first female signed to All Elite Wrestling. I helped lay brick by brick the foundation that is this women’s division. I can’t think of a better full circle moment than to win for the second time the AEW Women’s World Championship at Wembley.”

ROH World Tag Team Champions Aussie Open—Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis

vs.

Brother Zay & “All Ego” Ethan Page!


Aussie Open ambushed Page and Zay at the start of the match. Aussie Open hit tandem offense on Brother Zay. Brother Zay took down Fletcher with an arm drag. Zay kicked Davis in the head and tagged out to Ethan Page.

Brother Zay flipped off the top turnbuckle and wiped out Aussie Open on the arena floor! Page powerslammed Fletcher in the ring. Aussie Open sandwiched Page and Zay, ramming them into one another.


Page nailed Fletcher with a brainbuster and then tagged to Brother Zay. He took the fight to Fletcher. Zay connected with a springboard cross body press to Fletcher for a near fall.


“When Brother Zay is in the ring everybody has a good time except his opponents,” said Tony Schiavone.


Fletcher cracked Brother Zay with a thrust kick after Zay missed a swanton. Aussie Open neutralized Ethan Page with stereo thrust kicks. Aussie Open connected with double lariats on Brother Zay and then Davis pinned Zay after they hit the Coriolis.


Davis: “Next Sunday at Wembley Stadium, Aussie Open proves they’re the best!”


Fletcher: “MJF and Adam Cole, you’ll never hit a kangaroo kick in your lives!”


The Righteous—Vincent, Dutch, and Grayson, have their sights set on AEW!


The Hardys were watching from the Hardy Compound, and they issued a challenge to Aussie Open for next week on Dynamite: Fyter Fest!


Sammy Guevara vs. Jon Cruz!


Sammy backflipped over Cruz and took down Cruz with a corkscrew dropkick. Sammy flipped over the top rope and crashed onto Cruz on the arena floor, making it look easy.


“Sammy may be the smoothest wrestler in AEW,” said Tony Schiavone.

Sammy cracked Cruz with a knee strike and then finished him off with the GTH, more than enough for the pinfall victory on Cruz.

Main Event Time!

AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida & Skye Blue

vs.

The Outcasts’ Ruby Soho & Toni Storm (with Saraya)!


Skye Blue hammered Ruby with forearms. Skye cracked Ruby with a knee strike. Toni Storm tagged in and she and Ruby stomped Skye in the corner.


The Outcasts double teamed Skye Blue. Toni Storm sent Skye soaring to the floor with a hip attack. Shida tagged in and took the fight to Storm and Soho. Shida hoisted up Ruby and then planted her hard on the mat. Shida caught Ruby with the question mark kick. Skye came in but Ruby planted her with the Saito Suplex.

Shida connected with a knee strike to Ruby. Skye tagged in and followed up with the Code Blue on Ruby. While the ref was trying to separate Toni and Shida in the corner, Saraya slid a can of spray paint into the ring for Ruby Soho. Ruby sprayed Skye Blue in the eyes! Toni rammed into Skye in the corner with the hip attack!


“Skye couldn’t see it coming,” said Excalibur.


Toni Storm covered Skye for the pin, but Shida broke it up!


“Shida keeping her team alive in this match,” said Excalibur.


Shida tagged in and she and Toni Storm traded forearms, a prelude to All In: London. Shida ran into the ropes, but Saraya grabbed her by the boot. Shida turned around and Toni Storm was there with a vicious high kick to the champ.


The Outcasts had Shida up for a powerbomb, but Skye Blue jumped into the ring and rocked Storm with a thrust kick. Shida countered the No Future kick from Ruby Soho with a jackknife and pinned Soho!


The Outcasts mugged Skye Blue after the match. Saraya blindsided Saraya! Dr. Britt Baker sprinted to the ring and began to brawl with Toni Storm! Shida and Saraya slugged it out. Security ran down to try to separate the four women!


“I say stay out of their way and let them go for it,” said Tony Schiavone.

Catch AEW DYNAMITE: Fyter Fest on TBS next Wednesday live at 8/7ct from Gas South Arena in Duluth, GA!


Don’t miss AEW Collision: Fight For The Fallen on Saturday live on TNT at 8/7c from the Rupp Arena in Lexington, KY!


And remember…the home of professional wrestling is All Elite Wrestling!


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