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AEW Rampage: Fyter Fest 2023 Results


Tonight’s episode of AEW RAMPAGE: Fyter Fest was broadcast from the Rupp Arena in Lexington, KY!

Your broadcast team was Excalibur and Tony Schiavone!

The show opened with a graphic paying tribute to Windham Rotunda 1987-2023.

It’s Friday and you know what that means!

AEW International Championship Match!

“Freshly Squeezed” Orange Cassidy (c.) vs. QTV’s Aaron Solo (with Harley Cameron)!

Solo kicked Orange in the midsection. Orange countered with a side headlock takeover. Orange had Solo’s ankles trapped and then he sent Solo to the arena floor with an arm drag. Solo pulled Orange out of the ring. Orange went to strike Solo when Solo used Harley as a human shield. Orange wasted no time, moved around them, and connected with a tope suicida on Solo.

Cassidy climbed to the top rope, but Harley interfered and pulled Orange down. Solo seized the opportunity to go on the attack. Solo closed the distance, charging at Cassidy in the corner with a running elbow.

The champ took flight, jumping off the top rope and connecting with a crossbody press. Solo ducked the Orange Punch. Orange nailed Solo with the Stun Dog Millionaire and followed up with a DDT for a near fall.

Harley grabbed a microphone and began to sing to distract Orange. Solo landed a corkscrew dropkick and then planted Orange on his shoulders. Solo squashed Orange with a diving double stomp for a two-count. Harley removed her boot and while the ref was distracted, Solo struck Cassidy in the head with it!

Orange rocked Solo with the Orange Punch. He followed up with the Beach Break and pinned Aaron Solo!

From earlier in the week, footage aired of Jim Ross’s sit down interview with AAA Latin American Champion QT Marshall!

“Now it’s time I get the respect I feel I’ve earned. Ever since I started in AEW, people always think I’ve aligned myself with other guys. Cody Rhodes, Powerhouse Hobbs. When in actuality, they’ve aligned themselves with me.

“But that’s not the story that you guys on commentary wanted to tell. And I never complained. I just sat there and smiled because I’m a pro. I’m not just a pro, I put the pro in professional wrestling.

“I was taught: be a good soldier and opportunities will arise. Speaking of opportunities, it seems there’s this narrative that because of my relationship with Tony Khan, I get said opportunities. But if that were the case, why did I have to go to another country? Why did it take management of Triple A to see in me everything I’ve been saying since day one.

“The other night in front of 20,000, you’re right, I beat three of the best wrestlers in the world. And how’d I do it? By being one of the best wrestlers in the world. I don’t have a backup plan. This is it. I don’t have a degree from university, but I learned a long time ago I have a PhD in professional wrestling. I have passion, I have heart, I have determination to be the absolute best that ever stepped inside the ring.

“This is about me getting everything I’ve ever wanted in AEW. I’m not on the posters. I’m not on the trucks. I don’t even have an action figure. So now I’m going to defend this AAA Latin American Title with pride starting this Friday night. And I’ll finally get the respect I’ve earned, even from you.”

AAA Latin American Championship Match!

QT Marshall (c.) (with Johnny TV) vs. Gravity!

Gravity dropkicked QT out of the ring. Gravity went over the top and nailed QT with a tope con hiro. Gravity jumped off the ropes, but QT took down Gravity with a stiff forearm.

Gravity attempted a hurracanrana off the apron, but QT caught him and countered with a powerbomb onto the apron! Back in the ring, Gravity crushed QT with a Destroyer for a near fall! QT hit a combination on Gravity, making him pay.

Gravity reversed a suplex and nailed QT with several thrust kicks. Gravity landed a 21-plex on QT Marshall for a near fall. Gravity and QT jockeyed for position on the top turnbuckle. Gravity dropped QT back down onto the mat for a near fall. QT hit the Diamond Cutter and then used the Dirt Sheet Driver on Gravity, scoring the pin!

TNT Champion Luchasaurus vs. R. Jones!

Luchasaurus clocked his opponent with a massive boot to the face! Luchasaurus chokeslammed him. After hitting him with a lariat to the back of the head, Luchasaurus pinned his opponent!

Christian Cage, holding the TNT Championship, was watching on a monitor backstage.

Main Event Time!

AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida & Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.


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

Saraya hammered away at Baker with elbows. Toni tagged in and stomped Britt Baker in the corner. Toni took Baker down with a snap suplex. Toni smashed Baker with the hip attack, sending Britt crashing on the arena floor. Ruby Soho was kicking Britt until TBS Champion Kris Statlander sprinted to the ring, hoisted up Ruby, and carried her all the way to the back!

Baker rallied back with a neck breaker to Toni Storm. Baker tagged in Shida and Shida cleaned house on Storm and Saraya! Shida suplexed Saraya onto Storm!

Shida and Storm exchanged forearms and chops in the center of the ring. Saraya heaved Britt by the hair. Storm squashed Baker in the corner with the hip attack. The Outcasts hit a tandem powerbomb on Baker. Shida cracked Storm with a question mark kick. Saraya knocked down Shida with a thrust kick, but Baker was there to dish out a thrust kick of her own to Saraya!

“Kicks all around,” said Excalibur.

Baker connected with a ripcord elbow strike to Saraya. Shida dropped Toni Storm. Shida planted Saraya with the falcon arrow. Baker rocked Saraya with a swinging neck breaker. Britt Baker applied her surgical glove, getting ready to apply the Lockjaw to Saraya. Saraya grabbed the ref’s leg to distract him. Toni Storm pulled out a can of spray paint. Shida tried to pull the can away but Storm sprayed Shida in the eyes. Baker landed a thrust kick on Storm. Baker went to check on Shida, but Shida, who was temporarily blinded, struck Baker! Saraya spiked Baker with the Nightcap and pinned her!

Catch AEW DYNAMITE on TBS next Wednesday live at 8/7ct from NOW Arena in Chicago, IL!

Don’t miss AEW Collision on Saturday on TNT at 8/7c!

Be a part of history! This Sunday order All In: London from Wembley Stadium, live on pay-per-view at 6pm BST / 1pm ET! Zero Hour begins at 5pm BST / Noon ET / 9am PT!

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


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