It’s Friday night, and you know what that means, it’s time for AEW Rampage and Ringside News has you covered with live results.

Start time for Rampage is scheduled for 10:00 PM EST Match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below.

Tonight’s Rampage will feature The Bunny taking on Red Velvet in the first round of the TBS Championship Tournament. Also tonight Adam Cole will face off against John Silver of the Dark Order.

It should be interesting to see how things play out on tonight’s show.

Rampage begins live in St. Louis with Bryan Danielson making his entrance for our opening match.

Bryan Danielson vs Anthony Bowens

The match begins with a lock up. Bowens hits an arm drag. Danielson strikes down on the elbow. Bowens gets a crucifix cover for a two count. Bowens hits a shoulder tackle and Danielson hits a kick to the chest to knock Bowens to the mat. Danielson hits a knife-edge chop in the corner. Bowens counters and hits a chop of his own. Danielson goes for a cross arm breaker but Bowens gets to the bottom rope. Danielson hits a running kick to Bowens’ back. Bowens catches Danielson’s kick and slams Danielson to the apron. Max Caster hits a lariat to Danielson as the ref is distracted.

*Commercial break*

Back live with Danielson hitting an elbow to Bowens. Danielson hits a running lariat. Danielson begins to kick Bowens in the chest repeatedly. Danielson covers for a two count. Bowens hits an enziguri in the corner and hits a DDT. Danielson sends Bowens over the top rope and hits a top rope dive to take out both Bowens and Caster. Back in the ring Danielson hits a missile drop kick. Danielson hits a series of stomps to the head and Danielson locks in the Lebell lock and Bowens taps out.

Winner: Bryan Danielson

CM Punk makes his way out to the ring for his announced face to face confrontation with Eddie Kingston.

*Commercial break*

Back live with CM Punk in the ring. Punk says that it’s good to be back in St. Louis, Punk then invites Eddie Kingston to come out to his ring. Kingston’s music hits but he doesn’t come out. Punk says that maybe Kingston isn’t here, Punk continues to talk and Kingston eventually comes out to the ring. Kingston gets in the ring and Punk says he interrupted him last week and Kingston responds by saying he will apologize but mocks Cm Punk and asks him who he is. Punk says that Kingston knows exactly who he is. Kingston says Punk was once a hero to him, much like Homicide, Samoa Joe and Amazing Red. Kingston says that Punk has judged Kingston from the start. Punk says that the truth is, it was everyone who judged Kingston and they held him to a high potential but Kingston fell short. Punk says he was not wrong to see greatness in him 15 years ago, but he is wrong to still expect that greatness from him. Kingston says that he nobody ever wanted Punk here and that he’s the only one who will say it. Kingston officially challenges Punk to a match at Full Gear. Punk says that Full Gear is too high of a bar for Kingston and that he’s more fit for Elevation or Dark. Kingston calls Punk a coward and Punk gets right in Kingston’s face. Punk asks the crowd if they want the match and Punk says he’ll see Kingston at Full Gear. Kingston says after he beats Punk, he wants Punk to quit again for another seven years. Punk headbutts Kingston and a fight breaks out that refs and officials run out to separate the two.

*Commercial break*

The Bunny vs Red Velvet

Red Velvet runs straight to the ring to start the match. Red Velvet hits a series of body shots in the corner. Bunny rolls outside the ring and Red Velvet follows and hits a lariat. Bunny throws Red Velvet into the barricade. Bunny hits a running drop kick and covers for a two count. Red Velvet hits a big boot and a running knee in the corner. Red Velvet hits a stunner and covers for two. Bunny hits a Death Valley driver and covers for a two count. Red Velvet hits the final slice and covers for three.

Winner: Red Velvet

*Commercial break*

Adam Cole vs John Silver

Our Rampage main event begins with Cole hitting a kick to Silver’s head. Silver hits a press slam to send Cole to bounce Cole off the ropes. Silver throws Cole across the ring. Cole throws Silver through the ropes and slams Silver off the ring apron. Cole locks in the camel clutch outside and poses with the Young Bucks.

*Commercial break*

Back live with Silver hitting a strong right hand. Silver hits a back body drop. Cole goes for a huricanrana but Silver catches and hits the power bomb. Cole plants Silver with a brain buster and covers for two. Silver hits a lariat and hits a running knee. Silver hits a release German suplex. Silver makes the cover but Matt Jackson places Cole’s foot on the rope. The Dark Order runs out to fight off the Young Bucks. Cole goes for a low blow but Silver catches and hits a low blow of his own and then hits a Liger bomb and gets a two count. Cole goes up top and tries a Panama sunrise but Silver escapes and hits an elbow strike in the corner. Cole hits a superkick and hits a running knee and covers for three.

Winner: Adam Cole

That’s it for this week’s Rampage. Let us know what you thought and we’ll see you back here next Friday for more Rampage coverage. Until then, stay safe!

Jack Waynick

A wrestling fan since the age of six and a Michigan State University Alumnus with a degree in sports journalism, Jack has a true passion for writing and for wrestling. Jack covers breaking news throughout the world of wrestling. Jack is responsible for live coverage of WWE Friday Night SmackDown and AEW Rampage for Ringside News. Jack’s hobbies outside of wrestling include video games, basketball and listening to music.

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