AEW brought a big show to Pittsburgh, but the action didn’t stop after Dynamite went off the air. AEW Rampage taped before the night was over and this is your official spoiler warning.

Click here for our complete coverage of AEW Rampage this week.

AEW will present TBS Title match this week and so much more. We will have spoilers for you as soon as they are made available. At this time, the show is still in progress. Keep refreshing for more results.

You can check out the spoilers below. AEW Rampage will air at its normal time this week, 10:00 PM EST. Last week they were on at 7:00 PM EST and the viewership took a major hit


Adam Cole vs Tomohiro Ishii – Owen Hart Tournament Qualifier

Orange Cassidy and Rocky Romero came out with Ishii. Near the finish, Jay White came down and attacked Rocky. Then the distraction allowed for a low-blow and Adam Cole won with his Boom knee.

Eddie Kingston vs Daniel Garcia

Eddie Kingston was legit over in Pittsburgh. In the end, he won the match with a backfist. After the match, Kingston took off his belt, but he didn’t beat Garcia with it. He got on the microphone and said he is leaving that beating for Chris Jericho.

Lance Archer vs Serpentico

Archer killed the snake kid. End of story. VERY QUICK SQUASH.

They did a backstage segment with Jaimie Hayter and Britt Baker with Toni Storm. They exchanged words and were catty toward each other. Then Keith Lee is shown with Swerve Strickland and they have a little interaction with Hobbs and Starks. That should be a fun match.

TBS Title

Jade Cargill vs Marina Shafir

Cargill is very over in Pittsburgh, but nothing compared to Britt Baker. Then again, nobody comes close to Britt Baker in Brittsburgh. Cargill won this match and it was pretty much a highlight reel to make her look good. Shafir was also very good and proved that she needs to be in these highlight spots.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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