AEW will cap off Fyter Fest Week 2 on Rampage this week. Matches for the Friday show were taped after Dynamite on Wednesday. This is your official spoiler warning, because we’re about to tell you what happened during the show.

The ‘Fyter Fest Night 4’ special edition of Rampage will air on July 22nd, and it will deal with the aftermath of Dynamite as well. Matches for Rampage were announced during Dynamite this week.

Butcher and The Blade versus Adam Page and John Silver opened the show. The match was set up after Butcher and Blade assaulted Silver and Alex Reynolds this week on Dynamite. Blade was busted wide open during the match on Rampage this week. Page got the win for his team following a huge Buckshot Lariat to The Butcher.

Claudio Castagnoli cut a promo before his big title match against ROH World Champion Jonathan Gresham at Death Before Dishonor this Saturday. The Swiss Superman thanked the fans for making him feel at home since he stepped through the door. He further stated that the ROH World Championship is the one thing that’s eluded him his whole career. He also promised to defeat Gresham and became the new ROH World Champion this Saturday.

Lee Moriarty took on Dante Martin in what was a smooth contest. Moriarty won with a roll up but cheated when he used the ropes for leverage to win. He was challenged by Matt Sydal for a match next week on Rampage.

Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter took on Skye Blue & Ashley D’Amboise in tag team action this week on Rampage. Baker and Hayter won the match after Britt tapped Ashley out with the lockjaw.

Lil Scrappy judged the rap battle between Austin Gunn and Max Caster. Austin Gunn came out first. Caster came second with his signature rap entrance. Scrappy declared Caster the winner after which a brawl broke out between The Gunns and The Acclaimed. Anthony Bowens got laid out with a trash can.

Christopher Daniels took on Jay Lethal in the main event of the show. Lethal won the match after hitting Daniels with a Lethal Injection. Sonjay Dutt and Lethal then ganged up on The Fallen Angel.

Keep checking back at Ringside News as we will provide more coverage of AEW Rampage as well as next week’s episode of AEW Dynamite ‘Fight for the Fallen’ special.

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Manik Aftab

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