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 coverage.

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.

The follow is on deck for tonight’s event:

  • Adam Page, Alex Reynolds & John Silver vs. Best Friends – AEW World Trios Tag Team Championship Tournament Semifinals
  • Swerve In Our Glory & The Acclaimed promo
  • QT Marshall vs. Ricky Starks
  • Mark Henry sitdown interview with Jade Cargill & Athena
  • Ortiz & Ruby Soho vs. Sammy Guevara & Tay Melo

AEW Rampage

Jim Ross welcomes up to the show and we get right to the action.


AEW World Trios Tag Team Championship Tournament Semifinals: Adam Page, Alex Reynolds & John Silver vs. Best Friends

No entrances, that action starts right off in the opening segment of the show. A lot of back-n-forth from Orange Cassidy and Adam Page. Orange Cassidy does his too cool for school bit. Plays with his pockets and such.

Mid-match featured more comedy that involved Orange Cassidy and John Silver. Followed by everyone in the ring trying to get their spots in. We go to picture-in-picture.

Back from the break and everyone is outside the ring. Hangman Page gets put thru a table by Best Friends. Back in the ring, Orange Cassidy goes for a pinfall but only gets a two count.

Hangman Page eventually gets back into the action and connects with a moonsault to the outside of the ring. Page back in the ring is pretty much in control of the match taking out everyone.

Chuck Taylor hits some sort of buster bomb on John Silver. Moments later Orange Cassidy connects with a super punch but John Silver ends up rolling up Chuck Taylor for the win.

Winner: Dark Order

Rey Fenix vs Blake Christian

No entrance for Black Christian. Rey Fenix dominates the match right off the start. A lot of high spots between the two in the opening moments of the match.

This match was quick one. Fenix drops his opponent and picks up the win.

Winner: Rey Fenix

Backstage segment with Hook. He’s interrupted by Matt and Angelo.

Ortiz & Ruby Soho vs. Sammy Guevara & Tay Melo

Sammy & Tay come out first, followed by Ortiz & Ruby Soho. Ortiz and Sammy start things off. Ortiz is in charge in the opening moments. Most of it was spend in the corner. Ruby runs around the apron and kicks Tay off the ring. Picture-in-picture.

Tay and Ruby in the ring. Ruby just headbutt Tay like a dozen times. Ortiz and Ruby double team Sammy before pinning him for a two count. Ruby connects with a headbutt on Sammy but gets a DDT for her troubles from Tay.

Crowd now chanting “you suck” at Tay and Sammy. Ruby rolls up Tay for the win.

Winners: Ortiz & Ruby

Backstage promo with The Acclaimed and Swerve and Glory. Rock beats scissor joke is made.

FTR & Wardlow are out for an in-ring segment. Dax talks about no one loving them. Then he starts complaining about journalist. “Every match goes to my career.” Chris Sabin cuts him off with the other ex-TNA guys at his side.

Alex Shelly gets on the mic. He claims FTR doesn’t have the respect from the locker room like they do. Shelly throws up the 4-horseman sign. Dax gets made when his daughter is brought up by Pete Williams.

QT Marshall vs. Ricky Starks

QT Marshall & Ricky Starks cut promos on each other before the main event. QT’s crew is locked up or something. As QT tries to let them out, he’s blind sided by Starks. The two brawl out to the arena and are fighting in the crowd. Starks is in control.

They finally make it into the ring and Starks is still in control. He’s got QT in the corner with a boot in his face. Picture-in-picture!

Back from the break, QT connects with an impressive cutter but Ricky picks up the win after hitting his finisher.

Winner: Ricky Starks

Powerhouse Hobbs comes out after the match and brawls with Starks. Refs are out to pull them apart. Bryan Danielson comes out and confronts Chris Jericho as the show goes off the air.

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