AEW produced a solid edition of ‘Dynamite: Grand Slam’ from the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York tonight. Multiple titles changed hands during the show. Paige made her debut as Saraya as well. The company taped a two-hour special edition of ‘Rampage: Grand Slam’ immediately following the conclusion of Dynamite.

This is your official spoiler warning, because we’re about to tell you what happened during the show. Keep checking back as we continue to update this article as results are fed to us!

This week’s edition of Rampage will air on September 23rd, and it will deal with the aftermath of Dynamite as well. Matches for Rampage were announced during Dynamite this week. Check out the card below before we get to spoiler results.

  • Jade Cargill (c) vs. Diamanté – AEW TBS Championship Match
  • Golden Ticket Battle Royal – Winner Gets a Future Shot At AEW World Title
  • Eddie Kingston vs. Sammy Guevara – Singles Match
  • Rey Fenix vs. Jungle Boy – Singles Match
  • Ricky Starks vs. Powerhouse Hobbs – Lights Out Match
  • Action Bronson & Hook vs. Angelo Parker & Matt Menard
  • Sting & Darby Allin vs. House of Black – No Disqualification Tag Team Match
  • Wardlow & Samoa Joe vs. Tony Nese & Josh Woods – Tag Team Match

Sting and Darby Allin versus Brody King and Buddy Matthews is the opener. The two attack House of Black during their entrance. Sting gets handcuffed sitting in chair. He is about to get hit by Buddy Matthews with a bat when, suddenly, the lights go out. The Great Muta’s music hits and the crowd pops. Muta appears to make the save. Muta with mist in Buddy Matthews’ eyes, causing him to inadvertently hit Julia Hart, sending her crashing through a table. Sting breaks free from the cuffs, performs a Scorpion Death Drop on Matthews, and pin him for the win. Sting and Muta hug after the match.

Jericho Appreciation Society’s Angelo Parker and Matt Menard take on Hook and Action Bronson in the next match. Bronson raps them out to the ring. Hook and Bronson win the match with a double red rum.

Jade Cargill defends her AEW TBS Championship against Diamante in the third match of the night. Jade dominates most of the match and secures the win via her finisher.

Samoa Joe and Wardlow take on Tony Nese and Josh Wood in tag team action next. Joe’s elbows are heavily tapped as he makes his entrance. Joe pins Nese following a muscle buster. Nese and Woods attack Joe but Wardlow makes the save. “Smart” Mark Sterling tries to attack Wardlow, but receives a Powerbomb Symphony from the TNT Champion, with a little assist from Samoa Joe.

Jungle Boy takes on Rey Fenix next. Jungle Boy makes his entrance alone. Rey Fenix is accompanied by Alex Abrahantes. The two engage in great back and forth action. Jungle Boy wins via roll-up. Out comes Christian Cage to confront JB, who is blindsided with an attack from Luchasaurus. Christian cuts a heel promo and calls the big man his “right hand of destruction.” Luchasausrus powerbombs JB to end the segment.

Chris Jericho and the Jericho Appreciation Society with a backstage promo is shown next. A Jericho Appreciation Event is announced for Dynamite next week. Jericho and Daniel Garcia share a brief moment but nothing happens.

Sammy Guevara versus Eddie Kingston is up next. Guevara cuts a pre-match promo. He says, “Eddie, from the bottom of my heart, I’m sorry. I’m sorry I didn’t say this sooner that you’re a fat piece of s**t.” The crowd boos. Sammy Guevara attacks Eddie Kingston on the outside then takes the action inside. Kingston retaliates the offense with three spinning back hands. Kingston catches Guevara in a chokehold variation and submits him for the win. Paul Turner asks Kingston to leave his opponent but Kingston refuses. Decision is refused and Guevara is the new winner. Eddie Kingston fights off security and is after Paul Turner for making the call.

Paul Wight comes out to join the commentary team for the Golden Ticket Battle Royale. Adam Page comes out first but is immediately attacked by Rush, Butcher, Blade, and Private Party. Dark Order comes out to make the save. Brian Cage is up next. He is followed by Penta, Dante Martin, Matt Hardy, Dalton Castle with The Boys, Jake Hager, Lee Moriarty, Best Friends, W. Morrissey, Q.T Marshal, Ariya Daivari, Lance Archer, Danhausen, and Daniel Garcia. All men fight outside the ring before the match and wait for the bell to get in. Daivari is eliminated first. Cole Carter follows suit. Hager, Chuck Taylor, Brian Cage, Trent, Dalton Castle, Daniel Garcia, Lee Moriarty, and Blade suffer the same fate. Hardy and Private Party hug but are eliminated. Evil Uno and Butcher get eliminated next. John Silver, Lance Archer, Penta, and Jay Lethal tossed outside as well. It all comes down to Page and Rush. Page wins by eliminating Rush.

Mark Henry interviews Ricky Starks and Powerhouse Hobbs before their Lights Out match in the main event. Hobbs is livid. Match starts. Starks takes a lot of beating, but manages to spear the big man through a table. Starks hits his finisher for the win. He celebrates the win as the show comes to a close.

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.

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Manik Aftab

Manik Aftab is a news writer at Ringside News. He has been an avid fan of professional wrestling since 2000. His earliest memories of pro wrestling involved The Rock taking on The McMahon-Helmsley faction in 2000. Outside of his writing responsibilities, Manik is a fan of fiction, thrillers, comics, manga and anime. He’s an occasional journalist and likes to spend his free time watching movies and reading stuff about politics, science, medicine, etc. Manik also enjoys jogs in the park and workouts in the gym.  Manik is also a big of rock bands including Linkin Park, Breaking Benjamin, Metallica, Drowning Pool, Breaking Point, and Skillet. His current favorite wrestler is Kazuchika Okada and his favorite wrestler of all time is The Rock.

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