AEW has just announced the return of the two-ring Royal Rampage Battle Royal for next week’s episode of Rampage. This exciting match will feature a stacked lineup of competitors vying for supremacy in the squared circle.

During this week’s Rampage, a backstage segment revealed some of the participants who will be entering the Royal Rampage Battle Royal. The confirmed names include Matt Hardy, Ethan Page, Isiah Kassidy, Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, and Satnam Singh. With such a diverse mix of talent, fans can expect an intense and action-packed battle.

The Royal Rampage Battle Royal made its debut last year at the Rampage tapings following the Blood & Guts Dynamite event. The unique match format features two rings, with 10 competitors in each ring. Two wrestlers start the match in each ring, and every minute, a new participant enters, alternating between the rings. The aim is to eliminate opponents by tossing them over the top rope. The final two wrestlers from each ring then face off to determine the winner.

Last year’s Royal Rampage Battle Royal concluded with Brody King emerging victorious and earning a title shot against then-AEW World Champion Jon Moxley. This year, it remains to be seen how many participants will be involved and if the winner will receive a shot at the current AEW World Champion, MJF.


In addition to the Royal Rampage Battle Royal, next week’s episode of Rampage will feature an exciting tag team match between The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn, taking on QTV’s Powerhouse Hobbs, Johnny TV, and QT Marshall. The event will be taped on Wednesday at the TD Garden in Boston, right after the Blood & Guts Dynamite concludes.

Be sure to tune in to AEW Rampage for an unforgettable night of high-stakes competition and thrilling wrestling action. As a reminder, Ringside News will have any other breaking news regarding the show headed into the event.

What are your thoughts on the return of the two-ring Royal Rampage Battle Royal in AEW?

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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