After AEW Dynamite in Minneapolis, fans got to watch an AEW Rampage episode which will air on December 1st. This is your official spoiler warning for the contents of this article.

Ringside News provided complete coverage of AEW Dynamite this week. It was quite show, and they also booked some big matches for Collision. They also made a big announcement about Sting’s final match.

These are live spoiler results, so keep refreshing as the show continues and we will provide more updates!

Surprisingly, Tony Khan did not reveal any official matches for Rampage during the Dynamite broadcast. However, those in attendance for the tapings at the Target Center in Minneapolis were in for a treat as they saw the matches. Now, we have spoilers, so fans know what to expect.


In the first match of the night, Orange Cassidy, Hook, Danhausen, & Trent beat Lee, Parker, Uno, & Reynolds of the Dark Order in an 8-man tag team match. That match got a good amount of time

Sting and Ric Flair took to the ring next. The two legends cut a promo, as they took a walk down memory lane in front of the live crowd. It was said that they had a lot of love in the promo, and there wasn’t really a purpose for it, other than to have the two Hall of Famers in the ring on Rampage.

The Don Callis Family won a quick squash match. Prior to that, they unveiled a Last Super parody painting with their faces over Jesus and his disciples.

Kris Statlander, Skye Blue, and Hikaru Shida defeated Ruby Soho, Saraya and Anna Jay in a quick match. It was said that this match had some fun spots in it.

El Hijo de Viking, Pentagon, and Komander defeated the Workhorsemen & Brian Cage after Cage walked out when he was unintentionally struck. It was said that this match is worth watching, and a great way to end the show.

Keep checking back with us here at Ringside News for more on this story and so many more. You never know what will break next, and that especially includes Britt Baker’s social media.

What’s your take on AEW’s plan for Rampage this week? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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