AEW Rampage Results
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AEW Rampage History
AEW Rampage is a professional wrestling show that debuted on August 13, 2021, as part of the All Elite Wrestling (AEW) promotion. The show’s launch was announced by AEW president Tony Khan in May 2021 as an additional weekly program, airing every Friday night at 10 pm Eastern Time on TNT.
The concept behind AEW Rampage is to feature fast-paced, action-packed matches and highlight the company’s top stars and storylines. The show was introduced as a complement to AEW Dynamite, the promotion’s flagship program that airs every Wednesday night.
AEW Rampage made its debut from the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, and featured a highly anticipated match between former WWE superstar CM Punk and Darby Allin. The match was the first for CM Punk in over seven years and was a major draw for AEW. The show drew a strong viewership of 740,000 viewers, making it the most-watched show on cable that Friday night.
Since its debut, AEW Rampage has continued to feature high-profile matches and storylines, including the crowning of the first AEW Women’s TBS Champion, the return of Bryan Danielson to professional wrestling, and several other memorable moments. The show has been praised for its fast-paced format and high-quality matches and has become a popular addition to AEW’s programming lineup.
How to watch AEW Rampage
AEW Rampage is a weekly professional wrestling show that airs live on TNT every Friday at 10 pm Eastern Time. Fans can also watch the show on the TNT app or website with a cable or satellite TV subscription.
For cord-cutters, AEW Rampage is available for streaming on several online platforms such as Sling TV, Fubo TV, Hulu Live, and YouTube TV, among others. International viewers can catch the show on platforms like FITE TV or ITV4 in the UK. AEW Rampage also occasionally airs special events on pay-per-view, which can be purchased through cable or satellite providers, as well as on streaming platforms like B/R Live or FITE TV.