AEW Rampage Results (07/22) – Rap Battle, Britt Baker and Jay Lethal in Acton – Wrestling Inc. | WHs Answers

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Here’s what happened on the show tonight:

The show begins with Tony Schiavone, Excalibur and Jim Ross welcoming the audience home.

Hangman Adam Page and John Silver vs. The Butcher and The Blade

Silver and Butcher begin the storyline. The bell rings and Butcher gets to work on Silver and starts knocking him out. Butcher tags in Blade, who kicks Silver. He reigns downkicks on Silver in the corner, but Silver fires back with a vertical suplex. Page comes in and he takes Blade out. He hits a fallaway slam and then flags the butcher from the outside. Page climbs to the top turning buckle and delivers a flying lasso. He goes for a pin but Blade kicks out.

Butcher pulls Page out of the ring and sends him into the barricade. He steps in to become the legal man and delivers a chop to Page. Butcher sends Oage face first into the upper gym buckle, then delivers another punch. He tags in Blade and Blade delivers a forearm. Page fires back with an elbow, making the Hot Tag Silver.

Silver brings the blade down with an uppercut followed by an elbow. He hits a side slam and then attempts a pin, but Butcher cuts him off. Butcher and Blade deliver an assisted gut buster and Blade follows with a Doctor Bomb. Butcher tags in and Silver makes the tag page. Page delivers some elbows and both men start hitting each other with double lassos. Page hits a rolling lasso, sending Butcher off the ropes. He hits the buckshot lariat for the win.

Winners: John Silver and Hangman Adam Page

We then move on to a video pack cheering up the Death Before Dishonor match between Wheeler Yuta and Daniel Garcia.

Claudio Castagnoli comes to the ring.

speak to Claudio Castagnoli

Back from the break, Castagnoli addresses Jonathan Gresham ahead of their match for the ROH World Championship tomorrow night. He says World Championships have been a part of his career and thanks the fans for their support. He says he will crack Gresham’s foundations and no one can match what he can do in the ring. He says he can’t think of a better way to continue this new chapter than beating Gresham and says he will be the new ROH World Champion.

We then get a video package celebrating Wardlow’s TNT reign as he welcomes everyone to Wardlow’s world.

Lee Moriarty (with Matt Sydal) vs. Dante Martin

The doorbell rings and the two lock up. They trade submissions before Moriarty gains the upper hand with a heel trip. Martin hits a teharis followed by a dropkick that knocks Moriarty out of the ring. Moriarty rejoins and they exchange submissions again. Moriarty hits a Northern Lights suplex then goes for the pin but Martin kicks out. Moriarty stomped Martin in the neck followed by an upper cut.

Martin hits Moriarty with a headscissors off the top turn buckle. Stokley Hathaway comes to the ring to watch. Martin hits a flying crossbody, then goes for a pin but Moriarty kicks out. Moriarty risks Martin, but Martin steps out. Moriarty kicks in the Border City stretch, but Martin grabs the bottom rope to break the submission.

Moriarty hits a few stomps before Martin hits a sit out power bomb. He wants a pin but Moriarty steps out. Martin seeks the nose dive but manages to roll it up. Moriarty counters his roll up and grabs the rope for the win.

Winner: Lee Moriarty

Matt Sydal grabs the mic and tells him he’s taking the easy route. He stands in the face and challenges Moriarty to a match on Dynamite next week. As Moriarty leaves, Hathaway offers his business card, but Moriarty refuses to take it.

We then get a video package cheering the ROH Women’s World Championship match between Mercedes Martinez and Serena Deeb.

Back at ringside, Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter come out to the ring with Rebel and the punching bag. Skye Blue and Ashley D’Amboise wait in the ring.

Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter against Skye Blue and Ashley D’Amboise

Blue and Baker start the action. The doorbell rings and the two lock up. They call for his submissions before Baker gets the upper hand. Baker kicks Blue in the face and then tags in Hayter. Hayter delivers several midsection kicks to Blue’s midsection.

Baker trips Blue on the ropes and then hits a DDT off the apron. She throws Blue back in the ring and elbows her down. Hayter and D’Amboise both tag in and Hayter hits a kick. Hayter delivers a back breaker and tags into Baker. Baker hits a butterfly suplex, then locks the jaw for the win.

Winners: Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter

Back from hiatus, here’s a video cheering Ari Daivari’s debut in AEW. We then go back to the ring where the Acclaimed and Gunn Club are in the ring. Lil’ Scrappy is the judge.

Max Caster (with Anthony Bowens) vs. Austin Gunn (with Billy and Colten Gun) in a rap battle

Gunn begins by calling Caster Bobby Lashley’s sister. He calls Caster’s father rich and asks which of her father’s careers ended sooner. He ends with the words “suck it”. Caster stands up and says he’s untouchable on the mic. He says Gunn’s rapping is cultural appropriation, and Gunn does it again. Gunn says Caster isn’t good at rapping or wrestling and says John Cena wants his gimmick back.

Caster is back on his feet and says he’s serving Gunn and his chick with his horny tongue. He says Bowens has a bigger spark than he does when holding a plug and asks him how he feels about having a dad who featured his crotch and two failed reality shows. He calls them a bunch of assholes. Gunn is back up and he stumbles and Bowens says the ass boys are choking. Lil’ Scrappy declares the celebrant the winner.

The Gunn Club attack the Acclaimed. Colten delivers a suplex to Bowens while Billy throws in a trash can. Austin hits Caster with it.

Commentary goes through the maps for next Wednesday’s Fight For The Fallen and Death Before Dishonor. Christopher Daniels comes out followed by Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh and Sonjay Dutt. Caprice Coleman echoes the comment.

Jay Lethal (with Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh) against Christopher Daniels

The bell rings and Lethal makes it clear it’s working. He rules Daniels’ forearms and right hand. Daniels hits a body slam followed by an elbow. Daniels hits a back elbow and goes for a pin but Lethal steps out. Lethal hits Daniels with a chop, but Daniels fires back with a kick. Lethal sent Daniels out of the ring and delivered a Taupe Suicida. Daniels gets on the apron and Lethal cuts him out with a top rope cutter. He delivers another taupe suicida. Sonjay Dutt gets a few outside kicks while the ref gets distracted and Lethal shoves Daniels back in the ring.

Lethal hits an uppercut followed by an elbow. Lethal hits a back breaker for Daniels and then celebrates. He hits Daniels with an elbow, followed by a superkick. Daniels fires back with an insiguri followed by a back elbow. Daniels reigns with a right hand in the corner, followed by an STO. Lethal hits a back elbow, but Daniels fires back with a Blue Thunder Bomb. He goes for a pin but Lethal steps out. Lethal hits a deadly combo, followed by a kick to the face. Lethal hits a back body drop followed by the Lethal injection for the win.

Winner: Jay Lethal

After the match, Sonjay Dutt knocks Daniels out and sends him outside. Satnam Singh bodyslams while Lethal locks in a sleeper and KOs Daniels.

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