AEW Rampage Results for September 1, 2023. Tonight we will once again enjoy a new live follow-up of AEW Rampage that will broadcast from the NOW Arena in Chicago, Illinois. You can follow all the results of the episode by updating this same news.
Almost every team makes their entrance to the ring to start. The Outrunners are the first to go down thanks to Gates of Agony and The Butcher. Nemmeth and Avalon are the next to fall, with the latter receiving punishment from The Hardys before his departure. Aussie Open decide to enter and remove Gates of Agony from the ring, although Toa manages to eliminate The Blade in the process.
We return from the break with the elimination of The Butcher. The Hardys manage to weaken The Righteous by eliminating Vincent, although the latter manages to get rid of Matt. The Dark Order eliminate Jeff! Dutch also falls while Aussie Open take care of Andretti. Martin eliminates Reynolds before falling at the hands of Silver.
Only three teams are in the race. Aussie Open eliminate Chuck Taylor, leaving four men in the ring. Taylor allows Fletcher’s elimination. Reynolds saves Silver from his exit on the third rope. In the ring, Beretta manages to remove Davis from the ring. Silver pushes Trent out of the ring!
The Dark Order will face Adam Cole and MJF for the ROH Tag Team Championships at AEW All Out.
Aussie Open attacks Chris Jericho at the commentators table ! Sammy Guevara appears to help his partner.
In a short video, Santana recalls that the last few years of her life have been very difficult. The fighter claims that his negativity collapsed in Blood and Guts 2022, when his career was about to end. He promises that this time he won’t waste time, and will make sure to “tell his own story” of him.
Gringo and Vikingo start even until the latter manages to push his opponent away with a Hurracarana. Wayne and Kip take over, with the former going down thanks to nimble attacks from his rival. Penelope Ford looks for a distraction and allows Sabian’s offense, which launches on Wayne with a Moonsault.
We’re back from break. Wayne lifts his knees before a Gringo jump. Vikingo takes over and is in charge of punishing Sabian. The AAA mega-champion takes momentum over the ropes for a Dropkick to the back. Wayne appears to help him and they attack their rivals in stereo. Nick pushes Kip away and Vikingo closes with his 630 Swanton. 1…2…3…
Under the presentation of Johnny TV, we watch a new episode of QTV with footage of QT Marshall defending the Latin American Championship in London. Johnny promises “big changes” at QTV now that he’s in charge.
Keith corners Page with a chest punch. Hangman responds with a kick and begins to apply offense. Bryan gets up and applies several forearms to the neck before going down with a Powerslam. He avoids a Lariat with body kicks, but makes a run for the ropes and gets distracted. Buckshot Lariat and victory for Page.
The Society speak backstage. Matt Menard, Angelo Parker and Daniel Garcia assure that they will no longer rest backstage while Chris Jericho does his job. They promise that on Saturday their journey to the promised land will begin.
Willow starts with an advantage over Anna. Taya enters the ring and gets more revenge. Her rival responds with a Suplex and tags in Blue for a team attack. Valkyrie manages to knock down the Chicago native before the last commercial break.
Nightingale escapes from Taya and they both take over. Skye corners Jay with kicks and finds her in a Diving Crossbody. Willow lifts Taya onto her shoulders, but gets no response from her partner. Skye escapes a Road to Valhalla and receives a kick from Jay! Code Blue on Jay and victory to close the episode.