Posted on 6/22/124 by Bob Magee

This episode of AEW RAMPAGE was broadcast on TNT from the
EagleBank Arena in Fairfax, VA!

Your broadcast team was Excalibur, “Daddy Magic” Matt
Menard, and Tony Schiavone.

It’s Friday and you know what that means! The fastest hour
in professional wrestling!


Komander & Metalik (with Alex Abrahantes)
Private Party—Brother Zay & Marq Quen!

Brother Zay hit an arm drag on Komander, but Komander took
down Zay with a diving hurricanrana. Komander crumbled Zay
after Komander connected with a dropkick. Private Party
blasted Metalik with Silly String for a near fall!

Metalik wiped out Private Party with big back elbows.
Metalik flew over the top rope and crashed onto Private
Party. Komander followed up with a Sky Twister Press to the
floor on Private Party!

Brother Zay planted Komander with a spinebuster. Quen
grabbed a tag and super plexed Metalik! Quen nailed Metalik
with a 450 splash, but Komander jumped in to break up the
pin. Metalik and Brother Zay traded shots. Both men had the
same idea and took one another down with clotheslines.

Komander and Quen attempted shooting star presses but their
targets moved out of the way. Quen spiked Komander with a
reverse hurricanrana. Private Party finished off Metalik
with Gin & Juice, with Brother Zay grabbing the pin!

After the match, FTW Champion “The Learning Tree” Chris
Jericho, Bryan Keith, and Big Bill walked onto the ramp.
Private Party rushed up to them, but Private Party was
outnumbered. Security tried to pry Private Party away from
Jericho, Big Bill, and Bryan Keith. Ref Aubrey Edwards
yelled at them, telling them to save it for their match on

Shingo Takagi vs. AR Fox!

AR Fox ambushed Takagi before the bell. Fox vaulted off the
ring post and took out Shingo on the ring floor. AR Fox
followed up with a senton for a near fall!

Takagi cracked AR Fox with a vicious lariat! Takagi nailed
Fox with a swinging neck breaker. Takagi battered Fox with
hammer and anvil elbow strikes. Fox took down Takagi with a
cutter and then a 450 splash, but Takagi kicked out at the

Takagi drilled Fox with a Death Valley Driver! Takagi
followed up with a running lariat. Takagi planted Fox,
finishing Fox off and scoring the pinfall victory!

“American Dragon” Bryan Danielson walked down to the ring
after the match, applauding Takagi’s victory. Danielson
extended his hand, but Takagi slapped it away.

“Shingo is laser focused on winning the tournament and
beating Danielson at Forbidden Door,” said Excalibur.

Rey Fenix (with Alex Abrahantes)
The Outrunners’ Turbo Floyd (with Truth Magnum)!

Turbo took Fenix off his feet with a shoulder tackle. Rey
Fenix connected with a cross body press off the top rope.
Rey Fenix walked the top rope with a kick to Turbo’s head.
Rey Fenix quickly finished off Turbo with the frog splash
and pinned Turbo!

Penta El Zero Miedo helped Rey Fenix and Alex celebrate in
the ring after the match.

“Jay White, Rey Fenix is coming for the Owen Cup,” said

TNT Ladder Match Qualifier!
Lio Rush vs. Action Andretti (with Top Flight—Dante & Darius

Lio Rush went for a hurricanrana, but Action landed on his
feet. Both men, familiar with each other’s style, collided
in the center of the ring with cross body presses, each
having the same idea.

Lio used a snap suplex to stun Action Andretti. Lio kicked
Action in the spine. Lio rocked Action with an uppercut to
the back of Action’s head. Andretti turned up the heat on
Lio Rush and booted Rush out of the ring. Andretti flipped
off the ropes and crashed down hard on Rush. Action planted
Rush with the Falcon Arrow for a near fall.

Lio dropped Action to his knees with a lightning
combination. Lio avoided a split legged moonsault. Lio
bounced off the bottom rope and scored with a stunner. Lio
scored the win with a frog splash on Action Andretti!

“He’s done it. He’s qualified for the ladder match at
Forbidden Door,” said Daddy Magic.

“Will we be looking at the new TNT Champion?” replied

Lio Rush helped Action Andretti to his feet, showing his
respect and extending his hand. Action shook Lio’s hand.

Rampage Main Event!
The Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Women’s Quarterfinal!
“The Professor” Serena Deeb vs. Willow Nightingale!

Willow flattened Deeb with a running cross body, then
followed up with a beautiful vertical suplex. Deeb charged
at Willow and knocked her to the arena floor with a running
forearm. Deeb dropped Willow with a snapping neck breaker.

Deeb was looking for the Deeb Tox, but Willow back body
dropped her way out of it. Willow clipped Deeb in the back
of the head with a cartwheel kick. Willow planted Deeb with
a spinebuster for a near fall.

Deeb blocked the Doctor Bomb. Deeb applied a single leg
crab. Deeb stunned Willow with a German Suplex. Serena Deeb
climbed to the top turnbuckle. Willow met her up there,
cutting her off at the pass. Willow superplexed Deeb!

Willow connected with a big lariat, but Deeb kicked out at
the two-count. Deeb dodged a cannonball in the corner from
Willow. Deeb walloped Willow with the Deeb Tox for a near
fall. Willow charged off the ropes and pounced Deeb! Willow
pinned Deeb after the Doctor Bomb!

Willow advances in the tournament!

“A great match, and now a meeting with Willow Nightingale is
unavoidable for Kris Statlander,” said Excalibur.

Don’t miss AEW COLLISION on Saturday on TNT at 8/7c from the
PPL Center in Allentown, PA!

Catch AEW DYNAMITE on TBS next Wednesday live at 8/7ct from
the KeyBank Arena in Buffalo, NY!

Get ready for AEW: FORBIDDEN DOOR 2024, live on pay-per-view
on Sunday, June 30th, from the UBS Arena in Long Island, NY!

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And remember… We are AEW—Where The Best Wrestle!

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