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DID YOU ENJOY AEW RAMPAGE ON AUGUST 18 2023?

MJF

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

I’ve been conditioned to see MJF as the enermy of everyone. So having AC go up against him while maintaining their “friendship” gives me a lot of anxiety. I know this will eventually go downhill because of someone’s betrayal but it’s truly a breath of fresh air to feel unsure about how it will actually end up.

ᴢᴇɴɪᴛꜱᴜ ᴬᴳᴬᵀᵁᴹᴬ 雷

Trios championships

Rated 4.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

Daddy Ass coming out of retirement to win the Trios championships with The Acclaimed at Wembley Stadium is going to hit different 🔥 🥺…..

Trios championships

Billy Gunn

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

Billy Gunn coming out of retirement to help Acclaimed vs House of Black is gonna be amazing. It’s gonna be sweet to see Billy hold a championship one last time.

Billy Gunn

ROH

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

ROH has been utilizing so much talent on rampage and dynamite lately that it might make more sense to work out a TV deal for them on Thursday or something soon…

Jonathan Oscategui

Ethan

Rated 4.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

Now i have no idea what they doing with Ethan but i can tell he is enjoying himself. Still dude should be a champ or something

FøødxMusic 素敵な雰囲気

Cole and Britt

Rated 4.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

I see the plan Khan is going to put the titles on Cole and Britt yes I said it that’s what’s about to happen

Cole and Britt

Women’s Champ Hikaru Shida & Skye Blue face Storm & Soho

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

The only good thing ab the outcasts is tht they are all equal and get opportunities meaning it’s not a leader and her jobber side kicks, Ruby was in the finals of the tournament, Toni was just champ, and saraya is stringing together some wins

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Sammy Guevara returns to Rampage!

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

Man it’s soo nice to see sammy getting cheered again only seemed like last year he was getting booed out of every building and was getting YOU CAN’T WRESTLE CHANTS.

Cliff Jackson

Great show.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

Main event was perfect imo

Paul

Shida is great at this whole wrestling thing.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

That main event was pretty pretty pretty good.

Andrew

Fenix and Komander had a hell of a match!

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

card for dynamite looks awesome, guess we’re still waiting on like 3 matches for collision still to be announced?

Steven

I love Lucha Brothers as a tag team

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

I was a Lucha Underground fan and would love to see them go on singles runs at some point.

Donald

Post match were good

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 19, 2023

The main and post match were good. Cautiously optimistic for the match at Wembly

Mark

AEW Rampage Results: August 18, 2023

The latest episode of AEW Rampage aired on Friday night from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. The show was headlined by a tag team match between Hikaru Shida and Skye Blue against Toni Storm and Ruby Soho.

The match was a preview of the four-way match for the AEW Women’s World Championship at All In in September. Shida and Blue were the defending champions, while Storm and Soho were the Outcasts, a heel faction led by Dr. Britt Baker.

The match was a back-and-forth affair, with both teams getting their fair share of offense. In the end, it was Shida who scored the win for her team with a Falcon Arrow on Storm.

After the match, Baker came out to attack Shida and Blue. However, the babyface wrestlers were able to fend her off, setting up a potential brawl between the two teams at All In.

In the other main event, Rey Fenix faced Komander in a singles match. Fenix is one of the most exciting wrestlers in the world, and he put on a show for the fans in Nashville.

Fenix used his incredible speed and agility to outmaneuver Komander, and he eventually scored the win with a Phoenix Splash.

The show also featured a number of other matches, including:

  • Sammy Guevara defeated Jon Cruz
  • ROH Tag Team Champions Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis) defeated Ethan Page and Brother Zay

Overall, it was a solid episode of AEW Rampage. The show featured some great matches and built up some excitement for upcoming events, such as All In and the Stadium Stampede.

Here are some of the key takeaways from the show:

  • Hikaru Shida and Skye Blue are still the AEW Women’s World Champions, but they will have a tough challenge at All In from Toni Storm and Ruby Soho.
  • Rey Fenix is one of the most exciting wrestlers in the world, and he is a contender for any title in AEW.
  • The ROH Tag Team Champions, Aussie Open, are still going strong. They will be looking to defend their titles at All In.
  • Sammy Guevara is still one of the most popular wrestlers in AEW. He is looking to continue his momentum heading into All Out.

I hope you enjoyed this blog article about the results of AEW Rampage on August 18, 2023. Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback.

Here are some additional thoughts on the show:

  • I was really impressed with Toni Storm in the main event. She has been out of action for a while, but she looked like she never missed a beat. She is a major threat to Shida’s title at All In.
  • I also enjoyed the match between Rey Fenix and Komander. Fenix is always a joy to watch, and he put on a great show for the fans in Nashville.
  • I’m excited to see what happens at All In. There are a lot of great matches being built up, and I can’t wait to see how they all play out.

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AEW RAMPAGE PREVIEW

AEW Rampage: Fight for the Fallen

AEW Rampage returns this Friday night with a stacked card, featuring several matches that could have a major impact on the upcoming pay-per-view, All In.

In the main event, AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida will team up with Skye Blue to take on Toni Storm and Ruby Soho. This match is a preview of the Fatal 4-Way match for the title at All In, which also includes Britt Baker and Saraya.

Shida is the defending champion, but she has been struggling lately. She lost the AAA Reina de Reinas Championship to Deonna Purrazzo earlier this month, and she was also defeated by Baker on Dynamite. She will need to get back to her winning ways if she wants to retain her title at All In.

Storm is a former NXT UK Women’s Champion, and she is one of the most talented wrestlers in the world. She is also a former AEW Women’s World Champion, so she knows what it takes to win the title. She will be a tough challenge for Shida, but she is also the underdog in this match.

Soho is a former AEW Women’s World Tag Team Champion, and she is also a very popular wrestler. She is not as experienced as Storm, but she is a fierce competitor. She will be looking to make a statement in this match and show that she is a contender for the title.

The other big match on the card is a singles match between Rey Fenix and Komander. Fenix is one of the most exciting wrestlers in the world, and he is known for his high-flying acrobatics. Komander is a former AAA World Cruiserweight Champion, and he is a skilled wrestler who is known for his technical ability.

This match is a clash of styles, and it should be a lot of fun to watch. Fenix will be looking to put on a show with his aerial moves, while Komander will be looking to ground the match and outwrestle Fenix.

The rest of the card features several other intriguing matches, including:

  • Sammy Guevara vs. Jon Cruz
  • ROH World Tag Team Champions Aussie Open vs. Isiah Kassidy and Ethan Page

This is a stacked card, and it is sure to be a great show. Be sure to tune in to AEW Rampage this Friday night at 10pm ET on TNT.

Predictions

  • Hikaru Shida and Skye Blue will defeat Toni Storm and Ruby Soho.
  • Rey Fenix will defeat Komander.
  • Sammy Guevara will defeat Jon Cruz.
  • ROH World Tag Team Champions Aussie Open will retain their titles over Isiah Kassidy and Ethan Page.

Overall, this is a great card with a lot of potential for great matches. I am excited to see what happens, and I am sure that the fans will be too.

AEW Rampage: Fight for the Fallen

AEW Rampage returns this Friday night with a stacked card, featuring several matches that could have a major impact on the upcoming pay-per-view, All In.

In the main event, AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida will team up with Skye Blue to take on Toni Storm and Ruby Soho. This match is a preview of the Fatal 4-Way match for the title at All In, which also includes Britt Baker and Saraya.

Shida is the defending champion, but she has been struggling lately. She lost the AAA Reina de Reinas Championship to Deonna Purrazzo earlier this month, and she was also defeated by Baker on Dynamite. She will need to get back to her winning ways if she wants to retain her title at All In.

Storm is a former NXT UK Women’s Champion, and she is one of the most talented wrestlers in the world. She is also a former AEW Women’s World Champion, so she knows what it takes to win the title. She will be a tough challenge for Shida, but she is also the underdog in this match.

Soho is a former AEW Women’s World Tag Team Champion, and she is also a very popular wrestler. She is not as experienced as Storm, but she is a fierce competitor. She will be looking to make a statement in this match and show that she is a contender for the title.

The other big match on the card is a singles match between Rey Fenix and Komander. Fenix is one of the most exciting wrestlers in the world, and he is known for his high-flying acrobatics. Komander is a former AAA World Cruiserweight Champion, and he is a skilled wrestler who is known for his technical ability.

This match is a clash of styles, and it should be a lot of fun to watch. Fenix will be looking to put on a show with his aerial moves, while Komander will be looking to ground the match and outwrestle Fenix.

The rest of the card features several other intriguing matches, including:

  • Sammy Guevara vs. Jon Cruz
  • ROH World Tag Team Champions Aussie Open vs. Isiah Kassidy and Ethan Page

This is a stacked card, and it is sure to be a great show. Be sure to tune in to AEW Rampage this Friday night at 10pm ET on TNT.

Predictions

  • Hikaru Shida and Skye Blue will defeat Toni Storm and Ruby Soho.
  • Rey Fenix will defeat Komander.
  • Sammy Guevara will defeat Jon Cruz.
  • ROH World Tag Team Champions Aussie Open will retain their titles over Isiah Kassidy and Ethan Page.

Overall, this is a great card with a lot of potential for great matches. I am excited to see what happens, and I am sure that the fans will be too.