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DID YOU ENJOY THE AEW RAMPAGE ON SEPTEMBER 15TH 2023?

Smackdown vs Rampage

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Smackdown had 4 matches in two hours.

Rampage had 5 matches in 1 hour.

Bryan

Collision tomorrow should be interesting

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

That felt like a swan song for Jade. Kinda fitting she went out the same way her reign as champ had been. Rampage! I look forward to whatever she does next. I think this is a mistake by AEW to lose her. She’s got it and is only going to get better.

It was an okay night of wrestling.

Lucha Bros are a delight. Alex got involved in the action.

Satnam showed why he’s one in a billion.

Aussie Open in an unnecessary squash.

The Kingdom seemed really interesting with that promo. Gotta protect ya neck!

I’m just not feeling the Righteous. Guess we’ll see what they do with the Hardy’s.

This is what Britt has needed challenging for the TBS title. Wish she and Jade mixed it up during her reign.

Jesse

Good Rampage.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Enjoyed everything to some extent. It’s a bummer that Jade’s gone, but I hope that it leads Tony to reevaluate the women’s division a bit. There are stars to work with there, but we aren’t in the age where Britt’s the most over act in the company and Saraya is a feel good story anymore. I don’t know if the division is in holding position until Mercedes gets cleared or what, but now’s the time to really let people shine. Shida, Toni, Stat, Willow and Athena are all spectacular talents. Beyond them, Emi can still go, idk what’s going on with Riho, but she’s there, Rosa is seemingly close to being ready, Ruby is solid, Skye is good and getting better, Billie Starkz is super promising (and hopefully healthy soon if she isn’t already), even Layla Hirsch is better than she gets to show a lot of the time. It wouldn’t take long for this company to move past the criticisms of the women’s division. It would just take letting the best in the division get their time.

Jordan

Jade doesn’t need NXT,

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

she’s ready, she knows where the hardcam is and she has more presence than most of the women on the main roster. Pair her with a veteran in house show and she will be fine. The women’s division is deep but there’s a lot of average wrestler on Raw and SD. Rank them and you will realize that Jade is easily in the top half, maybe bottom of the top 10.

Lawrence

Don’t get lost with everything else

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Don’t get lost with everything else that happened on Rampage this week and forget that HARLEY CAMERON TRIED TO STAB A RANDOM LUCHADORE WITH SCISSORS FOR LIKE NO REASON.

QTV is really escalating quickly, things are getting out of hand fast during the Johnny TV era without QT keeping things calm and collected.

Arthur

Real curious where Jade is gonna end up.

Rated 4.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Could make an argument that they’ll drop her right onto Raw/Smackdown. Question of how will her wrestling ability will stack up with the crazy talented women’s division in the WWE will come into play. Tho that match with Statlander kind of makes me think she’ll do just fine.

If you drop her into NXT however, I feel like that whole system could help flesh out her in ring ability. Really flesh out her promo game and put that on another level. Maybe a year or two to see. Jade has such an exciting future either way.

Tony Khan not doing more to keep Jade is honestly such a big downer. Jade is a star no matter where she goes. Real shame that she won’t be AEW’s star. This is a real blow to their women’s division.

Dylan

Dark Order are the good guys here.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Also the rock paper scissors joke was great. Two very good promos from unexpected groups and a lot more story than usual.

Harold

very likely Kris

Rated 4.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

So I think it’s very likely Kris will have three matches this week right?

Carl

I feel like Rampage has been a lot better since they launched Collision?

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Much less trying to cram in everyone not important enough for Dynamite, and much more trying to build up particular guys.

Gerald

Jade took in AEW

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

It’s funny that the last move Jade took in AEW is the most popular banned move in WWE

Sean

Stat v Jade absolutely ruled.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Jade is a damn pro for doing the job on her way out as well. Solidified Stat with the championship, and continued her climb as one of the foundations of the women’s division.

Austin

The Acclaimed stealing the Renegades’ gimmick.

Rated 4.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

The Renegades do rock paper scissors in tag matches to see who starts but always draw because they’re twins.

Terry

Solid match for Jade to end her run with.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Legit gonna miss her presence cause man she really has a vibe no other wrestler in AEW has.

Roger

Great scene at the 4end with her and Statlander.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 16, 2023

Best match I’ve seen from Jade and if it is her final match in AEW what a Helluva way to go out.

Keith
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AEW Rampage returned on September 15, 2023 with a stacked lineup, including a TBS Championship match between Kris Statlander and Jade Cargill. The Hardys and the Lucha Bros. also teamed up to take on Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, The Butcher, and The Blade in an eight-man tag team match.

Match 1: The Hardys and the Lucha Bros. vs. Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, The Butcher, and The Blade

The match started off with a bang, with all eight wrestlers involved in the action from the very beginning. The Hardys and the Lucha Bros. quickly took control, isolating The Blade in their corner and tagging each other in for a series of high-flying moves.

However, Jarrett and Lethal were able to turn the tide in their favor with some underhanded tactics. Jarrett used his trademark guitar to hit Matt Hardy in the back, while Lethal distracted the referee while Sonjay Dutt interfered on the outside.

The Butcher and The Blade then took advantage of the situation and beat down Matt Hardy. The Hardys were able to rally briefly, but Jarrett and Lethal were able to regain control.

In the end, it was Rey Fenix who was able to get the victory for his team. He planted The Blade with a devastating Black Fire Splash for the three-count.

Match 2: The Kingdom vs. Matt Sydal and Christopher Daniels

The Kingdom, consisting of Matt Taven and Mike Bennett, made their AEW debut in this match against the veteran duo of Matt Sydal and Christopher Daniels.

The match was a back-and-forth affair, with both teams trading blows. However, The Kingdom were able to get the upper hand in the latter stages of the match.

Taven and Bennett hit a double-team finisher on Daniels, the Proton Pack, to secure the victory.

Match 3: Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed vs. Peter Avalon and The Outrunners

Billy Gunn teamed up with his sons, Max Caster and Anthony Bowens, of The Acclaimed to take on Peter Avalon and The Outrunners in a six-man tag team match.

This match was more of a showcase for Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed, as they easily defeated Avalon and The Outrunners. The match ended with Daddy Ass hitting the Fameasser on Avalon for the three-count.

Match 4: Aussie Open vs. Damian Chambers and Lord Crewe

Aussie Open, consisting of Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis, made their AEW debut in this match against Damian Chambers and Lord Crewe.

The match was a hard-hitting affair, with both teams showing off their technical skills. However, Aussie Open were able to get the upper hand in the latter stages of the match.

Fletcher and Davis hit a double-team finisher on Chambers, the Aussie Arrow, to secure the victory.

Match 5: TBS Championship Match: Kris Statlander vs. Jade Cargill

The main event of the evening was a TBS Championship match between Kris Statlander and Jade Cargill. This was a rematch from their previous encounter at AEW All Out, which Statlander won.

This match was even closer than their previous encounter, with both wrestlers evenly matched. Statlander used her speed and agility to her advantage, while Cargill used her strength and power to her advantage.

In the end, it was Statlander who was able to retain her title. She hit a top-rope moonsault on Cargill for the three-count.

Conclusion

AEW Rampage delivered another great night of action on September 15, 2023. The main event between Kris Statlander and Jade Cargill was a must-see, and the other matches on the card were all solid.

Overall, AEW Rampage is a great show to watch for fans of all types of wrestling. It has something for everyone, from high-flying action to technical wrestling to hard-hitting brawls.

Analysis and Insights

The AEW Rampage card on September 15, 2023 was a good mix of new and old. The show featured a number of rising stars, such as Aussie Open and The Kingdom, as well as established veterans, such as The Hardys, Matt Sydal, and Christopher Daniels.

The main event between Kris Statlander and Jade Cargill was a rematch from their previous encounter at AEW All Out, which Statlander won. This match was even closer than their previous encounter, and it was a great showcase for both wrestlers.

The win by The Kingdom over Matt Sydal and Christopher Daniels could be seen as a sign that they are looking to make a name for themselves in AEW. The Kingdom are a well-known tag team in Ring of Honor, and they are known for their high-flying offense and their ability to work well together.

The win by Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed over Peter Avalon and The Outrunners was more of a showcase for Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed. Daddy Ass is a former WWE Tag Team Champion, and he is still one of the most popular wrestlers in the world. The Acclaimed are a popular tag team in AEW, and they are known for their rapping skills and their ability to get heat from the crowd.

The win by Aussie Open over Damian Chambers and Lord Crewe was a solid victory for the new team. Aussie Open are a well-known tag team in the UK, and they are known for their hard-hitting style. They are a good addition to the AEW tag team division.

Overall, the AEW Rampage card on September 15, 2023 was a solid night of action. The main event between Kris Statlander and Jade Cargill was a must-see, and the other matches on the card were all solid. The show also featured a number of rising stars, as well as established veterans.

Here are some specific insights into the matches and storylines that developed on AEW Rampage:

  • The Hardys and the Lucha Bros. vs. Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, The Butcher, and The Blade: This match was a good way to start the show, and it did a good job of getting the crowd excited. The Hardys and the Lucha Bros. are two of the most popular tag teams in AEW, and they put on a great show. The win by The Hardys and the Lucha Bros. was a good way to establish them as a force to be reckoned with in AEW.
  • The Kingdom vs. Matt Sydal and Christopher Daniels: This match was a good showcase for The Kingdom. They are a well-known tag team in Ring of Honor, and they showed that they can compete with the best tag teams in AEW. The win by The Kingdom was a good way to establish them as a new threat in the AEW tag team division.
  • Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed vs. Peter Avalon and The Outrunners: This match was more of a showcase for Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed. Daddy Ass is a former WWE Tag Team Champion, and he is still one of the most popular wrestlers in the world. The Acclaimed are a popular tag team in AEW, and they are known for their rapping skills and their ability to get heat from the crowd. The win by Daddy Ass and The Acclaimed was a good way to keep them on the radar of the AEW audience.
  • Aussie Open vs. Damian Chambers and Lord Crewe: This match was a good way to introduce Aussie Open to the AEW audience. They are a well-known tag team in the UK, and they showed that they can compete with the best tag teams in AEW. The win by Aussie Open was a good way to establish them as a new team to watch in AEW.
  • TBS Championship Match: Kris Statlander vs. Jade Cargill: This match was a great rematch between two of the best wrestlers in AEW. Statlander and Cargill are evenly matched, and they put on a great show. The win by Statlander was a good way to show that she is the dominant force in the TBS Championship division.

Overall, the AEW Rampage card on September 15, 2023 was a solid night of action. The main event between Kris Statlander and Jade Cargill was a must-see, and the other matches on the card were all solid. The show also featured a number of rising stars, as well as established veterans.

What to look forward to on AEW Rampage in the future:

  • The Kingdom vs. The Hardys and the Lucha Bros.: This match has the potential to be one of the best tag team matches in AEW history. The Kingdom are a great tag team, and they are looking to make a name for themselves in AEW. The Hardys and the Lucha Bros. are two of the most popular tag teams in AEW, and they are always putting on great matches.
  • Aussie Open vs. The Young Bucks: This match would be a dream match for many fans. Aussie Open are a great tag team, and they are looking to prove themselves in AEW. The Young Bucks are one of the best tag teams in the world, and they are always looking for a challenge.
  • Kris Statlander vs. a new challenger: With Jade Cargill out of the picture, there is a new opportunity for a new challenger to step up

Aussie Open could gain back their momentum on Rampage on September 15, 2023. They are a talented tag team with a lot of potential, and they have been on a bit of a slump lately.

A good win on Rampage could help them get their groove back and start climbing the ranks of the AEW tag team division.

Here are some ways that Aussie Open could gain back their momentum on Rampage:

  • Have a strong performance against a good opponent. If Aussie Open can have a competitive match against a top tag team in AEW, it will show that they are still a force to be reckoned with.
  • Get a win over a team that is ranked higher than them. This would be a great way for Aussie Open to move up in the rankings and get closer to a title shot.
  • Cut a promo after their match to challenge one of the top tag teams in AEW. This would show that Aussie Open is not afraid of the competition and that they are ready to take on the best.

Overall, Aussie Open has a good chance of gaining back their momentum on Rampage on September 15, 2023. They are a talented tag team with a lot of potential, and they are due for a breakout performance.

Here is a specific scenario that could play out on Rampage:

  • Aussie Open defeats a team that is ranked higher than them, such as The Young Bucks or The Lucha Bros.
  • After their match, Aussie Open cuts a promo challenging one of the top tag teams in AEW, such as FTR or The Acclaimed.
  • This promo is well-received by the crowd, and Aussie Open gains a lot of momentum.

Aussie Open could then use this momentum to go on a winning streak and eventually challenge for the AEW Tag Team Titles.

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