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MASSIVE Quarterfinals Bout! Samoa Joe vs Jeff Hardy for the first time in AEW! | 9/8/23, AEW Rampage

DID YOU ENJOY AEW RAMPAGE ON SEPTEMBER 8TH 2023?

AEW fans

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 9, 2023

So great to see the YB getting cheered around punk country

Just shows AEW fans care more about the brand as a whole

George

Yogi Berra’s advice

Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 9, 2023

Well, Santana, I think you should follow Yogi Berra’s advice: “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”

Brian

AT Collision tomorrow

Rated 4.0 out of 5
September 9, 2023

Uggghh I’m so sad I’m not gonna be at Collision tomorrow.

Kevin

outta my seat

Rated 3.0 out of 5
September 9, 2023

They really just gonna fly through that lucha match graphic like it didn’t just knock me outta my seat

Kenneth

Collision

Rated 4.0 out of 5
September 9, 2023

Whew collision is gonna cook tomorrow 🔥🔥

Joshua
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AEW Rampage Results: September 8, 2023

All Elite Wrestling delivered another action-packed episode of Rampage on September 8, 2023. The show featured two quarterfinal matches in the Grand Slam World Title Eliminator Tournament, as well as a tag team match between The Young Bucks and Matt Menard and Angelo Parker.

In the first tournament match, Penta El Zero Miedo defeated Jay Lethal by pinfall. Lethal’s crew tried to interfere in the match, but they were all ejected from ringside. Penta El Zero Miedo put Lethal away with his signature Fear Factor finisher.

In the second tournament match, Samoa Joe defeated Jeff Hardy by submission. Joe dominated the match from start to finish, and he eventually forced Hardy to tap out to the Coquina Clutch.

In the tag team match, The Young Bucks defeated Matt Menard and Angelo Parker. The Bucks were in control for most of the match, and they eventually put Parker away with their Meltzer Driver finisher.

After the match, Chris Jericho came out to the ring and confronted Sammy Guevara. Jericho and Guevara have been feuding for weeks, and they agreed to a match at AEW Grand Slam on September 9 in New York City.

The show also featured a promo by Hook, who said that he is ready to take on the world. Hook is the current FTW Champion, and he is one of the most promising young stars in AEW.

Overall, AEW Rampage was another entertaining show. The tournament matches were both hard-hitting and competitive, and the tag team match was a lot of fun. The show also set the stage for some exciting matches at AEW Grand Slam next week.

Here are some additional details about the matches:

  • Penta El Zero Miedo and Jay Lethal put on a great show. They both brought their A-game, and the match was full of exciting action. Penta El Zero Miedo’s win was a big upset, and it sets him up for a potential title shot against MJF.
  • Samoa Joe and Jeff Hardy also had a great match. Joe was dominant, but Hardy refused to give up. Joe eventually forced Hardy to tap out with the Coquina Clutch, but Hardy showed a lot of heart in defeat.
  • The Young Bucks and Matt Menard and Angelo Parker put on a fun tag team match. The Bucks were in control for most of the match, but Parker gave them a good fight. The Bucks eventually won with their Meltzer Driver finisher, but Parker showed a lot of potential.

Overall, AEW Rampage was another entertaining show. The tournament matches were both hard-hitting and competitive, and the tag team match was a lot of fun. The show also set the stage for some exciting matches at AEW Grand Slam next week.

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