The final stop for All Elite Wrestling (AEW) ahead of All Out would be Rampage. The show would air live this week from Chicago as three matches would take up the time, delivering top-notch action from beginning to end. Here are the AEW Rampage results for the final show before All Out.
AEW Rampage Results & Match Ratings (9/3/21)
— Malakai Black vs. Lee Johnson
Winner: Malakai Black
Rating: 3.00 (***)
— Rebel & Jamie Hayer vs. Kris Statlander in a Handicap Match
Winner: Kris Statlander
Rating: 2.50 (**1/2)
— Darby Allin vs. Daniel Garcia
Winner: Darby Allin
Rating: 3.25 (***1/4)
AEW Rampage Results: In-Depth Match Analysis
Darby Allin vs. Daniel Garcia
Daniel Garcia has taken the claim of “Mr. Rampage” very quickly. After all, Shawn Michaels is called “Mr. WrestleMania” and he also lost all the time there so it only fits for Garcia here. In his match with Darby Allin Friday night, these two had no fear of throwing haymakers at each other to try and knock the other one silly in hopes of winning. Garcia’s main goal was to prevent Allin from going to All Out so it only made sense that he would hit hard and hit often. There was a scary moment in the match when Allin threw himself at Garcia who was near the timekeeper’s table, completely flipping over head first as Garcia moved out of the way. Of course, Allin got back up and fought through, unlike a normal man.
The physicality continued to the very end before Allin managed to pin Garcia with the Last Supper, shocking “Red Death” and picking up the win. CM Punk and Allin would end the show in a staredown, signaling that the main event for All Out is likely to be Punk and Allin over any other match on the card. This match, however, was a joyous watch that shows these two could be feuding for gold someday.
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