AEW Rampage spoilers suggest some huge matches are in store for this Friday night. Keep reading below for more!
This week’s AEW slate of shows, which included a live Dynamite and tapings for Rampage, Dark, and Dark: Elevation, took place from the Cable Dahmer Arena in Independence, Missouri. Dynamite featured some huge announcements as Tony Khan introduced the All-Atlantic Championship, Jon Moxley booked his ticket to Forbidden Door to fight to become the first-ever two-time AEW World Champion, Thunder Rosa defended her title, and Will Ospreay joined United Empire in a beatdown. Rampage kept the action going as Ospreay made his much anticipated in-ring debut in AEW, Eddie Kingston was in action, and Satnam Singh also debuted, alongside partner Jay Lethal. There is a lot to look forward to from this week’s episode. Let’s take a look at these matches and others.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the June 10th episode of Rampage, as reported by individuals who attended the taping. If you do not wish to know the results of the matches that were taped, please do not continue reading.
AEW Rampage Spoilers for June 10, 2022
Eddie Kingston def. Jake Hager
Eddie Kingston continues to be one of the most over wrestlers on the AEW roster. Following a fantastic main event to end Dynamite, the crowd was still hot as Kingston opened up Rampage against Jake Hager. Kingston got another in the win column in his seemingly never-ended battle against JAS as he pinned Hager with a pair of spinning backfists.
Tony Schiavone Interviews Dr. Britt Baker
Tony Schiavone was joined by his favorite interview subject, Dr. Britt Baker, who spoke on the topic of the AEW Women’s Championship. Baker noted that Toni Storm distracted her in the tag team match between the two and their partners, costing her a chance to get closer to regaining her women’s championship. But as the winner of the Owen Hart Tournament, Baker knows her time will come as she noted she misses the women’s title but that the title misses her even more.
Jay Lethal and Satnam Singh def. Davey Vega and Mat Fitchett
After weeks of build-up, Jay Lethal finally unleashed his monster, Satnam Singh, in the ring as the two teamed up to take on the Besties in the World (Davey Vega and Mat Fitchett), who were making their AEW debut as a tag team. Vega and Fitchett had previously wrestled on different episodes of AEW Dark last year. Rampage marked the Besties’ first AEW appearance as a team, following their longtime indie wrestling partnership. The two filled the role of enhancement talent in their Rampage debut, mainly there to help show the power and strength of Satnam. Overall the match received high praise from those in attendance with Satnam noted for some major spots including a twisting Razor’s Edge after the match was over. In the end, Lethal won for his team with a Lethal Injection.
Lexy Nairs Interviews Hookhausen
The future AEW World Tag Team Champions are staring us in the face. Hookhausen continues to be a fun, entertaining act, much in the same vein as RKBro at the beginning. Danhausen serves as the hype man while Hook, well, is Hook, doing what he does best by not saying much and standing there looking pretty. In this segment, the team was showing off their new vehicles, an expensive-looking ATV for Hook and a golf cart for Danhausen. Danhausen, as usual, did the talking as the two enjoyed yet another great interaction.
Kris Statlander def. Red Velvet
With Jade Cargill and the baddies at ringside, Kris Statlander recorded a big win over Red Velvet in a match that the live crowd was said to have thoroughly enjoyed. Of course, the match aside, there were shenanigans as Kiera Hogan and Cargill attacked Statlander after the match. This led to Anna Jay coming out to make the save followed by Athena who came close to getting her hands on Cargill. Seems like a triple threat is in the making for this section of the women’s division.
Trent Beretta and FTR def. Will Ospreay and Aussie Open
The United Empire has arrived. A few weeks ago, it was O-Khan and Jeff Cobb. Tonight on Dynamite, it was Aussie Open, Aaron Henare, and the leader of the group, Will Ospreay. It was announced that Ospreay and Aussie Open, following their beatdown of Beretta and FTR on Dynamite, would face the trio on Rampage. The match was the main event. The anticipation behind Ospreay’s in-ring debut was big as fans were hot for him and Aussie Open, who were also making their AEW debut as a team. The match was said to be back and forth with each of the six men getting a chance to get some work in. The finish came courtesy of Beretta, who was the man of the hour, getting the winning pinfall. It wasn’t noted who Beretta pinned, but it is a big story that Ospreay and United Empire lost in their AEW debut.
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