- Willow Nightingale vs. Abadon vs. Anna Jay vs. Skye Blue
- Konosuke Takeshita vs. Kyle Fletcher
- Ortiz vs. Mike Santana
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AEW Rampage 10/27/23
From the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania!
Match #1. No DQ: Mike Santana vs. Ortiz
Santana throws the first strike but Ortiz connects with a leg lariat and a suicide dive to the outside. Ortiz beats on Santana with a chair, kendo sticks, and garbage cans on the outside. Ortiz focuses on the injured knee of Santana before throwing him into the guard rail. Ortiz pulls a table out from under the ring and now both guys go to the eyes of each other. Suplex from the apron and an asai moonsault by Santana. Santana sets up a table on the guard rail, but Ortiz counters with a back body drop before powerbombing Santana through the table! Back in the ring, Ortiz gets a two count. Both men are on the apron now and Santana suplexes Ortiz off the apron on to a bed of chairs! Both men are trading punches in the middle of the ring and hit identical offense and both men are down. Rolling cutter by Santana, but Ortiz counters with a powerslam and a brainbuster. Two count. HOCKEY FIGHT. Santana pushes Ortiz from the top rope and connects with a spinning lariat. Cannonball in the corner and a big powerbomb by Santana for the win.
Winner: Mike Santana
Rating: ***1/4. Heck of a fight here, and the struggle was real.
Santana looks for a fist bump but Ortiz denies him. Sonjay Dutt is here to talk to Ortiz as we go to a video package.
A video package of MJF and Kenny Omega, hyping up their Collision main event tomorrow night, is shown. This package makes it feel like a huge match, which it is, even though we’ve had almost no build up whatsoever.
Kenny Omega is here to talk to the camera, but here’s Jay White. White says Omega is a little brittle and broken these days, and if he wins, there’s a truly elite champion working for him.
Don Callis walks in on MJF’s interview and wishes him luck. MJF says he doesn’t need Don Callis’ help and he should get his forehead checked out.
Kip Sabian is here with Penelope Ford. Sabian says to put all of his money on James Harden.
REACH FOR THE SKY, BOY! MARK BRISCOE IS BACK, BABY!
Briscoe attacks Sabian and dumps him over the ropes!
Anna Jay, with the rest of the former-JAS, are joined by Renee. Anna says tonight is about her to let’s keep the in-fighting to a minimum. Everyone agrees it’s about Anna, but here’s Don Callis. Menard seems intrigued by Callis but Garcia can’t believe they’re really talking to him.
Ruby Soho is here to give Angelo Parker his comb, which he left in catering.
Match #2. Willow Nightingale vs. Anna Jay vs. Abadon vs. Skye Blue
Anna Jay quickly becomes the focus and bails to the outside, as Willow and Skye attack Abadon. Abadon sends Willow into Skye and German suplexes Skye. Neck breaker over the top by Abadon to Anna. Two count. Double chop block by Abadon to Willow and Skye and a double Code Breaker.
Toni Storm’s music hits! Storm sits on the stage and takes in the action from afar.
All four women regroup, and it’s a four-way chop fest. Avalanche in the corner by Willow to Abadon and a big body slam. Senton by Willow but Skye breaks up the cover. Bow and arrow stretch by Willow to Abadon. Skye comes off the top with a cross body to Willow that gets two. Spinebuster to Anna by Willow gets a long two count. Skye looks for Code Blue but Willow counters, only to get posted by Anna. Anna and Skye team up against Abadon, but once Anna locks in the QueenSlayer, Skye superkicks her in the face. Willow pulls Skye to the outsdide as Anna looks for the QueenSlayer again but Abandon counters with her inverted-STO for the quick win!
Winner and new Number One Contender: Abadon
Rating: **1/2. Not a bad match, but it was quick and didn’t feel particularly important. Abadon coming back is a nice surprise here, but we already know the outcome tomorrow.
The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass are here. In eight days, National 69 Day is on Collision next week. Max Caster invites MJF to sit from row to watch everyone 69.
Apparently, there was an AEW International Championship press conference, and Orange Cassidy wanted to show everyone how good he looked in a suit.
Match #3. Konosuke Takeshita vs. Kyle Fletcher
Don Callis joins the announce table, with Will Hobbs right by his side. Heavy chops by Takeshita and a shoulder block. Arm drag and a head lock takeover by Fletcher. Big body slam by Fletcher as Takeshita rolls to the outside, only to get dumped into the front row. Back in the ring, Fletcher comes off the top but Takeshita ducks and catches him with a huge Blue Thunder Bomb. Two count. Flying Takeshita-line and Takeshita is in control throughout the commercial break. Vertical suplex attempt by Takeshita but Fletcher counters into a sheer drop brainbuster as both men are down. Running enziguiri by Fletcher sends Takeshita to the outside, and he follows up with a suicide dive. Diving cross body back inside the ring by Fletcher gets two. Fletcher looks for another big body slam but Takeshita blocks and lays in some elbows in the center of the ring. Big rolling elbow but Fletcher eats it and delivers a half and half suplex. Big boot by Takeshita and a poisonrana! Larait by Takeshita. ANOTHER sheer drop brainbuster by Fletcher! Two count. Crowd has come alive for this one with “this is awesome” chants. Fletcher goes up top but Takeshita catches him with a huge elbow. Takeshita hits an AVALANCE OVERHOOK TOMBSTONE FROM THE TOP. THAT WAS BRUTAL. One, two… no! Wow. Powerdrive knee misses but Takeshita rolls through with a tieres, holds on, into a wheelbarrow suplex! Superkick by Fletcher. Superkick by Takeshita! Powerdrive knee by Takeshita and this one is over!
Winner: Konosuke Takeshita
Rating: ***3/4. This match ruled. Two of my favorites in the world right now, I just wish it had gotten a little more time. What these guys are capable of now, and in the future, is going to be unreal.
Hobbs and Don Callis head to the ring. Fletcher grabs a chair and lays out Takeshita, but Hobbs grabs him by the throat. Callis calls off Hobbs and invites Fletcher to join the family, since Callis has seen the mean streak that he wanted. Fletcher looks unsure.
Final Thoughts: I’m a simple man. Three matches, a great video package highlighting an important title match tomorrow, all on a sixty-minute show? Excellent episode of Rampage tonight. 8/10.