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AEW Rampage: Grand Slam Live Coverage (09/23)

AEW Rampage: Grand Slam Live Coverage (09/23)

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Wrestling Inc. for “AEW Rampage” on September 23, 2022. Welcome to the live coverage of

A Golden Ticket Battle Royal will be held, with the winner receiving a future title shot at Jon Moxley’s AEW World Championship at a time and place that is yet to be determined. “Hangman” Adam Page, Penta El Zero Mido, Jay Lethal, Lance Archer, The Dark Order and Rush have all been announced as participants so far.

TBS Champion Jade Cargill will defend her title against Diamante. Cargill was crowned the inaugural TBS champion in January after beating Ruby Soho in the final of the tournament and managed an impressive 37–0 undefeated streak. Diamante stepped up to the plate last week challenging Kargil for their title. Will Diamante finally be the person to break Kargil’s streak or will Kargil be able to do 38-0?

Ring of Honor World Television Champion Samoa Joe will team up with TNT Champion Wardlow to take on Josh Woods and Tony Ness. Woods faced Joe for his title last week, but was unsuccessful, causing him and Ness to launch an attack after the match. Wardlow rushes to help Joe before issuing a challenge to Ness and Woods.

Rapper Action Bronson will make his in-ring debut as he teams up with FTW Champion Hook to take on “Daddy Magic” Matt Maynard and “Cool Hand” Angelo Parker. Parker faced HOOK for his title at All Out, but eventually lost. Enraged, Parker and Maynard begin to beat HOOK, but Bronson comes to the rescue as he removes barricades to save. Ever since things unfolded tonight, both teams have continued to have their issues.

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There will be several grudge matches tonight, as Eddie Kingston takes on Sammy Guevara. The pair has been in contention for the past few months and was originally expected to face off at All Out, but it never materialized as the two had legitimate issues backstage. This led to a physical confrontation between the two as Kingston was suspended for starting the encounter, which prevented this from happening at the pay-per-view.

Darby Allin and Sting will face House of Blacks Brody King and Buddy Matthews in a no disqualification match. The feud between the two teams began after King defeated Allin during the Royal Rampage. He then continued to target Allin, attacking her at autograph signings, and even going so far as to get Elin’s gravestone tattooed. The two male teammates then joined in what was promised to be a brutal match.

Ricky Starks will also take on powerhouse Hobbs in a Lights Out match. The two had issues when Hobbs betrayed Stark after losing his FTW Championship to Hook in an early challenge at Fight for the Fallen. The issues between the two have become more personal since then, and it doesn’t look like they will stop anytime soon.

For many fans, Ray Fenix ​​would also face Jungle Boy in a dream match.

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