Danhausen will return on “AEW Rampage” this Friday. He will face a member of the newly formed faction The Firm, Ethan Page.
During a backstage segment of Wednesday night’s “Dynamite,” Danhausen asked if Page saw his victory on Tuesday’s episode of “Dark.” Page said he did and congratulated him. He went on to say that before achieving his goal of becoming “The King of the Atlantic”, he should start with AEW’s Clown. He threw the challenge for a match and Danhausen accepted.
Friday’s “Rampage” will see Samoa Joe also line up his Ring of Honor Television Championship against Josh Woods. Woods and his teammates, Tony Ness and “smart” Mark Sterling, interrupted Joe last week. Sterling said his clients have been upset over the past few weeks before Woods challenged Joe to a match for his title. Joe then accepted and the match was made official.
Matt Hardy will face Darby Allin in a singles competition after Hardy turned down the challenge on Wednesday night. Hardy said that in his quest to return to the top of the company, he wanted to challenge “one of his biggest rivals and partners” to a match.
Penelope Ford has been winning since returning to AEW programming and wants to continue doing so as she faces Willow Nightingale in Friday’s “Rampage.” Ford was out for several months with an undisclosed injury before returning for the August 15 edition of “Dark: Elevation”. Nightingale has not been seen on AEW or ROH programming since she defeated Alisin Kay at the Zero Hour pre-show before the Death Before Dishonored pay-per-view in July.