AEW Rampage Results (5/6/2022)
#1. Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter vs. Ruby Soho & Toni Storm — Winners: Soho & Storm
– ‘Mad King’ Eddie Kingston is on call for Chris Jericho, who is at the commentary table. He says his wife has always been able to put himself back together, but when he came home she was crying (over the fireball). This is about making him feel the pain she felt, and he’s going to him real bad just for her.
– Tony Nese and Mark Sterling want a match with the undefeated idiot. Next week, Nese will give Danhausen his first loss in AEW.
#2. Hook vs. J.D Drake — Winner: Hook via submission
Here comes Danhausen. He says that Tony Nese fellow has called him out so, with that being said, he has a proposal for Hook. Maybe he could be in Danhausen’s corner? What say you? He puts his hand on him, so Hook pushes him over. Danhausen tries giving him a packet of chips with a bow on it. Hook picks it up and thinks about accepting it, but leaves it in the ring.
#3. [Owen Hart Cup Qualifier] Yuka Sakazaki vs. Riho — Winner: Riho
– ‘The Chairman’ Shawn Spears says the bigger they are, the harder they fall. As Wardlow’s former mentor, he does bad things for good reasons. He made Wardlow feel like a giant, and now he thinks he’s at the top of the mountain. Well Superman, here comes the kryptonite.
– Dan Lambert is home in Baltimore and says that just like this company destroyed wrestling, the people in Baltimore killed this city. He proceeds to heavily insult his own hometown, before Ethan Page takes over and says that Sammy Guevara & Tay Conti snogging each other’s faces off makes him feel sick. Their antics are so bad that he’s calling the mixed tag match is off. Frankie Kazarian appears to tell them they aren’t much different from Sammy Guevara, all they need is a blond or someone obnoxious like Lambert by their side. He doesn’t care about anyone here except Scorpio Sky.
He’s always believed in him, but right now he’s his biggest threat. Kazarian says Scorpio promised a shot at the TNT title. Ethan Page is happy he’s dressed for a funeral, because SCU’s dead dude. Sky wants to bring back respect to the TNT title and be a fighting, dominant champion. The times of the TNT title being passed around like Tay Conti backstage is over. Scorpio gave Frankie his word, so next week he has his shot.
After the break, Jungle Boy straight up attacks Ricky Starks, lays him out, and holds up the FTW Championship.
#4. Jay Lethal (w/ Sonjay Dutt & Satnam Singh) vs. Konosuke Takeshita — Winner: Jay Lethal
Lethal’s stable look to beat up Takeshita, but Best Friends arrive to save the day. Orange Cassidy distracts Singh long enough for Samoa Joe to show up with a bat, but security and referees hold him back.