What Happened After AEW Rampage December 2 Went Off The Air?

What Happened After AEW Rampage December 2 Went Off The Air? AEW

Here’s what happened following the chaotic ending of Friday’s (December 2) edition of AEW Rampage, after the show went off the air.

In the main event of this week’s show, Orange Cassidy defeated QT Marshall to retain his All-Atlantic Championship in a lumberjack bout.

Following the bout, Cassidy and Kip Sabian brawled at ringside, as did the other lumberjacks.

During the brawl, the lights went out, and when they came back up, Malakai Black, Buddy Matthews and Brodie King appeared.

The House of Black members attacked all of the lumberjacks as the show went off the air.

It turns out that AEW’s cameras continued rolling after the end of the broadcast.

In an exclusive clip shared by AEW, Black, Matthews and King put Brandon Cutler through a table at ringside.

Black then told Cutler that the attack wasn’t personal before calling out the Elite, stating that the people Cutler associates himself with are a problem.

Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks are currently involved in a Best of Seven series with AEW Trios Champions Death Triangle.

Following The Elite’s victory on the November 30 edition of Dynamite, the series standings are now 2-1 to Death Triangle.

You can watch the post-show clip right here:

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