AEW Rampage Live Results – May 6, 2022

11 months ago by Amanda Savage

AEW Rampage Live Results – May 6, 2022 AEW

Welcome to an early edition of AEW Rampage!

Scheduled for tonight’s show –

  • Konosuke Takeshita vs. Jay Lethal
  • Toni Storm & Ruby Soho vs. Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter
  • HOOK vs. JD Drake
  • Riho returns vs. Yuka Sakazaki in a qualifying match for the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament

Join us back here at 2:30pm PST / 5:30pm EST / 10:30pm BST to Rampage!

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Konosuke Takeshita vs. Jay Lethal

It’s time for the main event! After a fun match between two in-ring technicians, Jay Lethal picks up the pinfall victory after nailing the Lethal Injection.

After the match, Dutt is trying to lead an attack on Takeshita until Chuck Taylor, Trent Beretta and Orange Cassidy come to the ring to make the save but start getting picked off one by one by Satnam Singh with Cassidy initially stepping up but then jumping back down to wait for Samoa Joe who emerges, steel pipe and ROH Television Championship in hand but he’s blocked by the same untold number of security guards

Ah there he is.

Heel Dan Lambert is back y’all – Says he’s not trying to get hometown pops but he is from Baltimore… until he flips on them to get some delightfully cheap heel heat from the crowd – he literally claimed he’d rather get crabs from a “Baltimore streetwalker” than their restaurants and that Dynamite Dan is going to start telling people he’s from Miami! Solid Lambert being Lambert.

Ethan Page goes back on the intergender match they had promised, claiming the network had objections.

Next week, it’s on – Scorpio Sky vs. Frankie Kazarian for the TNT title.

Coming back from commercial break Jungle Boy popped up and attacked Ricky Starks and then holds up the FTW championship belt before leaving as Mark Henry starts the main event schtick. Takeshita says he respects Lethal, he’s not afraid of him though. Dutt does the talking for Lethal and Singh, now it’s time for the main event!

Riho vs. Yuka Sakazaki

Rhio’s black gear is so cool! A fun, flying match between two amazing athletes. In the final third of the match, A near fall for Yuka after taking both women off the top rope, driving Rhio’s face into the mat while the crowd starts to chant, “this is awesome!” before getting Rhio into a merry-go-round, reverse, and now they’re exchanging big elbows to the face until Rhio is able to quickly hit an inside roll through, and get the pinfall victory to advance and fittingly join the other former AEW women’s champions in the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament kicking off next week.


HOOK vs. JD Drake

Hook makes JD Drake tap to the Redrum to pick up the win and remain undefeated.

After the match Danhausen comes to the ring, congratulates Hook on his win, and says he has a proposal for him – the crowd is bananas chanting Hookhausen, asks Hook if he will be in his corner for his match against Tony Nese – “What say you?” The crowd chants yes! Danhausen gets a little too handsy for Hook’s liking so he shoves him down/away and we see Danhausen drop a bag of chips with a bow on them, picks them up… and then throws them down again. You know, I like that they’re playing it cool. Hook doesn’t do s**t he doesn’t want to do, even if it is what the fans want!

Toni Storm & Ruby Soho vs. Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter

Fun match to kick off Rampage as Hayter gets in some great offense, everyone looks strong but the babyfaces pick up the win and momentum going into the Owen Hart Foundation tournament, which to AEW’s credit is coming together to be a certifiable ‘big thing’ with a plethora of former AEW Women’s champs already in the bracket and Rhio with the opportunity to join the fleet tonight on Rampage as well.


What are you most excited for?

I’m excited to watch something other than PBS Kids at 2:30 in the afternoon but this card looks great too!

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