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  • Writer's pictureCarlos Astorga

AEW Rampage Live Results (06/21/2024)

All Elite Wrestling is back again with another star-studded show with the June 14 episode of AEW Rampage.

Among other matches, Lio Rush will face Action Andretti in a TNT Championship Qualifying Match. The winner will advance to the ladder match for the vacant title at AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door.

Plus, Willow Nightingale will face Serena Deeb in a quarterfinal match in the Owen Hart Foundation Cup Women’s Tournament.

Elsewhere on the show, Private Party will face Metalik and Komander.

The results are as follows:

AEW Rampage Results

Match 1: Private Party defeats Metalik & Komander via pinfall

In the opening match, Private Party walked out with a big victory. Things got heated in the middle of the match when Metalik and Isiah Kassidy traded a series of punches that ended in them both dropping down to the ground.

In the end, after Marq Quen and Komander both missed Shooting Star Presses, Private Party flipped the momentum and hit the Gin and Juice on Metalik for the quick pin and win.

Match 2: Ray Fenix defeats Turbo Floyd via pinfall

This one was over in just a few minutes, as Fenix absolutely dominated his opponent. The match ended when Fenix hit a massive frog splash to put away the match.

Match 3: Lio Rush defeats Action Andretti via pinfall

In a qualifying match for the TNT Championship Ladder Match at AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door, Rush came one step closer to getting his hands on the title. Late in the match, Rush hit a series of big punches onto Andretti, and then managed to get out of the way of a big moonsault before hitting a roundhouse kick.

After the kick, Rush then hit Andretti with a stunner, and a frog splash of his own, for the win.

Match 4: Shingo Tagaki defeats AR Fox via pinfall

Fox started the match with a bit of an underrated move, getting some hits into Tagaki before the bell even rang. However, Tagaki didn’t let it deter him, and continued to work back into the match, hitting Fox with a big swinging neckbreaker before taking a cutter and 450 splash for the nearfall.

In the end, though, Tagaki hit his finisher to secure the big win.

Match 5: Willow Nightingale defeats Serena Deeb via pinfall

In a first round match of the Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Cup Tournament, Nightingale secured her place in the next round with a huge win. Deeb started off extremely hot here, hitting Willow with a snapping neckbreaker outside of the ring and even managing to avoid some early powerbomb attempts from the superstar.

However, Nightingale was not to be stopped, and eventually flipped the momentum with a big lariat, kicking out of a Deebtox, and then finally hitting the powerbomb for the win.


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