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  • Writer's pictureCarlos Astorga

AEW Rampage Live Results (12/02/2022)

All Elite Wrestling will deliver an action-packed episode of AEW Rampage on December 2.

Tonight’s show is set to be a big one, and will feature a Lumberjack Match for the AEW All-Atlantic Championship, as Orange Cassidy defends his title against QT Marshall. Elsewhere in the night, we’ll hear from The Acclaimed & Daddy Ass, as well as Swerve in Our Glory. Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett will also take on Private Party, and Cole Karter will face off against Darby Allin. Athena will also be in action, and Renee Paquette will sit down with Saraya.

Match 1: Darby Allin defeats Cole Karter

In a stellar opening match, Darby walked out on top after surviving a barrage of attacks from Karter late in the match. After Karter hit a Falcon Arrow off the top rope, Allin was able to dodge a 450 attempt, before hitting the Scorpion Death Drop and Coffin Drop for the win.

In a backstage segment, Shane Taylor interrupted an interview with Keith Lee, calling out Lee for ditching him years ago. He then challenged Swerve in Our Glory to a tag team match against himself and a mystery partner at ROH Final Battle. Strickland then appeared, and wondered if he was really able to trust Lee.

In-ring segment: The Acclaimed & Daddy Ass

Inside the ring, The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass spoke with Renee Paquette, who asked them what was next for the AEW World Tag Team Championships. Bowens took some time to trash the likes of Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal for interrupting them last week, and said the two would have to wait in line for a shot at the title just like everyone else, because one team has been waiting a long time.

Shortly after this, fans began chanting for FTR, and just as Bowens was set to speak, the Gunn Club came out, saying they were the best tag team in the world, which led to Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh, and Sonjay Dutt all coming out to argue their cases. Daddy Ass interrupted the shouting, though, saying that The Acclaimed want to face the best, not them. It was then that FTR made their way out to the ring, with the crowd erupting as the tag team entered the ring and shook the hands of The Acclaimed, seemingly accepting a match between the two teams.

Match 2: Jeff Jarrett & Jay Lethal defeat Private Party via pinfall

In a quick match following The Acclaimed/FTR segment, Jarrett and Lethal took down Private Party quickly, with the referee being too distracted to see Quen pinning Lethal, allowing Jarrett to grab Quen and hold him for Lethal, who hit the Lethal Injection for the win.

In a brief interview with Paquette, Saraya said that it felt incredible to be competing in the ring again, and wants all the women in All Elite Wrestling to know that she wants the AEW Women’s World Championship, and soon.

Match 3: Athena defeats Dani Mo via pinfall

In another relatively quick match, Athena made short work of her opponent, and continued assaulting her before the referee tried to intervene. In the chaos, Mo tried to roll up Athena, but she quickly kicked out of it, and hit her finisher to win the match. Following the bout, Athena continued to attack her opponent, and eventually had to be pulled away by officials.

Match 4: Orange Cassidy defeats QT Marshall via pinfall

In a Lumberback Match for the AEW All-Atlantic Championship, it was Cassidy who would come out on top in an incredible match. The match itself saw a litany of lumberjacks, including Danhausen, Penelope Ford, The Factory, and more. Towards the end of the match, Kip Sabian interrupted things by throwing Cassidy into QT’s Diamond Cutter. However, Cassidy kicked out of the pin, and then hit the Beach Break for the win.

Following the match, a huge brawl occurred, with Cassidy and Kip taking things to the back. The lights in the arena then went out, and when they returned, House of Black was there, taking down all the remaining lumberjacks.


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