Following Dynamite, AEW Rampage for September 15th was filmed in Denver.
Dynamite in Denver saw Rey Fenix put the AEW International Championship on the line for the first time as Jeff Jarrett answered an open challenge for the gold. Fenix picked up the win but didn’t have to look too far for his next challenger as Nick Jackson picked up a win against Claudio Castagnoli and Brian Cage to earn a title match on the 4th of October edition of Dynamite.
There was some bad news on the show as Adam Cole announced that he required surgery for the ankle injury he suffered the previous week. The night ended in mystery, however, as Jay White – who had earlier confronted MJF – was assaulted backstage by masked assailants.
The Acclaimed arrive on AEW Rampage
Below are the spoilers – courtesy of f4wonline – for the 29th of September edition of AEW Rampage:
- AEW World Trios Championship: The Acclaimed (Max Caster, Anthony Bowens) & Billy Gunn defeated The Hardys (Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy) & Brother Zay to retain the titles – Max Caster’s rap as The Acclaimed made their entrance included references to “Coach Prime” Deion Sanders and the University of Colorado Buffaloes college football team.
- NJPW Strong Openweight Championship: Eddie Kingston defeated Rocky Romero to retain the title – Katsuyori Shibata made an appearance to confront Kingston. Kingston vs. Shibata for the Strong Openweight & ROH World Championships is set for Sunday’s WrestleDream pay-per-view.
- The Righteous (Vincent & Dutch) defeated two enhancement talents – The Righteous will face MJF in a handicap match for the ROH World Tag Team Championship at WrestleDream.
- Number one contender’s match for a shot at the AEW Women’s World Championship at Dynamite Title Tuesday on October 10: Hikaru Shida defeated Ruby Soho.