AEW Rampage Results: Matches Added to Collision & Dynamite

Photo Courtesy: AEW

June 14, 2024
Wells Fargo Arena – Des Moines, IA

By: John Kleinchester

Results

  • Toni Storm over Alex Windsor via Storm Zero in 8:01 (Recommended)
  • Cage of Agony over Solomon Tupu, Jay Marston & Kevin Gutierrez via Triple Pick-Up Slam in 2:29
  • Shota Umino over Rocky Romero via Paradigm Shift in 10:11
  • Satnam Singh over Rosario Grillo via Bear Hug in :20
  • PAC over Jay Lethal via Brutalizer in 12:37 (Recommended)

 

Timeless Toni vs Alex Windsor

Rampage kicked off with Timeless Toni Storm taking on Alex Windsor who jumped Storm when she was handing her title off to Mariah May. At one point in the match, Luther tried to stop Alex Windsor’s onslaught only to be shoved down crashing into Mariah May who was trying to help Storm up from the floor. Windsor certainly held her own with Storm and had an impressive showing. Ultimately, Toni Storm won with a flash Storm Zero.

Harley Cameron

Arkady Aura interviewed Harley Cameron in the back who made fun of everyone declaring for the Owen tournament while Saraya was going to win it. 

Rosa / Purrazzo Promo

A promo package was shown hyping up Thunder Rosa’s match against Deonna Purrazzo tomorrow night on Collision. This match will now be a no-disqualification match. 

Cage of Agony

Next up Brian Cage, Toa Liona, and Bishop Kaun took on Solomon Tupu, Jay Marston & Kevin Gutierrez. Cage of Agony made quick work of the enhancement talent, winning in two and a half minutes. 

Shooter vs. Azucar

The next match on the card was Rocky “Azucar” Romero taking on Jon Moxley’s protege Shota Umino. During the match, Umino again did Mercedes Mone’s dance as seen on social media recently. In a scary spot, going into a commercial break, Romero executed a dive to the outside on Umino whose head slammed the front of the announce desk extremely hard but he was seemingly okay. Umino went on to win with the Paradigm Shift in just over ten minutes. 

Satnam Squash, Bastard Time

Satnam Singh squashed Rosario Grillo in twenty seconds. After the match, Jay Lethal said that he would beat his opponent tonight even faster than Singh did. This brought out Lethal’s opponent PAC. 

Early in the match, Referee Bryce Remsburg ejected Satnam Singh after attempting to interfere. 

PAC was going to hit the Black Arrow when Sanjay Dutt jumped up onto the ring apron distracting PAC and allowing Lethal to regain the momentum. Lethal then went for the Lethal Injection and PAC reversed it into the Brutalizer for the submission victory. The announce team noted that PAC would be a top contender in the Owen Hart tournament this Summer.

 

 

Final Thoughts

Rampage had some fun, fresh matchups this week. Particularly enjoyable was the opening contest between Toni Storm and Alex Windsor. Jay Lethal and PAC was also entertaining. As per usual there wasn’t much in the way of newsworthy happening on this show, but they did announce some matches for both Collision’s 1st Anniversary tomorrow as well as this coming week’s Dynamite. 

 

Announced for Collision Tomorrow from Youngstown, OH:

  • Blackpool Combat Club vs. TMDK, Lio Rush, & Rocky Romero
  • TNT Championship Ladder Match Qualifier: Lee Moriarty vs. Dante Martin
  • Bang Bang Gang vs. House of Black
  • Hechicero vs. Dalton Castle
  • We’ll Hear from The Acclaimed

Announced for Dynamite Next Week from Fairfax, VA:

  • AEW Tag Team Championship Eliminator Match: The Young Bucks vs. The Acclaimed
  • Timeless Toni Storm and Mina Shirakawa Contract Signing
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New Jersey born and raised. Wrestling fan since Lex slammed Yokozuna on the deck of the USS Intrepid. Favorite Wrestler of all time is Owen "The Rocket" Hart.