AEW Rampage Results (8/5/2022): Jon Moxley vs. Mance Warner, Friday Night Street Fight + More!

Welcome to the Fightful.com live discussion & coverage for the 8/5/2022 edition of AEW Rampage live on TNT. We will bring full results and breakdowns for every match and segment on the show. Follow Fightful on Twitter.com/Fightful and Facebook.com/FIGHTFULONLINE

Match Card.

Ric Flair Gets Physical With Carlos Colon In Puerto Rico

- Jon Moxley vs. Mance Warner.

- Friday Night Street Fight: Swerve In Our Glory (Keith Lee & Shane "Swerve" Strickland) vs. Josh Woods & Tony Nese (w/ "Smart" Mark Sterling).

- Madison Rayne In Action.

Live Coverage.

- Excalibur, Tony Schiavone & Jim Ross welcomed the audience to the broadcast, quickly transitioning to the opening match.

AEW World Heavyweight Championship Eliminator.

Jon Moxley vs. Mance Warner

Moxley and Mance brawled outside of the ring, with Moxley tossing Warner into the barricade. Warner tossed Moxley into the barricade before punching Moxley right in the forehead. Moxley tossed Warner into a chair before hitting a snap suplex on Warner into a steel chair on the outside of the ring. The two exchanged chops on ringside before Warner placed Mosley in the barricade and hit a lariat off the barricade on Moxley. Warner hit a knee drop on Moxley's back before hitting three chops on Moxley in the chest. The two butted heads before Moxley hit two chops on Warner. Moxley placed Warner's leg in the rope before hitting a shotgun dropkick on Warner's tangled leg. Moxley hit a dragon screw on Warner's leg before locking in a Figure Four, but Warner broke the hold by poking Moxley's eyes. Moxley hit a series of punches on Warner's face, with a foot falling off. Warner hit a snap mare/ running kick on Moxley. Warner hit an Irish whip on Moxley onto the stairs before launching him into the barricade with a second Irish whip. Warner hit a suplex on Moxley into a standing chair. Warner went for a Figure Four of his own, but Moxley launched Warner into the rope before hitting two knee strikes on Warner. Moxley tried to hit a piledriver on Moxley into the stairs, but Warner reversed it with a DDT into the stairs. Back in the ring, Warner kicked Moxley in the head as soon as Moxley slid back in the ring. Warner locked in a Figure Four leg lock on Moxley, but Moxley broke the hold by kicking Moxley. Warner hit a chop block on Moxley before hitting a series of stomps and a knee drop on Moxley's ankle for a near fall. Moxley hit three chops on Warner, but Warner caught him with a spinebuster for three near falls. Moxley flicked off Warner, but Warner responded with a kick on Moxley's head for a near fall. Warner pulled two chairs to the ring, but Moxley hit a forearm strike on the chair into Warner's head, with Warner being sent to the outside. Warner was bleeding buckets before Moxley hit a Tope Suicida on Warner. Back in the ring, Moxley hit a lariat on Warner in the corner before placing him in the top corner and hitting a superplex on Warner. Moxley laid in Andvill elbows on Warner, but Warner caught his arm. Moxley bit Warner's head and hit a high knee on Warner, but Warner responded with a lariat. Moxley locked in a double-wrist lock on Warner before connecting Warner with the Yes Stomps on Warner. Moxley hit a piledriver and the Yes Stomps on Warner before locking the Bulldog Choke on Warner. Warner passed out, giving Moxley the submission victory.

Winner: Jon Moxley

- The Factory confronted Ricky Starks after Powerhouse Hobbs laid him out on Dynamite. Aaron Solow said he did not blame Hobbs for attacking him, but told him to get the offer from the Factory. Starks told The Factory to kiss his ass before walking out of the shot. Anthony Ogogo tried to get Starks, but QT Marshall told him that he will be back.

Ryan Nemeth (w/ Peter Avalon) vs. Konosuke Takeshita.

Takeshita hit elbow trikes and a diving lariat on nemeth to begin the match fast and furious. Takeshita hit a helluva kick on Nemeth before hitting corner punches from the middle rope on Nemeth. Peter Avalon distracted Takeshita, leading Nemeth to hit knee strikes on Takeshita's abdomen. Nemeth went for a neck breaker, but Takeshita hit a Blue Thunder Bomb on Nemeth. Takeshita hit a driving Knee on Nemeth for the pinfall win. Avalon attacked Takeshita from behind,but Takeshita responded with a running knee on Avalon.

Winner: Konosuke Takeshita

- Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor & Trent Barretta were interviewed backstage, with Taylor saying that they need to change their game plan. Barretta revealed that they would be joining as Trio. Danhausen was revealed as Danhausen.

Madison Rayne vs. Leila Grey (w/ Stokely Hathaway).

The two locked up before Grey placed Rayne in the corner. Grey hit an elbow strike on Rayne. Rayne and Grey exchanged waist locks before Grey hit two elbows. Rayne got a back lateral press for a near fall before getting a jack-knife cover for a near fall. Rayne got a backslide on Grey for a near fall before hitting two arm-drag takedowns on Grey. Grey placed Rayne in the corner before kicking Rayne in the abdomen. Stokely distracted Rayne long enough for Grey to launch Rayne to the outside of the ring. Grey hit a chop and a kick on Rayne's chest before slamming her head on the stairs and tossing her into the barricade. Back in the ring, Grey got Rayne in a pin for a near fall. Grey hit a forearm strike on Rayne before locking in a rope-assisted cravat on Rayne. Rayne kicked Grey in the thigh, but Grey responded with a forearm strike before the commercial break. Back from the break, Grey got Rayne in a headlock, but Rayne broke the hold with a jawbreaker before hitting an enziguri kick. Rayne hit several chops and forearm strike on Grey before hitting a knee strike and Northern Lights Suplex for a near fall. Grey hit a Side Effect on Rayne for a near fall. Grey and Rayne exchanged strikes before Rayne hit a sliding lariat and a Cross Raynes for the pinfall win.

Winner: Madison Rayne.

- TBS Champion Jade Cargill came down the ramp after the match and reminded Rayne that she is that bitch and that this was her show. Cargill invited Rayne to show up, show out, and get that ass beat. Kiera Hogan tried to attack Rayne from behind but got hit with a Cross Raynes by Madison Rayne.

- There was a double promo promoting the match between Lucha Bros (Penta Oscuro & Rey Fenix) and LFI (Andrade El Idolo & Rush). Alex Abrahantes spoke on behalf of Lucha Bros to challenge LFI to a Lucha Rules Match.

- Mark Henry interviewed AEW Tag Team Champions Swerve In Our Glory (Keith Lee & Shane "Swerve" Strickland) and the team of Josh Woods & Tony Nese and "Smart" Mark Sterling, with Sterling pointing out that Woods choked out Lee. Lee said that there was nothing smart about asking for a Street Fight and that Sterling would be nothing but a footnote for a proper Tag Title Reign.

Friday Night Street Fight.

Swerve In Our Glory (Keith Lee & Shane "Swerve" Strickland) vs. Josh Woods & Tony Nese (w/ "Smart" Mark Sterling).

The two teams brawled outside the ring to begin the match. Woods slammed Swerve into the barricade, while Lee tossed Nese into the barricade. Woods hit three forearm strikes on Lee, but Lee responded with a double-hadn chop on Woods. Swerve hit a drop-toe hold on Nese into the barricade. Swerve and Lee double teamed Woods before Swerve hit a knee strike on Woods. Nese tossed Protein Powder on Lee's face, but Swerve kicked the powder onto Nese. Swerve tossed a utility box onto Nese. Nese got into the apron and hit Lee from the apron to the ground with the toolbox. Woods hit a forearm strike on Swerve before hitting a twisting neck breaker on Swerve into the stairs. Woods got Swerve back in the ring. Nese tossed two trash cans into the ring and placed one of them onto the ring corner. Back in the ring, Nese tossed Swerve into the trash can in the corner head-first for a near fall. Woods hit northern lights suplex on Swerve into a trash lid. Woods hit Swerve in the head with the trash lid before Woods hit him with the trash lid for a near fall. Woods rained in forearm strikes on Swerve. On the apron. Nese tried to powerbomb Swerve into two table, but Swerve kneeled to add more weight. Nese stomped down Lee on the apron while Swerve and Woods exchanged strikes. Woods tried to hit a German suplex on Swerve, but Lee pulled him. Swerve went for a sunset flip on Nese, but Nese responded with. spinning kick for a near fall. Lee hit corner splashes on Woods and Nese before Lee tossed Nese into Woods. Sterling hit Lee in the back with a chair, which Nese & Woods took advantage by hitting a knee strike, a pump kick, and a double DDT on lee for a near fall, with Swerve breaking the pin with a 450 Splash on Woods, Nese & Lee. Nese placed a table in the ring, but Swerve drove his knee in Nese's face. Sterling hit Swerve with a metal tool. Lee pulled Woods out of the ring. Nese tried to hit a double stomp on Lee, but Lee caught him with a headbutt. Sterling went to the top rope and tried to hit splash on Swerve through the table, but Lee vealed Sterling into the table to the crowd's delight. Woods hit a German Suplex on Lee off the apron into the tables on the outside, thanks to a super kick from Nese. Nese threw several chairs to the ring, but Swerve hit a back body drop on Nese into the chairs. Swerve hit the Swerve Stomp on Nese into the chairs for the pinfall win. Swerve In Our Glory stood tall to end the show.

Winners: Swerve In Our Glory (Keith Lee & Shane "Swerve" Strickland)

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