AEW Rampage : March 18th

We are starting a little later than normal, but we can thank March Madness for that. Who doesn’t like March Madness anyway?

The show kicked off with Darby Allin taking on The Butcher, continuing on from the feud between the A.F.O and Darby.

Allin nearly knocked himself out with a suicide dive, but as per normal nothing slowed him down. Not even that! Butcher continued to manhandle Darby from here, but to no avail.

Darby went on to win via count-out. Not the triumphant return that the big fella was hoping for! It’s still good to have him back in action.

Private Party jumped Sting and Darby Allin after the match, until the Hardys saved the day! Looked like the Hardys were rocking a cool new t-shirt as well!

Matt suggested a fight now that the numbers were even, but the A.F.O declined. He went on to propose a Texas Tornado 8 Man Tag for next weeks Dynamite.

Scorpio Sky and his friends are still high on life, after Sky won the TNT Championship.

Ugh. The match nobody asked for. Legit Leyla Hirsch and Red Velvet. One on one. I’m struggling to think of a match I cared less about than this. Fortunately the mandatory commercial break took place during this match.

Leyla tried to cheat to win, but Kris Statlander prevented her from doing so. Red Velvet wins and I guess the feud will continue. Yay.

QT Marshall has requested that Hook meet him next week, so he can receive the first ever “QT Marshall Certificate of Accomplishment”. I’m certain Hook won’t want to miss out on that.

The next match was a trios tag match between The House of Black and the group of Bear Country and Fuego Del Sol. I have no friggin’ idea why Fuego Del Sol and Bear Country are teaming up.

The House of Black made pretty short work of the trio. Fuego took a couple of hard knocks.

Penta and the Death Triangle are still seeking vengeance against the House of Black. I’m sure it’ll happen at some point.

Over to Mark Henry for the main event interviews. It’ll be my boy, Platinum Max taking on Keith Lee.

Well, poor little Maxey never stood a chance. At least he burned Lee with a sweet diss track.

Will Hobbs confronted Keith Lee after the match. It came to blows pretty quickly. Ricky Starks and The Acclaimed joined in and made it a good ol’ fashioned beat down.

Swerve Strickland made his way down to the ring with a steel chair and chased away the rest of them. Swerve and Lee shook hands afterwards.

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