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AEW Rampage Preview (8/5/22): MLW Star Makes Their Rampage Debut

AEW Rampage
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AEW Rampage Preview (8/5/22): MLW Star Makes Their Rampage Debut

AEW Rampage doesn’t have a huge card at the time of writing. In fact, there have only been three matches announced. So, it’s likely that some promos might get added before or during the card. The card features a debut, a street fight, and a world title eliminator match. Here’s what to expect heading into the show.

Madison Rayne’s Debut

Madison Rayne has been hired as a coach of the AEW women’s division. AEW recently announced they have expanded their talent and relations team along with coaches. As a result, Rayne is one of the new hires to coach and develop the women’s division. She is making her debut in AEW as she is facing an opponent yet to be announced. So, it is safe to assume that she is going to face a jobber in a squash match. Madison Rayne is a multi-time women’s world champion holding world titles in Impact Wrestling and OVW. She has 17 years of in-ring experience and is looking to pass on her knowledge to the women of AEW.

Street Fight

Tony Nese & Josh Woods vs Swerve in Our Glory (c) (Swerve Strickland & Keith Lee)

Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee have been having their issues with Tony Nese and Mark Sterling, ever since the latter pairing made an effort to get Swerve kicked off the AEW roster through a petition. As a result, Lee and Strickland embarrassed Nese and Sterling by throwing a cake in the face of Sterling and Nese getting knocked out by world-famous rapper, Kevin Gates. During a handicap match between Nese, Sterling, and Strickland, Lee was attacked. Lee was backstage watching the match and at the end, he was attacked by ROH star Josh Woods. Since then, Woods, a former ROH Pure Champion, aligned himself with Nese and Sterling. Now, Strickland and Lee have a shot at revenge in this street fight on AEW Rampage.

AEW Interim World Title Eliminator Match

Mance Warner vs Jon Moxley (c) (of Blackpool Combat Club)

Jon Moxley has been working overtime since becoming interim AEW World Champion. It feels like every week he is wrestling and defending the title. This week he is going up against MLW star, Mance Warner. Warner has held numerous championships across various different promotions. This is going to be a tough test for Moxley. These two are similar styles of wrestlers, so they aren’t afraid to get physical and make their opponent bleed. World title eliminator matches are a match where if the challenger wins, they earn a future shot at the title. Warner has an opportunity to shock the world and gain an opportunity to win the AEW World Championship.


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