January 13 AEW Rampage Results

Results for the January 13, 2023 episode of AEW Rampage.


On the program for this episode of AEW Rampage from January 13, Darby Allin against Juice Robinson for the TNT title, the star of Acclaimed, the presence of Paul Walter Hauser and a Street Fight bloody in the main event between the teams of Ruby Soho and Willow Nightingale and Tay Melo and Anna Jay.

The opener for this episode is the TNT Championship match, Juice Robinson challenging Darby Allin on Wednesday during AEW Dynamite takes on the champion in the first match of this episode.

Darby Allin a battu Juice Robinson by falling with a Scorpion Death Drop and his Coffin Drop to retain his title.

Sting went to the ring to celebrate with Darby Allin after the match.

In a new Powerhouse Hobbs promo with his Book of Hobbs, he tells us that a phoenix rose from the ashes, but Hobbs grabbed it and snapped its neck. Then he took the ashes that represent his hopes and dreams and will scatter them on all the opponents he will hurt in AEW. It’s perched.

One star for Acclaimed

The Acclaimed are about to receive their star on the Walk of Fame. We bring a concrete slab on which they will be able to put their mark, but they are interrupted by Austin and Colten Gunn. They mock the city of Los Angeles and think the Acclaimed are popular because they took away their father, Billy Gunn (who is also in the game).

Billy Gunn, with an idea behind his head, thinks that his two sons should also put their mark in the cement. Austin and Colten therefore run, but the Acclaimed who have understood the plan and defrock them and push them into the cement. The two heels prefer to flee.

Malakai Black and Brody King defeated Eddie Kingston and Ortiz by falling with the Black Mass of Black on Kingston, taking that Ortiz avoided.

During the match Buddy Murphy and Julia Hart entered the ring with a chair. Eddie Kingston grabbed the chair and Julia Hart started screaming to make it look like Kingston was going to hit her. Ortiz seems to have fallen for it, causing the game’s final distraction.

Golden Globe stolen from AEW

Paul Walter Hauser, who won a Golden Globe for his role in the Black Bird series, is in the ring with Renee Paquette for an interview. He talks about his passion for wrestling and the reference he made during his acceptance speech (taking out the phrase “Get the tables”). He says he prefers Jacksonville to Connecticut (yes, that’s a WWE allusion) because you never know what can happen in AEW.

Danhausen interrupts the interview. He says that as the top merchandising salesperson in AEW, he too deserves a trophy. So he wants the Golden Globe.

Jay Lethal, Jeff Jarrett, Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh are also embedded in the segment. Hauser wonders how many more people will interrupt his interview. He makes fun of Jeff Jarrett, whom he compares to a woman in a gym who walks around with a guitar but never plays it. Lethal and Dutt attack the comedian, and Singh corners Danhausen in the corner of the ring. Jarrett smashes his guitar over the actor’s head as Jay Lethal flees with the Golden Globe. Lethal wanted to go after Danhausen but the Best Friends came in time to scare the heels away.

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Bloodbath in the main event

The main-event is a Street Fight between the team of Ruby Soho and Willow Nightingale and that of Tay Melo and Anna Jay from the JAS. A match that did not deserve its main-event place, incredibly brutal.

Ruby Soho and Willow Nightingale defeated Tay Melo and Anna Jay by falling with the Destination Unknown of Soho on Melo in the tacks.

He had it all in this match, the Street Fight stipulation taken to its extreme like regularly in AEW. Chair, tables, thumbtacks, trash cans, kendo sticks, barbed wire, chains. A lot of blood in the four wrestlers but the bloody face of Ruby Soho made her a nice Crimson Mask. Good performance.

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