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AEW Rampage Results March 25, 2023: Highlights, Commentary, Live Update, Winners

AEW Rampage Results March 25, 2023: Highlights, Commentary, Live Update, Winners

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On a special Saturday edition of AEW Rampage, the TNT title will be on the line for the second week in a row. Powerhouse Hobbs will defend his title for the second time against Penta El Zero Miedo, who is seeking revenge for Rey Fenix and Alex Abrahantes after last week's Rampage.

In her second AEW match, Taya Valkyrie will face Leila Grey. Last week, Valkyrie made her debut and confronted TBS Champion Jade Cargill. She also delivered Cargill's own Jaded move to Grey.

Brody King will take on Jake Hager of the Jericho Appreciation Society after Daniel Garcia secured a questionable victory over King last Friday. Former AEW Tag Team Champions The Acclaimed will face off against former ROH Tag Team Champions The Kingdom.

AEW Rampage Results March 25, 2023

TNT Championship: Powerhouse Hobbs (w/ the cast of QTV) vs. Penta El Zero Miedo (w/ Alex Abrahantes)

In the opening of the match, Hobbs and Penta traded strikes, and Penta sent Hobbs to the mat with a dropkick. Penta attempted to follow up with a tope, but Hobbs halted him with a forearm. While Hobbs hurled Penta into the ringpost, Harley, the woman from QTV, recorded the match on her phone.

Hobbs hurled Penta around the perimeter of the ring, slamming him into the barricades. Once back in the ring, Hobbs executed a Bret Hart-inspired elbow drop, but it only resulted in a two-count. Penta attempted to catch Hobbs off guard with a kick, but Hobbs caught his foot and flung him into a backbreaker. While Hobbs distracted referee Aubrey Edwards, QT Marshall surreptitiously fastened Penta's mask onto the bottom rope. However, Penta didn't remain tied up for long, as he swiftly freed himself. Hobbs followed up with a delayed vertical suplex, but Penta managed to kick out just in time.

Penta positioned Hobbs for the Fear Factor, but Marshall climbed onto the apron with a chair to divert his attention. Solo dashed into the ring and assaulted Penta, who then neutralized him with the Fear Factor. However, Hobbs struck Penta with the TNT title belt and followed up with the Town Business to secure the pinfall.

WINNER: Powerhouse Hobbs (w/ the cast of QTV) via pinfall

Following the match, Hobbs and Marshall attempted to continue beating on Abrahantes, but were thwarted by the arrival of Rey Fenix, who brandished a hammer to chase them away.

Brody King (w/ Julia Hart) vs. Jake Hager (w/ a hat that he likes)

The match began with an intense exchange of punches, commonly known as a slugfest, while Jim Ross emphasized Hager's MMA background. The altercation eventually spilled onto the ringside floor, where both competitors aggressively hurled one another into the sturdy ring barricades.

Following a commercial break, King executed a blackhole slam on Hager, nearly securing a pinfall victory. King then attempted a piledriver, but Hager managed to reverse it into an ankle lock. Although King was able to break free, he soon charged towards Hager with an avalanche maneuver, only for Hager to avoid King's cannonball attack. Hager then aimed for his signature move, the Hager bomb, but King countered by thrusting his feet into Hager's face. King capitalized on the opening by delivering a discus lariat, which resulted in a close two-count.

Suddenly, Anna Jay appeared and stormed into the ring, launching a surprise attack on Julia Hart. Although King was momentarily distracted by the commotion, he managed to quickly regain his focus and hit Hager with his finishing move, the "All Seeing Eye" - a unique variation of the sit-out death valley driver - for the victory.

WINNER: Brody King (w/ Julia Hart)

Taya Valkyrie Vs Leila Grey (w/ Jade Cargill & Mark Sterling)

Valkyrie wasted no time in defeating Grey by executing her finishing move, the Road to Valhalla, for the pinfall victory.

WINNER: Taya Valkyrie

Following the match, Sterling stepped into the ring and confronted Valkyrie with a cease and desist order. In response, Valkyrie unleashed another Road to Valhalla on Sterling, suggesting that he may be out of commission with a neck brace for the next three months.

The Acclaimed (w/ Billy Gunn) vs. The Kingdom (w/ Maria Kanellis Bennett) Max and Mike commence the match, and the Kingdom uses rapid tags to dominate Max. Bowens unexpectedly tags in and executes a neck breaker combination on Mike for a near fall. Mike and Bowens engage in a struggle for control, and Bowens lands a clothesline for a two-count. Max enters the ring and takes a hit from the "Scissor Me Timbers" move. Taven also enters the ring but is quickly thrown out as we transition to a picture-in-picture segment.

Upon returning to full screen, the Kingdom is shown to have taken complete control of the match and delivered a plethora of attacks on Max while the action was in picture-in-picture mode. They continue to use frequent tags and score several two-counts. Maria tries to escape Billy Gunn, who chases her up the ramp. However, Top Flight makes their entrance and takes over the match. Maria retreats further up the ramp and disappears backstage. As Bennett makes his way back to the ring, Gunn delivers a clothesline and a crotch chop in his direction.

After receiving the hot tag, Bowens springs into action and takes down Taven. Bennett is then brought into the ring, but Bowens quickly forces him out with a flurry of chops. Max is tagged in and Bowens sets up Bennett with "The Arrival" move, allowing Max to execute the finishing "Mic Drop" for the victory.

WINNERS: The Acclaimed

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