AEW Rampage Results (5/18/2024): Moda Center, Portland, OR.


It's Saturday night, and this week, you know what that means ...

All Elite Wrestling returns at 10/9c on TBS this evening with this week's installment of their weekly one-hour AEW Rampage television program, which this week emanates from Moda Center, Portland, Oregon.

On tap for tonight's taped show is Kyle O'Reilly vs. Lee Moriarty, Deonna Purrazzo vs. Robyn Renegade, Brian Cage vs. Anthony Bowens, plus RUSH will be in action and more.

Featured below are complete AEW Rampage results from Saturday, May 18, 2024. The following report was written by F4WOnline.com as the show aired from 10-11pm EST. on TBS.

AEW RAMPAGE RESULTS (5/18/2024)

The Elite open the show in a pre-taped bumper, wishing us all a great show.

Taped in Portland, Oregon.

Tony Schiavone, Matt Menard and Nigel McGuinness were on commentary.

Kyle O’Reilly defeated Lee Moriarty (w/ Anthony Ogogo) (9:58)

Lots of mat work to start. O’Reilly worked on Moriarty’s arm, until Moriarty used a flatliner to send O’Reilly into the middle turnbuckle.

After the split-screen break, O’Reilly fought out of arm bar, but Moriarty transitioned it into a choke. O’Reilly escaped and kicked Moriarty down. Backdrop suplex into a leglace from O’Reilly in a pretty cool spot. Moriarty escaped and exchanged kicks with O’Reilly. Moriarty did the gnarly finger-snap spot, then hit a running boot in the corner for two. Moriarty locked in the Border City Stretch, but O’Reilly countered with a head and shoulder capture suplex.

Both guys exchanged kicks and slaps mid-ring. Moriarty wenty for a suplex, but O’Reilly countered with aknee to the head. They exchanged armbars, andO’Reilly locked in a hammerlock, guillotine and bodyscissors all at once. Moriarty tried to fight out, but O’Reilly transitioned into a triangle choke, then took Moriarty out with a knee. A suplex into an armbar forced Moriarty to tap out. V

Next week, O’Reilly takes on Malakai Black on Dynamite.

– Lexi Nair interviewed the Acclaimed. Billy Gunn has problems with authority and the Elite.

Rush defeated Cody Chhun (0:38)

Chhun missed a splash in the corner right away then Rush hit a forearm and the dropkick in the corner. That was it.

After the match, Rush pulled Chhun to the floor and beat him up around the ringside area. Rush whipped and choked Chhun with an electrial cable.

– Lexi Nair checked in with Bryan Danielson for a medical update, stemming from events that happened during the Collision main event. FTR won’t make Dynamite this Wednesday, but Danielson will be, looking for the Young Bucks.

“The Virtuoso” Deonna Purrazzo defeated Robyn Renegade

Lots of good work on the mat to start. Purrazzo countered a sunset flip attempt with a juji gatame, but Renegade escaped by making it to the ropes.

After a split-screen break, Renegade hit a flying clothesline to make a comeback. Renegade hung Purrazzo up in the ropes and hit a dropkick for two. Purrazzo came back with a pump kick. Purrazzo hit another pump kick, then locked in the armbar for a submission.

After the match, Purrazzo put Renegade in her finisher until Thunder Rosa ran Purrazzo out of the ring. When Rosa went to check on Renegade, Purrazzo snuck back in the ring for a cheap shot on Rosa. Rosa caught Purrazzo up the ramp and whipped her into the ring apron. Purrazzo escaped through the crowd.

– Another vignette for Scorpio Sky. This one sounded like Sky would be coming back as an insincere babyface.

– A commercial for Double or Nothing promoted the show with a triple main event: Willow/Mercedes, Swerve/Christian, and Anarchy in the Arena.

– Sonjay Dutt will look to collect the bounty on Bryan Danielson, and he’s booked a match for Danielson with Satnam Singh. Let’s see Danielson work a miracle against Singh.

The full card for Dynamite:

* The Bang Bang Gang appears.
* Orange Cassidy & Will Ospreay v. Trent Beretta & Roderick Strong
* Toni Storm & Mariah May v. Harley Cameron & Saraya
* Hook v. Bryan Keith v. Katsuyori Shibata for a shot at Chris Jericho.
* Swerve Strickland v. Nick Wayne
* Konosuke Takeshita v. Matt Sydal
* Kyle O’Reilly v. Malakai Black
* Jon Moxley appears.
* Bryan Danielson v. Satnam Singh

Brian Cage defeated Anthony Bowens (w/ Max Caster & Billy Gunn) (11:41)

Bowens countered a hip toss attempt with a spinning DDT for a one count. Cage came back and mauled Bowens in the corner. Cage followed up with an avalanche clothesline in the corner and a back suplex. Cage missed a charge in the corner and Bowens took him down with a dragon screw leg whip. A dropkick to the knee sent Cage tumbling to the floor. Bowens tried to dive on Cage from the apron, but Cage caught him and powerbombed him into the ringpost.

After a split screen break, Bowens dove off the middle rope into a suplex attempt from Cage, but Bowens countered with a small package for two. Bowens back-handed Cage and hit a superkick, then hit a Famouser for a near fall. Bowens went for his uranage, but Cage countered with a full nelson slam for two. Cage got hung up in the ropes, and Bowens DDT’d him into the ring apron. They fought on the ring apron. Cage hit Bowens with an outside-in superplex for another near fall.

Bowens escaped a pump handle suplex, but Cage hit a discus lariat. He went for the Drill Claw, but Bowens escaped and hit a rolling forearm, a superkick and a punt kick for two. Cage sent Bowens into the corner where he almost collided with the referee. Cage followed in the corner and almost hit the ref, and when Bowens came up behind Cage, Cage back-kicked him low, and hit the Drill Claw for the finish. The show goes off the air moments later.