AEW Rampage Results: The JAS' dominance continues as Anna Jay is victorious

Last night on the Fight For The Fallen edition of AEW Rampage, it was a stacked card featuring the likes of Jay Lethal, Best Friends, Claudio Castagnoli, Matt Sydal, and Lee Moriarty, Ethan Page and more.

Plus, new JAS member Anna Jay took on Ruby Soho in a grudge match as this rivalry continues to heat up.

Best Friends def Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh and Sonjay Dutt-

Orange Cassidy starts off the match by delivering his devastating signature kicks to Sonjay Dutt, who has none of it and immediately tags in Satnam Singh.

Satnam takes control of the match for his team, first taking out Cassidy and then dropping Taylor and Beretta with a double crossbody.

As the match progresses, Jay Lethal enters the fray, but the removal of Singh gave Best Friends leeway to regain control of the match.

Taylor and Beretta would give the fans what they want and have a signature hug. However, this allowed Lethal to regroup and capitalise as he hit both Taylor and Beretta with double Lethal Consequences.

The closing moments of the match saw Sonjay and Cassidy go to war with the hand in pockets kicks, but the removal of Dutt’s pencil from behind his ear allowed Cassidy to anger his opponent and catch him with an Orange Punch to pick up the victory.

Post-match saw Lethal, Singh and Dutt continue the attack on the Best Friends, only to be interrupted by TNT Champion Wardlow, who stands off with all three men.

Ethan Page def Leon Ruffin-

Ethan would pick up a swift victory by utilising his power to dominate Ruffin before hitting the Ego’s Edge for the victory.

Lee Moriarty def Matt Sydal-

It was student vs teacher as Matt Sydal looked to humble Lee Moriarty, whereas Moriarty wants to prove a point and pick up a huge victory over his former teacher.

The majority of the match would see both men scout each other extremely well after years of allegiance to one another.

However, it would be the student to pick up the victory after a crossface from Moriarty made Sydal tap out in the middle of the ring.

Post-match saw Stokely Hathaway hand a business card to Moriarty once more, but this time Moriarty took it with a smile and celebrated his win.

New ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli promo-

Castagnoli thanked the fans for his historic victory at Death Before Dishonor but also welcomed William Regal as well as ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta to the ring after his huge victory over Daniel Garcia at Death Before Dishonor.

The Yuta chants would trigger an interruption from Chris Jericho. Wheeler would lay out the challenge for Chris Jericho to go one-on-one with him, but as Jericho granted him the match, Yuta declined.

Jericho would up the ante and put his AEW World Title shot on the line next Wednesday on AEW Dynamite.

Anna Jay def Ruby Soho- 

In a huge main event, new rivals Anna Jay and Ruby Soho collided in a grudge match. 

Jay was looking to secure her first win as a part of the JAS and make a statement, whereas Ruby Soho was out for revenge after weeks of torment from Tay Conti and recently, Anna Jay as well.

Jay would come out of the gate demonstrating a more calculated, vicious side to her offence to take control of Soho.

Ruby Soho would hit the No Future out of nowhere but shockingly Jay would kick out. 

However, in the closing moments, with the referee distracted, Anna Jay utilised the cast to add more pressure to the Queen Slayer submission hold and put Soho to sleep, making a statement and picking up a huge victory.

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