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• AEW Rampage (Fyter Fest – Night 2) Results – Tag Team Turns Babyface

All Elite Wrestling taped tonight’s episode of AEW Rampage (Fyter Fest – Night 2) after Wednesday’s Dynamite went off the air.

Below are the results:

– House Of Black def. Dark Order

After the match, Darby Allin jumped off the tunnel onto Brody King, while Malakai Black & Sting faced off.

– Miro questioned if Malakai Black sent the House Of Black to destroy him or to recruit him.

– Jonathan Gresham (c) def. Lee Moriarty to retain the ROH World Championship

After the match, Gresham declared that he’s the best technical wrestler today and will outclass & outwrestle everyone he faces. Claudio Castagnoli then came out and confronted Gresham.

– Athena & Kris Statlander def. The Renegade Twins

After the match, TBS Women’s Champion Jade Cargill & Kiera Hogan attacked Athena & Kris.

– Stokely Hathaway tried to recruit Lee Moriarty, but Matt Sydal stepped in and shut it down.

– The Acclaimed turned babyface and chased off The Gunn Club.

– Lucha Brothers def. Private Party

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (July 15, 1984) – WWF Georgia Championship Wrestling on TBS

On this day in 1984, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their TV show ‘World Championship Wrestling’ on Ted Turner’s channel TBS.

‘World Championship Wrestling’ originally belonged to the Georgia Championship Wrestling territory, which Vince McMahon bought in July 1984 (leading to the infamous “Black Saturday”).

After the first ever WrestleMania event in 1985, McMahon sold the TV-show and the timeslot on TBS that came with it, to the Atlanta based Jim Crockett Promotions, who kept the ‘World Championship Wrestling’ name and continued the show as a weekly Saturday night Wrestling show.

Ted Turner eventually bought Jim Crockett Promotions in late 1988 and renamed it ‘World Championship Wrestling’, which ironically was also the name of its weekly A-show, until they changed the show’s name to ‘WCW Saturday Night’ in 1992.

The World Wrestling Federation product ran on this show from July 14, 1984 until March 30, 1985.

This episode featured pre-taped matches & interviews on the road to the first ever “WWF Brawl To End It All” event.

You can find the card below:

1. Hulk Hogan vs. Jerry Valiant

2. Interview: Magnificent Muraco & Mr. Fuji

3. Bob Orton vs. Terry Daniels

4. George “The Animal” Steele vs. Steve Lombardi

5. Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant vs. Murdoch, Adonis & Big John Studd

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