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AEW Rampage Spoilers For Tonight – 3 Debuts & 1 Return Took Place

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• AEW Rampage Spoilers For Tonight – 3 Debuts & 1 Return Took Place

Below are the complete spoilers for tonight’s taped episode of AEW Rampage:

– Blackpool Combat Club (AEW World Champion Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli) def. The Butcher & The Blade

– Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland were interviewed by Renee Paquette. There was tension between the two men, as Keith questioned Swerve about needing to cheat to win.

– Dalton Castle challenged Chris Jericho for the ROH World Championship and this Title match was made official for next week.

– Nyla Rose (with Vickie Guerrero) def. Anna Jay

After the match, Jade Cargill and The Baddies attacked Nyla and Marina Shafir. Nyla still has Jade’s TBS Women’s Title in her possession and managed to escape with it again.

– Dark Order was interviewed by Renee Paquette. Rush vs. Dark Order’s 10 was set for next week. If 10 wins, Rush & his crew must leave Dark Order alone.

Stu Grayson of Dark Order returned.

– Ethan Page def. Isaiah Kassidy (Matt Hardy must join The Firm now)

– IWGP, ROH & AAA Tag Team Champions FTR & Shawn Spears def. The Embassy (Brian Cage & Gates Of Agony)

After the match, Maria Kanellis, Matt Taven & Mike Bennett made their AEW debuts and challenged FTR. They attacked FTR and Spears, which led to TNT Champion Wardlow & ROH TV Champion Samoa Joe making the save.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran “Golden Boy” Dan Spivey celebrates his 70th birthday today.

After touring the territories during the early 80s, Spivey joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1985, where he replaced Barry Windham as Mike Rotunda’s Tag Team Partner in The U.S. Express, later dubbed The American Express.

In 1989, he joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, where he teamed with Sid Vicious as ‘The Skyscrapers’, a Team that was managed by Teddy Long. When Vicious was injured, “Mean” Mark Callous (now known as The Undertaker) became the second Skyscraper next to Spivey.

In his last major pro-wrestling run, Spivey returned to the WWF in 1995, where Vince McMahon gave him the gimmick of “Waylon Mercy”, a character based on Robert DeNiro’s role in the 1991 movie “Cape Fear”.


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