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AEW Stars Were Involved In An Altercation With A Fan At Rampage Tapings

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• AEW Stars Were Involved In An Altercation With A Fan At Rampage Tapings

After Wednesday’s Dynamite went off the air, All Elite Wrestling taped tonight’s episode of AEW Rampage.

As we noted earlier, Lee Moriarty turned heel by joining forces with Stokely Hathaway at these tapings.

After this angle, they were involved in an altercation with a fan. Here’s what the Wrestling Observer reported about it:

“There was an altercation between Stokely & Lee and a fan as they were leaving, which I’m sure won’t be on TV.”

Below are the complete spoilers for tonight’s show:

– Orange Cassidy & Best Friends def. Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt & Satnam Singh

Singh & Lethal attacked Cassidy after the match, but TNT Champion Wardlow made the save.

– Ethan Page def. Leon Ruffin

– Lee Moriarty def. Matt Sydal

Stokely Hathaway came out in the middle of the match and helped Lee pick up the win over Matt.

After the match, Moriarty turned heel by joining forces with Hathaway.

– Tony Schiavone interviewed new ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli. Cesaro thanked the fans for supporting him.

He then called out fellow Blackpool Combat Club member Wheeler Yuta (who is the ROH Pure Champion) to the ring.

Chris Jericho (who was on commentary) then got up and said he’s sick of the BCC, and that Sports Entertainers beat Wrestlers every time.

Yuta then reminded Jericho that he beat Jericho Appreciation Society’s Daniel Garcia.

This led to Jericho vs. Wheeler being set up for next week’s Dynamite, with Jericho’s Interim AEW World Title shot on the line.

– Anna Jay def. Ruby Soho

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• Old School WCW Manager Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Manager Sonny Onoo (Real name: Kazuo Sonny Onoo) celebrates his 60th birthday today.

Most Old School Wrestling fans remember Sonny Onoo as a manager, who worked for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1995 till 1999.

Onoo managed several WCW Wrestlers, such as Bull Nakano, Masahiro Chono, The Último Dragón, The Great Muta, Akira Hokuto, Ernest Miller.

After he was fired from WCW, he launched a lawsuit against AOL Time Warner (WCW’s parent company at that time), which was settled out of court.


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