AEW Rampage Results 3/20 - World Tag Title Tournament Wild Card Match, Street Fight & More

Welcome to Rllegends's results for "AEW Rampage" on March 20, 2024, coming to you live from the Coca Cola Coliseum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada!

TBS Champion and House of Black member Julia Hart will be joining forces with Skye Blue to square off with Willow Nightingale and Kris Statlander. However, it won't just be any ordinary bout as they will be competing in a Street Fight. Tensions between the four women have been mounting over the past few weeks, with them having previously faced one another in the ring during the AEW Revolution Zero Hour Pre-Show in which Nightingale and Statlander emerged victorious.

Reigning Ring Of Honor World Television Champion Kyle Fletcher and Powerhouse Hobbs of The Don Callis Family will be taking on former AEW International Champion Orange Cassidy and Trent Beretta in a Wild Card Match for the AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament. The winner of the match will go on to face The Undisputed Kingdom in the quarterfinals as the AEW World Tag Team Championship hangs in the balance. As of writing, FTR, The Infantry, Big Bill and Ricky Starks, Top Flight, Private Party, and The Young Bucks will also be competing in the quarterfinals.

Another member of The Don Callis Family will also be in action tonight, as Konosuke Takeshita goes head-to-head with Rocky Romero. Takeshita scored a win during last Friday's edition of "Rampage" when he defeated Komander while Romero hasn't competed in an AEW ring since February 9.

After coming up short against Bryan Danielson this past Saturday on "AEW Collision" Katsuyori Shibata will be returning to action tonight against an opponent who has yet to be named. This will be Shibata's first match since November 25, 2023, during which he was dethroned as Ring of Honor Pure Champion by Wheeler Yuta.

We are live! Excalibur, "Daddy Magic" Matt Menard, and Tony Schiavone greet audiences at home as Edge celebrates his TNT Championship win against Christian Cage.

We then head over to a video of The Gunns and Jay White discussing their betrayal of The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn this past Wednesday on "AEW Dynamite" as they lay at poolside, as well as mocking Darby Allin for injuring his foot ahead of his Mount Everest climb.

Back at ringside, Renee Paquette introduces The Acclaimed.

We Hear From The Acclaimed

Max Caster addresses The Gunn's and White, and reveals Billy was not cleared for travel after White attacked him last week. He asks Toronto what they think about White, and they boo him. He then says White feels the same way as he didn't bother to show up, and offers him a first class ticket to anywhere in the world as long as it's not AEW. He says White would be smart to take that offer, but he's not and he proved that when he angered him and Anthony Bowens.

Bowens echoes Caster's segment, and says The Gunn's know somewhere deep down that they're not Elite enough. He says Colten and Austin Gunn weren't good enough to be in a video for the AEW World Tag Team Championship, then says White should've signed with another promotion. He reminds White that he lost both the Continental Classic and his AEW World Championship match against MJF, then tells him that he needs to stop blaming everyone but himself for his shortcomings. He says he and Caster are counting down the days until they beat him, then says he and Caster never needed White because everyone loves The Acclaimed.

Orange Cassidy and Trent Beretta then make their way down to the ring. The Don Callis Family follows.

The Don Callis Family (w/ Don Callis) vs. Orange Cassidy and Trent Beretta in an AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament Wild Card Match

Cassidy and Hobbs begin the action. The bell rings and Hobbs lands a spinebuster on Cassidy. He goes for a pin, but Beretta breaks the fall. Fletcher fires off right hands on Beretta, then dumps him out of the ring before he and Hobbs toss him into the barricade on the outside. Cassidy looks to level Hobbs with a tope suicida, but Hobbs catches him and sends him repeatedly crashing into the apron. He gets him back in the ring and delivers a clothesline to him in the corner, then charges at him in the opposite corner. Cassidy moves out of the way and tags in Beretta.

Beretta delivers a pair of double knees to Fletcher, then sends him out to join Hobbs. He then goes flying to level both men on the outside, then gets Hobbs back in the ring. Fletcher tries blindsiding Beretta, but Beretta moves out of the way and Fletcher is sent crashing into Hobbs. Beretta then levels Fletcher with a German suplex and looks to follow it up with a Tornado DDT. Fletcher prevents him from doing so and double teams on him with Hobbs.

Back from the break, Cassidy delivers a crossbody to Fletcher off the top and flies to level Hobbs on the outside. He lands a Tornado DDT on Fletcher back in the ring and goes for a pin, but Hobbs breaks the fall. Hobbs tags in and gets Cassidy up on his shoulders, but Beretta looks to save him. Fletcher stops him, but Beretta takes him out and fires off forearms on Hobbs to try and help Cassidy. Hobbs stays standing, but Cassidy still manages to escape and lands his signature kicks on Hobbs. Hobbs runs him over with a splash, then tags Fletcher back in.

Fletcher continues wearing down Cassidy and Beretta, but Cassidy counters one of his moves into the Stu-Dog Millionaire. Beretta follows it up with a Half-and-Half suplex and hugs Cassidy, but Hobbs runs them both over and stomps on Cassidy's spine on the outside. Beretta then flies off the apron with some assistance from Cassidy to take down Hobbs, but Fletcher goes after them. Fletcher and Cassidy end up back in the ring, and Fletcher delivers a spinning piledriver. He then delivers a kick to Cassidy's chest in the corner.

Cassidy and Fletcher end up on the top rope, but Beretta delivers a Half-and-Half suplex to Fletcher off the middle rope. Cassidy follows it up with a Tornado DDT off the middle rope, and Beretta lands a Spear on Hobbs on the outside. Cassidy then lands the Orange Punch on Fletcher in the ring for the win.

Winners: Orange Cassidy and Trent Beretta

Back from the break, Katsuyori Shibata makes his way down to the ring. Kevin Matthews is already waiting inside.

Katsuyori Shibata vs. Kevin Matthews

The bell rings and Shibata exchanges right hands with Matthews. Shibata gains the upper hand and lands a running dropkick on Matthews in the corner, then follows it up with a double underhook suplex and lands a kick on Matthews' head. He fires off strikes on Matthews, but Matthews levels Shibata with a clothesline and gets him up on his shoulders. Shibata reverses into a Sleeper, then delivers a kick to Matthews' chest for the win.

Winner: Katsuyori Shibata

We then head backstage and see Adam Copeland celebrate his TNT Championship win with some champagne and several other talent.

Back at ringside, Konosuke Takeshita and Don Callis make their way down. Rocky Romero follows.

Konosuke Takeshita (w/ Don Callis) vs. Rocky Romero

The bell rings and the two lock up. Takeshita taunts Romero, and Romero responds with a pair of chops. Romero follows it up with a hurricanrana and a pair of clotheslines in the corner, but Takeshita gets him up on his shoulders and sends him crashing into the mat face first.

Back from the break, Romero and Takeshita are brawling on the outside. They get back in the ring, and Romero plants Takeshita. Romero sends Takeshita's arm bouncing off the mat, then cinches in an Arm Bar. Callis hops up on the apron, allowing for Takeshita to land a boot on Romero and follow it up with a Deadeye and a Blue Thunder Bomb. He goes for a pin, but Romero kicks out. Takeshita then delivers a rolling elbow strike despite having an injured arm, and a spinning Falcon Arrow for the win.

Winner: Konosuke Takeshita

Back from the break, Willow Nightingale, Kris Statlander, and Stokely Hathaway make their way down to the ring with chairs in hand. Julia Hart and Skye Blue follow with kendo sticks in theirs.

Julia Hart and Skye Blue vs. Willow Nightingale and Kris Statlander (w/ Stokely Hathaway) in a Street Fight

The bell rings and all four women go after each other with their respective weapons of chairs and kendo sticks. Statlander and Nightingale grab the kendo sticks from Hart and Blue and begin beating them down with them. The four women then get back in the ring, and Hart sits Statlander on a chair as Nightingale uses the kendo stick to choke Blue in the corner. Hart charges at Statlander, but Statlander moves out of the way and sends Hart crashing into the chair. Nightingale then lands a boot on Hart as she's sandwiched through the chair, and Statlander sends Hart crashing into the mat with a chair. Nightingale then lands a dropkick on Hart.

Nightingale grabs a table from under the ring and slides it in. Blue delivers a stomp to Nightingale's shoulder on the outside, then sends her crashing into the barricade. Statlander sets up the table in the corner inside the ring, but Blue goes after her and begins wearing her down. Hart then grabs a spike and looks to hit Statlander with it. Statlander moves out of the way, and Hart accidentally hits Blue with it instead. Statlander then sends Hart crashing into the top turnbuckle and looks to suplex her through the table. Hart counters into a sleeper, but Statlander breaks the hold by sending her crashing through the table in the corner.

Back from the break, Statlander lands a forearm on Hart in the corner and follows it up with a running knee. Nightingale lands a bodyslam on Blue on the outside, then clears the commentary desk as two tables are set up next to it. She gets Blue on top of the announce desk, but Blue lands a kick on Nightingale's midsection and lands a Code Blue on top of the commentary desk. Statlander sends Hart's head repeatedly bouncing off the ring steps on the other side.

Blue holds up a bag and dumps a bunch of thumb tacks out in the ring, but Statlander grabs a bag of her own from under the ring and dumps out even more tacks. She sits Blue on the top rope and climbs up to join her, but Blue exposes Statlander's back and pulls her off the middle rope with a powerbomb. She goes for a pin, but Statlander kicks out. Blue then grabs a handful of tacks and dumps them into Statlander's mouth and lands a superkick. She goes for another pin, but Statlander kicks out once again. Blue drags Statlander over to the corner and ascends to the top. Nightingale pulls her off and onto her shoulders, then sends her crashing through the two tables set up near the commentary desk.

In the ring, Hart makes a pile of chairs in the corner and looks to send Statlander crashing on top of them. Statlander reverses and sends Hart colliding into them with a back body drop. She ascends to the top and looks to follow it up with a 450 Splash, but Hart moves out of the way and Statlander is sent crashing into the chairs. Hart then locks in Hartless on Statlander, and Statlander taps out.

Winners: Julia Hart and Skye Blue

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