AEW Rampage May 27
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AEW Rampage Results (5/27/22): Bryan Danielson, The Young Bucks And More

All Elite Wrestling delivered a live episode of AEW Rampage on May 27, just two days ahead of AEW Double or Nothing.

The results are as follows:

Bryan Danielson vs. Matt Sydal

Danielson and Sydal feel each other out with some technical holds. “The American Dragon” gains the upper hand, but Sydal fires up and takes him down. Danielson drops his opponent with a backbreaker and grounds him with a few submission holds. Sydal rallies with a leg lariat, but Danielson drills him with some stiff strikes. He suplexes Sydal on the ropes and hits a diving knee while he’s hung over the ropes. Sydal perseveres with a few kicks and drops Danielson with a hurricanrana. Another kick to the head earns Sydal a two count. Sydal hits a Meteora, but Danielson rolls through and locks in a single crab. Danielson kicks him again, but Sydal hits an innovative sunset flip powerbomb for a two count. Both men trade blows, and Sydal gets a two count with a backslide. Danielson hits the running knee, elbows Sydal and chokes him out for the win.

Winner: Bryan Danielson

A video package looks back on the history of HOOKHausen ahead of their match against Tony Nese and “Smart” Mark Sterling at AEW Double or Nothing.

The Young Bucks (with Brandon Cutler vs. Taylor Rust and Jon Cruz

The Young Bucks come to the ring dressed as The Hardys and using their music. They bring Gangrel out with them. Nick Jackson starts the match, mocks Jeff Hardy’s dancing and hits his signature dropkick. The Bucks hit Poetry in Motion, and Matt Jackson hits a diving elbow. Rust tags in and hits a flurry of offense. He eats two superkicks, and Cruz tags in. He takes two superkicks, and The Bucks hit the Twist of Fate/Swanton Bomb combination for the win.

Winners: The Young Bucks

Gangrel celebrates with The Young Bucks, but they turn on him and attack him until the real Hardys make the save. Cutler saves Matt and Nick from a double Twist of Fate, but Gangrel drops him with a DDT. The Hardys then hit Cutler with the Twist of Fate and Swanton Bomb.

In a promo, Darby Allin says Kyle O’Reilly took out Sting, so he’s challenging him to a fight at AEW Double or Nothing. He says if O’Reilly doesn’t accept, he’ll interfere in Adam Cole’s and The Young Bucks’ matches on Sunday.

Dante Martin vs. Max Caster (with The Acclaimed and Max Caster)

Martin dives onto the Gunns and Caster, but Billy slams him before the match even starts. The referee ejects everyone from ringside. Martin gets a two count on a pin attempt. Caster takes his leg out and continues to target it. Martin rallies with a flurry of offense and hits the Nose Dive for the win.

Winner: Dante Martin

A video package hypes up the finals of The Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament; Adam Cole will face Samoa Joe at AEW Double or Nothing.

In-ring Segment: Scorpio Sky, Dan Lambert, and Ethan Page

Dan Lamberts insults AEW fans and hypes up the new TNT Championship by calling it a masterpiece. Sky takes the title out of a bag and raises it. Page says now that the belt matches the talent, they can be finished with Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti. The duo, alongside Frankie Kazarian, appear on the video screen, and they’re breaking into the American Top Team gym. Kazarian tries to smash the title case, and Guevara stops him. Guevara smashes it, and the trio takes the titles. Kazarian says if they want the titles back, they’ll be in Vegas on Sunday. Conti tells them to bring Paige VanZant. Sky says this gone on long enough; he says it’ll be him, Ethan Page, and Paige VanZant against Kazarian, Sammy Guevara, and Tay Conti at AEW Double or Nothing.

Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Semifinals: Ruby Soho vs. Kris Statlander

Soho and Statlander feel each other out, and they’re evenly matched early on. Statlander overpowers Soho and drops her. She hits an impressive stalling vertical suplex and slams Soho again. Statlander slams Soho one more time, but “The Runaway” rallies and gets some breathing room. They trade strikes, and Statlander showcases her strength by catching Soho and throwing her. Soho drills her with some elbows to the head and hits a hurricanrana off the ropes. Statlander gets a two count with a powerbomb. She hits her shoulder on the turnbuckle, and she’s unable to slam Soho due to the pain. Soho kicks her, and Statlander falls out of the ring.

Soho hits a diving arm-bar slam and keeps wrenching on the arm. Statlander slams Soho face-first into the turnbuckle and hits a German suplex. She gets a near fall, as Soho refuses to stay down. Soho kicks her way out of a Spider Crab and rolls Statlander for the win.

Winner: Ruby Soho

Britt Baker comes to the stage, and Soho won’t let her speak. She says she did what she had to do to win, and the fans boo her loudly. Soho tells Baker that she doesn’t like her, and she’ll hurt her bad at AEW Double or Nothing.

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