AEW Rampage 5th of July 2024

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All Elite Wrestling is back again with another star-studded show with the July 5 episode of AEW Rampage.

Tonight, Mariah May will face Hikaru Shida in the semi-finals of the Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament. The winner will face Willow Nightingale in the finals on the July 10 episode of AEW Dynamite. The winner of the tournament will earn a shot at the AEW Women’s World Championship at AEW All In.
Plus, RUSH will face Komander in a singles bout.
The results are as follows:

Match 1: RUSH defeats Komander via pinfall
Rush started off the night by dominating the beginning of the match, pretty much pulling and throwing Komander wherever he wanted. While Komander was able to regain some momentum, Rush hit him with the Bull’s Horns to walk away with a big win.

Backstage segment: The Undisputed Kingdom
The group began lamenting about their issues with The Conglomeration, with Roderick Strong saying he doesn’t care how long it takes, he will remind Kyle O’Reilly that he doesn’t need him.

Match 2: Konosuke Takeshita & Kyle Fletcher defeat Private Party via pinfall
Takeshita and Fletcher got to work early on, although Private Party quickly managed to flip the momentum and even nearly won after a big swanton bomb attempt. However, things ended with Isiah Kassidy being taken out by the Blue Thunder Bomb from Takeshita, and Fletcher ending the match with a big piledriver to Marq Quen for the win.

Match 3: Kyle O’Reilly defeats GPA via submission
O’Reilly pretty much dominated things from the start, and locked in a submission pretty much immediately to walk away with the win.

Match 4: Mariah May defeats Hikaru Shida via pinfall
In the second round of the Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Cup Tournament, May was able to walk out with the win despite looking like she would lose early on. To start the match, Shida was in control, and even got in Toni Storm’s face after the superstar was at ringside for the match. However, May eventually regained control, countering a hip attack from Shida to begin a series of trading German suplexes.
Later in the match, Shida hit the Falcon Arrow but May was able to kick out, and then followed it up with a back suplex and a hip attack. May eventually ended things by countering a running knee strike from Shida and turning it into a pin for the win, before celebrating the win with Storm.

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