AEW Rampage Results for September 8: Grand Slam World Title Eliminator Tournament Continues
By Jeff Wolfe | September 8, 2023 | prowrestlingwars.com
The action-packed AEW Rampage continued on September 8 with the quarterfinal round of the Grand Slam world title eliminator tournament. The show, which aired on TNT, delivered exciting matches and surprising twists.
In the first quarterfinal match, Jeff Hardy faced off against Samoa Joe. Both competitors brought their A-game, showcasing their high-flying and hard-hitting styles. The match was a back-and-forth battle, with near falls and close calls. In the end, Samoa Joe emerged victorious, advancing to the next round of the tournament.
The second quarterfinal match featured Penta El Zero M taking on Jay Lethal. Penta, known for his unique Lucha Libre style, clashed with the technical prowess of Lethal. The match was a display of skill and athleticism, with both competitors pulling out all the stops. Ultimately, Penta secured the win, securing his spot in the semifinals.
Another highlight of the night was the trios match between Britt Baker, Hikaru Shida, and Skye Blue against The Bunny, Taya Valkyrie, and Anna Jay. The match was a chaotic affair, with all six competitors giving it their all. In the end, Baker, Shida, and Blue emerged victorious, showcasing their teamwork and individual skills.
The Young Bucks, one of AEW’s most dominant tag teams, faced Daddy Magic and Cool Hand Ang in a highly anticipated match. The Bucks displayed their signature high-flying moves and arrogant personas, while Daddy Magic and Cool Hand Ang showed resilience and determination. However, the Young Bucks proved why they are considered one of the best tag teams in the world, securing the win.
Throughout the night, fans were treated to backstage segments and interviews. Sammy Guevara made an appearance, sharing his thoughts on his upcoming match and his goals in AEW. The backstage segments added depth to the storytelling and gave fans a glimpse into the lives of their favorite wrestlers.
Overall, AEW Rampage on September 8 delivered an action-packed night of wrestling. The Grand Slam world title eliminator tournament provided thrilling matches, showcasing the diverse talents of the AEW roster. The addition of backstage segments added an extra layer of storytelling, further engaging the audience.
Stay tuned for more updates on AEW Rampage and the Grand Slam world title eliminator tournament.
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