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AEW Rampage Buy In (Episode 10) Recap & Review

AEW Rampage Buy In
Episode 10

Original Air Date: October 15, 2021
Event Date: October 15, 2021
(aired live on YouTube)

City: Miami, FL
Venue: James L. Knight Center

Commentary: Excalibur, Taz, Ricky Starks
Ring Announcer: Justin Roberts


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Intro Video


Match 1
Tay Conti w/ Anna Jay vs Santana Garrett
(referee: Aubrey Edwards)

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Result: Tay Conti wins via pinfall after the DD-Tay
Time: 4:43

Match Thoughts
Good match. Tay Conti showed off her technical skills, and Santana Garrett gave her a good fight. There was a bit of back and forth throughout the match. Garrett got some offense mostly towards the middle of the bout, but that really just allowed Conti to display her abilities to escape. This was another strong performance from Conti.


A look at the feud between The Men of the Year and American Top Team versus The Inner Circle.


Match 2
Lee Moriarty vs “The Infamous” Bobby Fish
(referee: Rick Knox)

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Result: Bobby Fish wins via pinfall after a buzzsaw kick
Time: 7:56

Match Thoughts
Very good match. Lee Moriarty showed a lot of skill tonight. This could have been an exhibition for the skills of Bobby Fish, but Moriarty made it an interesting and competitive match. Moriarty forced Fish to get quite aggressive with his attacks, especially late in the match. This was a great showcase for people who may not be familiar with Fish, and it was a nice step for Moriarty to continue making a name for himself.


A look at Bryan Danielson in AEW, and at his opponent tonight.


Match 3
Bryan Danielson vs Minoru Suzuki
(referee: Bryce Remsburg)

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Result: Bryan Danielson wins via pinfall after a running knee strike
Time: 19:17

Match Thoughts
Great match! The hype for this fight was high, and the match didn’t disappoint. Danielson and Suzuki hit each other really hard, and they had great synchronicity throughout their many technical exchanges. The match was relatively even throughout. Suzuki got the better of Danielson when they were striking face to face, but Danielson might have had a slight edge when the fight went to the mat. It was close though, and it felt like either man could have won (even knowing it was almost a certainty that Danielson would win).


A look at the upcoming match between CM Punk and Matt Sydal.


Ring Area
Matt Sydal heads to the ring for the first match on Rampage.


Show Impressions
Having a Buy In for Rampage is odd, but I’m not complaining. There was a whole lot of wrestling, and the matches were great.

Match of the Night
Bryan Danielson vs Minoru Suzuki
I mean, of course.



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