Read full results for AEW Battle of the Belts III on Aug. 6, 2022, with three championship matches on the card.
Hey there! You know what’s great after an entertaining week of pro wrestling? Even more wrestling, that’s what. AEW is obliging us with Battle of the Belts III, its quarterly card that features nothing but title matches.
All three bouts on this particular show should be fun. Wardlow puts his TNT Championship on the line against Jay Lethal, who’s on a bit of a roll as of late. Thunder Rosa, a fighting champion as always, may have her hands full with Jamie Hayter.
(As a side note, how jealous would Britt Baker be if Hayter actually wins?)
And ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli should get a stiff test from everyone’s favorite overseas import Konosuke Takeshita. A hard-hitting affair? We should say so.
All this on free TV, what could be better? Yet it’s on Saturday night, and we’re well aware that unlike us, some of you have social lives. But we’re here recapping it for you, so whether you check this article out live on Saturday or sometime down the road, we’ll have all the details.
AEW Battle of the Belts 3 results in 30 seconds:
- Wardlow def. Jay Lethal by pinfall to retain his TNT Championship, but gets attacked after the bell and driven through a table by Satnam Singh
- Jamie Hayter vs. Thunder Rosa – AEW Women’s World Championship Match
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Get full WWE SmackDown results for the August 5, 2022 episode from Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC.
Sometimes we just don’t have time to do the full-on, detailed breakdown of WWE SmackDown. We’re a small team at Wrestling Junkie, after all.
But that’s OK, because we’re still invested in finding out what went down from Bon Secours Wellness Arena (that’s a long name for a venue) in Greenville, SC and passing it along to you. So an abbreviated results post it is, with just the summaries of each match and segment.
Here’s what we know to expect: Roman Reigns will address the man he knows is now his No. 1 contender for Clash at the Castle, Drew McIntyre. Seven women will run the gauntlet (meaning a Gauntlet Match) to determine who will challenge Liv Morgan for her belt (we’re allowed to call it that now, probably). Shinsuke Nakamura will face Ludwig Kaiser, again, for a potential shot at Gunther.
Let’s roll, Greenville!
WWE SmackDown results in 60 seconds:
- Ricochet def. Happy Corbin by pinfall, partly because Corbin can’t let go of his issues with Pat McAfee
- Sami Zayn tries keeping it 100 with the Bloodline but wants to know why the Tribal Chief kept him on read
- Shinsuke Nakamura def. Ludwig Kaiser by pinfall, earning a shot at Gunther’s Intercontinental Championship next week (and possibly earning Kaiser another butt-whupping)
- Kofi Kingston says Xavier Woods is in good spirits as he recuperates from the attack by the Viking Raiders, but it’s almost time for him to make the Raiders pay
- The Usos ask Zayn for a favor, telling him it would mean a lot to Roman to head to the production truck to ensure his pyro, music and entire entrance is just right tonight
- Liv Morgan, sporting a brace on her left arm, gets some boos and “you tapped out” chants as she explains her victory over Ronda Rousey,; Sonya Deville comes out to belittle Liv and vow to win the Gauntlet Match
- Shayna Baszler wins a Gauntlet Match that included Aliyah, Sonya Deville, Shotzi, Xia Li, Natalya and Raquel Rodriguez to become No. 1 contender for Morgan’s SmackDown Women’s Championship
- Annoyed by Zayn’s nagging, the Usos tell him he needs to pull his weight or they’re going to take his Bloodline shirt off him real quick
- Viking Raiders def. Local Talent by pinfall, then get attacked by a kendo stick-wielding Kingston
- Kofi Kingston def. Erik by pinfall
- The tournament for the Women’s Tag Team Championship is back on, for real, for real
- Drew McIntyre comes out to confront the typically confident Bloodline, but he’s attacked by a returning Karrion Kross (now with hair!), and Scarlett leaves the hourglass in the ring in front of Roman Reigns
Check out live AEW Rampage results for the Aug. 5, 2022 episode from Grand Rapids.
AEW Rampage isn’t always live, but when it is, it’s usually a pretty sweet hour of pro wrestling.
Tonight should be no different in Grand Rapids. For starters, AEW Interim World Champion Jon Moxley will take on Mance Warner. Internet darling (and deservedly so) Konosuke Takeshita will be in action as well.
Also the popular AEW World Tag Team Champions, Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland, are going to be in a street fight against Tony Nese and Josh Woods. So that’s a jam-packed hour and we didn’t even cover everything.
In any case, plenty to keep us occupied tonight, and did we mention it’s live? If you can’t watch, no worries, we’re updating this post with the latest AEW Rampage live results as they happen.
AEE Rampage results in 30 seconds:
- Jon Moxley def. Mance Warner by submission
- The Factory wants to help Ricky Starks, but he’s hearing none of it
Check out live AEW Dynamite results for the August 3, 2022 episode from The Schottenstein Center in Columbus.
It’s the old guard vs. the young blood on tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite from The Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio.
Chris Jericho has worn many hats and held many titles over the course of his illustrious wrestling career, and can still put on a main event performance with the best of them. But he might have bitten off more than he can chew in the form of the Blackpool Combat Club’s Wheeler Yuta.
Other matches on the slate for this particular Wednesday include Orange Cassidy vs. Jay Lethal, and the #ThunderStorm team of Thunder Rosa and Toni Storm in a grudge match against Dr. Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter.
All this and much more is going down tonight, so if you can’t tune in, be sure to bookmark this page and check back throughout the evening for the latest from Dynamite.
AEW Dynamite results in 60 seconds:
- Orange Cassidy vs. Jay Lethal
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Check out live WWE Raw results for the August 1, 2022 episode from the Toyota Center in Houston.
August is usually when people start referring to the dog days of summer, where thoughts of back to school and a bit of a grind set in. Not so for WWE, which feels rejuvenated after the departure of Vince McMahon and an entertaining SummerSlam. Raw will look to keep that vibe going tonight from the Toyota Center in Houston.
While the aftereffects of the Biggest Party of the Summer are sure to be felt throughout the show, we’ll get some fresh matchups as well. There will be no rest for The Usos after they fended off the Street Profits in Nashville, as their undisputed WWE tag team titles will be on the line against The Mysterios. Rey and Dominik should be confident after defeating The Judgment Day, albeit with an assist from Edge.
Opportunity will also come knocking for six men vying to become the No. 1 contender for Bobby Lashley’s United States Championship. Raw will see a pair of Triple Threat Matches take place; one with Dolph Ziggler, Ciampa and Chad Gable, and the other featuring AJ Styles, Mustafa Ali and The Miz. The winners of those two bouts will then face each other, with the victor earning a shot at Lashley.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that rumors are circulating about other potential returns in Houston, and the Raw after SummerSlam is also a prime time for possible callups from NXT. Add it all up and it’s a Raw you won’t want to miss.
But … if you’re otherwise engaged tonight or simply not within range of a TV with USA, we’ve got you covered. Bookmark this page and check back throughout the night as we update it with the latest WWE Raw results from Houston and you won’t miss anything significant. We promise.
Get complete AEW Dynamite Fight for the Fallen results from Worcester, Mass. on July 27, 2022.
Light the fuse, because it’s time for AEW Dynamite from Worcester, Mass. It’s another themed episode as well, as Fight for the Fallen looks to win fans over with what appears to be a loaded card.
For starters, Jon Moxley will put his AEW Interim World Championship on the line against Rush, who has looked very good in his limited time in the promotion. And in the main event, Bryan Danielson returns from injury, facing Daniel Garcia.
In-between, there’s a matchup between young aerial artists when Sammy Guevara takes on Dante Martin, and an FTW Championship Match that will see Ricky Starks defending against Danhausen.
Not too shabby, we’d say. Let’s get it!
AEW Dynamite Fight for the Fallen results in 60 seconds:
- Jon Moxley def. Rush by submission to retain the AEW Interim World Championship, but …
- … the Jericho Appreciation Society comes out and Chris Jericho makes a challenge to Mox, who accepts but only if he gets the Lionheart
- Dante Martin thinks Sammy Guevara has gotten soft, but will have someone in his corner in case Tay Conti
- Ricky Starks def. Danhausen by pinfall in a quick title defense of the FTW Championship, and calls for another challenger … and gets Hook
- Hook def. Ricky Starks by submission to become the new FTW Champion
- An emotional Starks says he deserves more than 40 seconds to talk for taking the FTW Championship to prominence, but he then gets ambushed by (now former?) tag team partner Powerhouse Hobbs
- The Acclaimed are going to make the Gunn Club watch their music video to learn more about the match they’ll have on Friday
- Sammy Guevara def. Dante Martin by pinfall, and Anna Jay helps Tay Conti take out Skye Blue until Ruby Soho, Eddie Kingston and Ortiz run to the rescue
- Daniel Garcia wonders if Bryan Danielson has been getting sharper and better like he has
- Sonjay Dutt gets talked into a trios match against Best Friends on Rampage, much to his chagrin
- Jungle Boy speaks for the first time in weeks, exchanging personal insults with Christian Cage
- The Young Bucks seem like they have something they want to say to Hangman Adam Page, but the Dark Order arrives to celebrate Page’s birthday, and the Bucks awkwardly depart
- Swerve Strickland def. Tony Nese and Smart Mark Sterling by pinfall, but he and Keith Lee may have a problem with Nese and Josh Woods, who has laid out Lee backstage
- The House of Black cuts a promo on Miro and Darby Allin, with Brody King challenging Allin to a Coffin Match
- Thunder Rosa def. Miyu Yamashita by pinfall to retain the AEW Women’s World Championship
- Daniel Garcia def. Bryan Danielson by submission as Danielson passes out in a Sharpshooter
Scroll down for more detailed AEW Dynamite Fight for the Fallen results, including every match and major in-ring segment.
Get live WWE Raw results from the July 25, 2022 episode at MSG, featuring a six-man main event, 20 years of Rey Mysterio, and Logan Paul.
A WWE event at Madison Square Garden is always a big deal. When it’s a live episode of Raw at MSG, that makes people sit up and pay attention even more.
Add in the fact that Vince McMahon is now retired and Paul Levesque (you might know him better as Triple H) is now in charge of creative and you have an MSG Raw that has the eyes of the wrestling world firmly on it less than a week out from SummerSlam. And it’ll have a big main event, with Roman Reigns and The Usos pitting their combined might against Riddle and the Street Profits.
Tonight’s show will also be a celebration of 20 years of Rey Mysterio. The word is that plenty of former friends will be on hand to honor him, but he’s got business to attend to as well. Rey and son Dominik will have another fight against The Judgment Day. Have Finn Balor and Damian Priest truly given up on recruiting Dominik, or do they have another surprise in store?
Logan Paul is also scheduled to appear tonight, continuing his feud with The Miz. Last week, Miz claimed Paul could never do what he did, in the ring or as a talk show host. But Paul accepted the challenge of the second part, saying he’d introduce the world to Impaulsive TV at MSG, and do what Miz does even better.
There are bound to be some surprises as well, given the venue, the looming big event in Nashville and the crazy news that has already hit this week for WWE. It’s a show you’ll absolutely want to watch live if possible, but if you can’t, simply bookmark this page and revisit it throughout the night to get the latest WWE Raw live results from MSG, updated as they happen.
Get the latest WWE SmackDown live results from Boston on July 22, with new WWE co-CEO Stephanie McMahon kicking off the show.
Generally speaking, when any show, wrestling or otherwise, announces that it’s a brand new era, it’s a bit of hyperbole. For WWE SmackDown on this particular Friday night … not so much.
As you may have heard, Vince McMahon rocked the wrestling world earlier today by announcing his retirement from WWE. But that’s far from all.
Brock Lesnar was expected to be a big part of tonight’s episode from Boston, just eight days out from his main event Last Man Standing bout with Roman Reigns at SummerSlam in Nashville. Yet he reportedly left after hearing the Vince news, and the show was rewritten as a result.
What’s still on tap? Well, we’d expect the Maximum Male Models will still do their thing, unveiling the 2022 Beachwear Collection. We’ve also been teased with the arrival of Maxxine Dupri, Max’s sister, so it’ll be interesting to see which superstar she turns out to be.
SmackDown Women’s Champion Liv Morgan is slated to come face to face with her SummerSlam opponent, Ronda Rousey. Is Morgan fated to discover the hard way that defending the title is harder than winning it in the first place? Or will she show something to Rowdy that makes their upcoming rematch seem like more of a tossup?
Plus, Shinsuke Nakamura and Ludwig Kaiser will do battle again. Kaiser found out the hard way that losing is not something Gunther will tolerate, and he’ll be looking to avoid another beating at the Intercontinental Champion’s hands. The question is whether he’ll actually be able to do anything about it.
So yeah, it’s going to be an interesting night at the TD Garden in Fox, one you’re not going to want to miss if you can help it. If you do, however, that’s where we come in, as we’ll be updating this post with the latest WWE SmackDown live results all evening long.
Check out AEW Dynamite Fyter Fest live results for July 20, including the Barbed Wire Death Match between Eddie Kingston and Chris Jericho.
Let’s get ready to get bloody!
There’s no guarantee of course, but when you’re advertising anything called a Barbed Wire Death Match that also features a shark cage, there’s a good chance someone, or more than one someone, is bleeding. And given what’s gone down between Eddie Kingston and Chris Jericho during the weeks leading up to tonight’s Fyter Fest Week 2 episode of AEW Dynamite, that’s probably just fine with them.
Even the members of the Jericho Appreciation Society appear to be a little confused as to why they need to be suspended over the ring in a shark cage, but that’s simply good synergy on the part of AEW and its broadcast partner. Don’t knock it.
But there’s much more in store for tonight’s episode from Duluth, Georgia. Darby Allin and Brody King will renew acquaintances (meaning try to beat the crap out of each other), while Christian Cage and Luchasaurus will do their best to beat and verbally berate the Varsity Blonds. Best Friends will have their hands full when they take on Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley and Wheeler Yuta.
The women of AEW will get some of the spotlight as well, as Athena and Willow Nightingale take on Jade Cargill and her right-hand baddie, Kiera Hogan. Hopefully they let Stokely Hathaway say something cool, meaning just give him a microphone.
And don’t forget the tag teams, as Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland celebrate their AEW championship, while FTR gets a chance to talk ahead of their ROH tag team title defense in a best-of-three falls match with the Briscoe Brothers at Death Before Dishonor this weekend.
That makes for plenty of reasons to tune in by our count, but if you can’t watch tonight, check back throughout the night as we update this post with the latest AEW Dynamite Fyter Fest live results.
Check out WWE Raw live results for the July 18, 2022 episode from Tampa, including a Raw Women’s Championship rematch and Logan Paul.
As the old saying goes, if at first you do succeed but don’t win the championship because you won by countout, try, try again.
OK, that’s not actually how any adage goes, but it does apply to the situation Carmella finds herself in as WWE Raw heads to the Amalie Arena in Tampa tonight. Because Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair kept getting distracted by the presence of Becky Lynch, Carmella was able to beat Belair, even though it didn’t mean the title changed hands.
Can she depend on Big Time Becks still living rent-free inside Bianca’s head and parlay that into a championship during the rematch this week? Probably not, since Belair vs. Lynch at SummerSlam is the more marketable option, but it’s interesting to ponder.
Also, you may have heard that The Miz and Logan Paul teamed together successfully at WrestleMania only for Miz to stab his partner in the back after the bell. Big shocker, that.
Miz thought the two men would bury the hatchet and re-form their team, but Paul put the kibosh on that as soon as he signed his WWE contract. He’s made no bones about the fact that he wants a match against Miz for SummerSlam, but so far it hasn’t been finalized. Paul will be on Raw tonight, so that might change by the end of the show.
Not in Tampa nor around a TV tonight? We’ve got you covered, as we’ll be updating this very post with WWE Raw live results all evening long. Drop back in any time between 8 and 11 p.m. ET for the latest.