Winner Of The Inaugural AEW Royal Rampage ** SPOILER **

Winner Of The Inaugural AEW Royal Rampage – The Friday, July 1 edition of “AEW Rampage” was taped Wednesday night from the  Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, MI after the live telecast of “Dynamite” went off the air.

The big news coming out of the tapings is that The House of Black’s Brody King won the inaugural Royal Rampage battle royal. According to PWInsider, King won by last eliminating Darby Allin to earn a future title shot at AEW Interim World Champion Jon Moxley.

As noted earlier, the two rings from the “Blood & Guts” match were repurposed for the inaugural Royal Rampage, with up to ten competitors designated to each ring in an over-the-top-rope challenge, with new competitors entering every minute. There was initially some confusion as to the rules about the two final men in the match, and whether they’d compete in a traditional singles match or continue with battle royal rules. It appears the match concluded with regular battle royal rules as King threw Allin over the top rope to become the new #1 contender to Moxley’s championship.


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