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AEW Adds Young Bucks Match To Rampage Grand Slam

AEW is gearing up for another Grand Slam event next week. They might have long way to go if they want to fill up Arthur Ashe Stadium, but they still have quite a card in store.

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Grand Slam Dynamite will also see MJF take on Samoa Joe with the AEW World Title on the line. Also, Jon Moxley will defend his International Title against Rey Fenix.

Saraya and Toni Storm will also wrestle for the AEW Women’s World Title. That should be an interesting match. That’s not all, because the company is also bringing a two-hour Rampage to Arthur Ashe Stadium.

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You can check out the updated AEW Rampage Grand Slam card below. So far, they have three matches announced, and one is a Trios Titles match with The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn vs The Dark Order.

Sting and Darby Allin will also take on Christian Cage and Luchasaurus in tag team action. The Mogul Embassy will also take on The Young Buck and Hangman Page in trios action.

AEW will need far more matches than three to fill up the two-hour show in Arthur Ashe Stadium. As always, things could be added before the event, or taken off entirely

AEW Trios Titles

The Acclaimed & Billy Gunny vs Dark Order

Sting & Darby Allin vs Christian Cage & Luchasaurus

Mogul Embassy vs Young Bucks & Hangman Page

You can check out the lineup for AEW Dynamite Grand Slam below. It looks like this is going to be a busy week for AEW fans.

AEW World Title

MJF vs Samoa Joe

International Title

Jon Moxley vs Rey Fenix

AEW Women’s Title

Saraya vs Toni Storm

Title vs Title Match

NJPW Strong Champion Eddie Kingston vs ROH Champion Claudio Catagnoli

Chris Jericho vs Sammy Guevara

For more of that and more, please keep checking back with us here at Ringside News. What’s your take on AEW’ plan for AEW Grand Slam? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

September 16, 2023 9:50 pm

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