AEW Grand Slam Rampage SPOILERS: Legend makes surprise appearance and more!

AEW taped the special 2-hour Grand Slam episode of Rampage on Wednesday night in Queens, New York at Arthur Ashe Stadium, after Dynamite went off the air.

Below are the spoilers for the AEW Rampage Grand Slam episode that will air this Friday night on TNT, beginning at 10:00 pm ET.

 Chris Jericho, Jim Ross, Excalibur is on commentary

-It’s announced that the winner of the Golden Ticket Battle Royale will challenge new AEW World Champion Jon Moxley on the October 18 Tuesday Dynamite

-Sting and Darby Allin defeated Buddy Matthews and Brody King in a No DQ match. Sting and Allin attacked The House of Black during their entrance. This was a brawl all the way through, with weapons and lots of outside of the ring action. Sting went through a table off the top rope at one point. Sting was later handcuffed to a chair in the ring so Allin could be double teamed. Allin hit a Coffin Drop from the entrance setup, taking out Matthews. Allin then took King through tables off the stage for a huge pop. Matthews later grabbed Sting’s bat and went to hit him in the ring, while still cuffed to the chair, but the music hit and The Great Muta made the save with mist to Buddy’s face. Muta acted like he was going to attack Sting but this was just a ruse. This caused Julia Hart to go through a table. Sting pinned Matthews and then Muta celebrated with him after. Muta and Sting got one of the biggest pops of the night, including the earlier Dynamite taping

-Action Bronson and FTW Champion Hook defeated Angelo Parker and Matt Menard. Bronson performed Hook’s theme song for their entrance. The rapper didn’t look bad at all in the ring, and hit a nice splash in the corner at one point. Hook got the hot tag and they applied double REDRUM submissions to defeat both opponents at the same time. Hook and Bronson were both over big time and Hook may have even showed a little bit of emotion

-AEW TBS Champion Jade Cargill retained over Diamante in another fairly short match. Cargill had “The Baddies” with her while rapper Trina accompanied Diamante to the ring, but after the match Trina smacked Diamante in the face, then celebrated with Cargill. Jade dominated the match but there were several sloppy sequences. There may have been an injury but it was probably just sloppy work

-AEW TNT Champion Wardlow and ROH World Television Champion Samoa Joe defeated Tony Nese and Josh Woods. This was a rout with the champions destroying Nese and Woods in quick fashion, then Joe pinning Nese after a Musclebuster. After the match, Joe was double teamed until Wardlow came in to clean house. Mark Sterling attacked Wardlow but Wardlow rocked him and delivered a Powerbomb Symphony, which was assisted by Joe

-Jungle Boy defeated AEW World Trios Champion Rey Fenix. This was a very long match and it seemed to drag at points, probably because it went past 11:30pm on a long night, but it had more great action than not, possibly a classic. Christian Cage came out after the match, with his arm in a sling, and he distracted Jungle Boy from the ramp. Luchasaurus then attacked Jungle Boy from behind and they fought but Luchasaurus got the best of Jungle Boy. Christian continued to run Jungle Boy down on the mic while Luchasaurus destroyed him and left him laying with a powerbomb. Cage said the fans and Jungle Boy are nothing but bitches

-Eddie Kingston defeated Sammy Guevara but the decision was reversed so Guevara defeated Kingston. Guevara came out to a new anime-themed entrance video, which shows him wrestling other AEW stars. Sammy took the mic and said from the bottom of his heart, he apologizes… for Kingston being a fat piece of shit. The crowd erupted at this. Following an aggressive match between the two, Kingston ended up making Guevara tap out for the win. However, Kingston would not stop choking Guevara after the bell, so the referee overturned the result, and Guevara was named the winner. Kingston snapped and attacked security after the match. Jerry Lynn and other officials.

Spoilers are courtesy of Wrestling Headlines.