There’s still time. We are less than ten days away from AEW All Out and most of the card has already been set. There are only so many things left to put together for the show but as usual, there is always a bit of time left to add something onto the card. AEW had a few spots left to add in something else, which is what they did during this week’s edition of Rampage.

AEW added two more matches during this week’s Rampage. First up, the Lucha Bros defeated the Jurassic Express in a tournament final to become the new #1 contenders to the Tag Team Titles. As a result, the two will be challenging the Young Bucks for the Tag Team Titles in a steel cage match at All Out. The teams have a history in AEW, wrestling a pair of matches for the AAA Tag Team Titles in 2019, with each team winning one match.

Second, a TNT Title match was added to the card as Miro will be defending his title against Eddie Kingston. This match was made after Miro had been calling Kingston out for a fight for the last few weeks now. During this week’s show, Miro attacked Fuego del Sol, bringing out Kingston for the save. The two brawled, with referees breaking things up. The match was made later in the show.

It was a big night. Check out what we might be seeing soon and how we got there:

Jurassic Express or Lucha Brothers - Who Fought Their Way into All Out? | AEW Rampage, 8/27/21

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Miro vs Eddie Kingston full match AEW Rampage Highlight

Opinion: These matches aren’t the biggest surprises, especially the Tag Team Title match where the Young Bucks were just waiting on opponents. Miro had been calling out Kingston as well, leaving the match to be added either to the pay per view or an upcoming Dynamite. They should make the show even better, which is never going to be a problem with a wrestling pay per view.

Which of the matches gets your attention more? Who leaves with the titles? Let us know in the comments below.

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