AEW Rampage Winter Is Coming 2023 Notes: Results, Don Callis Announces Debut of Don Callis Family Rules

AEW Rampage Winter Is Coming 2023 Results – Dec. 15, 2023

December 15, 2023
Arlington, TX – College Park Center
Commentary – Excalibur, Tony Schiavone, and Chris Jericho

Quick Match Results

  1. Orange Cassidy & The Von Erichs (Ross & Marshall Von Erich) defeated Matt Menard, Angelo Parker, & Jake Hager via Roll-up (pinfall)
    • Following the match, Menard, Parker, and Hager attacked Cassidy, the Von Erichs, and Danhausen resulting in Kevin Von Erich coming out to save his sons, Cassidy, and Danhausen. This distraction was enough time for Cassidy’s team to recover and attacked Hager, Menard, and Parker while Kevin Von Erich applied The Claw to Hager taking him out.
  2. The Don Callis Family (Kyle Fletcher & Powerhouse Hobbs) defeated Hunter Grey & Paul Titan via World’s Most Dangerous Slam (pinfall)
  3. Anna Jay defeated Red Velvet via Queen Slayer (submission)
  4. Action Andretti & Top Flight (Darius & Dante Martin) defeated Penta El Zero Miedo, El Hijo del Vikingo, & Komander via Spinning Full Nelson Slam (pinfall)

Don Callis Announces Debut of Don Callis Family Rules for His Group’s Tag Team Matches

Friday’s taped Rampage show featured The Don Callis Family’s Kyle Fletcher & Powerhouse Hobbs defeating Hunter Grey and Paul Titan in a quick squash style match.

Following the match, Don Callis entered the ring and gave a promo directed towards Chris Jericho who was at ringside. Callis boasted about how his Family has been racking up wins faster in their matches than the Golden Jets and any other tag team in AEW history. Callis then claimed that Jericho and Kenny Omega were scared of Powerhouse Hobbs and the other members of his family. Callis stated that he had a big announcement to make which was revealed to be the debut of the Don Callis Family Rules. Callis stated to Jericho that any two members of his Family will be teaming up together at any time for tag team matches against the Golden Jets going forward, resembling the Freebird Rules made famous by legendary group The Freebirds.