AEW Rampage Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from May 13

For the second week in a row, All Elite Wrestling had to shift time slots from its usual 10 p.m. ET start to 5:30 p.m.

This is because of the NBA playoffs airing on TNT.

The Owen Hart Foundation Tournament is in full swing, as AEW has started airing matches from the first round.

This week, Ruby Soho and Riho fought for a spot in the semifinals.

Scorpio Sky defended the TNT Championship against former SCU teammate Frankie Kazarian in the only title match of the night.

We also saw Shawn Spears take on Bear Boulder, and Death Triangle battled The Butcher, The Blade and Marq Quen in a trios bout.

The Butcher has worked hard to get himself into better shape over the past year. He looks better than ever. Fenix does things nobody else has ever thought of before. It's incredible how easily he can make something really complicated look.

The Blade looks a lot less intimidating without his beard. Quen's 450 splash looked awesome, but his dive from the top turnbuckle to the floor was his biggest highlight of the match. Pac's Black Arrow always looks perfect.

Spears has a cool entrance. It's too bad we don't get to see him do it on TV very often. Spears getting Boulder up for his finisher was genuinely impressive because he walked around with him and held him for a few seconds before slamming him.

Riho sticking her fingers in her ears to avoid hearing Soho's music was kind of funny. The modified half-crab submission Riho used was really cool. It looked like it would cause genuine pain to whoever was on the receiving end of it. Riho's northern lights suplex looked great.

Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti were shown in the crowd with their AAA mixed tag titles, so it's clear he still wants the TNT title. Lambert just had to get in an insult at Conti's expense, didn't he? Well, so much for Sky's face turn.