Revolution is just one of four pay-per-view events AEW does a year, so it’s no surprise that. Kenny Omega defends his AEW Championship against Jon Moxley in what is sure to be a controversial Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch. But if the crazy hardcore stuff isn’t your thing, there’s still a lot to look forward to: Young Bucks defending their tag titles against Jericho and MJF, the in-ring return of Sting and the announcement of a “major star” signing with AEW.
Check back to this page when the(5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET) as I’ll be updating with results and analysis.
Jericho and MJF vs. The Young Bucks
The AEW Tag Team Championship match opens Revolution.
The preshow match was scheduled to be Britt Baker and Rebel versus Riho and Thunder Rosa. That was changed, however, when Riho was replaced by Maki Itoh.
After an idol performance by Itoh, she and Baker got the W when Rebel hit Thunder Rosa with a crutch, leading Baker to get a pinfall.