AEW’s fourth instalment of Revolution is coming up this Sunday and we’re all very excited here for the mega Iron Man main-event between MJF and Bryan Danielson. Thousands of rabid wrestling fans will descend upon San Fran to witness a stacked card full of grudge matches and bloody battles.
We have the full match card here for you to whet your whistle, be sure to tune into AEW Revolution on Sunday night for an event you won’t want to miss.
– MJF vs Bryan Danielson – 60 Minute Iron Man match for the AEW Championship
– Jamie Hayter vs Ruby Soho vs Saraya – AEW Women’s Championship
– Samoa Joe vs Wardlow – AEW TNT Championship
– The Gunns vs The Acclaimed vs Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett vs Danhausen & Orange Cassidy – Four-Way match for the AEW Tag Team Championship
– Jon Moxley vs Hangman Adam Page – Texas Death Match
– The Elite (Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks) vs The House of Black (Malakai Black, Buddy Matthews & Brody King) – AEW Trios Championship
– Chris Jericho vs Ricky Starks
– Jungle Boy Jack Perry vs Christian Cage – Final Burial Match
– Mark Briscoe & The Lucha Brothers vs Ari Daivari, Tony Nese & Josh Woods
– Blackpool Combat Club (Claudio Castagnoli & Wheeler Yuta) vs Dark Order (Andrew Reynolds & John Silver)
The match to watch outside of the main-event is naturally the blood-feud between Mox and Page. Over the past few weeks, both men have exchanged brutal blows and remarks to one another, making this a babyface-feud for the ages. Expect this one to be jam-packed full of hardcore spots and a messed-up canvas when the final bell rings.
Fans are also clamouring for the huge trios match between the Elite and the House of Black. This will be the first meeting between the two teams and will undoubtedly be a mat-classic. The Trios division has looked strong since the re-introduction of the Elite and their reign as champs, introducing some fresh faces like AR Fox and now giving the House of Black something meaningful to latch onto.
This could also be the night of breakout stars, with the likes of Ricky Starks, Wardlow and Jack Perry all competing in major matches against stars that could seriously put them over. Depending on the backstage writers overall intentions, this could be the turning of a new era in AEW, or maybe the final nail in the coffin?
AEW Revolution airs live on Sunday March 5th, 2023 on Fite.TV and ESPN.
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