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New Storylines Will Begin At Revolution For Rest Of The Year

AEW’s next major PPV Event known as Revolution is set to take place this Sunday, March 6th inside the Addition Financial Arena in Orlando, Florida, with the card already taking shape and stacked from top to bottom as several top calibre matches have been made official such as AEW World Champion “Hangman” Adam Page defending his championship against Adam Cole, “The Best In The World” CM Punk facing MJF in a Dog Collar Match, Chris Jericho facing Eddie Kingston in a one-on-one match and Jon Moxley battling Bryan Danielson in Singles action.

Not only will this Sunday’s AEW Revolution PPV feature a loaded card from top to bottom and be a huge night for the company, but it will also see several storylines end and new ones begin for their major PPV Event in May called Double Or Nothing and for the rest of the year as stated by AEW President and CEO Tony Khan, when he had a conversation with DAZN’s Christopher Walker to promote and hype Sunday’s PPV Event. According to Tony Khan, this Sunday’s lineup is the best they have ever assembled and they want to continue giving the fans the best quality shows and matchups and they can’t be satisfied with just putting up one huge show, they have to keep moving forward.

This is what Tony Khan said:

“Really, this is perhaps the best card we’ve ever assembled.” “We’ve hit our stride with our PPV offerings recently and you can see that with what we tried to deliver to our fans in 2021. We want to continue to give our fans excellent quality when they sit down to watch AEW. We can’t just deliver one big show then be satisfied. We have to keep moving forward.”

Tony Khan also said he is very confident that the wrestlers booked for this Sunday’s PPV will deliver and with Revolution built as a show to establish what they will do moving forward for the rest of the year, the hard work they have been doing will definitely pay off and we will see some storylines end, but new storylines begin.

This is what Tony Khan said:

“At Revolution, with the names involved, I think you’re going to see an excellent wrestling show. I’m very confident that the talent will deliver in the ring.” “But it’s also important that we use the show to build what we want to do for the rest of the year.”

“This is going to be a show where some storylines end, but you’re also going to see new storylines emerge. We’ve built into this show so well in recent weeks, and you’ll see the hard work pay off at Revolution.”

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