All Elite Wrestling brings to you their Revolution PPV Event which emanates from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois.
Advertised for tonight’s PPV: AEW World Champion Chris Jericho defends his AEW World Title against Jon Moxley, AEW Women’s World Champion “The Native Beast” Nyla Rose defends her AEW Women’s World Title against Kris Statlander, AEW World Tag Team Champions Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Adam Page defends their AEW World Tag Team Titles against The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson), MJF takes on “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes in a Singles Match, Orange Cassidy faces PAC in a Singles Match, Darby Allin locks horns with Sammy Guevara in a Singles Match, Jake Hager takes on Dustin Rhodes in a Singles Match and
The Dark Order (Evil Uno and Stu Grayson) battles SCU (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) in a Tag Team Match on The Buy In Pre-Show.
Below are the full results from the show:
Revolution Buy In Pre-Show:
AEW’s Revolution Buy In Pre-Show opens up with Justin Roberts making his way down to the ring and hyping up the crowd. Commentary then welcomes us to AEW’s Revolution Buy In Pre-Show and we head backstage where SCU (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) tells Christopher Daniels to stay in the backstage area during their upcoming match against the Dark Order (Evil Uno and Stu Grayson).
We then get the entrances for the first match of the evening.
The Dark Order (Evil Uno and Stu Grayson) def. SCU (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) via pinfall with a small package from Stu Grayson on Scorpio Sky. After the match, the minions show up and attack. Suddenly, Colt Cabana’s music hits and out comes Cabana to make the save for SCU. Cabana and Grayson then swing away on each other. The rest of the Dark Order then get involved and stomp away on Cabana. Music starts playing and a hooded figure comes out. It’s Christopher Daniels. He runs right at Uno and takes him out. The rest of SCU and Cabana clear out the Dark Order. Daniels then celebrates with his SCU guys.
Jurassic Express are then interviewed backstage and Luchasaurus talks about how he is stoked to finally get some dinosaur representation on PPV. They intend to keep a close eye on Cody’s match to make sure it stays fair. Stunt and Jungle Boy then try to hit on Lexy while Luchasaurus runs down some of the things they are interested in seeing on tonight’s PPV.
Commentary then discusses the rest of the card for tonight’s PPV as The Revolution Buy In Pre-Show comes to a close.
The Revolution PPV opens up with a video package hyping up the top feuds.
The Star-Spangled Banner is then sung.
We then get the entrances for the opening match of the Revolution PPV.
Jake Hager def. Dustin Rhodes via submission with a head-and-arm triangle choke. After the match, Hager brings his wife into the ring to celebrate and QT Marshall checks on Rhodes.
We then get a video package showing us that WarGames is coming to AEW Dynamite on March 25th in an episode entitled Blood & Guts.
We then get the entrances for the Darby Allin vs. Sammy Guevara Match.
Darby Allin def. Sammy Guevara via pinfall with the Coffin Drop. After the match, Allin gets his skateboard, but Hager yanks Guevara out of the ring before anything happens.
We then get the entrances for the AEW World Tag Team Title Match between the AEW World Tag Team Champions Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Adam Page vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson).
Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Adam Page (c) def. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) via pinfall with Buck Shot from Page on Matt Jackson to retain their AEW World Tag Team Titles. After the match, The Young Bucks try to talk with Omega, who seems somewhat annoyed with how things played out. Omega then gives a fist bump to Matt and Nick. Page still seems distant though. Page then looks at them for a moment and gives them somewhat of a head nod, but gets out of the ring. The Young Bucks then leave the ring. Page then eyes Omega like he was going to hit him with a buckshot lariat, but then tells Omega to come on and holds the ropes for him. Page then takes a beer from a fan and heads backstage with it.
It’s your first of 3 #AEW Championship matches as the tag team gold is on the line.— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) March 1, 2020
Can Omega & Hangman retain the championships? Or can #TheYoungBucks be your NEW champions?
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We then get the entrances for the AEW Women’s World Title Match between the AEW Women’s World Champion “The Native Beast” Nyla Rose vs. Kris Statlander.
“The Native Beast” Nyla Rose (c) def. Kris Statlander via pinfall with a Tenryu-style avalanche Beast Bomb to retain her AEW Women’s World Title.
We then get the entrances for the Cody Rhodes vs. MJF Match.
MJF def. Cody Rhodes via pinfall with a loaded punch.
We then get the entrances for the PAC vs. Orange Cassidy Match.
PAC def. Orange Cassidy via submission with the Brutalizer.
We then get the entrances for the main event of the evening, which is an AEW World Title Match between the AEW World Champion Chris Jericho vs. Jon Moxley.
Jon Moxley def. Chris Jericho (c) via pinfall with the Paradigm Shift to win the AEW World Title. After the match, Moxley celebrates with his AEW World Title as Jericho heads off. Moxley then gets the mic and says, “Goddammit I love this s—!” Moxley then says that it has been a long road this past year. Moxley then says that the fans are the energy that fuels AEW. Moxley then says that they are bringing pro wrestling back to the people. Moxley then says that the title doesn’t belong to him, it belongs to the fans. Moxley then says that all the fans stuck with him in the good and bad times. Moxley then says, “I don’t know what else to say, I guess it’s beer-o-clock.” Moxley’s music then plays and he says, “Hey, what the f—, I’m not done!” Moxley then says that he is not hiding behind the title, he is gonna knock down anyone in his way, but for now, he is going to knock back some whiskey. AEW’s Revolution PPV then comes to a close.
It’s main event time as the #AEW World Championship is on the line!— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) March 1, 2020
Can #LeChampion @IAmJericho retain his championship? Or can @JonMoxley walk out of #AEWChicago as your new #AEW World Champion?
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