AEW Revolution will air live on PPV this Saturday, February 29th from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, IL. It is only the second AEW pay-per-view since Dynamite debuted on TNT, after Full Gear.

Pre-Show: The Buy-In – Saturday, Feb. 29th, 2020 – 7:30 PM ET / 12:30 AM BST.

It will be available to stream for free, live on AEW Official YouTube Channel, B/R Live in the United States and Canada, and Fite TV internationally.

  • Pre-show Match: Dark Order vs SCU

AEW Revolution PPV – Saturday, Feb. 29th, 2020 – 8:00PM ET / 1:00AM BST.

It will be available to stream live on B/R Live in the United States and Canada, and on Fite TV internationally. Fite TV offer English, Spanish and German commentaries.

AEW Revolution Match Card:

  • Chris Jericho (c) vs. Jon Moxley – Singles Match for the AEW World Championship
  • MJF (with Wardlow) vs. Cody (with Arn Anderson)
  • Kenny Omega and Adam Page (c) vs. The Young Bucks – Tag Team Match for the AEW World Tag Team Championship
  • Jake Hager vs. Dustin Rhodes
  • Darby Allin vs. Sammy Guevara
  • Nyla Rose (c) vs. Kris Statlander – Singles Match for the AEW Women’s World Championship
  • PAC vs. Orange Cassidy

A Little Bit of A Preview…

AEW Revolution: Countdown was aired this Wednesday after Dynamite and is available to watch for free on Fite TV here.


MJF has all the tools to become the biggest heel in AEW and he’ll look to secure that spot for himself by defeating his former mentor and best friend Cody Rhodes. This is without question the most personal and nasty blood-feud the company has seen since its inception and no other match on the card carries as much emotion. Cody will look for revenge on Saturday while MJF will look to continue to do what he does best, piss everyone off.

Jake Hager’s first match in AEW is against the man who without question wants this fight more than anyone else on the roster, Dustin Rhodes. Why? Well, it wasn’t that long ago that Hager slammed Rhodes’ arm in a car door, sidelining the eldest Rhodes brother and earning Hager an enemy in the form of one of wrestling’s most experienced veterans.


Sammy Guevara and Jake Hager have a lot in common. They’re both members of Chris Jericho’s Inner Circle faction and they’re both in matches at Revolution because they pissed off the wrong guy. In Guevara’s case, he joined his brothers in the Inner Circle in a pig-pile beat down on Allin several weeks ago, finishing off the former skateboarder with a blow to the larynx with his very own skateboard. Allin has revenge on the mind and with good reason.


Nyla Rose recently captured the AEW Women’s Championship after she defeated Riho in a championship bout on Dynamite. Rose will look to cement the foundation of her reign by winning her first title defence at the first PPV event of the year. Meanwhile, Kris Statlander is one of the company’s fastest rising stars and has quickly climbed the ranks of the women’s division. Statlander will look to show everyone in Chicago and those watching at home that aliens from another galaxy can win championships.


The Elite will square off against The Elite in a match that has the potential to steal the show or crush the crowd. Adam “Hangman” Page formed an uneasy partnership with Kenny Omega to wrest the Tag Team titles away from SCU. It should have been fun. It should have been easy. But the Hangman has been struggling with his drinking and his friendships of late and that puts his and Omega’s title run in serious jeopardy. Meanwhile, the Young Bucks will look to begin their first run in AEW as Tag Team Champions and prove to everyone what they’ve been claiming for years, that they’re the best tag team on the planet.


Orange Cassidy is finally about to have his very first singles match for the company. Considering the hype Cassidy has generated its incredible to think he hasn’t competed for a one-on-one in AEW yet. Unlucky for Cassidy, the match will be against a very angry PAC after The Bastard lost his Iron Man match to Kenny Omega this week.


And the main event…


It’s time for Chris Jericho to put away the bubbly, shut down the recording studio, and face what is clearly his biggest fear — Jon Moxley. The Death Rider is coming for the AEW World Championship and Jericho has run out of excuses. It’s time to face the music. Hopefully, the Le Champion has a spike or two prepared because Mox has never been hotter and the crowd is going absolutely crazy for him every time it looks like he might just get his hands on Jericho. Despite being down an eye Mox has never looked stronger. Will AEW’s first-ever world champion continue his historic title run?


All pics and videos courtesy of AEW

By Steph Franchomme

News, Reviews, Social Media Editor, Impact Wrestling Reviewer, Interviewer Well, call me The Boss... And French...

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