With a new year now firmly established, AEW fans’ thoughts will turn to the company’s first pay-per-view of the year, Revolution.
The 2022 edition of Revolution was headlined by Hangman Adam Page successfully defending his AEW World Championship against Adam Cole – but what a difference a year makes.
Cole and Page had an injury-hit 2022 with Adam Page falling victim to a head injury in a bout against Jon Moxley while Cole missed months of action through concussion-related issues, making his return to television on the 11th of January 2023 edition of Dynamite.
The 2022 Revolution show will probably be best remembered for the Dog Collar match that took place with CM Punk picking up a win over MJF in a bloody battle. Those two men went on to have very different years with MJF overcoming difficulties with the company to win the AEW World Title while Punk’s difficulties saw him stripped of that title with his future in the company still very uncertain.
When Is AEW Revolution?
The first All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view of 2023 will take place on Sunday, the 5th of March and will take place in the Chase Center in San Francisco, California.
How Can I Watch AEW Revolution?
Revolution will air on Bleacher Report via their website or B/R Live in the United States for $49.99. Fans in the US will also be able to order the event via their cable or satellite providers on traditional pay-per-view.
Internationally, fans can tune into the action on FITE TV.
What Is The Match Card?
- MJF (c) vs. Bryan Danielson – AEW World Championship – One Hour Iron Man Match (if Bryan Danielson can become the number one contender)