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Tonight’s PPV will be main evented by Chris Jericho Vs. Jon Moxley for the AEW Championship. The bad blood has bubble and boiled between these two, and completely exploded in recent weeks. And tonight Moxley is almost certain to be AEW’s second-ever Champion.
The other two AEW title belts will be in competition as well, with Nyla Rose facing Kris Statlander, and Kenny Omega & “Hangman” Adam Page defending against their friends, The Young Bucks. The latter match will likely have some more story development as Page slowly turns heel via alcohol.
Other matches tonight include Jake Hager debuting against Dustin Rhodes, Cody Rhodes Vs. MJF, Sammy Guevara Vs. Darby Allin, and PAC Vs. Orange Cassidy. It’s a pretty solid card, although a few of the matches don’t have a whole lot of story or reasoning behind them.
And that’s the preview for AEW Revolution. We’ll have live coverage as the main card begins at 8 PM EST, and you can follow along right here.


Theo only match on the Revolution Kick-Off Show will be between Dark Order and SCU. It was originally scheduled to be Best Friends, but something changed. Tazz is on commentary for this match.


We start the match with Kazarian and Grayson, and it’s Frankie who takes control early. Kazarian tags Sky and they beat on Grayson but he then turns the tables with a dropkick to both of them. Uno and Grayson keep Kazarian isolated in their corner and make use of quick tags to beat him down.
Kazarian ducks and dodges a double team move to finally tag Scorpio Sky. Sky comes in hot with dropkicks to Uno and Grayson, as well as an atomic drop to Grayson. Sky hits Uno with a sunset flip pin attempt for a two-count, followed by a snapmare and a dropkick to the back of the head.
Now it’s Kazarian and Sky’s time to make quick tags to isolate Grayson but he takes both SCU down with a backflip kick. Uno tags back in and he kick Scorpio, then whips him into a knee from Grayson, who then belly-to-belly’s Sky into Kazarian in the buckles. Dark Order hit a combination powerbomb for a near-fall.
Dark Order look to double-team Sky but he escapes and monkey flips Kazarian into them with a double lariat. The Dark Order minions cause a distraction that allows Uno to hit Sky from behind and Grayson pins him for the win!


After the match, the minions storm the ring and beat on Sky but from out of nowhere, Colt Cabana comes running out and drops most of the minions on the ramp. Cabana gets into the ring and the crowd are popping for their hometown boy. Cabana goes toe-to-toe with Grayson but the minions return and beat him down.
Music hits and the Exalted One comes out the Dark Order stop their attack. He takes off the hood and it’s Christopher Daniels, but he throws the hood and dives over the ropes onto Uno. Daniels teams with Kazarian, Cabana, and Sky to beat Dark Order from the ring.
Jurassic Express is interviewed backstage and Luchasauras says not much excites him after 65 million years. However he is excited to get some PPV action, and he’s excited to see Cody get his hands on MJF. And they’ll be keeping a close eye on it to ensure it’s a fair fight.
Tony Schiavone and Jim Ross make their entrance. The two of them and Excalibur joke around and hype-up the PPV, and that’s it for the AEW Buy-In Show.
AEW Revolution opens and Jim Ross welcomes us to the show. We go to the ring, where Justin Roberts introduces Dezarae Shalice, who sings the American national anthem.


The bell rings and Dustin runs at Hager, who scoops him up and slams him into the buckles. They trade shots back and forth and Rhodes gets the better, but Hager comes out with a back suplex. Hager drills Dustin with a right to the gut, then more in the corner. Rhodes tosses Hager over the ropes.
On the outside, Rhodes throws Hager over the barricade into the crowd. He goes over himself and beats him around near the steps, then throws him back over the barricade to ringside. Rhodes grabs the arm of Hager and slams it into the ring post three times. Hager gets back in the ring but Rhodes immediately clotheslines him back out.
Hager grabs Dustin and hits a back suplex on the ring apron, then drops him with a stiff lariat. The fans chant “Jericho’s bitch” at Hager. Back in the ring and Hager beats Rhodes in the corner, followed by a snapmare and a wristlock. Rhodes fires back with a right hand and some boots to the gut but Hager drops him with a back elbow.
Rhodes fires a jab but Hager puts him against the ropes and delivers a running knee to the liver to send him from the ring. Rhodes gets back in the ring and drops Hager with a lariat on the apron. Hager pulls Dustin from the ring and beats him down, then goes to talk with his wife, who he kissed prior to the match starting. Rhodes attacks Hager from behind, then kisses his wife!
Hager and Rhodes get back in the ring and the Natural hits a drop-down uppercut and a snap powerslam for a near-fall. Hager hits a stun gun, followed by a running chop block to put Dustin down. Hager looks for a Vader Bomb but Rhodes gets the boots up, then a roll-up for a two-count. Hager hits a high-crotch scoop slam, followed by the Vader Bomb for a near-fall.
Hager hits a running lariat in the corner, then two more and he licks Rhodes’ ear. Hager hits a gutwrench powerbomb for a very near-fall. Hager puts Rhodes in the corner again and runs at him but Dustin throws him up and over the ropes where he hits the steel steps. Rhodes gets him back in the ring and hits a nut shot, followed by a sunset bomb for a near-fall.
Rhodes grabs the arm of Hager and tries to apply an armbar, in a revenge attempt, but Hager counters into an ankle lock. Dustin fights it and rolls forward to escape. Hager almost runs into the referee, but turns and kicks Dustin in the crotch. Hager grabs Rhodes in a head-and-arm choke – which he uses in MMA – and Dustin is out on his feet.


We see replays after the match, then Aubrey Edwards helps Dustin come to.
Sammy Guevara is out next for his match. His opponent, Darby Allin comes down to the ring on his skateboard. Allin dives through the ropes onto Sammy as soon as he gets into the ring! The match hasn’t begun Allin then takes his jacket off before whipping Sammy into the barricade, then another part of the barricade.
Guevara picks up Allin’s skateboard, throwing it into the face of Allin, knocking him back to the mat. Guevara drags a table out from beneath the ring, then a second table. Guevara puts Darby on the table and climbs to the top rope. Sammy hits Allin with a 630 Senton through the table!
Guevara climbs back into the ring and tries to get the referee to end the match. The crowd begins a “Darby” chant and Allin slowly gets up and into the ring.


The match finally gets underway as the referee asks Darby if he can go. Guevara runs across the ring and hits a running knee for a near-fall. He is cocky and tries to beat on Allin but Darby gets him in a gory special and bites his fingers!
Allin transitions from the gory special into a Fujiwara armbar, holding both arms. Sammy gets a foot on the rope to escape the hold. Guevara gets on the apron and drops Allin, then climbs to the top rope and hits a double foot stomp from the top rope on the apron! Sammy gets Darby back in the ring for a near-fall.
Sammy leaves the ring and grabs the skateboard and tries to hit Allin with it but gets hit with a Canadian Destroyer for a near-fall. Darby goes to the top rope but Sammy climbs up with him and they fight back and forth until Guevara hits a Spanish Fly for another near-fall. Guevara gets frustrated and removes the top turnbuckle and then tries to throw Allin into it but Allin blocks it. Darby monkey flips Guevara into it! Allin hits a Sliced Bread followed by the Coffin Drop for the pin!



We get ring introductions and the Bucks are booed. The match gets underway and Page argues with Omega over who should start, while the fans chant for Page. Omega starts the match against Nick Jackson and they have a feeling-out process with some holds, ducks, and dodges.
Nick catches Kenny with a springboard arm drag, then a regular arm drag and then they fist bump. Matt and Page tag in and the fans pop for Hangman. They lock-up and Matt takes the wrist but Hangman flips out and into his own version. Matt counters into Last Chancery and Hangman escapes but looks mad. Matt extends a hand for a shake and the fans boo. Instead, Hangman spits in his face!
Matt Jackson takes Hangman down and unleashes some ground and pound until Kenny pulls him off, but Matt shoves him. Nick has to come in and pull Matt off. Matt goes to the apron and demands a tag. He comes in but Page hits him with a big slap in the face, so Matt responds with a spinning heel kick and tags Nick. The Bucks then hit a double-team dropkick and then dropkick Kenny from the apron.
The Bucks continue to hit double-team moves on Page, while keeping Omega on the floor. Page turns the tables on Matt and rakes his back, then drives his knee into it a few times – Matt has had back issues since the start of AEW. Page tags in with a stiff slap to Omega. Kenny hits Matt and takes a headlock before tagging Page again, who hits a stomp to Matt and knocks Nick from the apron.
Page throws Matt from the ring and whips him into the barricade. He then drops the ring bell on the ground and is about to powerbomb Matt through the table but Kenny stops him and puts Matt back in the ring. The two of them chop Matt repeatedly, but Jackson turns the tables and hits a double northern lights suplex and makes the tag to Nick.
Nick takes out both Kenny and Adam with a series of dropkicks, knees, and arm drags. He knocks Kenny from the ring and hits a running kick along the apron, then leaps over the ropes with a facebuster to Page, and flips over the ropes onto Omega. Nick gets back in the ring and gets a Scorpion Death Lock on Page, but Omega comes back in with a Kintaro Crusher to break it.
Omega tags in and throws Nick from the ring and looks to dive onto him but Matt gets in and prevents it. Kenny knocks him to the apron with a hurricanrana, then looks to hit a tope but Matt kicks him as he neared the ropes. Nick is back in with Kenny and takes a front facelock. Nick releases to knock Page from the apron and tags Matt.
Omega sidesteps Nick, sending him from the ring and drops Matt with a boot. Omega looks to make the tag but Matt stops him, then gets in the face of Page and antagonises him. Omega dodges Matt and dives for the tag but Nick pulled Page from the apron. Matt lifts Omega for a piledriver and a near-fall.
Omega throws Matt into his corner and Page drills him with a boot, then Kenny hits a sit-out spinebuster and tags Page. Hangman comes in with right hands to both Matt and Nick, followed by a springboard lariat to Nick on the apron. Fallaway slam, kip-up, dive over the ropes onto Nick, then a lariat to send Matt out of the ring as well from Page.
Nick shrugs Hangman to the apron and elbows him, then he and Matt try to slingshot him into the ring but he slingshots them out. Hangman then climbs the ropes and hits a moonsault onto the Bucks at ringside. Back in the ring and Page hits Nick with a big lariat, then throws him to the corner and tells Matt to get in the ring.
Matt tags himself in and Nick rolls from the ring. The fans cheer for Page as he and Matt argue. The two of them trade shots in the ring but Page drops Matt with a boot, then hits a running clothesline. Kenny tags himself in and they double-team Matt and hit him with a toss into a German suplex and he lands on his head. Omega hits a Doctor Bomb for a near-fall, then tags Page.
Matt punches Page to the corner, then tags Nick, who drills Hangman with knees in the corner. Then catches a rushing Kenny with a superkick. Nick attempts a springboard arm drag but Page shoves him off but he backflips onto the ramp. Nick hits Page with a Canadian Destroyer from the ramp into the ring – the third Destroyer of the night so far. The Bucks team to superkick Hangman as he climbed the ropes, then hit a powerbomb/sliced bread combo – right from the Motor City Machine Guns.
The Bucks look for superkicks to Page but he swings Matt’s boot into Nick and he rolls from the ring. Hangman does a little dance and jumps onto Matt with a chickenwing. Matt rolls backwards and Nick hits a 450 splash for a near-fall! Matt looks for More Bang For Your Buck but Page shoves him off, and Kenny comes in for some tandem offence, including an avalanche gutbuster suplex!
Page with a powerbomb, and Omega with a V-Trigger to Nick Jackson for a near-fall. Kenny gets the tag and he hits a V-Trigger to Nick, then one to Matt, followed by two snap dragon suplexes to Jackson, followed by Tiger Driver ’98 for a near-fall. Omega hits Nick with a V-Trigger against the buckles, then lifts him up in an electric chair and climbs the ropes, but Nick counters with a Poisonrana.
Page comes in with a lariat to Nick, and looks to hit Matt, but he grabs hold and hit locomotion northern lights suplexes from the ring to the ramp! The Bucks hit an IndieTaker to Hangman on the ramp and the fans boo. Now the Bucks are alone with Omega and they’re very confident. They hit superkicks to Kenny each, then a stereo one, before grabbing an arm each and drilling him with stereo knees. But Omega kicks out at 1!!!
The fans go nuts and Omega gets to his feet but Nick hits another knee for a two-count this time. Matt tags in and he stomps the shoulder of Kenny – the same one PAC targeted in the Iron Man match this past week. Matt takes the medical strap from Kenny’s shoulder, before lifting for the Meltzer Driver but Page grabs Nick from the apron and powerbombs him through the table that Sammy Guevara set-up. Page and Kenny hit the Buckshot/V-Trigger combo but Matt kicks out!
Omega hits a V-Trigger against the ropes, then grabs Matt for the One-Winged Angel but Matt escapes and hits a superkick. Page tags himself in and he lifts Matt up for a One-Winged Angel but Nick breaks it up! Hangman is furious and tosses Nick from the ring to the ramp, where he hits a Buckshot Lariat. Page then hits one to Matt and scores the pinfall!


Everyoe slowly gets to their feet in the ring and The Bucks talk to Kenny but Page isn’t interested. The Bucks invite him into the centre of the ring but he turns his back on them and leans on the ropes. Page nods at them before leaving, but then sets his belt down on the ramp, and looks like he’s going to hit Omega with a Buckshot Lariat but Omega turns around and stares at him. Page then sits on the middle rope to help Kenny out and hugs him. Page takes a beer from a fan as they head to the back.


The second title match of the night gets underway and they lock-up with Rose shoving Statlander back. They lock-up again and this time both women struggle along the ropes, looking for an advantage. Nyla takes a side headlock, then shoots her off and Statlander looks for a shoulder but Nyla doesn’t budge.
Rose does the same and Kris doesn’t fall, so Rose does it again and she falls. Statlander attempts to kip-up but fails. Statlander his a flipping senton, followed by a moonsault for a two-count. Rose lifts Statlander and runs her into the buckles. She looks for a running splash but Statlander avoids it. Kris is thrown to the apron where Rose drills her with a forearm.
Rose leaves the ring and whips Statlander from the apron to the ring but she dives through the ropes. Statlander looks to hit a suicide dive to Nyla on the ramp but the Champion sidesteps it. Rose then hits a diving spear through the ropes for a two-count. Rose slows things down and suplexes Statlander into the turnbuckles before kicking her from the ring.
Kris gets back in the ring and trades shots with the beast and connects with a weak superkick and both women are down. Statlander hits a few shots and a step-up enziguiri that knocks the Champion from the ring. Statlander hits the ropes, followed by a suicide dive. Statlander gets back in the ring and hits another suicide dive and tosses Nyla into the ring.
Statlander goes up top and hits a dropkick for a near-fall. Nyla turns the tables back in her favour with a lariat, followed by a chop the chest and a lariat to the back. Nyla suplexes Statlander onto the top rope and goes to the top rope but Statlander literally walks off on her hands before lying down and blowing a kiss at Rose. The Champion gets mad and runs at Statlander but misses a kick and Statlander drops her for a two-count. Rose dodges the Big Bang Theory and applies an STF.
Rose releases the STF for no reason and looks for a splash but Statlander avoids it. Rose catches Kris with a Beast Bomb for a near-fall. Nyla goes up top but Statlander punches her, climbs up, and hits a super sloppy superplex. Statlander puts Rose on the top rope and looks for a hurricanrana but Rose holds on. Nyla then tries to lift her up for a Beast Bomb but can’t get her up, so ends up jumping anyway and hitting terrible powerbomb for the win.


The women’s division is by far the worst thing about AEW and this match did nothing to change that. That was a sloppy, dangerous, cringe-worthy match.
AEW now has a podcast, hosted by Tony Schiavone and Aubrey Edwards, an it’s called AEW Unrestricted.
MJF comes out with Wardlow. Cody is out second and he has an American flag tattooed on his neck now. Cody’s music is played live by the band Downstait. His entire Nightmare family comes with him to the ring, Arn, Brandi, Dustin, and more, but only Arn and Brandi stick around.


The bell rings and Cody rushes MJF but he jumps from the ring and stands smiling with Wardlow. MJF gets back in the ring and the two of them counter each other half a dozen times before MJF leaves the ring again. He jumps into the crowd and gives people the fingers, then slaps the hat off a fan. MJF argues with another fan before throwing a drink in their face.
MJF gets back in the ring and Cody throws hands and hits a Cody Cutter but MJF kicks out at 1. MJF rolls from the ring to the ramp, so Cody runs up the ramp and to the back, then sprints back down and clotheslines MJF back into the ring for a two-count. Cody hits MJF with a sunset flip for a two-count, then catches a kick from MJF and flips him but he lands on his feet and pokes the eye.
Cody lifts MJF for an Alabama slam but spins around in circles before doing it. Cody goes for a cover but lifts MJF off the mat and punches him repeatedly. Cody kicks him, so Wardlow pulls MJF from the ring. Brandi walks around and throws a drink in the face of Wardlow, who stalks after her, so Cody hits him with a suicide dive and stomps a mudhole in him.
The announcers say Cody has a broken toe from the steel cage match two weeks ago. Wardlow slams Cody into the ring post before putting him back in the ring and MJF throws him into the ring post shoulder-first. MJF slows things down and attacks the arm of Cody. He hits a gutwrench bomb for a two-count. MJF hits Cody with a snapmare, then does the Ric Flair strut. MJF holds Cody down with a wristlock. He kicks the arms and applies a unique submission that locks all of Cody’s limbs, so Cody shimmies to the ropes and bites it.
MJF takes Cody’s boot off and bites his broken toe. MJF puts Cody on the top rope and climbs up with him, but Cody slides down and drops him on the buckles. Cody then puts MJF back up top and hits a reverse DDT and both men are down. Cody runs to the ropes but Wardlow gets on the apron to stop him. Arn Anderson grabs a chair and threatens Wardlow. Cody gets out of the ring and grabs MJF, who has been busted open.
Cody puts MJF back in the ring and hits ten punches in the corner, followed by a snap powerslam. Cody looks for a draping DDT but MJF jumps out and stomps his toe, then hits a heatseeker on Cody. He puts his feet on the ropes so the referee doesn’t count it. Wardlow gets involved again, then Brandi dives onto him with a crossbody but he catches her. Cody tries to get him to put her down and he does, then Cody swings a kick but inadvertently hits Arn Anderson!
Cody gets back in the ring with everyone distracted and MJF low blows him for a near-fall. MJF looks for a suplex but Cody counters into his own that sends both men over the ropes to the floor! Both men get back in the ring at the count of 9, and come toe-to-toe to trade shots. Cody hits the Dusty Rhodes jabs but MJF falls over before the Bionic Elbow. Cody looks for the Cross Rhodes but MJF counters with Double Cross for a near-fall.
MJF takes Cody’s weightlifting belt off and intends to use it but the referee takes it from him. Cody then kicks MJF in the gonads and hits a Vertebreaker for a near-fall. Cody grabs the weightlifting belt and whips MJF with it. The referee tries to take it from him but Cody asks for one more, so the referee agrees for some reason. After the second shot Cody throws the belt into the crowd and MJF cowers in the corner like a child.
MJF crawls over to Cody and grabs his ankle. He cries and crawls up Cody and hugs him. He then spits in Cody’s face and swings a punch but Cody hits Cross Rhodes, lifts him and hits it again. Cody is fired-up and he lifts MJF to hit a third but MJF hits him with the Dynamite Diamond ring and wins!


After the match Arn and Brandi come into the ring and try to console Cody. The fans chant as he leaves the ring.


PAC gets in Cassidy’s face and prevents him from putting his hands in his pockets. Cassidy ducks a lariat, then catches PAC in a waistlock and flips him! Orange delivers some devastating shin kicks, then PAC does the same thing back. PAC eventually shoves him down hard.
PAC tosses Cassidy into the ropes but misses a clothesline and Orange flips over him and hits a dropkick! Cassidy hits the ropes, PAC leapfrogs, and Cassidy catch him with an arm drag and a roll-up for a two-count. PAC gets mad and rolls to the floor. Orange looks for a suicide dive but PAC rolls back in the ring and hits him with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. PAC stomps Cassidy, then tosses him to the floor.
PAC sends Orange into the barricade and Trent and Taylor check on him. PAC grabs Cassidy and sends him into the ring post, then back into the ring. PAC hits a Scoop Slam and then climbs to the top for a missile dropkick. PAC hits a series of kicks, followed by a beautiful Liger Bomb but Cassidy kicks out! PAC lifts Orange up to the top rope and hits an avalanche brainbuster but stops the pinfall himself.
PAC goes to the top again for the Black Arrow but Cassidy rolls out of the ring. PAC rolls OC back in the ring and then goes back to the top, but Cassidy rolls out again. PAC rolls Orange in again but this time Cassidy just rolls to the other side. PAC intercepts him and Cassidy starts laughing, then rolls the other way and PAC looks to intercept again, but Cassidy kips-up and hits a suicide dive. Cassidy gets PAC back in the ring for a crossbody from the top rope, followed by a tornado DDT and a near-fall that had the crowd going mad.
PAC gets back to his feet and hits a big lariat. PAC delivers a forearm, but Cassidy ducks a lariat attempt and hits a Superman punch that puts you-know-who to shame! Cassidy hits Slumdog Millionaire, then goes to the top but PAC sweeps the legs out and crotches him. PAC gets Cassidy on his shoulder on the top but Cassidy counters into a super tornado DDT! Cassidy climbs back up and dives off with a spike DDT but this time it’s PAC who rolls from the ring.
Trent grabs PAC on the ramp and tosses him back in where Orange hits the Air Raid Crash but PAC kicks out! Suddenly, The Lucha Brothers run out and hit Trent with superkicks on the ramp! Taylor slides into the ring and dives over the ropes with a somersault plancha onto Pentagon and Fenix. They all fight to the back, but in the ring PAC slams Cassidy down and locks in the Brutalizer until he passes out.


It’s the final match of the night! Jon Moxley enters from outside the building and through the crowd. Chris Jericho comes out for the main event, his music sung by a choir.


The main event gets underway and both men run at each other and trade hands. Moxley tosses Jericho from the ring and they fight around ringside and over the barricade into the crowd. Jericho starts using random things in the crowd to attack Jericho, and the announcers think he’s trying to get disqualified. They fight up the steps in the arena and Moxley elbows the head of Jericho, but Y2J knocks him down the steps.
Jericho takes the camera from a cameraman and films himself giving Moxley the finger, then puts a fan’s sign over his neck and throws Moxley back to ringside. Jericho slams Moxley with the barricade, but Jon comes back with a double axe handle from the ramp. Moxley beats Jericho around ringside, and bites the stitches in Jericho’s forehead!
Jericho sends Moxley head-first into the ring post and he gets busted open. Jericho drags Moxley over to the timekeeper’s table and he powerbombs him through it! Moxley is lying in a heap on the floor with blood pouring from his head and Y2J is posing in the ring. Jon gets back in the ring and Jericho punches his head, followed by a double axe handle to the back.
Jericho goes to the outside and rings the bell, declaring himself the winner. He gets back into the ring and slingshots Moxley into the bottom rope before giving the fans the fingers. Moxley gets fired-up and sends Jericho into the buckles but Le Champion comes back with a hard Irish whip into the corner. Jericho tosses Moxley from the ring and distracts the referee so that Santana and Ortiz can stomp Jon.
Jericho leaves the ring and slams Moxley into the steel steps. Moxley gets back in an Jericho drapes him on the top rope before hitting a dropkick. Jericho puts Jon on the top rope and chops his chest before climbing up but Moxley drops him down. Both men trade shots in the centre of the ring and Moxley delivers several lariats, followed by a mudhole stomping. Moxley looks for a dropkick from the middle rope but Jericho catches his legs for the Liontamer. Moxley transitions into a heel hook and Jericho crawls to the ropes and rolls outside.
Moxley hits Jericho with a suicide dive to the back, then puts him back inside. Jericho tries to hit a springboard kick to knock Moxley from the apron but Jon counters by hanging him on the ropes. Jon looks for a Paradigm Shift but Santana and Ortiz get on the apron and Moxley knocks One off but the other uses the soap-sock to crack him, and Jericho follows-up with a Lionsault for a near-fall.
Jericho whips Moxley to the corner and hits a lariat, then looks for a Codebreaker but Moxley counters. They exchange reversals until Moxley gets the Liontamer on Jericho! Le Champion considers tapping but Jake Hager comes running down the ramp, so Moxley releases the hold and punches him back. Jericho then hits the Codebreaker for a near-fall. Jericho grabs Moxley and applies a Liontamer and walks him into the middle of the ring.
Moxley crawls to the ropes. Jericho gets in the face of Aubrey Edwards and even shoves her but it was just to get disqualified. Moxley drops Jericho but then Jake Hager punches him through the ropes. Aubrey saw it and she ejects all of The Inner Circle from ringside! While Edwards is sending them from the ring, Sammy Guevara runs in from behind and hits Moxley with the AEW Championship and high-tails it through the crowd. Aubrey Edwards comes back and Jericho crawls over and pins…but Jon kicks out!
Moxley is bleeding again as the two of them trade shots. Moxley builds a head of steam but Jericho gouges his good eye! Jericho kicks Moxley down, then taunts him because he can’t see. Jon swings wild punches but Jericho drills him with a punch. Jericho climbs to the middle rope and pulls his knee pad down to hit a knee drop to the face. Jericho lines-up the Judas Effect but Moxley ducks it and hits a Paradigm Shift but he can’t see to make the pinfall. Moxley removes the eye patch and reveals that he can see just fine! Moxley points at Jericho and hits an elevated Paradigm Shift for the win.


Jon Moxley celebrates his huge title win after the match and the announcers say we have entered a new era, and we’re all invited along for the ride.
Jon grabs the microphone afterwards. He says he loves this $hit. He says it’s been one hell of a long road this past year. But this isn’t his title, just like the fans own AEW. The fans are the fuel that run the company. About a year ago they said they were bringing pro wrestling back to the fans and that’s what they’ve done. And this title belongs to the fans in Chicago, and the fans who have been with him since the beginning. He says there isn’t much left to say but it feels like beer o’clock. They start to play his music and he says “what the fu&k?” Moxley says he doesn’t plan to hide behind the belt but right now it’s time to drink some whiskey and he leaves through the crowd.
Purveyor of Violence, Champion of the World.

Well done, @JonMoxley. #AEWRevolution


— TDE Wrestling (@tde_wrestling) March 1, 2020

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