Revolution is officially a tradition, as AEW on Sunday brings wrestling fans the second annual Revolution pay-per-view. Headlining the show is the AEW Championship match between champion Kenny Omega and challenger Jon Moxley. It’s being billed as an “exploding barbed wire deathmatch” — so be ready for that. Also on the card, legendary wrestler Sting wrestles his first match since 2015.
And after his shenanigans on Wednesday’s Dynamite, it looks possible that Shaquille O’Neal will be involved too. It’s a well-resourced Revolution.
AEW Revolution emanates out of Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. Unlike WWE’s pay-per-view events, it’ll take place in front of fans. Tickets for the event — socially distanced, of course — sold out in moments.
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The main show kicks off at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, with a preshow starting an hour before that. For grappling fans in the UK, Revolution’s main show begins early Monday at 1 a.m. GMT (midnight Sunday preshow). Down Under, the show begins at midday (11 a.m. preshow).
AEW Championship “exploding barbed wire deathmatch”: Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley.
Street Fight: Sting and Darby Allin vs. Brian Cage and Ricky Starks.
AEW World Tag Team Championship match: Young Bucks vs. Chris Jericho and MJF.
Adam Page vs. Matt Hardy.
Face of the Revolution Ladder match: Cody Rhodes vs. Scorpio Sky vs. Penta El Zero Miedo vs. Lance Archer vs. Max Caster vs. TBA.
AEW Women’s Championship: Hikaru Shida vs. Ryo Mizunami.
Miro and Kip Sabian vs. Orange Cassidy and Chuck Taylor.
Casino Tag Team Royale.
Preshow match: Riho and Thunder Rosa vs. Britt Baker and Rebel.
How to watch
AEW Revolution is available via PPV at $60, but it’s also available on streaming services. If you’re in the US, it’ll be $50 through B/R Live. In the UK and Australia, you’ll instead watch it through Fite TV, where it costs $20 (£14, AU$25).