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AEW adds three matches for Revolution


With only a few weeks left to go revolution PPV in San Francisco, AEW only booked one match for the card. They worked to address this in the February 15th edition of The dynamite.

One week after The Gunns shockingly won the title over The Acclaimed, new champions came out during the show’s inaugural eight-man show featuring the former champions. They didn’t distract Anthony Bowens, Max Custer, and their teammates from picking up the win, but he did place an announcement that Austin and Colten would defend in a multi-team match on March 5.

Al-Mashhad gets one spot by virtue of being dethroned from the belts last week. Other matches will be decided by matches taking place over the next two weeks: A Revolution Tag Team Battle Royale next Wednesday featuring Ari Daivari vs Tony Nese vs Alex Reynolds vs John Silver vs Butcher & The Blade vs Matt Minard vs Angelo Parker vs Jeff Jarrett vs Jay Lethal vs Best Friends & Lucha Bros. and Casino Tag Royale on March 1 dynamite.

In his interview with Jim Ross, Wardlaw explained that Samoa Joe didn’t just cut his hair after his TNT title match last month. He did so knowing that the Wardlaw locks were a tribute to his late father. With their personal animosity more than ever, they would rematch revolution.

And last but not least, Jon Moxley and Hangman Page agreed that their rivalry could not end with the roll-up that Moxley used to win a three-way match. So they’ll have a Texas Death Match at the PPV. The setup for this also involved the Dark Order coming out against Page’s wishes to side with him against the Blackpool Combat Club, and that would give us a Moxley vs. Evil Uno on February 22. dynamite.

This gives us this lineup for revolution:

• MJF (c) vs. Bryan Danielson in a 60-Minute Iron Man match for the AEW World Championship

• The Gunns (c) vs. The Acclaimed vs. TBA vs. TBA for the AEW Tag Team Titles

• Samoa Joe (C) vs. Wardlaw for the TNT Championship

• Hangman Page vs. Jon Moxley in the Texas Death Match

Sound like a good start?

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