AEW Revolution Review
“The only thing they remember is the finish – Vincent Kennedy McMahon.”
AEW Revolution has come and gone and thankfully AEW’s first pay-per-view of 2021 was full of highlights and great matches including the Tag Team Championship match, the Women’s Championship match, and the tag team Battle Royale. The event also featured the AEW debut of Christian Cage and Ethan Page who joined Cody Rhodes, Penta El Zero Miedo, Max Caster, Lance Archer, and eventual winner Scorpio Sky in an action-packed six-man ladder bout! Oh, and let’s not forget the gorgeous cinematic street fight featuring Team Taz, Darby Allin, and Sting.
Yet despite these many highlights, the show is likely to be remembered for its lackluster post-main event angle, which was meant to put Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston in danger via an exploding ring— but instead went off like lousy pyro.
In this episode of Talk AEW, we discuss the good, the bad, and everything the went wrong during AEW Revolution. Joining us this week is guest, Chris Wright.