AEW “Revolution” 2022 (Wrestling Review)



Orlando, FL

March 6th, 2022



Singles Match
Kris Statlander vs. Leyla Hirsch

An okay opener match here between Leyla and Kris. It had its moments and the ending worked with Leyla using a weapon. Her finisher looks cool as well. Just the match as a whole never seemed to click or flow well. 

2 / 5

Singles Match
QT Marshall vs. Hook

Hook actually took some damage this match but it was still a somewhat typical Hook match. He got his submissions in and the crowd is crazy for him. 

2.5 / 5

Six Man Tag Team Match
Death Triangle (PAC & Penta Oscuro) & Erick Redbeard (w/Alex Abrahantes) vs. House Of Black (Brody King, Buddy Matthews & Malakai Black)

A fun and chaotic tag match. Loose rules as normal and just spot after spot. Redbeard was cool in the ring if not a little rough in the ring at times. Brody looked like a powerhouse here as well. This was everything you’d want a chaotic six man tag in AEW to be. 

4 / 5

Singles Match
Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Kingston

A good match that’s been built up and had some emotions running with it. The crowd was super into it and Eddie was super over. Good back and forth with a lot of close calls with a surprising ending. 

3.5 / 5

AEW World Tag Team Title Three Way Match
Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus) (c) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) (w/Brandon Cutler) vs. reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly)

While it started off a little slow, once it hit its stride this was fantastic. An all over the place spot fest between these three times. Tons of close calls, team moves, and it felt like everyone had a chance of winning. The ending, particularly Luchasaurus’ move, felt sloppy but it still worked. 

4 / 5

Face Of The Revolution Ladder Match
Christian Cage vs. Orange Cassidy vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Keith Lee vs. Ricky Starks vs. Wardlow

A ladder match with some good spots but just a lot of dumb moments and down time. The moment where Wardlow and others were at the top of the ramp for several minutes while no one else seemingly went for the belt felt dumb. It was fun in parts though, just not the best ladder match they’ve had. 

2.5 / 5

AEW TBS Title Match
Jade Cargill (w/Mark Sterling) (c) vs. Tay Conti (w/Anna Jay)

An okay match. Jade is still super green and shows it. Some moves almost didn’t even get through and ended up looking sloppy. I figured Jade would win but this was a bit shorter than I expected. 

2 / 5

Dog Collar Match
CM Punk vs. MJF

A slow burning match with a long story behind it. While being slower it never felt like a bore to watch. It could have been cut a few minutes but it had some great spots and was a bloodbath as everyone expected. The ending was expected honestly and I wonder if this’ll end Punk / MJF.  

4 / 5

AEW Women’s World Title Match
Dr. Britt Baker DMD (w/Jamie Hayter & Rebel) (c) vs. Thunder Rosa

Another solid match between these two that will only continue the story. Not the best they’ve had and it started off a tad bit slow. Crowd didn’t seem entirely behind it either till the end. Britt continues to be the big heel here and having to get help to win. 

3 / 5

Singles Match
Bryan Danielson vs. Jon Moxley

While it started slow the pacing picked up in this story driven match. It was technical with some big spots between to keep the hard hits coming. The ending was good because it made both men come off looking as equal in ring and driven to be better than one another. Plus Regal coming out is amazing. 

3.5 / 5

Tornado Six Man Tag Team Match
Darby Allin, Sammy Guevara & Sting vs. AHFO (Andrade El Idolo, Isiah Kassidy & Matt Hardy) (w/Jose The Assistant)

A chaotic and fun tornado tag. Some great spots throughout including Sting taking a diving 4 table spot. It was your typical hardcore type tornado tag match with lots of interferences and big bumps. 

3 / 5

AEW World Title Match
Adam Page (c) vs. Adam Cole

As expected a really good main event match. Tons of close falls including moments where you thought it was possible that Cole was going to win the belt. The interference wasn’t exactly needed and it did follow the run of not really having rules in a match to a degree but thats just AEW. This was a really good first PPV title defense for Page. 

4 / 5

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