AEW Revolution 2024 (Wrestling Review)



Greensboro, North Carolina

March 3rd, 2024


12 Man Tag Team Match
Jay Lethal, Jeff Jarrett, Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen), Satnam Singh & Willie Mack (w/Karen Jarrett & Sonjay Dutt) vs. Bang Bang Scissor Gang (Anthony Bowens, Austin Gunn, Billy Gunn, Colten Gunn, Jay White & Max Caster)

This was a multi man match where even though everyone got their spots in it just felt uneventful and lackluster. 

2.5 / 5

Tag Team Match
Kris Statlander & Willow Nightingale vs. Julia Hart & Skye Blue

This was fine but felt like a glorified TV match. Hart losing while being Champ was odd though. 

2.5 / 5

AEW TNT Title Match
Christian Cage (w/Killswitch, Nick Wayne & Shayna Wayne) (c) vs. Daniel Garcia

This was okay but went a little long. The interference got old quickly and Garcia losing was expected but Christian as always shines. 

2.75 / 5

AEW Continental Title / NJPW STRONG Openweight Title / ROH World Title Match
Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Bryan Danielson

A really good match that showed both guys strengths. Kingston got his come back from behind win here and feel good story between two guys who are loving the fight. 

3.5 / 5

AEW World Title #1 Contendership All-Star 8-Man Scramble Match
Chris Jericho vs. Lance Archer (w/Jake Roberts) vs. Brian Cage (w/Prince Nana) vs. Magnus vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Wardlow vs. Dante Martin vs. Hook

Wardlow winning works given his promos but this was sort of a mess. Felt like too much happening but nothing of importance happening really. 

2.5 / 5

AEW International Title Match
Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Roderick Strong

Cassidy being beaten down over the long period of being champ was a fine story but his time has come for a break and the title to go elsewhere. Strong, while boring as dust, can have great matches with most so I don’t see his title run being super long but its fine. 

3 / 5

Tag Team Match
FTR (Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood) vs. Blackpool Combat Club (Claudio Castagnoli & Jon Moxley)

As expected a complete action packed tag match. More violent and bloody than expected and BCC going over wasn’t shocking but these 4 proved why they are some of the best tag guys out there. 

4.5 / 5

AEW Women’s World Title Match
Toni Storm (w/Luther & Mariah May) (c) vs. Deonna Purrazzo

This was fine. The distraction finish was expected as I didn’t see Storm losing (I predict that’ll happen when May turns on her) and Deonna can go do something else now. 

3 / 5

Singles Match
Konosuke Takeshita vs. Will Ospreay

An amazing debut for Ospreay as a full time signee and a clear showcase for Takeshita. All spots and hard hits here with insane moves and this was a masterclass session of it. 

4.75 / 5

AEW World Title Three Way Match
Samoa Joe (c) vs. Adam Page vs. Swerve Strickland (w/Prince Nana)

A really good 3 way dance for the belt. Joe retaining makes sense as the Hangman / Swerve story isn’t done yet and this shows just how unhinged Hangman has become. Swerve will end up with the belt eventually anyway. 

4 / 5

AEW World Tag Team Title Tornado Match
Darby Allin & Sting (w/Garrett Borden & Steven Borden Jr.) (c) vs. The Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson)

A perfect send off for the greatest wrestler of all time (my personal favorite). From the video to start the match, his kids being in it, Flair and Steamboat, and all the insane spots, I just loved it. Sure it was less a normal match and more of a brawl deathmatch spot fest but it worked great. Darby going through the glass was insane and Sting using a pane of glass was even more insane to see. A great match and them retaining to forfeit the belts is a great end to his career. 

5 / 5 

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