All Elite Wrestling returns to pay-per-view in less than 4 weeks time, but if a new slew of announcements are any indication, the road to AEW Revolution is going to be an absolutely wild ride.
It all starts next Wednesday night in Austin, TX on 2/12 where fans will see not one, but two big championship matches. The dominant Nyla Rose returns to Dynamite to face Riho in a battle for the AEW Women’s World title.
Scorpio Sky and Kazarian will also look to continue their momentum and regain the AEW World Tag Team titles following a win over the Best Friends, as they take on the clearly troubled tandem of Hangman Page and Kenny Omega. That show will also see Jon Moxley vs. Santana in what is being billed as “An Eye For An Eye”.
The road continues on 2/19 in Atlanta, GA. The main event has been a long time coming, as Cody Rhodes will face the last of Maxwell Jacob Friedman’s three challenges.
Just two weeks after taking ten, painful lashes from a leather strap, the “American Nightmare” will step into the first steel cage match in AEW history against the stone-cold juggernaut known as Wardlow. Cody will be in undisputed Rhodes Territory, but he’ll have to survive the cage and the beast if he wants his singles match with MJF at Revolution.
A tag team battle royal has also been announced for Atlanta, which may feature names from the division including the Lucha Bros., Jurassic Express, the Young Bucks and more. The winners will earn an opportunity to challenge for the AEW World Tag Team titles at Revolution.
The final stop before the big pay-per-view runs through Kansas City on 2/26, home of the Super Bowl Champions. There is currently only one match announced for that show, but it’s a BIG one. Kenny Omega and PAC have been at war since the very start of All Elite Wrestling, and they’ll look to finally settle the score in a 30-Man Ironman Match.
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