AEW Revolution 2020: Matches, card, start time, rumors, date, location

AEW Revolution takes place on Saturday, Feb. 29th from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois. This will be AEW’s fourth pay-per-view and is taking part in conjunction with C2E2 (Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo) where AEW will be heavily involved.

The main show is expected to begin at 8 PM ET. Past AEW PPVs have had a Buy-In pre-show starting at 7 PM ET and we should expect one here as well.

How to watch AEW Revolution:

AEW Revolution will air on pay-per-view through all major satellite and cable companies.

The event is also available for purchase at B/R Live in the United States and you will own it forever in the app. You can play this on your through a smart TV or a Roku/Fire Stick.

Internationally, you can order through FITE TV everywhere else and you will own it forever in the app. You can play this on your through a smart TV or a Roku/Fire Stick.

AEW Revolution Tickets:

The event is currently sold out through Ticketmaster, but some tickets may become available on the day before or day of the event once production is fully set-up.

If you are looking for tickets through the secondary market, try Seatgeek.

AEW Revolution Confirmed Matches:

AEW World Championship – Jon Moxley vs. Chris Jericho: Jon Moxley earned his place in this match due to his impressive record as the #1 ranked wrestler in the company. On the January 22nd episode of AEW Dynamite, he defeated PAC to become the #1 contender to Chris Jericho. He managed to get the win with only one eye as Chris Jericho stabbed him in the eye with a spike on the January 15th episode of Dynamite.

The issue between these two men has been going on for awhile since Jon Moxley refused to join the Inner Circle. These two have the best overall records in AEW as both only have one loss on their record, both in tag team matches.

Cody vs. MJF: This match is contingent on three things: Cody taking ten lashes from MJF (check), Cody facing Wardlow in a steel cage on Dynamite, and Cody not touching MJF until this event. If Cody fails in any of these tasks, the match is off forever.

This match was set in motion when Cody faced Chris Jericho for the AEW World Championship at AEW Full Gear and MJF threw in the towel causing Cody to lose. MJF then turned on Cody by kicking him low after the match.

AEW World Tag Team Championship – Kenny Omega & Adam Page vs. The Young Bucks: There has been a lot of drama between Adam Page and the other members of The Elite over the past few months and that will all come to a head here. The Young Bucks earned this match by winning the Tag Team Battle Royale on February 19th.

Darby Allin vs. Sammy Guevara: The Inner Circle did a vicious attack on Darby Allin with his own skateboard on the January 29th episode of Dynamite. He made his challenge to Sammy known and then made his return on the February 19th episode to enact some revenge.

Jake Hager vs. Dustin Rhodes: Jake Hager broke Dustin Rhodes arm way back on the October 30th episode of Dynamite. Dustin has been fighting with the Inner Circle ever since and even lost to Sammy Guevara thanks to help from Hager at AEW Homecoming. This will be Hager’s first official match in AEW.

AEW Women’s Championship: Nyla Rose vs. Kris Statlander: It will be Kris Statlander getting the first shot at Nyla Rose and her newly won AEW Women’s Championship. Riho is the current #1 ranked women’s wrestler with Statlander at #2. Statlander has had one title match in AEW, but that match was ruined by interference from the Nightmare Collective.

AEW Revolution Rumored Matches:

Joey Janela vs. Kip Sabian: Kip Sabian got the win over Joey Janela on the February 5th episode of Dynamite, but it definitely seems like that is not the end of the issue between these two.

Britt Baker: It seems like Yuka Sakazaki might want some revenge on Britt for knocking her teeth out.

Dark Order?: This is a tough one because the Dark Order could win that Tag Team Battle Royale to get a title shot or they could face off with SCU in a non-title situation. Dark Order vs. SCU in a tag match? Daniels, Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky vs. Dark Order and the Exalted One? Anything could happen here. - An All Elite Wrestling Fan Site