Sunday was AEW’s second Revolution pay-per-view. Since the company only puts on four a year — as opposed to WWE’s 12-plus — the card was stacked. It delivered in some ways but was a letdown in others. The show is likely to be remembered for its lacklustre post-main event angle, which was meant to barrage Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston in deadly explosions but instead went off like lousy pyro.
In the match before that, Kenny Omega defeated Jon Moxley to retain his AEW Championship. Sting returned to action, kind of, and won a tag match with Darby Allin over Brian Cage and Ricky Starks. The opening tag match, in which the Young Bucks defeated Chris Jericho and MJF, and the six-man ladder match, won by Scorpio Sky, were the two best matches of the night.