AEW Revolution 2024

AEW Revolution Results
March 3, 2024
Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC
Results by: Alex Kahrs of

AEW Revolution Zero Hour Quick Results:

  • 12-Man Tag Match: Bang Bang Scissor Gang def. Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, Willie Mack, & Private Party
  • Kris Statlander & Willow Nightingale def. Skye Blue & Julia Hart

Tonight marks the end of an era, as we say goodbye to an Icon after his final match in professional wrestling. This is AEW Revolution, friends, but more importantly…it’s showtime.

Opening pyro welcomes us to the show before Daniel Garcia makes his way out for our opening contest! Garcia heads to the ring before Christian Cage makes his way out next, and this match is underway!

TNT Championship Match: Christian Cage defends against Daniel Garcia
The two men circle around the canvas before locking up, neither man having an advantage until Cage takes Garcia to the ropes, which forces a break. The champ catches Garcia off guard with a waistlock takedown, but counters into a shoulder tackle that forces Cage to roll out of the ring for a breather. He regroups with the Patriarchy, yelling at the cameraman to stay out of their business before Cage gets back in the ring.

The two lock up again, with Garcia sending Cage into the ropes before Cage seemingly trips on the rebound. The ref checks on the champ as Garcia approaches, only to get knocked down by Cage who then hangs him up on the top rope! Cage taking another breather before getting back in the ring, taking control until Garcia starts fighting back.

Cage manages to get back at the challenger, driving him against the ropes until the ref forces a break. This only seems to gear Cage up more as he goes after the eyes of Garcia, who fights back to his feet before sending the champ into the corner for a flurry of punches! Garcia goes to mount up for some more punches before Cage slides out, sending Garcia to the outside before leaping from the turnbuckle to get the drop on him!

The ref begins the count as both men slowly get to their feet, with Cage sending Garcia back in the ring…and then against the ropes, taunting the challenger to “make his father proud” before being forced away. This riles Garcia up as he starts fighting back, hitting a dragon screw on the champion before locking in the ankle lock!

Cage is quick to fight back however, sending Garcia out of the ring…and doing it again when the challenger comes back in! Daniel gets on the apron but is soon knocked back off, with the champ telling the ref to start the count, and continues to fend Garcia off upon any attempts for the challenger to return. Cage distracts the ref while Wayne wails on the challenger to keep him from getting back in…but he manages to get to the apron at nine!

Champ and challenger go at each other on the apron with strikes now, sending each other into the ropes until Garcia fights back with a forearm strike! Garcia mounts up for some punches on the champ now, the crowd cheering him on all the while…before Garcia drops Cage from the turnbuckle with a dragon screw! Rollup by Garcia, but the champ kicks out!

Garcia gets another close nearfall, but Cage takes control once again! But the pain in Cage’s knee is becoming more evident, giving Daniel an opening to fend the champ off on the outside…and confronting the Patriarchy in the process!

Cage is brought back into the ring as he tries to beg off Garcia before looking for a sneak attack…but it gets blocked, only for Cage to catch him with the Killswitch for the cover! BUT GARCIA KICKS OUT!

Cage goes up top for a headbutt, but Garcia evades and locks in an ankle lock! Cage tries to sneak attack the challenger again, but gets caught with a back suplex for another nearfall! Cage grabs the attention of the ref as Killswitch drops Garcia with a chokeslam…and the champ hits a frog splash for the cover! BUT GARCIA KICKS OUT AGAIN!

Killswitch is furious at this, but is fought off by Daddy Magic before Mother Wayne stares him down. Wayne tries to slap him but Menard blocks it, before fighting off Killswitch up the ramp as Garcia catches Cage struggling to go for a spear! Piledriver on the champion…BUT CAGE KICKS OUT!

Garcia manages to catch the champ in a jackknife cover, but Cage grabs the bottom rope to stop the count! With the ref focused on Cage, Nick Wayne knocks Garcia down from the outside allowing the champ to hit the Killswitch on Garcia for the pin and the win to retain!

Winner via pinfall and still TNT Champion: Christian Cage

Lexy Nair is backstage with Bryan Danielson, talking about what the challenger said to her moments ago on what this match means to him…but Bryan has nothing further to add before making his way to the ring for our next contest! Renee is backstage with the champ Eddie Kingston with similar comments, but Kingston is focused on heading to the ring as well before this match gets underway!

AEW Continental Crown Championship Match: Eddie Kingston defends against Bryan Danielson
Dueling chants for both men as they lock up, leading to a set of strikes from the challenger first…but Kingston sends him to the corner in retaliation! Danielson fights back for a moment before Eddie gets him to the corner for some machine gun chops, followed by a headbutt and a Saito suplex in the middle of the ring! Bryan leaves the ring to avoid a Hurriken, only for the champ goes after him with a dive through the ropes!

The action ends up on the apron, where Kingston lays into the challenger with some chops until he gets sent into the ring post by Danielson…who then drops the champ to the floor with a vertical suplex! Kingston slowly makes it back to his feet, bringing Bryan back into the ring…only for the challenger to go after the fingers of Kingston! Eddie gets a boot on the ropes to force a break, but not before Danielson stomps his hand.

Bryan goes up top while Eddie gets to his feet, where he gets caught with a missile dropkick by the challenger…who immediately goes back after the hand! Having had enough of this, Bryan goes back up top…but gets caught with an exploder suplex by the champion! They lock up after this, but Kingston catches him with a nearfall…only for Bryan to go back after that hand once more. This time, Kingston tries to roll out but Bryan keeps the lock in tight…allowing the champ to slam him with some hammer and elbows!

Both men get to their feet as Bryan finally lets go of the hold, only to send the champ into the corner for a running knee strike! Danielson takes control of the match from here, sending Kingston down hard with a dragon suplex that gets a nearfall.

Kingston sent to the corner by the challenger now, who lands some hard chops and kicks to wear him down…but the champ fights back, sending Bryan to the canvas! The challenger is right back on it however, hitting an avalanche suplex before going after a big submission hold! Kingston’s arms are trapped as he struggles to get a boot to the ropes, eventually rolling out enough to grab the rope and force a break!

Danielson sets him up for some hammer and elbows, but it only fires the champ up as he goes for a Hurriken! Danielson to the corner, looking to fight back…and gets dropped with a Northern Lights bomb by the champ! Kingston with the cover, but the challenger kicks out!

Danielson runs to the corner for a Busaiku Knee, but is met with a Hurriken by the champ…but Eddie’s hurt so it’s not as effective! Bryan kicks that hand before hitting a Busaiku Knee that connects, making the cover…BUT EDDIE KICKS OUT!

Danielson grabs his hands and starts kicking away at the head, before locking in a triangle hold shades of their trios match earlier this week! Only this time, the champ is fighting back to break the grip…even as he starts fading! The ref goes to check on him…and Kingston gives a thumbs up to show he’s still in it! The champ keeps fighting until he can gets a boot on the ropes, forcing a break!

Danielson looks very frustrated as he taunts the champ before laying in some kicks…with Kingston egging him on to keep going! Eddie drops down as Bryan goes for one more kick…but Kingston makes it to his feet! Half and half by Kingston, met with a similar fate from Danielson…only for the champ to hit one more on the challenger!

Crowd is riled up as both men slowly get to their feet to trade strikes, before Kingston hits a couple knee strikes to the head of Danielson…who responds with some hard strikes of his own! Kingston fighting back with his good hand, setting up for a piledriver…but gets dropped with a back body drop from the challenger!

Danielson to the corner, charging at the champ for a Busaiku Knee…but Kingston hits a left arm lariat! Powerbomb by the champ, and Eddie picks up the pin and the win to retain!

Winner via pinfall and STILL AEW Continental Crown Champion: Eddie Kingston
The crowd shows their appreciation for Kingston as we await whether Bryan shakes Eddie’s hand out of respect. Danielson looks dejected for losing after all that hard work in the match, frustrating Kingston until Bryan gets to his feet. Danielson offers his hand, only to pull it away at first. The crowd boos as Eddie walks away, but Danielson pulls him in before actually shaking his hand and raising his arm to a big pop from the crowd!


Video Package: The competitors in this All-Star 8-Man Scramble are featured…but who will earn a shot at the AEW World Championship!

HOOK is the first man making his way to the ring for our next match, followed by Lance Archer and Magnus. Out next are Brian Cage and Wardlow, followed by Dante Martin and Chris Jericho before this match gets underway!

All-Star Scramble Match – The winner will earn a future AEW World Title Shot: Chris Jericho vs. Wardlow vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Lance Archer vs. Brian Cage vs. CMLL’s Magnus vs. Dante Martin
Things quickly fall into chaos, leaving Archer, Cage, Wardlow, and Hobbs in the ring to taunt each other before going on the attack. “MEAT” chants accompany every shoulder tackle attempt from the four big guys, which may have something to do with this match originally being billed the Meat Madness…but eventually, Wardlow drops Hobbs while Archer takes down Cage. This leads to a series of strikes from Wardlow to the Murderhawk Monster, who quickly counters back. Hobbs back in the ring now, but Lance catches him before walking the ropes…only for Hobbs to catch him with a spinebuster!

Cage is back up and hits a Death Valley Driver on Hobbs, only for Wardlow to catch him with a hurricanrana…and Jericho hits him with a Codebreaker on Wardlow! Pin gets broken up and chaos ensues again, until the smaller men of this match are left in the ring. They go at it until Jericho leaps out of the ring for a dive on Hobbs! This is followed with Dante going after Wardlow and Magnus going after Archer…and HOOK climbs up top for a double ax handle on Cage!

Dante and Magnus back in the ring, going at it in the corner as Archer and Wardlow go at it as well. We soon see where this is going as Wardlow hits a superplex, which is the second step of a four-post assault that culminates in Dante hitting a splash for a nearfall! Jericho gets caught as Dante hits a dive through the ropes on the other men outside, before going back in for a cover on Jericho…but Magnus breaks it up!

Magnus fights off Martin and gets a nearfall for his efforts! He follows up with a backbreaker on Martin before sending him to the corner for a double knee to the face…only to get caught by Archer shortly after! Lance drops him hard with a hip toss from the ropes, followed by a massive chokeslam for the cover…BUT MAGNUS KICKS OUT!

Archer is angry as he sets up for a Blackout on the luchador…but Jericho drops him instead! Magnus and the Ocho hit a stereo Lionsault on Archer, with Jericho getting the cover…but Lance kicks out!

The focus is now on Hobbs and Archer, the latter getting dropped by Hobbs before Dante goes after the Powerhouse…who drops Martin for a nearfall! Cage slides in and goes on the offense, sending Hobbs out of the ring before staring down HOOK…who goes for a T-Bone suplex! Cage fights out, only to get caught with a suplex by Wardlow…who hits one on Archer and Magnus as well! Wardlow sending everyone to Suplex C–nah, never mind…before for a powerbomb on Cage! But HOOK catches him from behind with a choke!

Redrum’s locked in…but Jericho goes for a Walls of Jericho at the same time! This forces HOOK to finally let go before sending Cage out…and he and Jericho stare each other down! They go at it now, with HOOK catching the Ocho with a suplex and a Northern Lights for a nearfall! Hobbs comes in sending HOOK out before focusing on the former World Champion…who drops the Powerhouse off the apron to the outside!

Hobbs is quick to fight back, dropping Jericho with a massive power slam…but Jericho finds a fog machine from under the ring, throwing Hobbs off guard as we go back int he ring! Cage catches Wardlow with a discus lariat, only for Wardlow to fight back and hit a powerbomb on the Machine…and gets rolled up by Dante for a nearfall!

Dante drops Magnus for a nearfall, but is caught by Archer to break up the pin before going for a chokeslam…but Dante fights back! Big moonsault by Dante for a nearfall on the Murderhawk Monster! Wardlow gets involved, sending Lance over to the outside…but HOOK gets a Redrum on Wardlow! Wardlow fights off, hitting a headbutt before dropping Dante with a powerbomb that gets him the pin and the win!

Winner via pinfall: Wardlow
The win means Wardlow gets a future shot at the AEW World Championship, something the Undisputed Kingdom is excited for as they head into the next match.

Video Package: Roderick Strong wants the AEW International Championship to validate his legacy, but he has to face a very game Orange Cassidy to take it!

Back at ringside, Roderick Strong makes his way to the ring for our next match. Out next is Orange Cassidy, and this match gets underway!

AEW International Championship Match: Orange Cassidy defends against Roderick Strong
Roderick goes for a Sick Kick but is rolled up by the champ for an early nearfall! The action quickly spills to the outside, where Strong focuses on wearing down Cassidy’s back. They get on the apron now as Cassidy catches Roderick on the top rope, before hitting a dive that sends him to the floor outside!

Roddy goes back in the ring as Cassidy goes for a diving cross body, but cannot follow up which gives Strong an opening he exploits, once again targeting the back of the champion with backbreakers for days. Sending Cassidy to the corner, Roderick lays in some hard chops as he continues to put the hurt on the champ, forcing the ref to check on him throughout. Strong taunts Orange, asking him how it feels as he hits another chop and sends him to the opposite corner…but this is where the champ fights back!

Cassidy sends Roddy into the turnbuckle and hits a few punches before climbing the turnbuckle…only to be cut off by Strong, who hits a gutwrench powerbomb of sorts that lands the champ on the turnbuckle! The impact sends Cassidy rolling to the outside, only for Roddy to go right after him, stretching him against the ring post until the ref stops him!

The champ is back in the ring now, but only so Roddy can keep on the attack with some kicks and chops…eventually forcing the champ to drop to the canvas! Strong sends him to the ropes, where Cassidy tries to counter into a DDT…but Strong hits a backbreaker instead! End of Heartbreak…countered! Stundog Millionaire…also countered!

Strong gets the champ in a Boston crab, looking for the Stronghold until Cassidy grabs a rope to force a break. Roddy backs off until he drops the champ again, this time locking in the Stronghold! Cassidy is struggling as he tries to fight out, and Strong tries to get a better grip which ends up being a mistake as Cassidy fights him off, hitting a DDT!

Cassidy catches the challenger for a nearfall after this, struggling to get to his feet after. Weak kicks from the champ turn into a series of stomps as Cassidy heads up top…connecting with a Panama Sunrise shades of Strong’s buddy Adam Cole! Cover by the champ…but Strong kicks out!

Cassidy in the corner, goes for an Orange Punch…no! Backbreaker by the challenger! Beach Break is blocked, but the champ catches Roddy with the Orange Punch! Cassidy manages to follow up with a Beach Break, but he’s too close to the ropes as Strong grabs one to break the pin attempt!

Cassidy back to his feet, but he gets caught by Roddy! End of Heartache connects, and Strong picks up the pin and the win to become the new champion!

Winner via pinfall and new AEW International Champion: Roderick Strong
The celebration is overshadowed by the arrival of Kyle O’Reilly…but it seems he’s back to be buds with the Undisputed Kingdom! Bennett gives him the shirt off his back as an invite to the group…but Kyle hands the shirt back, whispering something in the ear of Strong before leaving the ring looking somewhat shaken as the Kingdom celebrate.

Video Package: The BCC and FTR have been colliding for weeks, and it culminates in this tag team match at Revolution!

Back at ringside, Mox and Claudio make their way through the crowd adorning black spiked shoulder pads in honor of the Road Warriors as they head to ringside. Out next are FTR, and this match gets underway!

Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli vs. FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler)
We start off with Claudio and Dax amidst dueling chants for both men. The two go at it with seemingly no advantage, before they start slapping each other to get them off their game. Claudio hits an uppercut on Dax, who fights back with a few strikes…only for Claudio to get sent to the corner! Claudio with a tag to Mox, before Cash tags in as well. Big strikes between both men before Cash gets sent to the corner, only to fight back!

Mox fends him off again before tagging Claudio back in, just as Dax manages to get back in this himself. Dax sends Claudio to the corner before tagging in Cash for a double-team, and Cash follows up sending Castagnoli into the corner for some chops. The cycle repeats across the ring, before Cash mounts up for some punches…before Claudio dumps him to the floor outside! The ref focuses on Claudio as Mox grabs Wheeler, sending him into the barricade and continuing the beatdown from there!

Mox continues the beatdown until Cash can fight back long enough to return to ringside, while Claudio keeps wearing down Wheeler before tagging in Mox! Mox with a submission hold on Cash, but Dax breaks it up! BCC continue to keep Wheeler isolated from a tag as they trade tags to stay on the attack. Mox sends Cash to the corner to take a bite and hits a suplex for a nearfall!

Claudio with the tag as he goes back on the attack for a nearfall, before tagging Mox back in. Mox mocks Wheeler in the corner, telling him what he thinks of FTR before Wheeler fights him away…and makes the tag to Dax while Mox tags in Claudio! Exchange of strikes leads to a set of nearfalls between both men, with Claudio getting his Neutralizer blocked as Cash tags in. Claudio fights out of a double-team, sending Dax to the ring post and busting him open on the way outside as Castagnoli gets a cover on Cash…but Wheeler kicks out!

FTR start to take control now, tag made to Dax as they go for a Doomsday Device…but Claudio counters with a power slam on Dax for a nearfall! Tag to Mox, who takes Harwood down hard for a nearfall of his own! Mox kicks away at the former tag tchamp, who gets to his feet with blood running down his face after the gash earlier. They trade punches and Dax gets the better of it for a backslide for a nearfall…followed by a spike piledriver on Mox! Wheeler sends Claudio out as Dax goes for the cover…BUT MOX KICKS OUT!

The action heads tot he corner now as the two go at it…but Mox sets Dax on his shoulders for a Doomsday Device uppercut! Dax drops down hard as Mox goes for the cover, but it gets broken up and we get chaos between all four men in the ring. Mox gets sent out first as FTR go after Claudio…who blocks a Shatter Machine! Cutter from Mox on Wheeler as Harwood goes on a ride on the giant swing from Claudio…into a dropkick by Mox! Claudio makes the cover as Mox holds off Wheeler…BUT HARWOOD KICKS OUT!

Claudio goes after Wheeler on the outside as Dax and Mox fight on the turnbuckle. Mox takes a bite out of Harwood, who spits in Jon’s face before shoving him away! Wheeler gets back in, and they hit a Doomsday Bulldog on Moxley for a nearfall…followed by a Shatter Machine! But Claudio pulls Dax out to break the count!

Dax fights off Claudio before sliding back in the ring, fighting back and forth with Mox before the latter hits a Death Rider for the cover…but Dax counters into a nearfall of his own! Wheeler tries to intervene as Mox goes for a Bulldog Choke but he gets cut off by Claudio…and Dax is out! The ref calls for the bell!

Winners via submission: Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli)

Video Package: Plenty of history between Toni Storm and Deonna Purrazzo heading into our Women’s World Championship match…but can the Virtuosa topple the Timeless One?

After the ring crew finishes cleaning up things from the last match, Deonna Purrazzo makes her way out for our next match! Toni Storm’s old music hits as…Mariah May, dressed as the “old Toni Storm,” steps onto the stage, before we get the Timeless One herself making her way to the ring next. The champ looks ready to defend her title against her old friend as this match gets underway!

AEW Women’s World Championship Match: Toni Storm defends against Deonna Purrazzo
Toni seems to be keeping away from Deonna as we start things off, but Deonna manages to take her down with some arm drags before mocking her with a curtsey. Toni goes back on the attack but it’s reversed by the Virtuosa, only for the champ to get a wristlock cinched in. Deonna rolls out getting the champ in a headscissors before Toni gets out. We go back to an exchange of holds between both women, before Deonna takes the champ to the canvas. Storm fights out, but the Virtuosa keeps on top of it until Storm sends her to the corner.

Purrazzo takes the champ back down going for a cover, but Toni gets her foot on the ropes to break the count! Back to her feet is the Timeless One, and both women go at it again until Deonna knocks the champ down. Storm leaves the ring for a breather, Luther helping her out until Purrazzo catches the champ to bring her back in the ring!

Storm gets back on the offensive as she catches the challenger with a nearfall, before sending her to the ropes for more damage and getting another nearfall in the process. Toni stays on the attack now, locking things down as Deonna struggles before Toni drops her hips for added damage and a stomp for good measure.

Storm still in control as she continues to wear the challenger down, following up with a boot to the throat of the Virtuosa…who manages to get back to her feet to fight back! Storm stays on top of things, but soon it’s Deonna who gets control as she drops the champ…and goes for a Fujiwara armbar! Storm rolls out of it, but takes a boot to the face!

Deonna with an STO of sorts for the cover, but Toni manages to kick out…and catches Deonna by surprise, dropping her face-first into the bottom turnbuckle! Hip attack followed by a DDT and the champ covers…BUT DEONNA KICKS OUT!

Deonna catches the champ with a jackknife cover but it’s only a nearfall, before Toni locks in the ankle lock! Deonna fights out before Toni ends up on the apron, where she gets knocked into the arms of Luther by the challenger…who follows with a drop on both to the outside!

Action comes back into the ring as Deonna catches the champ by surprise once more, locking in the armbar again…but Storm reverses for a nearfall! But Deonna has the armbar in tight as Luther hops onto the apron to intervene…allowing Mariah to distract the challenger! Piledriver by the champion gives Toni Storm the pin and the win!

Winner via pinfall and still AEW Women’s World Champion: “Timeless” Toni Storm

Video Package: Will Ospreay is officially All Elite…and his first match as part of the roster comes courtesy of Don Callis, with Ospreay taking on Konosuke Takeshita at Revolution!

Back at ringside, Konosuke Takeshita heads to the ring for our next match, followed by Will Ospreay to a big ovation as this match gets underway!

Will Ospreay vs. Konosuke Takeshita
The action is pretty quick from the outset, both men hitting some big strikes to wear each other down before Ospreay gets one over on the Alpha…but not for long as he gets caught on the top turnbuckle! Konosuke with a big vertical superplex on Ospreay, but it only gets a nearfall as Takeshita goes into a chinlock. He transitions into a cover but Ospreay manages to save the match for himself as he kicks out!

Takeshita responds with a big kick before getting back to his feet, bringing Will up for a big forearm strike on the Aerial Assassin. Ospreay back up however, hitting a set of chops on the Alpha before catching him with an abdominal stretch! Takeshita fights out of it, sending Ospreay to the corner…but takes a boot to the face before Ospreay drops the Alpha down hard to the canvas! Takeshita ends up out of the ring, allowing Ospreay a chance to get the drop on him again on the outside!

Ospreay manages to stay on the offense here despite the power of Takeshita, but a Skytwister attempt gets caught with a German suplex giving the Alpha a nearfall! Konosuke goes to the ropes but is caught with a flurry of offense by Ospreay before striking back…but Will gets the better of the exchange with a Spanish Fly!

Both men slowly get back to their feet for an exchange of strikes, which Ospreay gets the better of with a thrust kick. Konosuke back to his feet…only to take a rolling elbow from Ospreay! Takeshita’s hand seems to be in a rough place as the ref checks on him, but the Alpha insists he’s fine…and stops an attack from Ospreay to hit a massive strike on him!

This only seems to fire up Ospreay however, who starts fighting back until two more strikes sends Ospreay down hard to the canvas! Series of counters from both men ends with a big kick to the jaw by Ospreay, who follows with a Tiger Driver for the pin…except that Takeshita manages to kick out!

Konosuke catches Ospreay with a Michinoku Driver in response! Cover by the Alpha…but Ospreay kicks out!

Will ends up in the corner now as he looks for an Oscutter…but Takeshita fights it off! But the Oscutter connects the second time ’round as Will covers him…BUT THE ALPHA KICKS OUT ONCE AGAIN!

Takeshita drops Ospreay down hard and gets a cover…but Ospreay narrowly gets a shoulder up to stop the count!

Konosuke gets set up on the top turnbuckle as Ospreay looks to stay on the attack…but Konosuke counters with a teardrop suplex into the turnbuckle! Cover by the Alpha…but Ospreay kicks out! Only for Takeshita to hit a running knee for another cover…BUT AGAIN OSPREAY MANAGES TO KICK OUT!

Takeshita drops the knee pad, looking to finish off the Aerial Assassin…who fights back with a thrust kick! Konosuke gets caught with a jawjacker but fights back…until he gets caught with a Hidden Blade! Ospreay with a cover…AND THE ALPHA KICKS OUT AT ONE!

Storm Breaker is fought off as they both hit each other with a rolling elbow, but Ospreay counters a jumping knee before hitting a Styles Clash…but it only gets a nearfall!

Tiger Driver ’91 followed by the Hidden Blade, and Ospreay manages to get the pin and the win over his Don Callis Family comrade!

Winner via pinfall: Will Ospreay

Don Callis goes to check on both his men after the match, when Kyle Fletcher makes his way down the ramp to the ring. Kyle enters the ring to embrace with his old pal Ospreay as we get a graphic revealing these two men will face off this Wednesday on Dynamite. Callis and Takeshita have regrouped and headed to the back at this point as we get a shoutout to The Islanders for their contribution to the AEW Fight Forever soundtrack.

Video Package: Hangman Adam Page and Swerve Strickland have been at each other’s throats for months, but will that stop them both from winning the AEW World Championship in this Three-Way Match against Samoa Joe?

Jim Ross is welcomed to commentary as Swerve Strickland makes his way to the ring for our next match! Out next is Hangman Adam Page, staring down Swerve when he enters the ring before the champion Samoa Joe comes out next. Ring introductions for all three men to a big pop from the crowd, and this World title match gets underway!

AEW World Championship Three-Way Match: Samoa Joe defends against Swerve Strickland and Hangman Page
Page and Swerve stare each other down, to which Joe responds by attacking both his challengers…managing to avoid an uppercut from Swerve in the corner. Swerve rolls out of the ring as Joe and Page go at it, and the champ dives onto Swerve…before cutting Page off from doing the same!

Page and Joe are back in the ring as the champ goes after the Hangman, but the champ ends up outside as Swerve runs in for an attack of his own. Page tries to fight back but is caught with a headscissors takedown by Strickland, who gets the drop on Page immediately after. Swerve back to the turnbuckle, but he sees Joe getting up and gets the drop on the champ on the outside before heading back in the ring for a dropkick and a cover…only for the Hangman to kick out!

Page starts fighting back, taking Swerve down with a belly to belly slam for the cover…but the champ gets back in the ring to break the count! Joe attacks Page in the corner now, sending Swerve to the outside to keep things even for himself…before locking in an STF!

Page struggles to fight out of it, but it’s the intervention of Swerve that breaks the hold when the champ focuses his attention on Strickland…who fights out of a Muscle Buster attempt! Both men are on the top turnbuckle now, duking it out until Joe drops Strickland with a headbutt sending him to the outside…and fighting off Page! Swerve gets back in but is fought off by the champion, who has to get his balance…and that moment of distraction allows Page and Swerve to hit him with a double powerbomb!

Joe rolls away as Swerve and Hangman stare each other down before trading blows…until Page drops Strickland with a lariat to the back! Swerve gets back to his feet, absorbing the strikes of Page before countering out of a Dead Eye for a cover…but the champ breaks it!

Joe gets knocked away, forcing him out of the ring as Page and Strickland go back at it…before Hangman catches Swerve with a tombstone piledriver! Except the champ is able to stop the pin attempt right after once more!

Hangman fights off Joe before looking for the Dead Eye on Swerve…who counters before hitting a big suplex for a cover! Once again Joe breaks the pin up!

All three men are on their feet to trade strikes now, with Joe getting the upper hand as he sends Page to the corner for a Muscle Buster! Swerve’s up on top for a Swerve Stomp on the champ, tho! Strickland looks amped as he hits a House Call on Samoa Joe…but he’s staring down Hangman! House Call on Page, and the cover…BUT PAGE KICKS OUT!

Page is out of the ring as Joe and Swerve duke it out…and Joe goes for a sleeper hold, but Swerve counters out! Strickland sends the champ to the corner before dropping Joe to the canvas with a DDT…and goes up top for a 450 splash! Swerve is struggling to his feet before going back up…and hits a Swerve Stomp! Strickland with the cover…but Joe kicks out just as Page pulls the ref out of the ring!

Page grabs the title belt from ringside, sliding into the ring to nail Strickland with the belt! Swerve’s on the apron as Page hits him again, sending him to the outside. He yells at Swerve that he will never win the title, turning his attention to Joe for a Buckshot Lariat! Page sets up for a second one, making the cover…but the ref is still out! Another one runs down for the count, but Joe manages to kick out!

Page sets up for a third Buckshot Lariat…but gets caught with a rear naked choke by Joe! Champ has it locked in tight…but Swerve gets the drop on both men to force the break!

Nana offers a chance to help Swerve out, but he refuses it…and manages to counter Joe’s onslaught with a rollup! But Page breaks the count…and starts wailing on the ref!

Page catches Swerve with a lariat after this, but Joe takes him out before going for a Muscle Buster on Strickland. Swerve fights him off, and the champ runs into a Buckshot Lariat from Page…who takes a Buckshot from Strickland!

JML Driver on Page…but Joe pulls him away, before locking in a rear naked choke on Page! Swerve tries to get back up, but Page taps out!

Winner via submission and still AEW World Champion: Samoa Joe

Joe celebrates the win as we get a video package for the next AEW pay-per-view, AEW Dynasty from St. Louis, Missouri on April 21.

Video Package: It’s the end of the road for The Icon, as Sting wrestles his last match teaming with Darby Allin to defend the AEW World Tag Team Championship against the Young Bucks at Revolution!

Ric Flair makes his way to the stage, accompanied by special guest timekeeper Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat before the pair head to the ring. Out next are the challengers as The Young Bucks make their way to the ring.

Out next is Darby Allin heading to the ring, before we go to the screen for a video of Sting watching back the highlights of his long and illustrious career at a cinema. The Icon takes in the memories of his run in the territories and in New Japan, before the footage goes to his run in AEW with a focus on his teaming with Darby Allin and major moments like teaming up with Great Muta in the latter’s final run.

We then turn to what went down with the Bucks leading up to tonight’s match, bringing the highlight reel to a close as Sting announces it’s showtime…for the last time. Let’s do this.

Sting’s music hits as his sons, dressed up as images of the Icon’s past, appear on the stage…before the music changes to “Seek and Destroy” by Metallica, signaling the arrival of the man himself. This is the legend…this is The Icon…THIS IS STIIIIIIIIIING!

Sting meets up with Darby as they get to the ring…only for Darby to go after the Bucks on the outside against the announce table to get this match underway!

Sting’s Last Match – AEW Tag Team Championships Texas Tornado Match: Sting and Darby Allin defend against The Young Bucks (Matthew and Nicholas Jackson)
He and Sting fight the Bucks from the outset, allowing the Icon’s sons to get some revenge from a couple weeks ago before Sting looks for a double Scorpion Deathlock on both EVPs! They manage to escape as the fight goes outside. Sting continues the attack as his sons set up tables, and Sting sends Nicholas over the barricade…followed closely by Matthew! Darby sets up a ladder as Sting goes after the Bucks…only to be cut off by Nicholas, but not for long as he gets dropped to the floor at ringside.

Matthew gets a sneak attack on the Icon but is soon dropped hard by Sting, followed by Darby getting the drop on the EVP. This is quickly followed by Darby et al grabbing a pane of glass, setting it up for future use before it ends up being broken by the bat of the Icon. The EVPs escape through the crowd, but the tag champs quickly give pursuit as they end up on the stage. Nicholas has Darby as Sting focuses on Matthew…and Nicholas hits a big Falcon Arrow off the stage, sending Darby through a table down below!

Matthew and Sting go at it until Matthew manages to send the Icon off the stage on the opposite side, sending him through a table on that side as well! The crowd let the Bucks know how they feel about that as Nicholas brings Darby back to the ring. Matthew follows close behind as Nicholas sets the ladder up in the corner. They grab him and send him onto the ladder, but Darby fights back to his feet right after and cuts them off from the corner!

Bucks get fended off by Darby now, who sends Nicholas out of the ring before landing some hard shots on Matthew! Darby grabs the ladder and sets it up near the ropes before going after Nicholas on the outside, slamming his head against the steel steps before setting him up on the other plate of glass that was set against some steel chairs. Darby begins making his way up the ladder, dropping down for a senton bomb…but Nicholas gets pushed out of the way at the last second, sending Darby crashing through instead!

Darby’s back is bleeding as we see Sting and Matthew go at it on the outside…until the Buck sends the Icon back into the ring! Bucks set up a table as they look for a double suplex, but Sting fights them off! The EVPs set him up in the corner, but the Icon gets out of harm’s way before going after Matthew after Nicholas falls to the outside!

Sting’s got Matthew set up on the table now…and he’s climbing the ladder! It’s a very tall one at that, but Matthew intercepts as Nicholas sets up a plate of glass in the corner…while Sting gets sent through the table by Matthew!

But he’s already back on his feet! Except the Bucks catch him by surprise, sending him through the glass in the corner! Matthew with a Scorpion Death Drop on the Icon and the cover…BUT STING GETS A SHOULDER UP!

Nicholas goes to the outside to get one of the tag belts, but Steamboat intervenes before the Bucks fight him off. Matthew grabs the title and slides into the ring…but Flair is covering the Icon up in the corner, refusing to let the Bucks do any more damage. He looks at Sting for a moment…and this gives the Bucks an opening to hit a double superkick on the Nature Boy! Bucks nail Sting with the title now and go for the cover…BUT STING KICKS OUT!

Bucks have a moment where they let Sting know they’re not sorry…they hate him, as if the reverse image of another famous goodbye before they hit a double superkick on the Icon…who stays on his feet!

Sting fights the Bucks off but they catch him with an EVP Trigger for the cover…BUT STING KICKS OUT ONCE AGAIN!

The Bucks are back on their feet, looking for another EVP Trigger and the cover…BUT STING KICKS OUT AT ONE THIS TIME! He’s egging them on for more, and they deliver a double superkick to take him down! They set the Icon up for a TK Driver, but Darby sends Nicholas flying to the floor as Sting hits a Scorpion Death Drop on Matthew for the cover! MATTHEW KICKS OUT…but Darby gets him with a Coffin Drop!

Scorpion Deathlock on Matthew by the Stinger…and MATTHEW TAPS OUT!

Winners via submission and still AEW World Tag Team Champions: Darby Allin and Sting
The crowd is electric as the ref presents the champions with their titles. Sting and Darby celebrate in the midst of a loving crowd inside the Greensboro Coliseum, with confetti marking the occasion as the Icon raises his title up high in the corner.

Darby says there’s three minutes left in the PPV, so let’s show some love to the Stinger…and the crowd in Greensboro oblige in kind. Sting thanks them for the love, saying he’s been thanking them since March 1988 when he wrestled Ric Flair. Greensboro was great in ’88 and they were great here tonight.

This was a night that will be etched in their minds forever, and this is a night he will never forget. He thanks the crowd once again, and the crowd shower him with chants of “Thank you, Sting.” Sting thanks Darby for being the best tag partner he’s ever had, wondering how many stitches he’ll need. Darby jokes that he said he’d die in this match but he’s still breathing. Sting talks about being such a risktaker even at this age, leading to chants of “You’ve still got it” from the crowd. Darby rushes over to the Icon, with Sting revealing he has cues to hold on…leading the PPV audience to believe he’s got a heck of a speech waiting for the live crowd, but the show comes to a close for us!