AEW Revolution 2022 Results, Live Review, And Updates
The 2022 AEW PPV revolution is happening right now,
And if you don’t watch it on B/R or Fite TV, you can check out the live results of each match as it happens and the review is below. There are several more title matches ahead, for example, MJF vs. CM Punk. And Punk took part in the match against AFI’s “Miseria Cantera”, which he used in Ring of Honor. All four AEW Championships will be defended throughout the evening. In addition to traditional singles matches, there is a dog collar match, which has a long history of violence, and a ladder match, in which people jump downstairs. It will be a big event with a lot of great matches.
How to watch:
While AEW is partnering with WarnerMedia for broadcast rights, the PPV will not air on its HBO Max service, even for a rerun. Instead, it will be available for purchase on Bleacher Report. If you’re in the US, this is your only place to stream, and the event will cost $50. If you are outside the US, you can watch Revolution on Fite TV. Prices vary depending on where you live. Bleacher Report is available for viewing on desktops, Amazon Fire, Roku, iOS, and Android phones. It is not currently available on any game console. Check out the match map below.
Revolution Match Card:
- Hook vs. QT Marshall (BUY-IN)
- Leila Hirsch vs. Chris Stadtlander (BUY-IN)
- House of Black vs. Penta Oscuro, Puck, and Eric Redbird (BUY-IN)
- Jade Cargill (c) vs. Tay Conti (AEW TBS Championship)
- Andrade El Idolo, Matt Hardy, and Isaiah Cassidy vs. Sammy Guevara, Sting, and Darby Allin
- Jurassic Express (c) vs. reDRagon vs. The Young Bucks (AEW World Tag Team Championship)
- Bryan Danielson vs. Jon Moxley
- Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Kingston
- Keith Lee vs. Wardlaw vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Ricky Starks vs. Orange Cassidy vs. Christian Cage (Ladder Match for Future AEW TNT Championship Match)
- Dr. Britt Baker, DMD (c) vs. Thunder Rose (AEW Women’s World Championship)
- CM Punk vs. MJF (dog collar match)
- “Gallows” Adam Page (c) vs. Adam Cole (AEW World Championship)
Also, you can watch the latest episode of GameSpot’s Wrestle Buddies podcast. Mat Elfring and Chris Hayner have predicted most of the AEW PPV matches this week. Watch the episode above. Unfortunately, our trusty PredictionBot 3000 was not available this time. Below you will find live updates and results from Revolution, which are being streamed in the Bleacher Report. In addition, there will be a review of each match from the Wrestle Buddies – well, from one of the Wrestle Buddies, since Hayner is in Revolution.
The preview show starts at 4:00 PM PT / 7:00 PM ET and will be streamed online. Once it goes live, you can check it out below. Additional notes and match card changes will also be posted below.
See buy-in below.
Leila Hirsch vs. Chris Statlander
Hirsch wins with a pin.
Mat: Hello. I’m alone at this event as Chris E. Hayner at Revolution, that lucky son of a bitch. Besides, I’m really sick, but the show must go on. There were several rough spots early in the match, including Hirsch missing several chances. Plotly, it had a pretty fantastic ending where Hirsch maintained her dominance by hitting Statlander with a turnbuckle, which I think we haven’t seen in quite some time. Not a very big opening for the show, but fun nonetheless.
Hook vs. QT Marshall
Hook wins by submission.
Mat: Why is QT Marshall so against me? He is literally the “default wrestler” in any wrestling game. Maybe the guy whose trick is “guy in heels” is somehow to my liking? The hook is a guy with hair who dresses up as Sagat from Street Fighter and beats up people. It feels like Muay Thai Darby Allin. I was a little annoyed when the commentary team kept saying that Hook was “a cold-blooded, handsome devil” over and over again. I understood. He looks very cool. However, stop complaining. It’s all about creating Hook as a monster, and the match does it very well. It was pretty funny watching Marshall get hired.
House of Black vs. Penta Oscuro, Puck, and Eric the Redbeard
House of Black wins by pin.
Mat: There’s nothing more exciting in wrestling than Penta getting a hot tag and putting on a fucking presentation, and in this case, it ended up being a wreck. I loved the battles between Redbeard and the King – the classic battle of giants against giants. There was one very strange moment when Matthews was preparing some kind of movement to Penta, Penta hit the mat, and Excalibur yelled “curb!” Is that what happened? However, this match was explosive and certainly a lot of people fired up on the main card.
Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Kingston
Kingston wins by submission.
Mat: This match began with what looked like a kill as Kingston put Jericho on his head. Later, Jericho hit Kingston in the head. I’m worried about their brain health. It’s a tough matchup and it’s just a singles competition. This match is an open brawl. It’s wild. If you’re watching this and don’t have an emotional investment, you don’t like wrestling. Kingston needed this win to move up the rankings. This fight was as good as I thought. A real reliable way to start the main map.
Jurassic Express (c) vs. reDRagon vs. The Young Bucks
(AEW World Tag Team Championship)
Jurassic Express wins with a pin.
Mat: AEW does a great job with team fights and this is a prime example of that. The action never stops and we have three groups that actually work as tag teams, not just people paired up. I achieved the desired result, and it was very interesting to watch the match. There were too many fake finishes towards the end, but overall it was a lot of fun.
Keith Lee vs. Wardlaw vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Ricky Starks vs. Orange Cassidy vs. Christian Cage
Wardlow grabs the copper ring.
Mat: This match has a lot of first-class A-grade beef for a powerful slap. That being said, Orange Cassidy is a national treasure and was the best part of this fight. I just hope his groin area is okay after he climbed it up the stairs. According to Hayner, Cassidy was badly hurt after being thrown by Keith Lee, and doctors took her backstage. Regardless, it was a fantastic ladder match that had a lot of moments that I had never seen before and we saw one muscular boy grab that copper ring.
Jade Cargill (c) vs. Tay Conti
(AEW TBS Championship)
Cargill wins on a pin.
Mat: They wore bright war paint. Jade was dressed as Jade from Mortal Kombat. 40 stars. Jade also had a fantastic frog splash. She keeps doing really cool maneuvers during her matches. While Jade continues to be undefeated in AEW, it wasn’t her best match. It was the middle of the road. And it was surprising that Conti and Jade didn’t put on a little more show. Either way, Jade wins and continues her dominance, it’s the right move and it’s good to see her stay.
CM Punk vs MJF
Match in progress
While the show is on, you can watch AEW Revolution’s Wrestle Buddies Predictions to find out just how wrong we were about winners and losers.