AEW president Tony Khan has confirmed which match will be going on last at the upcoming AEW Revolution pay-per-view. It has been announced that “Hangman” Adam Page will be defending the AEW World Championship against Adam Cole in the main event of the show.
Tony Khan recently held a media call to promote Revolution, which will be taking place on Sunday March 6th. In regards to the final match on Revolution, Khan has said the following:
“There are a lot of main events on this card, anything on the show could main event it. In this case, Hangman has worked a really long time and that’s been a story fans have followed for a long time and now Adam Cole is the top contender. I believe Hangman’s match quality, bar none, I would have no exception to this since he won the title, nobody has had better matches. The two matches he had with Bryan Danielson and the Texas Deathmatch with Lance Archer have been three of the best matches we’ve had in the company since he won the title, if not the single best three matches since he won the title. I’m going to give him that spot and Adam Cole that spot and ask them to go out and have a great match as best they can,”
In a follow-up comment, Khan has also said that the card for Revolution is stacked and once again confirmed the main event:
“It’s probably the most challenging card to put an order on that I’ve ever had. In this case, I am planning for Hangman vs. Cole to go out there last,”
The current card for AEW Revolution is as follows:
- “Hangman” Adam Page (c) vs. Adam Cole – Singles match for the AEW World Championship. [Main event].
- CM Punk vs. MJF – Dog Collar match.
- Keith Lee vs. Wardlow vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Ricky Starks vs. Orange Cassidy vs. TBD – Face of the Revolution ladder match. The winner will receive a future opportunity at the TNT Championship.
- Jurassic Express (c) vs. reDRagon vs. TBA – Triple threat match for the AEW Tag team Championships.
- Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. (c) vs. Thunder Rosa – Singles match for the AEW Women’s Championship.
- Bryan Danielson vs. Jon Moxley.
- Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Kingston.
- Andrade El Idolo, Matt Hardy and Isiah Kassidy vs. Sting, Darby Allin and Sammy Guevara – Trios match.
- Jade Cargill (c) vs. Tay Conti – Singles match for the TBS Championship.
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