AEW Revolution 2021 Full LineUp: From Kenny Omega to The Young Bucks, here's the complete championship card

AEW Revolution will take place at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida


                            AEW Revolution 2021 Full LineUp: From Kenny Omega to The Young Bucks, here's the complete championship card
Stingis back with his first match since 2015 (AEW)
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The excitement is building up for wrestling fans as AEW Revolution will be held this Sunday. This weekend marks the second annual Revolution pay-per-view. The show is making headlines by an AEW Championship match dubbed 'exploding barbed wire deathmatch' between champion Kenny Omega and challenger Jon Moxley will take place. Not to mention, Sting is back with his first match since 2015.

Some reports are indicating that Shaquille O'Neal may be involved too! Read on to find out everything you need to know about the matches titles and the competitors involved — from Hangman Adam Page, Chris Jericho to MJF.

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Match Card

The event starts on Sunday, March 7, 2021. You can find the full 2021 AEW Revolution card below.

AEW Championship 'exploding barbed wire deathmatch'

Kenny Omega vs Jon Moxley

Jon Moxley (AEW)

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Kenny Omega (AEW)

 

Street Fight

Sting and Darby Allin vs Brian Cage and Ricky Starks

Sting (AEW)

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Darby Allin (AEW)

 

Brian Cage (AEW)

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Ricky Starks

 

AEW World Tag Team Championship match

Young Bucks vs. Chris Jericho and MJF

Nick Jackson of The Young Bucks (AEW)

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Matt Jackson of The Young Bucks (AEW)

 

Chris Jericho (AEW)

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MJF (AEW)

 

Big Money match

Hangman Adam Page vs Matt Hardy

Adam Page (AEW)

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Matt Hardy (AEW)

 

Face of the Revolution Ladder match

Cody Rhodes vs Scorpio Sky vs Penta El Zero Miedo vs Lance Archer vs Max Caster vs TBA

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Cody Rhodes (AEW)

 

Scorpio Sky (AEW)

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Penta El Zero Miedo (AEW)

 

Lance Archer (AEW)

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Max Caster

 

AEW Women's Championship

Hikaru Shida vs Ryo Mizunami

Hikaru Shida (AEW)

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Tag Team match

Miro and Kip Sabian vs Orange Cassidy and Chuck Taylor

Miro (AEW)

 

Kip Sabian

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Orange Cassidy (AEW)

 

Chuck Taylor (AEW)

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Casino Tag Team Royale

Bear Country vs The Dark Order (Alex Reynolds and John Silver) vs The Dark Order (Evil Uno and Stu Grayson) vs The Inner Circle (Santana and Ortiz) vs The Butcher and The Blade vs Private Party vs Top Flight

Alex Reynolds (AEW)

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John Silver (AEW)

 

Evil Uno (AEW)

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Stu Grayson (AEW)

 

Santana (AEW)

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Ortiz (AEW)

 

The Butcher (AEW)

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The Blade (AEW)

 

Isiah Kassidy of Private Party (AEW)

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Marq Quen of Private Party (AEW)

 

Darius Martin of Top Flight (AEW)

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Dante Martin of Top Flight (AEW)

 

Preshow match

Riho and Thunder Rosa vs Britt Baker and Rebel

Riho (AEW)

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Britt Baker (AEW)

 

When and where?

AEW Revolution will take place at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida and will be happening with fans around, with social distancing measures in mind. The main show is set to start at 5 pm PT/8 pm ET, while a preshow starts an hour prior. But, in the UK, Revolution's main show begins on Monday at 1 am GMT. The event can be watched on PPV at $60 but can be streamed as well. You can watch it for $50 through B/R Live in the US and for UK and Australia, you can watch it through Fite TV for $20.

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