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March 1, 2023

AEW Revolution 2023 - Fight Card Preview, What to Expect and How to Watch

This Sunday, the entire world of AEW changes as the AEW Revolution returns to FITE PPV for international viewers.

Winners and losers alike will surge forward as All Elite Wrestling - the promotion that rages against the machine strives once again to bring the best professional wrestling for fans across the globe. Here is a preview of what to expect.

MJF vs Bryan Danielson - The Iron Man Match in this year's AEW Revolution - Witness the entire landscape of All Elite Wrestling shift before your very eyes

If there is one man who gets to boast that he is the greatest in the world, whether anyone wants to or not, it is MJF. However, he has descended into deeper levels of depravity since he finally captured the AEW World Heavyweight Championship. He has stopped at nothing to try and prevent "The American Dragon" Bryan Danielson from making it to Revolution this Sunday night in San Francisco. But, Danielson has persevered and is as prepared as he has ever been for this Saturday's AEW Revolution Iron Man Match.

With 60 minutes for each fighter to score as many falls over the other, the victory will go to the man who survives with the most victories.

For MJF, this battle ground is virgin territory as he's never wrestled that long bell to bell in one match in his life, but for Bryan, this is an accomplishment he has achieved many times over and over during the course of his grand career.

Saraya vs Jamie Hayter vs Ruby Soho for the AEW World Women's Championship - will Jamie Hayer continue to rule the roost with her magnificent in-ring scrapping skills?

The AEW World Women's Championship, now held by Jamie Hayter, is perhaps the only AEW Championship more tumultuous than the World Championship. She now finds herself battling opposition on multiple fronts. When Hayter steps into the ring at Revolution to defend her championship against both Saraya and Ruby Soho, the major question still to be answered is where Soho stands in this civil war that has split the women's division across the board. While Soho was not one of the AEW originals back in 2019, she has certainly carried herself with all the heart and soul and fighting spirit of everyone else who has helped lift AEW up upon the pedestal it now sits for fighting fans across the globe.

But, when the Women's World Championship is on the line this Sunday, will Soho be the woman that tips the scales of this very unique identity crisis? Could Saraya complete her unimaginable return to the ring with a glorious championship victory?

The balance of power for AEW's Women's division will change this Sunday live on FITE.

Max Caster and Anthony Bowens - Can The Acclaimed live up to their namesake and regain the World Tag Team Championships?

If there is one act that can be described as the definitive All Elite Wrestling tandem, it is the hip hop infused Max Caster and Anthony Bowens. They truly live the life of their tag team name, The Acclaimed, with every breath they take. They are never at a loss for words, always ready with a rap that will lay waste to any opponent they face, and it is always guaranteed to entertain the crowd.

As AEW had already mandated the World Tag Team Championships would be defended in a Four-Way encounter at Revolution, it will now be on The Acclaimed's Daddy Ass to help the former champions navigate the stormy waters of not just defeating his sons, The Gunn Club, but two additional teams.

All time greats Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal have qualified for this championship bout and having turned AEW upside down with their antics, their intrusion into this

bout certainly raises the level of danger for Caster and Bowens.

Jon Moxley vs. "Hangman" Adam Page in a Texas Deathmatch - the battle will continue with zero rules

Former AEW World Champions Jon Moxley and Hangman Adam Page will face off in a violent and gritty Texas Death Match at Revolution. Moxley initially knocked out and concussed Hangman on AEW Dynamite, forcing him out of action, and then defeated him again in a subsequent match. Hangman became obsessed with seeking revenge and positioning himself back into contention for the AEW World Championship.

Chris Jericho comes face to face with Ricky Starks and he'll be all on his own

Meanwhile, Chris Jericho, one of the greatest competitors and personalities in professional wrestling history, has unleashed the Jericho Appreciation Society against Ricky Starks. Starks has stood tall against the onslaught and will face Jericho at Revolution with all JAS members banned from ringside. Additional matches and combatants will be announced over the course of AEW's Revolution week leading up to the event in San Francisco.

AEW Revolution - How to Watch

This Sunday, AEW Revolution returns to FITE for international viewers to stream live on Pay Per View (on-demand replays included with purchase). Order AEW Revolution PPV and watch on any screen of choice.

AEW Revolution 2023 fight card

  • MJF (c) vs. Bryan Danielson for the AEW World Title
  • Samoa Joe (c) vs. Wardlow for the AEW TNT Title
  • Jamie Hayter (c) vs. Saraya vs. Ruby Soho for the AEW Women's World Title
  • The Elite (Kenny Omega, Nick Jackson, and Matt Jackson) (c) vs. The House of Black for the AEW World Trios Titles
  • The Gunns (c) vs. The Acclaimed vs. Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett vs. Winner of Casino Tag Team Battle Royale for the AEW World Tag Team Titles
  • Jon Moxley vs. "Hangman" Adam Page in a Texas Deathmatch
  • Chris Jericho vs. Ricky Starks