WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray has taken to social media with his reaction towards the end of the AEW Revolution pay-per-view.
Jon Moxley faced Kenny Omega for the AEW World Title in an exploding barbed-wire deathmatch. Throughout the match, explosions occurred when either man hit the barbed wire laced ropes or tripped the switches attached to barbed wire boards on the outside.
After the match, The Good Brothers helped Omega attack Moxley and handcuff him. This left Moxley prone in the middle of the ring for the big explosion that was set to go off after thirty minutes. Moxley’s long-time friend and recent AEW rival Eddie Kingston tried to protect his friend, coming to the ring and covering him from the worst of what was to come. The explosion turned out to be a fizzle as both men lay in the ring.
Bully Ray took to Twitter to give his reaction to the events. Ray would reference a very important piece of information a former boss of his once told him.
“The only thing they remember, is the finish.” Vincent Kennedy McMahon
“The only thing they remember, is the finish.”
— Bully Ray (@bullyray5150) March 8, 2021
AEW Revolution saw Sting team with Darby Allin in his first match for over five years. The pair faced Brian Cage and Ricky Starks in a cinematically filmed street fight. Ethan Page made his debut in the company as the sixth man in the ‘Face Of The Revolution’ ladder match. Christian Cage also debuted as Paul Wight’s promised ‘hall of fame worthy’ surprise, signing his AEW contract in the ring.
AEW President Tony Khan also gave his reaction to the end of the pay-per-view to the media after the event.