AEW Revolution 2020 was critically-acclaimed as one of the pay-per-views of the year, and with an Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match confirmed for the show and Sting set to wrestle for the first time in six years, 2021’s Revolution is not to be missed!
So, how do you watch along? When does the pay-per-view start? And what matches are on the card? Here at Inside The Ropes, we have all the information you need to know ahead of the show!
When is AEW Revolution?
This year’s AEW Revolution is currently scheduled to take place on Sunday, March 7th at 8pm EST – which is 1am (Monday 8th) in the United Kingdom. The show had originally been slated for the end of February, but has since moved to a rare Sunday slot in March – reportedly to avoid clashing with other events from UFC and Bellator.
The show will emanate from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. As with all of AEW’s shows, there will be a live crowd in attendance, but socially distanced across the venue, with AEW talents standing in for the crowd immediately across the guardrails at ringside.
How can I watch AEW Revolution?
If you live outside the United States, AEW Revolution is available via Fite TV for only $19.99.
Viewers in the US can only watch the show via B/R Live.
What is the match card for AEW Revolution?
There are currently six matches scheduled for AEW Revolution.
- Jon Moxley will challenge Kenny Omega for the AEW World Championship in an Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match
- Sting wrestles for the first time since 2015 when he teams with TNT Champion Darby Allin to take on Brian Cage and Ricky Starks of Team Taz
- Hikaru Shida will defend the AEW Women’s Championship against the winner of the Women’s Eliminator Tournament
- ‘Hangman’ Adam Page will take on Matt Hardy
- The Young Bucks defend the AEW World Tag Team Championships against Chris Jericho and MJF of the Inner Circle
- The Face of the Revolution Ladder Match will also see Cody Rhodes, Penta El Zero M, Scorpio Sky alongside three other unconfirmed competitors for a shot at the TNT Championship. One of those competitors will be either Lance Archer or Rey Fenix.
Watch AEW Revolution live on Fite TV everywhere outside of the United States – and Bleacher Report Live in the US – on Sunday, March 7th.