AEW Revolution 2024 results

AEW Revolution 2024 results

AEW presented its 2024 annual “Revolution” PPV live from the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina on Sunday, March 3. The PPV marked Sting's final match of his career in the same arena where Sting faced Ric Flair for the World Championship at Clash of the Champions in March 1988. The event was broadcast in French and English on TrillerTV at this link.

12-man tag team match

The Bang Bang Scissors Gang (Max Caster, Anthony Bowens, Billy Gunn, Austin Gunn, Colten Gunn and Jay White) versus Jeff Jarrett, Satnam Singh, Jay Lethal, Willie Mack, Marq Quen and Isiah Kassidy

At the end of the match, Willie Mack superkicked Billy Gunn, but was caught off guard by Jay White, who delivered his Bladerunner and then the pinfall to give his team the victory.

Winners: Jeff Jarrett, Satnam Singh, Jay Lethal, Willie Mack, Marq Quen and Isiah Kassidy

– We are presented with a video about PAC, which shows that it will return very soon.

Tag team match

Kris Statlander and Willow Nightingale vs. Julia Hart and Skye Blue

At the end of the match, Willow Nightingale used her Doctor Bomb on Skye Blue while Kris Statlander took care of Julia Hart and won by pinfall.

Winners: Kris Statlander and Willow Nightingale

AEW Revolution 2024 Greensboro, NC

The commentators are Taz, Tony Schiavone and Excalibur.

– Tonight is AEW Revolution, the PPV begins with the commentary greetings, then the wrestlers enter the first match of the evening.

TNT Championship – Single Match

Christian Cage (c) accompanied by Killswitch, Nick Wayne and Nick Wayne's mother against Daniel Garcia

At the end of the match, Killswitch Chokes Daniel Garcia while Christian Cage distracted the referee. Cage follows up with a splash and then the pin, but Daniel Garcia gets up. Matt Menard comes in to attack Killswitch, Daniel Garcia uses a piledriver on Cage, followed by the fall… the latter gets up. Nick Wayne comes in to give Daniel Garcia a cutter while his mother distracts the referee. Christian Cage takes the opportunity to perform his killswitch on Garcia, followed by the pinfall to win.

Winner: Christian Cage – Still Champion

AEW Continental Crown Championship – Singles Match

Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Bryan Danielson

At the end of the match, Bryan Danielson and Eddie Kingston beat each other. Danielson counters a hold from Kingston and then goes for his Busaiku Knee, but Eddie Kingston counters him with a lariat and then hits a powerbomb to win by pinfall.

Winner: Eddie Kingston – Still Champion

– After the fight, the two wrestlers shake hands.

All-Star 8-Man Scramble Match

Chris Jericho vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Lance Archer vs. Wardlow vs. Dante Martin vs. HOOK vs. Brian Cage vs. Magnus

At the end of the match, Wardlow sent Lance Archer over the top rope. Hook attacks Wardlow, but Wardlow manages to knock him down. He then takes Dante Martin for his powerbomb, followed by the pinfall and secures the win.

Winner: Wardlow

AEW International Championship – Singles match

Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Roderick Strong

At the end of the match, Orange Cassidy does his beach break on Roderick Strong, followed by the pinfall, but Strong manages to touch the rope. Strong manages to surprise Cassidy and then gets the pinfall victory with End of Heartache.

Winner: Roderick Strong – New Champion

– After the match, Matt Taven and Mike Bennett arrive to celebrate with Roderick Strong… but Kyle O'Reilly returns to embrace Strong! The Undisputed Kingdom gives a t-shirt to O'Reilly, who refuses to wear it, then whispers something in Roderick Strong's ear before leaving.

Tag team match

FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) vs. Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli

At the end of the match, Jon Moxley performs a Death Rider on Dax Harwood, followed by the pinfall, but Harwood gets up and tries a roll-up. Moxley breaks free and applies a bulldog choke to make him submit. Claudio Castagnoli holds Wheeler back in the ring and then performs a submission as Dax Harwood gives up.

Winners: Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli

– After the game, the two teams look at each other and then leave.

– The commentators announce that there are 16,878 fans in the audience tonight.

– Don Callis will be at the commentary table for the next game.

AEW Women’s Championship – Singles Match

Toni Storm accompanied by Luther and Mariah May against Deonna Purrazzo

At the end of the match, Deonna Purrazzo attempts an armbar on Toni Storm, but Luther distracts the referee while Mariah May climbs onto the ring apron. Purrazzo sends her to the floor, but Toni Storm surprises her with a piledriver followed by the pinfall to remain champion.

Winner: Toni Storm – Still champion

Single game

Will Ospreay vs. Konosuke Takeshita

At the end of the match, Takesthia and Ospreay face off in the corner, Takeshita manages to brainbuster him in the corner and cover him, but he fights back. Takeshita follows with a running knee and covers him, but he still fights back. Takeshita tries a second running knee, but Ospreay blocks it. Ospreay does a Stunner and then does a Poison Rana. The two exchange punches and holds. Ospreay blocks a knee strike and does a Styles Clash on Takeshita to cover him, but he fights back. Ospreay follows up with a Tiger Driver and hits his Hidden Blade for the count of three.

Winner: Will Ospreay

– After the fight, Kyle Flecher enters the ring. The commentators announce that the two friends will face off this Wednesday on Dynamite.

– We present a video about the rivalry for the world title.

– Jim Ross takes his place on the commentary team for the next game.

AEW World Championship – 3-Way Match

Swerve Strickland accompanied by Prince Nana vs. Adam Hangman Page vs. Samoa Joe (c)

At the end of the match, Strickland does his finisher on Joe and covers him, but Page pulls the referee out of the ring to stop the count! Page gets the world title and hits Strickland in the head. Strickland gets up but Page hits him again with the title. Page continues with his Buckshot Lariat on Joe. Page follows up with a second buckshot lariat and covers him, but the referee is still knocked out. A new referee comes to count, but Joe fights back. Page tries a third buckshot, but Joe converts it into a coquina clutch. Strickland splashes Page to break up the submission. Nana gives Strickland the crown, but Strickland refuses. Joe looks to surprise Strickland with his finisher, but Strickland knocks him down in a quick count and Page hits the referee! Page starts punching the referee and throws him out of the ring! Page comes in with his buckshot on Joe, but Strickland surprises him with a buckshot. Strickland continues his JML Driver, but Joe takes Strickland out of the ring with a suplex. Joe grabs Page to apply the Coquina Clutch and Page Taps.

Winner: Samoa Joe via submission

– AEW announces their next PPV “Dynasty” on April 21, 2024

– We present a video about the Sting storyline.

– Ric Flair arrives at ringside for the main event and next up is Ricky The Dragon Steamboat as he will be in charge of the bell.

– Sting performs a special video showcasing his career. Sting announces that it's show time… for the last time. Sting comes in and his two sons accompany him to the ring in old Sting clothes.

AEW World Tag Team Championship – Tornado Match

Young Bucks (Matthew and Nicholas Jackson) versus Sting and Darby Allin (c), accompanied by Sting's sons

At the end of the fight, Darby places Matthew on a glass plate at the bottom of the ring. Darby climbs to the top of the ladder and lunges at Swanton, but Matthews avoids the jump and Darby crashes into the glass. Darby is bleeding and the doctors come to take care of him.

The Young Bucks attack Sting for two, but Sting manages to gain the advantage. Sting puts Matthew on a table and climbs a ladder, but Bucks powerbombs him through a table. Sting stands up immediately! Sting hits the Bucks, but they throw him through a plate of glass into the corner! Matthew follows with a Scorpion Death Drop on Sting to cover him, but he resists two. Nicholas goes to grab a chair, but Steamboat tries to stop him. The Bucks attack Steamboat! Ric Flair comes into the ring to make sure Sting is okay. Matthew goes to hit Sting with a belt, but Flair protects Sting. The Bucks hit a double superkick on Flair!

Sting gets up but Matthew hits him with the title to cover him but Sting still fights back! The Bucks wait for Sting to get up and hit a double superkick. Sting hasn't fallen yet! Sting clotheslines both of them and hits a Scorpion Death Drop on Matthew to cover him, but Nicholas blocks the count. The Bucks do their EVP tripper on Sting to cover him, but he still fights back! The Bucks are angry. The Bucks attack and cover Sting for another EVP trigger, but Sting fights back! Sting demands more. The Bucks hit a double superkick on Sting. The Bucks prepare for their pile driver, but Darby comes back and knocks Nicholas out of the ring through a table. Sting performs his Scorpion Death Drop on Matthew and covers him, but he fights back for two. Darby follows with a coffin drop on Matthew. Sting continues with his Scorpion Death Lock to make Matthew tap out!

Winners: Sting and Darby Allin – Still Champions

– After the fight, Sting and Darby celebrate the victory. Darby takes the microphone and asks the crowd to applaud for Sting. The crowd chants “Thank you Sting.” Sting thanks the fans in town. Sting says he's been thanking us since 1988, the first world title fight against Ric Flair. Greensboro has been great from '88 to now. He just wanted to experience a night that wrestling fans will never forget. An evening that we will remember for many years to come. And it is an evening that he will never forget. The crowd chants “Thanks, Sting.” Sting says he has his best partner ever, Darby Allin, to thank. He doesn't know how many stitches Darby will need. Darby says he was willing to die for Sting's final match. Sting says he too took risks when he was younger, but he still takes them today. The show therefore ends while the PPV time slot is exceeded.

The post-PPV video of Sting continuing his celebrations and chatting with fans is available in this article.

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