AEW Revolution Results Sting emerges victorious from his retirement bout

AEW Revolution Results Sting emerges victorious from his retirement bout; New international champion


AEW presented Revolution from Greensboro, North Carolina on Sunday night with Sting's retirement match as the main event of the evening. Below you will find the results.

Zero Hour (Pre-Show)

The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster), Daddy Ass, Switchblade Jay White, Austin & Colten Gunn via Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh, Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen) & Willie Mack (with Karen Jarrett & Sonjay) . Bun)

Kris Statlander & Willow Nightingale (with Stokely Hathaway) on Julia Hart & Skye Blue


Christian Cage (w/The Patriarchy) retained the TNT Championship against Daniel Garcia with the help of Nick Wayne.

Eddie Kingston defeats Bryan Danielson to retain the continental crown. Then Danielson shook Kingston's hand.

Wardlow defeated Powerhouse Hobbs, Chris Jericho, Lance Archer, HOOK, Brian Cage, Magnus and Dante Martin in the All Star Scramble to earn a starting opportunity after bombarding Martin.

Roderick Strong defeated Orange Cassidy to win the International Championship after attacking his back during the match and finishing him off with “End of Heartache” at the end.

Mike Bennett and Matt Taven came to the ring to celebrate and put Strong on their shoulders when Kyle O'Reilly appeared. He hugged Strong while Bennett gave him his Undisputed Kingdom t-shirt, but O'Reilly refused and whispered something to Strong before leaving alone.

Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli defeated FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler) by double submission.

Toni Storm defended the women's championship against Deonna Purazzo with the help of Maria May.

Will Ospreay defeats Takeshita in a tremendous fight.

Samoa Joe retained the 3-Way Championship against Swerve Strickland and Hangman Page. At one point, Swerve refused to use Nana's crown to cheat. Then Page attacked the referee. Joe hits Hangman with a Coquina Clutch for the win.

They announce the AEW Dynasty Pay Per View on April 21st.

In the main event, retired Sting and Darby Allin fight for the Young Bucks. Ric Flair was on the outskirts and Ricky Steamboat was the timekeeper. Sting's two sons came out dressed as Surfer Sting and Wolfpack Sting, both of whom also took part in the first part of the fight.

At one point in the fight, Darby Allin threw himself from the height of a ladder onto a glass standing on some chairs, causing him to bleed from his back. Sting, for his part, was thrown through tables and glass twice.

The Bucks wanted to take advantage of the championship, but Steamboat stopped them and later received superkicks. Flair tried to help Sting after throwing him into the glass, but he also got kicked. In the end, Darby returns and shortly after gets the Coffin Drop, followed by the Scorpion Death Drop for the victory.

Confetti falls and Sting then thanked those in attendance to end the show.