At AEW Revolution 2023, the Long Island star MJF will make his first PPV defence of the AEW world championship, and he will use the opportunity to settle his differences with Bryan Danielson.
MJF had already angered Danielson by attacking William Regal, Danielson’s coach, after beating the Blackpool Combat Club to win the world championship at last year’s Full Gear. AEW World Champion MJF takes part in an Iron Man battle lasting the full 60 minutes for the first time in his career. Most of the wrestling community agrees that his opponent, Bryan Danielson, is the greatest in the business. The brash MJF will show that he is capable of defeating “the American Dragon” at AEW Revolution on March 5 in San Francisco.
Before the Revolution, MJF made Danielson face off against a number of fighters as a sort of preparation. In the meantime, he has been relatively cautious.
He has expended all of his vitality bragging about how wonderful he is and how much better he is than Danielson. Danielson let loose on the final episode of AEW Dynamite, promising MJF that the latter would not leave the Chase Center as a winner.
Time, station, and card information for Revolution can be found below.
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Live Broadcast: AEW Revolution 2023 Live
Date and time of AEW Revolution 2023
- Date: 5 March, Sunday.
- Starting Time: 7:00 p.m. (ET)
- Main Event: 8:00 p.m. (ET)
The AEW Revolution 2023 Buy-In Show will commence at 7:00 p.m. ET, followed by the main event at 8:00 p.m. ET. On average, the card should function for four hours.
Where is AEW Revolution 2023 held?
Located at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California, is where AEW Revolution 2023 will be held.
AEW Revolution 2023 Top 3 fight Preview
The first All Elite Wrestling PPV of 2023 has arrived, and it promises to be a massive event. On Sunday, March 5th, live from San Francisco, California, AEW will broadcast the third instalment of its Revolution event series.
The main event of the night will be an Iron Man battle between AEW Champion MJF and Bryan Danielson, which will last for at least an hour of the show’s scheduled two-and-a-half hours.
There will also be a match for the AEW Women’s Championship, with Jamie Hayter defending against Ruby Soho and Saraya (the former Paige).
Other title fights on the card include The Gunns defending the AEW World Tag Team Titles against The Acclaimed, Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett, Danhausen and Orange Cassidy, Samoa Joe defending the AEW TNT Title against Wardlow, Jamie Hayter defending the AEW Women’s World Title against Saraya and Rubo Soho, and The Elite vs. The House of Black for the AEW World Trios Titles.
The remainder of the card features several rematches between feuding wrestlers, such as Chris Jericho and Ricky Starks, Christian Cage and “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry, and Jon Moxley and “Hangman” Adam Page in a Texas Deathmatch.
Likewise, the rivalry between Hangman Adam Page and Jon Moxley will reach a climax in a Texas Deathmatch, which promises to be a bloody spectacle. And when Ricky Starks and Chris Jericho finally square off, with the JAS barred from ringside, they hope to finally put an end to their rivalry.
Iron Man Match for AEW World Title: MJF (c) vs. Bryan Danielson (60 Minutes)
Although MJF’s abilities behind the mic are obvious, the AEW Champion is eager to see if he can hold his own in the ring.
A good method to test oneself would be to compete against Bryan Danielson, widely considered the best technical wrestler in the world.
As MJF defeated Jon Moxley for the AEW Championship at Full Gear, this will be his first PPV championship defence. With MJF’s championship defence just getting started, this should be a thrilling matchup that MJF finds a way to win.
Match for the AEW Tag Team Championship: The Gunns (c) vs. The Acclaimed vs. Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett vs. Orange Cassidy & Danhaussen
When the Gunns defeated The Acclaimed for the AEW Tag Team Championship last month, they shocked the wrestling world.
Since The Acclaimed are one of AEW’s most popular acts, it was perplexing to see them stripped of their titles and then forced to exercise their rematch clause in a multi-team match instead of insisting on a two-on-two battle with The Gunns.
It’s a toss-up, but keeping the Gunns might be the best option.
The Gunners will win, according to our forecast.
Texas Death Match: Jon Moxley vs. “Hangman,” Adam Page
After Page suffered a concussion and memory loss during their fight on October 18, he became bitter toward his opponent.
On November 30, Page finally confronted Moxley, setting in motion another fight between the two that Page ultimately won on January 11. Moxley won their third battle with a flash pin on February 1 to even the score at two wins apiece.
Due to the controversial nature of Moxley’s victory, Revolution has scheduled a fourth bout between the two, this time a Texas Death Match. Expect a lot of gore and fireworks at this one.
Prediction: Adam Page’s will win the match
Full Match Card of AEW Revolution 2023
- For the AEW World Championship, MJF (c) will face Bryan Danielson in a 60-minute Iron Man battle.
- Four-way tag team match for the AEW World Tag Team Championship: The Gunns (Austin and Colten Gunn) vs. The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens and Max Caster) vs.
- Texas Death match: “Hangman,” Adam Page vs. Jon Moxley
- Singles battle for the AEW TNT Championship: Samoa Joe (c) vs. Wardlow
- No-holds-barred match: Jungleboy Jack Perry vs. Christian Cage
- Match for the AEW Trilogy Championship: The Elite vs. House of Black
- Match: Chris Jericho vs. Ricky Starks
- Match: Jamie Hayter vs. Ruby Soho vs. Saraya