Update: Rebel has been removed from the tag team Buy In match. Britt Baker’s partner ended up becoming Maki Itoh.
AEW’s first pay-per-view of the year, Revolution, kicks off in just a few hours. The card features the winner of the AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament, Ryo Mizunami, challenging the champion Hikaru Shida for the title. Plus, Thunder Rosa and Riho team up to face Britt Baker and Reda/Rebel on the Buy-In.
Thunder Rosa and Britt Baker’s rivalry is still very much alive and could very easily dominate the match. This match is Riho’s first pay-per-view match for AEW since Full Gear in 2019. There is also a chance that Reba/Rebel may not be able to compete due to injury. If that is the case, then Baker will pick a new partner. Will we get a surprise early on?
Ryo Mizunami was the surprise winner of the AEW women’s title tournament and will face Shida for the belt. Mizunami impressed in the competition, defeating the formidable Aja Kong and Nyla Rose en route to the pay-per-view. But she will have to be at her absolute best to beat the most excellent Hikaru Shida. Does Mizunami have what it takes to dethrone the promotion’s longest-reigning champion?
For a more in-depth dive into the matches on the card, check out our AEW Revolution Preview and Predictions video below;
Who do you think is leaving AEW Revolution as the Women’s Champion? Let us know in the comments below, and feel free to use them in throughout the show.