All Elite Wrestling's next big pay-per-view event has been announced, with the promotion heading to their spiritual Chicago, Illinois home for Revolution on 29 February 2020.
Rather than hitting their usual Sears Center venue, AEW have opted for the 10,387-capacity Wintrust Arena. Revolution was announced during last night's Dynamite broadcast with tickets on sale from 20 December.
This was one of a few newsworthy Dynamite developments. Others include MJF accepting last week's challenge for a match with Cody, but not before he names his own stipulations in Jacksonville, FL on 1 January, and The Young Bucks defeating Proud and Powerful in a Texas Street Fight main event, earning themselves a shot at SoCal Uncensored's AEW World Tag Team Championships. That bout goes own on 18 December.
The addition leaves next week's Dynamite card looking like this:-
AEW World Tag Team Championships: SoCal Uncensored (c) vs. The Young Bucks
Kenny Omega and Hangman Page vs. The Lucha Brothers
Kris Statlander vs. Britt Baker
Non-Title Match: AEW World Champion Chris Jericho vs. Jungle Boy
Plenty to look forward to from AEW, then, with the Revolution pay-per-view giving the company a clearer direction for building matches, storylines, and feuds. Perhaps we'll see Cody vs. MJF on 29 February?
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