This Saturday night, All Elite Wrestling will be putting on their first pay-per-view of the year when they take over the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois for Revolution.
AEW has certainly stacked the show with several rather exciting match-ups, with Jon Moxley vs. Chris Jericho for the World title being one of the promotion’s most highly-anticipated matches to date.
Yesterday, AEW confirmed two more matches for the show, including a singles bout for Darby Allin and a Nyla Rose Women’s title defence.
However, many fans are expecting to see a few surprises on the show, with even a former Impact Wrestling Champion appearing for the promotion for the very first time.
Despite his wife strongly denying that he had signed, many fans have speculated that we may see Cage appear at Revolution as a shock debut.
However, it has been revealed that Brian Cage will be hosting an AEW Revolution pay-per-view party in Manteca, California. For those who aren’t aware, it takes around four hours to fly from California to Chicago.
Unless the viewing party is cancelled, this seems to confirm that Brian Cage WILL NOT be debuting for AEW on Saturday night.
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Speaking of former Impact Wrestling stars not debuting for the company, Matt Hardy is not legally allowed to appear for AEW at Revolution.
The former tag team champion is expected to join AEW when his WWE deal expires, but he will still be under contract with Vince McMahon’s company until the day after Revolution.