With the final AEW pay-per-view of 2020 in the books, we turn towards the future and see how AEW Revolution 2021 might shape up.
AEW Full Gear 2020 is in the books, and it stands out as one of the top events AEW has ever had. However, the focus now turns to the road towards AEW Revolution 2021.
We’ve still got a little over three months to go before AEW presents their first pay-per-view of the new year on February 27, 2021. While there are definitely things happening right now, AEW seems committed to some big episodes of AEW Dynamite in the coming weeks.
They’ve already announced that Kenny Omega, who defeated “Hangman” Adam Page at AEW Full Gear to earn a shot at the AEW World Championship, will get that opportunity against Jon Moxley on the December 2 episode of AEW Dynamite.
We also had seeds of an Eddie Kingston vs. PAC match last week on AEW Dynamite. It’s unlikely AEW continues to draw that one-on-one collision out all the way to AEW Revolution 2021, but that doesn’t mean it won’t influence the event.
AEW has pretty consistently stuck to a total of nine matches during recent pay-per-view events, usually one relegated to The Buy-In. It’s not clear which of these might get that bump, as all merit inclusion on the main card in their own right.
While a lot of things can change between now and February, current and past rivalries can give us an indication of how things might go. Here’s a look at just how AEW Revolution 2021 might come together.