AEW Revolution 2021: Way too early full match card prediction

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Proud ‘n’ Powerful, aka Santana and Ortiz, stand tall atop the AEW ramp (photo courtesy of AEW) /

AEW Tag Team Championship

AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: The Young Bucks (c) vs. Proud ‘n’ Powerful

Despite all the obstacles in their path, self-imposed and otherwise, The Young Bucks emerged from AEW Full Gear 2020 as the new AEW World Tag Team Champions by defeating FTR in a match that somehow managed to live up to the hype. While we could see FTR try to take back their titles, it’s unlikely AEW will end The Young Bucks’ reign so soon after they’ve won the belts.

Instead, they should be taking on a team that is long overdue a title run of their own. Proud ‘n’ Powerful have continued to prove themselves since arriving in AEW, but have been relatively overshadowed by The Inner Circle. At AEW Revolution, we might finally see Santana and Ortiz step away from that shadow and capture some gold of their own against the veteran champions.

The Inner Circle needs a clear leader

Four-Way Dance for Control of The Inner Circle: Chris Jericho vs. MJF vs. Wardlow vs. Sammy Guevara

Things look shakier than ever in The Inner Circle after MJF defeated Chris Jericho at AEW Full Gear to bring himself and Wardlow into the fold. Tensions are already bubbling not just between MJF and the group, but have been for some time between MJF and Wardlow.

This could all come to a head at AEW Revolution with one match to determine the true and definitive leader of The Inner Circle. Rather than just running back a simple rematch between Jericho and MJF, this could become a true power struggle with Wardlow and Guevara also leveraging a claim for what could be a chaotic Four-Way Dance.