AEW Revolution 2021: Way too early full match card prediction

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NJPW, Kenny Omega, AEW Revolution
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AEW World Championship

AEW World Championship Four-Way Dance: Kenny Omega (c) vs. Adam Page vs. Eddie Kingston vs. PAC

This could turn out to be the most chaotic AEW World Championship match we’ve ever seen, and it would also be the first time the title was defended outside of a standard singles contest. While we’ve had stipulations like No Holds Barred and I Quit, we haven’t seen more than one man challenge for the title in a single match.

The AEW World Championship scene seems more packed than ever, and that might finally change at AEW Revolution. Kenny Omega seems poised to take the title from Jon Moxley in a few short weeks on AEW Dynamite, and “Hangman” Adam Page will surely be looking to target his former partner and take back the title he’s so desperately sought.

Meanwhile, Eddie Kingston and PAC are at odds over The Lucha Brothers and the tensions between them will likely take quite a few weeks. While we’ll probably see Kingston and PAC take each other in singles competition on AEW Dynamite, that doesn’t mean the issues between them will necessarily be solved that night.

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On top of that, PAC has unfinished business with Kenny Omega and Kingston will do anything for another shot at being champion. As AEW Revolution starts to near, they could also put their focus on the title and set this epic match into motion in what would be an unforgettable main event for AEW Revolution.