AEW’s Revolution will air live on Pay-Per-View from Chicago’s Wintrust Arena on Saturday, February 29 and the seven-match card is stacked from top to bottom with compelling stories and matches that are sure to be some of the most competitive we’ve seen from AEW yet.

Below are my compiled statistics and notes for each match. Of course, these data points and more can always be found at SportOfProWrestling.com/AEW and you can follow me on Twitter @TheChrisSamsa for live statistical nuggets during each episode of AEW Dynamite and during other big wrestling events.

AEW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
CHRIS JERICHO (C) v. JON MOXLEY

  • Jon Moxley’s 10 match winning streak heading into AEW Revolution is the longest in company history. The last singles match that he didn’t win was on October 23rd when his match with Pac ended in a time limit draw.
  • Jon Moxley’s 8 singles wins over the last 90 days are best in the league, five greater than Cody, Joey Janela, and Sammy Guevara, each with three.
  • Chris Jericho’s 21:22 average winning match time is the highest in AEW, over 9 minutes longer than Moxley.
  • Jericho and Moxley are the undefeated only singles competitors left in AEW who have participated in more than two matches.

AEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
KENNY OMEGA & HANGMAN PAGE (C) v. THE YOUNG BUCKS

  • The Young Bucks 3:34:16 of ring time is the longest for any tag team in AEW, Kenny Omega and Hangman Page’s 2:14:04 is sixth highest in the league.
  • Omega and Page’s 6-1 record over the last 90 days is best in AEW. The Young Bucks are 4-2 over the same time period, tied with SCU for second best record during that time period.
  • The Young Bucks average losing match time of 17:13 is the longest amongst tag teams in AEW. The Bucks also hold the second longest average winning match time at 16:01, behind only The Lucha Brothers.

AEW WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
NYLA ROSE (C) v. KRIS STATLANDER

  • Nyla Rose’s three match winning streak is currently the longest amongst women in AEW.
  • Kris Statlander’s 5-1 record over the last 90 days is the best in AEW.
  • Nyla Rose’s 1:47:01 of singles ring time is the highest in AEW, almost a full hour more than Statlander’s 49:27
  • Nyla Rose’s 3:25 win-loss differential is the best in AEW.

MJF v. CODY

  • Cody and MJF both enter their match with four match winning streaks in tact, tied for second best in AEW behind only Jon Moxley.
  • Only Cody and Jon Moxley have more singles wins over the last 180 days than MJF’s five.

DARBY ALLIN v. SAMMY GUEVARA

  • Sammy Guevara’s -5 fall differential is fourth-worst in AEW, only better than Peter Avalon, Marko Stunt, and Brandon Cutler.
  • Darby Allin’s win-loss differential of 5:38 is third-best in AEW, behind only Cody and Kenny Omega.



JAKE HAGER v. DUSTIN RHODES

  • Jake Hager and Dustin Rhodes have faced each other 36 times in their past with Dustin holding a strong advantage at 32-4 overall and 1-0 in singles competition.

ORANGE CASSIDY v. PAC

  • This will be Orange Cassidy’s first singles match in AEW.
  • Pac is 1-0 in matches against Orange Cassidy. He teamed with The Hybrid 2 to defeat Best Friends and Orange Cassidy on the December 17th episode of AEW Dark.