And that's that. We just watched the AEW Revolution 2023 live streams (results are below, too), and the rest of this article, as originally published, follows below:
And while we've got our eyes on a huge main event, they're also the clock as well. Because, at least on paper, Revolution looks like a different kind of AEW PPV.
Date: Today (Sunday, March 5)
Time: AEW Revolution begins at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT / 1 a.m. GMT
Pre-show: 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT / 12 a.m. BST
Watch on: Bleacher Report in the U.S. and Fite TV abroad
AEW booker Tony Khan has apparently gone for a less-is-more approach, at least in terms of the number of matches. Revolution has only 8 matches on the card at the moment, because one is the 60-minute Ironman match between AEW World Champion MJF and Bryan Danielson.
Admittedly, the build to this match — and everything since William Regal betrayed Jon Moxley at Full Gear — has been m-m-m-mid. But this is a Bryan Danielson Ironman match. There's no way it can disappoint, right?
Speaking of disappointments: The Gunns. Billy Gunn's sons are possibly the most hated men in All Elite Wrestling, and they're defending their tag titles in a bizarre match. Their challengers are former champs The Acclaimed, the TNA duo of Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett and the very whatever and very evil tandem of Orange Cassidy and Danhausen.
Aside from that, our most anticipated matches are Moxley vs Hanger in a Texas Death Match and House of Black vs The Elite. Other than that, we need Tony Khan to not put the AEW Women's Championship on the social media mess that is Saraya.
Here's everything you need to know to get an AEW Revolution live stream
How to watch AEW Revolution 2023 live streams from anywhere on Earth
On the go? Can't watch AEW Revolution live streams with the app you want to? You're not out of luck. With a virtual private network, or VPN, you can appear to be surfing the web from your home town (or anywhere else), and access the streaming services of your choice.
Here's how easy it is to stream from anywhere in the world:
1. Get a VPN (we recommend ExpressVPN as the best out there)
2. Connect to the location you want to stream from
3. Use your usual streaming service and watch like normal
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How to watch AEW Revolution 2023 live streams in the U.S.
The Bleacher Report app has apps on Roku and mobile devices, and can be watched on the web. Bleacher Report's Fire TV app is there, and they finally added an Apple tvOS app.
How to watch AEW Revolution 2023 live streams in the UK, Canada and beyond are cheaper
So, herein lies the point where many American fans will wonder "what the heck!?" International fans have a different solution. Cheaper rates — which often vary based around conversions — can sometimes found in Canada, the UK and Australia.
For this instance, we'll break things down thusly. Folks in Canada should go to DAZN Canada, which charges $49.99 CAD for this PPV.
The better pricing is found on DAZN around the world. The show costs:
Also, as pointed out by a friend in the UK, not only is Fite TV is selling AEW Revolution live streams around the world in other territories.
The UK pricing for FITE should match the above.
AEW Revolution match card, predictions and results
Predicted winners are listed in bold text.
The winners will be listed following each match.
- MJF (c) vs. Bryan Danielson in a 60-minute Iron Man match for the AEW World Championship
- The Gunns (c) vs. The Acclaimed vs. Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett vs. Orange Cassidy and Danhausen for AEW Tag Team Championship match
The Gunns (c) won
- Jon Moxley vs. "Hangman" Adam Page in a Texas Death match
"Hangman" Adam Page won
- Chris Jericho vs Ricky Starks (JAS banned from ringside)
Ricky Starks won
- Jamie Hayter (c) vs. Saraya vs. Ruby Soho for the AEW Women's Championship
Jamie Hayter (c) won
- Samoa Joe (c) vs Wardlow for the AEW TNT Championship match
- The House of Black vs. The Elite (c) vs. AEW Trios Championship match
The House of Black won
- "Jungle Boy" Jack Perry vs Christian Cage in The Final Burial match
"Jungle Boy" Jack Perry won
- The Varsity Athletes (Tony Nese and Josh Woods with Smart Mark Sterling) and Ari Daivari vs Mark Briscoe and the Lucha Brothers in a Trios match on the Revolution Zero Hour pre-show
Mark Briscoe and the Lucha Brothers won
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Henry is a managing editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.