AEW just finished up their pay-per-view, Revolution. The finish to the show left much more to be desired. Miro agreed with this sentiment as well.
AEW’s Revolution started strong showcasing the incredible skills of Jericho, MJF, and The Young Bucks. The show was also highlighted by Sting and Darby Allin vs Brian Cage and Ricky Starks giving Sting a cinematic match he always deserved.
The pay-per-view finished up with the much awaited match of Kenny Omega vs Jon Moxley in an exploding barbed wire death match.
While the match started great and even continued to be great until the final countdown started for the entire ring to explode (as stated in the rules), it ended horribly.
The “explosion” looked like nothing more than some sparklers coming out of the ring posts and some smoke bombs from around the ring. When I saw it, I laughed because I was so confused.
This embarrassment could have been alleviated if the announcement team didn’t say how the “explosion” made everything warm in the arena and the fact that an EMT ran to the ring to check on a passed out Eddie Kingston (who protected Moxley from the “explosion”)
Miro seemed to have agreed with all of this as he stated on Twitter: “Lmao @KennyOmegamanX is such a bad engineer! #AEWRevolution” Fans also thought the ending was awful by the looks of Miro’s comment section.
As I stated, this all would have been great if the announcement team would have said something about it being a plot by Omega and Kingston and Moxley looking around like nothing happened rather than everyone selling this heavily.
— Miro (@ToBeMiro) March 8, 2021