AEW Revolution notes: Wardlow assists CM Punk, new Women’s Title design, Don Callis

Wardlow helps CM Punk beat MJF, Britt Baker debuted a new AEW Women's World Title, Don Callis appears, Jade Cargill's special entrance & more

The conclusion of CM Punk and MJF’s ‘Dog Collar’ match saw MJF calling for Wardlow to come to the ringside area. When Wardlow arrived, it appeared that he had forgotten to bring MJF’s dynamite diamond ring. Soon after, MJF ended up falling into a pile of thumbtacks and then Wardlow located the diamond ring which was in his other coat pocket. He then left it to CM Punk and Punk scored the win. Wardlow won the Face of the Revolution Ladder match and is going to be challenging for the TNT Title.

Additional notes from the CM Punk versus MJF bout is that Punk came out to AFI’s ‘Miseria Cantare’, which is the theme song he used in Ring of Honor.

Kip Sabian was seated in the front row of this match. Sabian had his signature box over his head while the talents were competing. Sabian’s last match in AEW was on the 3/31 Dynamite in 2021.

Britt Baker sported a newly designed AEW Women’s World Title to the ring. She was able to defeat Thunder Rosa to retain after receiving assistance from Jamie Hayter and Rebel. This coming Wednesday on Dynamite, Leyla Hirsch is taking on Thunder Rosa in a #1 contender’s match.

The AEW World Championship remained in Hangman Adam Page’s possession. He picked up a win over Adam Cole in the main event.

On The BUY-IN pre-show, Don Callis appeared for an in-ring interview with Tony Schiavone. Callis predicted that Adam Cole would become AEW World Champion and stated that he would be a good transitional champion for when Kenny Omega returns.

Jade Cargill was able to defeat Tay Conti to hold onto the TBS Title. Jade is now 29-0 in AEW and she was played to the ring by guitarist Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram.

During the Face of the Revolution Ladder match, Danhausen got involved and stopped Ricky Starks from climbing a ladder.

On The BUY-IN, HOOK improved his record to 6-0 after submitting QT Marshall.

Opening up the pay-per-view was Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus retaining the AEW World Tag Team Championships over The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) and reDRagon (Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish).

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