All Elite Wrestling President Tony Khan recently spoke out about why a certain gimmick match had to be removed from the highly-anticipated Revolution pay-per-view. AEW has been known to put on stacked cards for all of its pay-per-view events. However, Khan’s ambitious booking style has received some criticism due to the length of the shows. This year’s Revolution event had to remove a match due to time constraints.

During a recent media call ahead of the pay-per-view, Khan explained to Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Max Everett why the Face of the Revolution ladder match had to be preponed to the preceding Dynamite episode. According to Khan, the decision was made to accommodate a 60-minute Iron Man main event and its effects on the rest of the card.

“I asked Tony Khan on today’s #AEWRevolution media call about booking a 60-minute Iron Man main event, it’s effect on the rest of the card and last night’s #AEWDynamite…. He confirmed that it necessitated the preponement of the Face of the Revolution ladder match…”

Many fans are eagerly awaiting the Revolution pay-per-view, which promises to be an exciting and entertaining event. However, Khan’s decision to remove a match has sparked some speculation about how the show will turn out. Despite this, AEW fans can still expect a thrilling night of action from the talented roster of performers.


What are your thoughts on Tony Khan’s decision to remove the Face of the Revolution ladder match from AEW’s upcoming Revolution pay-per-view? Do you think this was a wise decision considering the potential length of the show? Share your opinions and feedback in the comments below.

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