AEW fans were in for a thrilling and memorable night at the Revolution pay-per-view event on Sunday, where a special match called the Final Burial took place. In order to ensure that this match went off without a hitch, AEW brought in a specialist to set up and execute the casket for the stipulation match.

According to PWInsider, the specialist in question was Ellis Edwards, a seasoned stuntman who has worked with WWE in the past. Edwards was responsible for setting up the casket and ensuring that it was safe and secure for the match between Jungle Boy and Christian Cage. The Final Burial match was an intense and brutal affair, with the casket playing a pivotal role in the outcome of the match.

The match saw Perry emerge victorious after he managed to trap Cage in the casket and secure the lid shut, effectively burying his opponent alive. The Final Burial match was a unique and exciting addition to the AEW pay-per-view event, and fans were on the edge of their seats throughout the entire match.

The use of a casket in a wrestling match is always a risky proposition but Edwards’ expertise and experience helped to minimize the potential dangers and make the match a success.


Overall, the Final Burial match was a highlight of the AEW Revolution pay-per-view event and showcased the creativity and innovation that the company is known for. By bringing in specialists like Ellis Edwards, AEW is able to push the boundaries of what is possible in professional wrestling and deliver unforgettable moments that keep fans coming back for more.

What did you think of the Final Burial match at the AEW Revolution pay-per-view event and the use of a specialist like Ellis Edwards to set up and execute the casket? Do you think this type of match adds excitement to professional wrestling or do you find it too risky and controversial? We would love to hear your thoughts and opinions, so please share them in the comment section below.

Steve Carrier

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