Tony Khan’s AEW put out one of the most stellar shows in the history of the company with tonight’s AEW Revolution, which looked to be promising with its pre-determined match card and the action kicking off the night.

The first two major matches on the night were a clear indication of the fast-paced action that was to be expected throughout the night.

Christian Cage went to war with the young upstart Daniel Garcia to retain his AEW TNT championship, while on the other hand, veterans Bryan Danielson and Eddie Kingston tore down the house in a hard-hitting classic wrestling bout, with Kingston emerging victorious and retaining his AEW Triple Crown title.

However, it was noticed at multiple intervals during those two matches that AEW Revolution’s viewing experience for people watching on Bleacher Report had some technical issues. AEW President Tony Khan took to his X to announce amidst the show that their app had been fixed to continue viewing for a better experience, while the PPV was available to watch on Triller as well.


“Thank you all watching #AEWRevolution tonight For anyone with issues ordering on @BleacherReport, I understand BR’s app has now fixed the issue on most platforms + just to ensure everyone can view the ppv, we’ve now been cleared to offer Revolution on @FiteTV in the US as well!”

It was surely a huge roadblock for AEW and its loyal viewers to experience glitches during the ongoing telecast of a major show, but in the end, the technical managed to clear the issues for the audience watching around the world.

What are your thoughts about AEW Revolution experiencing technical issues amid the ongoing live telecast? Sound off in the comments!

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