AEW Revolution Betting Odds, Kingston And Jericho Comment On Their Match, NJPW Ratings | Fight Size

Here is your fight size update for Friday, March 4, 2022.

- The latest betting odds for AEW Revolution courtesy of BetOnline.AG shows that a title change is not favored in the main event.

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AEW World Championship Match Winner

Hangman Page (c) -600 (1/6)

Adam Cole +350 (7/2)

AEW Women's World Championship Match Winner

Thunder Rosa -350 (2/7)

Britt Baker (c) +225 (9/4)

TBS Championship Match Winner

Jade Cargill (c) -1500 (1/15)

Tay Conti +600 (6/1)

AEW World Tag Team Championship Match Winner

Jurassic Express (c) -120 (5/6)

reDRagon +180 (9/5)

The Young Bucks +225 (9/4)

Dog Collar Match Winner

CM Punk -270 (10/27)

MJF +180 (9/5)

Singles Match Winner

Bryan Danielson -140 (5/7)

Jon Moxley EVEN (1/1)

Singles Match Winner

Eddie Kingston -400 (1/4)

Chris Jericho +250 (5/2)

Face of the Revolution Ladder Match Winner

Keith Lee -175 (4/7)

Ricky Starks +400 (4/1)

Orange Cassidy +500 (5/1)

Wardlow +700 (7/1)

Powerhouse Hobbs +800 (8/1)

Christian Cage +1000 (10/1)

Ethan Page +1200 (12/1)

Singles Match Winner

Hook -1000 (1/10)

QT Marshall +500 (5/1)

Singles Match Winner

Kris Statlander -170 (10/17)

Leyla Hirsch +130 (13/10)

Tornado Tag Team Match Winner

Sammy Guevara & Sting & Darby Allin -400 (1/4)

A.H.F.O. +250 (5/2)

- According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, The first first-run episode of New Japan Pro Wrestling since 2019, last night on AXS, was watched by 71,000 viewers on average, including 16,000 aged 18 to 49, for a 0.01 P18-49 rating. This is in line with what the reruns were achieving. This week, viewership was up 34% but the key demo was down 33%.


- Speaking with Inside The Ropes, Eddie Kingston explains why he was not excited to fight Chris Jericho. Eddie Kingston, like any good wrestler, wants to face the World Champion first and foremost.

“No, I wasn’t excited, I wanted to fight Hangman [Page], I want to fight whoever the World Champion is. But now as time has gone on, I am more and more excited about fighting Jericho, of course I am, it’s Chris Jericho. I’m not saying that I am not a fan but you know what I mean? That guy has been all over the world and if I can learn from something from anyone or get something out of them, it’s Chris Jericho. If I can’t, then what I am doing?”

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- Speaking with Sports Illustrated, Chris Jericho explain why his match with Eddie Kingston this Sunday means more as much as a title match:

Title matches are important, but there are certain matches that mean just as much as winning a title. I’ve said that Eddie Kingston doesn’t believe in himself enough to win the big one. Every match he’s had—Moxley, Punk, Miro—they’re all great matches, but he lost them all. I don’t think he should have lost them all. I’m trying to help Eddie Kingston get over this fear of success by giving him another opportunity to beat that. And I know a lot of people might not like to hear it, but beating Chris Jericho is bigger than beating Miro; it’s bigger than beating Jon Moxley and it’s bigger than beating CM Punk. I think Eddie Kingston can do it, but his lack of self-confidence is a killer. I don’t think he believes he can do it. He’s already made his mark in AEW. People love every time he’s on the mike. But if you want people to take you seriously, you have to win some of these big matches.

I just don’t know if he’s playing Eddie Kingston, or if he really is Eddie Kingston. There’s a big difference. So we’ll see if he can win the big one. Eddie acts cool and like he doesn’t give a s--- about anything, but watch the promo segment back. When I said he doesn’t believe he can win the big one, look at his face. The great Eddie Kingston, the loudmouth from New York, had nothing to say. Maybe he believes I’m right.

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- The return of Mystery Science Theater 3000 for a new 13th season will kick off with 1969's Santo In The Treasure Of Dracula.

- Rick Boogs and Shinsuke Nakamura go hiking in the all-new Toyota Tundra

- Here's the updated lineup for WWE's return to Madison Square Garden tomorrow night, March 5:

*WWE Champion Brock Lesnar vs. TBD

*WWE Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Rhea Ripley.

*Ronda Rousey & Naomi vs. WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair & Sonya Deville.

*WWE Smackdown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. Big E & Kofi Kingston.

*WWE United States Champion Finn Balor's first title defense vs. Damian Priest.

*WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Alpha Academy vs. RK-Bro.

*Also advertised are Drew McIntyre, Seth Rollins, AJ Styles, Sasha Banks, and more.

- A stupendous mural is unveiled in Dallas to celebrate the site of WrestleMania 38

- When the market closed WWE stock traded at $58.69 per share.

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