Scorpio Sky Couldn't Turn Down AEW Revolution Ladder Match, Even Coming Off Torn Meniscus

Scorpio Sky hasn't wrestled since January 19 (taped on January 7) AEW Dark, but he's in line for a big opportunity at AEW Revolution.

AEW recently announced the Face of the Revolution ladder match for AEW Revolution, a six-man ladder match where the winner receives a shot at the TNT Championship. The first three participants announced were Cody Rhodes, Penta El Zero M, and Scorpio Sky.

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Speaking on his Wrestling With The Week podcast, Sky discussed taking such a match despite coming off a torn meniscus.

"First match back coming off a torn meniscus. I like to dive into the deep water and see if I can swim without getting wet. People like to think of things today as a TV business and the TV matches are most important. As an old school guy, pay-per-view is where it's at and I'm excited to be back on pay-per-view in a marquee match. It's a huge opportunity. You can't turn down a match like this. If I had to cut my leg off and crawl into the ring, I would do it. Anytime you're attached to the name Cody Rhodes, it's big," he said.

The fourth man in the ladder match will be decided on Wednesday's Dynamite as Rey Fenix battles Lance Archer.

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