Fans Left Disgusted With Too Much Blood at AEW Revolution as Event Crosses All Limits of Violence

Published 03/07/2022, 11:42 AM EST

The AEW wrestling promotion has started to put on incredible match cards every week. Many wrestlers, after being released from rival companies, join Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling (AEW). As a result, young talents make their debut, and wrestling legends return to AEW programming.

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For the past few weeks, Tony Khan and the company have put out hardcore content and featured bloodshed inside the squared circle. Notably, the very recent confrontation between CM Punk and MJF showcased the same.

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During the latest episode of AEW Dynamite, CM Punk’s face was covered in blood as MJF betrayed him.

Recently, the AEW Revolution PPV kicked off at the Addition Finance Arena, Florida. Even though the PPV event featured exceptional returns and match cards on the table, the entire event was covered with too much blood and that did not sit well with fans.

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Wrestling fans raged on Twitter for extreme violence on AEW TV!

Various fans took to the internet to share that they were outraged and disgusted with the bloodshed at AEW Revolution 2022.

On Twitter, fans questioned why All Elite Wrestling had become all about blood? Many fans even believe that the company is overdoing the blood matches. 

Many fans imagine the AEW is redefining the WWE Attitude Era. However, fans don’t want to see that.

Former WWE Superstar Jon Moxley and Bryan Danielson also battled in a heated encounter. Moxley had the upper hand at the end of the match and defeated The American Dragon.

The wrestling fans stormed to Twitter on seeing the WWE legend William Regal stepping inside the AEW arena. William Regal walked in the squared circle to stop the outrageous feud between Moxley and Danielson.

Will the world accept All Elite Wrestling’s bloodshed gimmick?

Tonight’s Revolution PPV got us WCW World Champion Sting jumping off a balcony to put Andrade El Idolo through three tables. In addition, finally, CM Punk got his hands on MJF and defeated him in a dog-collar match.

All the splendid matches at AEW Revolution had one thing in common: almost every battle resulted in extreme bloodshed between the professional wrestlers.

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Looking at the Twitter reactions of the wrestling fans, it is clear that they dislike excessive violence on AEW TV. Fans believe that every match does not have to be filled with wrestlers busted open in the ring.

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Akash Dhakite

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Akash Dhakite is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports. Since he was three years old, Akash has been a fan of WWE, which gives him an ascendancy of knowledge about this sport. He grew up watching John Cena and to ‘Never Give Up’ is something that he has learned from him.

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