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AEW Revolution 2024 results, ratings: Sting’s last match

AEW Revolution 2024 is in the books and we have the results and match ratings for Sting’s last match and the Passion of Darby Allin.

AEW Revolution 2024 results and ratings comes to us live from the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, March 3. The 2024 iteration marks a big moment in wrestling history as the icon, Sting, returns to where it all began in order to close out a career - the Greensboro Coliseum. Sting's last match was a bloody affair, indeed.

Sting, having debuted at Revolution 2021, concluded his storied career at Revolution 2024 in style. In a Tornado Tag Match, Sting and Darby Allin faced off against Matthew & Nicholas Jackson (the EVPs, obviously) for the AEW World Tag Team Championship.

What else went down? Let's run down the AEW Revolution 2024 results.

AEW Revolution 2024 results, ratings

AEW Revolution 2024 ratings: Garcia/Cage

  • Did anyone else think that Daniel Garcia was going to pull it out there at the end? The marker of a great match is swaying you on what you think the outcome might be. By the end, I truly thought Danny might pull it out. Alas, Edge Copeland's gotta get his win back. Rating: 3/5


  • On a night of truly great matches, Danielson and Kingston once again brought the house down early. Considering I thought this was going to be the end of Eddie's run, the ending caught me completely off guard. An emotional affair and just one of many absolutely must-see matches tonight. Rating: 5/5

All-Star Scramble

  • The mostly meatless All-Star Scramble was sort of a car crash from the start, but not in the fun way. A number of weird mistimings and botched spots made this an awkward viewing experience. Also, this feels like a course-correction for making the Undisputed Kingdom look less toothless after doing nothing since Cole's heel turn. I suppose the right guy won, but I don't really care for Wardlow in the title scene. Rating: 2/5


  • I'm no Roddy hater, but this just didn't do anything for me. A strictly one-sided affair, this felt more like the "Orange Cassidy needs to go take some time off" match. It certainly made Strong look like his name, but it's nothing special. Also: What was with that Kyle O'Reilly appearance? Why did he look like he's been hiding in a barn for two years and living off of 4LOKO? Rating: 3/5

AEW Revolution 2024 ratings: FTR/BCC

  • I might just be getting tired of the Blackpool Combat Club, but this was yet another bout that left me looking at my phone every thirty seconds. Technically a "good" match in that it was physical and told the story it set to tell, but just not for me, personally. Tag League tournament for the soon-to-be vacated tag titles? Rating: 3.5/5


  • The fake Toni Storm got me, so good on ya. Sadly, this was probably the high point of the match. Purrazzo just doesn't jive with me and this felt like a way to carry momentum until the 13th when Mercedes Mone arrives. The 'Timeless' gimmick still rocks, however. Rating: 2/5


  • Ooh boy, this is flavour country. I could have done without Ospreay being dropped on his head (in a spot that would end up being only the second most horrific of the night), but past that? Pure magic. These two have chemistry and I want to see it again. I also want to see what Will's back is going to look like tomorrow. Not as bad as Darby's, I'm sure. Rating: 5/5

AEW Revolution 2024 ratings: Joe/Swerve/Hangman

  • Can Hangman just beat up referees all the time now? I absolutely love the petulant nature of Hangman's "I don't care if I lose as long as YOU don't win" slow heel turn. It was a tough sell to get a crowd to side with the guy doing some light child-stalking, but the mad lads pulled it off. Joe continues to be a great bully. Bully for him. Rating: 4.5/5

Sting's Last Match

  • The best retirement send-off in professional wrestling, from start to finish. I didn't grow up as a Lil Stinger, but my appreciation for him was constant growing up in the Monday Night Wars. The EVPs were the perfect foils for this match and absolutely gave Sting the send-off that I'm guessing he resisted. However, in a story book ending you sometimes just have to give the people what they want. Now, pardon me while I look at videos of cats for the next week to wash the mental image of Darby's back out of my head. For real: The glass bump may have been the most horrifying spot of all time that didn't include a broken limb. Rating: 5/5
Sting and Darby Allin (c) (with Ric Flair)
Matthew Jackson and Nicholas Jackson
Tornado tag team match, AEW World Tag Team Championship
This will be Sting's last match.
Sting, Allin
Orange Cassidy (c)
Roderick Strong
Singles match for the AEW International Championship
Samoa Joe (c)
"Hangman" Adam Page 
Swerve Strickland 
(with Prince Nana)
Three-way match for the AEW World Championship
Toni Storm (c)
Deonna Purrazzo
Singles match, AEW Women's World Championship
Eddie Kingston (c)
Bryan Danielson
Singles match, Continental Crown Championship
(If Danielson loses, he has to shake Kingston's hand)
Will Ospreay 
Konosuke Takeshita
Singles match
Christian Cage (c)
Daniel Garcia
Singles match, AEW TNT Championship
Chris Jericho vs. Wardlow vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Lance Archer vs. Hook vs. Brian Cage vs. Magnus vs. Dante Martin
All-Star Scramble Match
(Dax Harwood, Cash Wheeler)
Blackpool Combat Club 
(Jon Moxley,
Claudio Castagnoli)
Tag team match

When is AEW Revolution 2024?

Taking place at 8 p.m. EST on March 3, 2024, at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina is AEW Revolution 2024. This marks AEW's first PPV to be held in North Carolina, and is the site of wrestling history. The Greensboro Coliseum has a storied history of pro wrestling event dating back to the 70s and the original era of Ric Flair, the NWA, and more. It will also be the site of Sting's last match, defending his AEW Tag Team Titles with Darby Allin against the AEW EVPs.

AEW Revolution 2024 will also feature Orange Cassidy defending the AEW International title against Roderick Strong of the Undisputed Kingdom, and ‘Timeless’ Toni Storm defending the AEW Women's World Championship against Deonna Purrazzo.

In a three-way fiasco for the AEW World Title, Champion Samoa Joe will compete against (a potentially injured) Hangman Adam Page and Swerve Strickland, while Eddie Kingston defends the Continental Crown Championship against Bryan Danielson in a grudge match of respect.

Other matches include Will Ospreay versus Konosuke Takeshita, FTR against Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli, and Lance Archer versus Wardlow versus Powerhouse Hobbs in a... Meat Madness Match.

Sorry, it appears the Meat Madness Match has been changed. Why? No FDA approval. Sorry, Big E.

All in all, it's a fantastic card to support Sting's last match in a career spanning multiple eras, promotions, and even different versions of the Stinger himself.

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