At Nicolaus Lafferriere on 03/06/2023
A few minutes ago, All Elite Wrestling celebrated their Revolution pay-per-view from the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. The event had nine conflicts and several protagonists who earned the public recognition of the evening.
As it happens, moments after the solution, the journalists saw the main protagonists of the day. One of them was Victoria Wardlow’s victory over Samoa Joe to win the TNT Championship for the second time. His moment in front of the press was interrupted when Powerhouse Hobbes appeared to confront him. “I have a question for you,” Hobbes said. “So what is it like to lose that title and have the shortest reign in the history of this company?”
Hobbs walked away with the title within seconds of taking the title, easing tensions ahead of Wednesday’s match at AEW Dynamite. “Hobbes is as hungry as I am,” Warlow said of this fight. “Even though he doesn’t respect me, I have a lot for him. I know the fight is going to be big and I only have two days to rest and prepare, but I will show myself to him. I have a much bigger appetite for this title.”
Wardlow bragged about his accomplishments within PPV history. “I officially consider myself Mr. Revolution. Last year I took the match scale, and this year I have the TNT Championship. But I remember that I didn’t get my trade, and Hobbes will be like that.” The giant also thought to his opponent tonight how important it was to defeat him. “Everything I said about my hair is very true. When Joe cut my tail, I took a whole month to think about it. I had to think about my father for four weeks, and I could go back for him.”
The fighter also thought about the future of his reign: “Tonight I overthrew the king of television and today I can sit and tell you that I am the best. The only goal with this title is to show the world that I am still at my level. I also spoke with Tony Khan and asked him to go ahead with open challenges. I want the whole cast of society to try and stop me.” Finally, Wardlow carried the opportunity to fight for the world title. “I remember that phrase that MJF uses about being the best in the world, and he doesn’t show in Doubles or Nothing. But I have to give credit to what he did yesterday. He beat me cleanly, and I’ll be ready to beat him whenever I want and the world title next door which I will take.”