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Cody Rhodes thinks Revolution could become AEW’s version of WWE WrestleMania

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Cody Rhodes recently spoke with Newsweek for a new interview to promote AEW’s next pay-per-view event, Revolution. 

During the interview, he talked about fans asking what is AEW’s big event or their version of what WWE’s WrestleMania is. 

It should be noted AEW only runs four events per year - Double or Nothing, All Out, Full Gear, and Revolution.

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Rhodes, who is slated to wrestle MJF at this show, made it noted that he hopes Revolution could eventually become their biggest yearly event.

“A lot of people ask us, ‘What’s your WrestleMania? What’s your big event?,'” he said. “We’ve never designated one event as the big event out of our four pay-per-views. But just kind of going with what my gut is feeling and seeing the marketing element, the thematic element, the staging element, I think Revolution may end up being the big one … If I’m wrong, that means one of the others is the big one, so it’s OK. But I have just such a good feeling about February 29th.”

AEW holds the Revolution pay-per-view event on Saturday, February 29, 2020 in Chicago, IL from the Sears Center.