This Sunday at AEW Revolution, we will see a six way ladder match. The winner gets a chance to become TNT Champion down the line. So far we know four entrants, those being Cody Rhodes, Lance Archer, Penta El Zero Em & Scorpio Sky. Dark Order’s Preston Vance (10) will face one half of The Acclaimed in Max Caster on Wednesday to decide the fifth entrant. However, this leaves one open slot, which will remain a mystery until they hit the ring on Sunday. Let’s look at some potential options.
A Returning Sammy Guevara
The first option that comes to mind is Sammy Guevara. When we last saw him on AEW programming, he had left The Inner Circle due to not being able to stand MJF any longer. Now for the first time since the debut episode of AEW Dynamite, Sammy Guevara is a free man. He’s completely on his own, and controls his own fate.
What better way to start that freedom than entering and winning a ladder match to get him a shot at the TNT Championship. The Inner Circle just wants to claim all the gold in AEW, but aside from Chris Jericho winning the AEW Championship, they’ve failed to do this. Guevara winning this match and then the TNT Championship would be a perfect way to show that he’s better than them, and he knows it.
Shawn Spears Picking Up Where He Left Off With Scorpio Sky
Another option from the AEW Roster is Shawn Spears. Spears was last seen at the tribute show to Mr. Brodie Lee, but hasn’t wrestled for AEW since the Dynamite Diamond Battle Royale back in December. He’s still with the company, just took a step back for a few months.
Prior to his leaving, he was in a heated feud with Scorpio Sky. This makes Spears someone to consider for the surprise entrant into this match, albeit a boring choice in the end. He’d do fine in the match, and always claimed he should have been getting shots at the TNT Championship instead of people like Sky.
The Debut Of Ethan Page At AEW Revolution?
Finally we come to Ethan Page. Page just finished up with Impact Wrestling at the end of 2020, and is currently a free agent. He hasn’t been seen in any of the WWE Performance Center classes, remains good friends with Cody Rhodes, and these surprise entrants are usually someone from outside the company.
Page fits what AEW is bringing to fans, and a ladder match is fine a way as any to bring him in. At just 31, he’s a long term investment for a company like AEW, and was doing the best work of his career before leaving Impact. It would be a huge debut for sure, and with Impact & AEW working together, could lead to him showing up again in his old home.
Who do you hope to see on Sunday? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.
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