2022 AEW Revolution results recap grades Adam Page outlasts Adam Cole to retain world title

All Elite Wrestling's four annual pay-per-view events have become special days for wrestling fans, with the cards consistently delivering high-end action. 

Sunday's AEW Revolution was no different, featuring something for everyone, from brutal grudge matches to thrilling championship clashes.

In the main event, "Hangman" Adam Page was able to outlast Adam Cole to retain the AEW world championship. Cole gave Page nearly everything he could handle.

 even got a bit of help from his friends from reDragon but ultimately came up short after two Buckshot Lariats from the champion.

The other half of the near-perfect event bookends came in the pay-per-view opener when Eddie Kingston.

finally won a big singles match in the promotion, beating Chris Jericho in a brutal war.

In between those matches came loads of drama, impressive performances and buckets of blood spilled on the canvas.

CBS Sports was with you the whole way through the event, providing updates and highlights as the action went down in the live blog below.

 As expected, Hirsch focused her attack on Statlander's arm. Statlander made a big save midway through the match when a Hirsch springboard attempt went awry.