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    Re: All Elite Wrestling: A Global Revolution

    Damn dude that was a hell of a show. Such detail in all your matches too got to admit to you got me with a few of your results. Fenix winning Lynch debuting Marty turning on Cody it was quite a lot to take in. I pretty much saw PAC winning I mean I like Adam Page but, lets be real he wasn't going to be PAC. Rosemary vs. Kay was great. Eddie Edwards (not a fan of him) however but, him winning opens up a good story .

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    All Elite Wrestling News Roundup

    The general feeling following All Elite Wrestling's formal debut Double or Nothing event was a massive success. The crammed in fans were able to make an attendance of 14,841, with just under 25,000 pay-per view buys. Word from a source within the company is that they are overall very happy with the reactions to the event, especially with the surprises that went on throughout the night. The merchandise stands in the arena sold out by the end of the night, and made $742,050 at the gate. The profits made on iPPV from FITE TV including the return of Starrcast and Double or Nothing made around $1.3 Million, indicating that All In bare minimum drew enough success for the fans to be interested to see more. The company see these numbers as great signs for the future, especially due to the fact that they are planning to run smaller buildings for their television tapings.

    Speaking of which, the announcement of Tuesday Night Dynamite being professional wrestling's return to a Turner owned network on TNT has sent some shockwaves through the wrestling world. Many had made jokes about All Elite Wrestling being nothing more than a T-Shirt company, and that there was no feasible chance for the company to have legs. This television deal, may change that. The network reportedly was very excited to get in with the company after meeting with Tony Khan and some other corporate representatives. The general feeling right now is that the later time slot avoids clashing with SmackDown Live on the same day, and that there is a good chance that their time slot may change when SmackDown Live begins it's run on Fox in October. Many, however, feel as though their time slot may be a big advantage. With the leniency of television broadcasting after 11 p.m., AEW will have the ability to uncensor most profanities for the final hour of their broadcast. With the Being The Elite content typically being rather mature, there was internal worry about being able to keep that identity and being authentic to the company's ideals. The television product itself, from what has been gathered, seems to be a mixture of old-school and new mentalities of wrestling, as the booking team currently appears to be made up of Dutch Mantell, Arn Anderson, and Tyler Emerson, a writer with experience in multiple genres of television production. The apparent idea behind this trio is for the Southern "Wrasslin'" mentality from Dutch Mantell, combined with Arn Anderson's experience and history with members of the roster, and Emerson's rounded off approach of looking for new ways to present stars and story arcs.

    As Dynamite on TNT draws near in the coming weeks, Tony Khan hinted at 4 members of the broadcast team, which he clarified on twitter did not include two ring announcers for television. Some wonder if Justin Roberts will be remaining in his role as ring announcer, as it seems clear that Excalibur, Chael Sonnen, and Sean Mooney were a one time only appearance for Double or Nothing to keep a similar "feel" as All In. Many view the television debut as the first show that shows AEW in it's full identity, trying to use it's buzz to hit the ground running in terms of the production. As for the commentary team, it has been confirmed to be a man and a woman in the booth, with both having experience calling professional wrestling. The names have not been officially disclosed, as it will be announced by All Elite Wrestling 24 hours before the show goes live. It is known, however, that AEW was actively scouting combat sports announcers including former UFC Commentator Mike Goldberg.

    With All Elite announcing that they will have 6 "acts" debuting over the next six months that were former WWE stars, many have been pointing fingers at who this talent could be. Many are believing the obvious to be those that have recently walked out of WWE with a good relationship to Cody and The Bucks, in Shawn Spears (Tye Dillinger) Matt Major (Zack Ryder), and The Revival (who have yet to appear with an independent, and are still going by their shoot names on Social Media). However, many have been told within the company that The Elite are not looking to add roster members solely for friendship. Names that have internally been rumored (as even the talent have only been told if they are in a program with the incoming acts and were rumored to be given NDA's) have been Jon Moxley (Dean Ambrose), Mattias Wilde (Tyler Breeze), and KENTA (Hideo Itami), but that may come from the fact that they have hit the ground running following their leaving WWE (Moxley touring the American indies with Sami Callihan doing Death Matches, as Wilde has started appearing for Lucha Libre promotions The Crash and CMLL as a freelance worker, and KENTA has returned to appearing for NOAH as well as competing in the Best of the Super Juniors for New Japan Pro-Wrestling). With the continued push for women to be treated as equals, many think that AEW may become the destination for underappreciated women on the WWE main roster who are unhappy with their position like that of Sasha Banks, Bayley, or even Asuka, but the general consensus at the moment is that the treatment of Becky Knox in All Elite will tell what the women in WWE they have to look towards if they remain unhappy.

    The main event scene concerning AEW is considered to be locked down for the foreseeable future. Apparently, the company is looking to imitate NJPW in terms of planning events years in advance, with large continuity and storytelling depending on in-ring work. The melding of Western and Eastern styles of storytelling could prove interesting for the product of All Elite, but many worry that they could fall into the trap of planning fans to react a certain way only to be smacked in the face by a culture of fans much less respectful that those in Japan. It is being told that there are a maximum of 3 people that will be considered "legitimate threats" to the AEW Championship at one time, so with the "Revolving Door" of who would be considered a viable threat at the time, one has to wonder if they can keep this idea while still building a lower card with only 90 minutes of television a week. Some have been quick to say that after the "awkward" stage of getting used to television is passed and they can have running stories for fans to look forward to developing, that All Elite Wrestling only needs to worry about keeping the interest of the fans with the stories and the rest will come.

    [SOURCE(s): Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Ryan Satin, PWTorch]





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    Re: All Elite Wrestling: A Global Revolution

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    Double Or Nothing Review


    ·The layout of this show I appreciate it very much, easy read.
    ·Your level of detail is awesome.
    ·Allysin Kay is a good choice as a first AEW Women’s Champion, I would’ve gone with Rosemary but that is a personal choice.
    ·Rey Fenix is a superstar who you could build a company around its pretty obvious but all the same good job.
    ·Indifferent to the NWA title match
    ·Same to the next match, but I do like the inclusion of Amell
    ·VILLAIN ENTERPRISES IS IN THE HOUSE
    ·Interesting choice going with a first time teaming together team, as the first champions,but I do like the team of Sabin & Kushida.
    ·Will you continue to use Kushida now that he has signed with NxT?
    ·Becky Knox…….I do like you choice with the name
    ·Thank God she won because that would’ve given this a WCW 2000- era vibe haha
    ·GOLDEN STAR V Y2J THE HYPE IS REAL
    ·Post-match beatdown, by Jericho I think Omega will have some words for him going forward maybe leading to Omega V Jericho II?
    ·I don’t know if its considered an upset but Pentagon ain’t playing any games. He is another ready made star
    ·ELITE OVER L.I.J makes sense honestly it does hope this isn’t a one and done for L.I.J though
    ·How come you did the stats for PAC V Page but not the other matches?
    ·AEW Has a BASTARD of a first champion in regards to the main man. I approve of this choice as he has main eventer written all over him. Shame WWE never pushed him the way he deserved

    All in all a great first show
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    All Elite Wrestling MEET ALL ELITE & Tuesday Night Dynamite #001 Preview!

    @AEWrestling
    Meet your #DynamiteOnTNT Broadcast team! These are the faces that will be greeting you each and every week as All Elite Wrestling takes the professional wrestling world on a Global Revolution! [LINK TO WEBSITE]
    Tweeted at Midnight, Monday June 3rd.

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING BROADCASTING TEAM

    Lead Blow-By-Blow:

    Michael Schiavello - Perhaps one of the most distinct voices in combat sports today, having won multiple awards for his announcing. The Aussie may be familiar to some North American fans as the man who called Pentagon Zero's infamous "Cero Miedo" match against Vampiro in Lucha Underground. With nearly 30 years in the industry, Michael Schiavello will be bringing his signature brand of passion and intelligence to All Elite Wrestling's broadcast that will help show the fans at home just why our talent are the best in the world.

    Lead Color Analyst:

    Sarah Shockey - A name that is slightly known in independent wrestling commentary, but perhaps even better known in the world of wrestling podcasts, as one half of the Marty & Sarah Love Wrestling podcast has signed on as AEW's lead color analyst. Working for Black Label Pro and Resistance PRO in the past, Shockey made herself more well known as she announced multiple shows during Game Changer Wrestling's Collective broadcasts this past WrestleMania weekend. After calling anything from Best 7/13 Matches, to Swamp Monster Lumberjacks, to a Yuletide Death Match, it's safe to say Sarah Shockey has seen some of the most peculiar sides of professional wrestling today. With those experiences, Sarah is hoping to help everybody gain a deeper appreciation for the men and women who sacrifice themselves each and every night.

    Interview Correspondent(s):
    Danielle Moinet - Formerly known by many as Summer Rae, Moinet made the transition to the broadcast booth for Football, MMA, and now will be making the transition into professional wrestling. As a former wrestler, Moinet knows the inner workings of the locker room, and is expected to help provide coverage of the female roster.

    Conrad Thompson - Recognizable from hosting podcasts with legendary personalities such as Bruce Prichard, Eric Bischoff, and his own father-in-law, Ric Flair, Conrad Thompson has a reputation for being one of the most well versed old-school wrestling historians in North America. With his knowledge of the history of the business, as well as his insight into an older mindset, Conrad is expected to provide interviews with the male roster, while also being one of All Elite Wrestling's lead reporters for news across the company's website.

    Ring Announcer(s):
    Justin Roberts - Known for his former work with WWE, Justin Roberts is a 20+ year ring announcing veteran. The iconic voice of the late 00's - mid 10's has signed on to be the official lead ring announcer, with and designated main event announcer.

    Gavin Louden - The long hair and electric voice of Gavin Louden brings an element of Rock and Roll to the All Elite Wrestling introductions that many feel wrestling has sorely been missing. Formerly known in Chikara, Kaiju Big Battel, and other promotions as their ring announcer, the grizzled veteran now lends his lungs of gold to All Elite Wrestling, citing UFC's Bruce Buffer as one of his inspirations for his ring announcing style.

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING PRESENTS:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite Episode #001 - PREVIEW

    CONFIRMED CARD:

    SINGLES MATCH - 15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Brandi Rhodes vs. Victoria Varon


    TAG TEAM MATCH - 15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    The Young Bucks vs. Best Friends

    MAIN EVENT
    SINGLES MATCH - 20 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Chris Jericho vs. Cody Rhodes

    Also Promoted As Appearing: Eli Drake, Los Ingobernables, Becky Knox, and All Elite Wrestling Women's Champion Allysin Kay!

    CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE





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    All Elite Wrestling Tuesday Night Dynamite on TNT EP#001

    All Elite Wrestling Presents:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite LIVE on TNT
    Casino Miami (6,500 Capacity) in Miami, FL
    Blow-By-Blow: Michael Schiavello
    Color Analyst: Sarah Shockey
    June 4th, 2019
    Dark Matches:
    David Starr defeats Joey Ryan in 12:03 via Pinfall.
    Joe Doering defeats Orange Cassidy in 5:21 via Pinfall.
    Hikaru Shida defeats Kris Wolf in 8:00 via Submission.
    Jeff Cobb defeats Joey Janela in 14:44 via Pinfall.

    COLD OPEN

    FADE ON DISCLAIMER.

    THE FOLLOWING CONTENT MAY SHOW ADULT THEMES AS WELL AS EXCESSIVE VIOLENCE. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

    FADE OFF DISCLAIMER.

    FADE ON LOGO.

    “ALL ELITE WRESTLING: A GLOBAL REVOLUTION”

    FADE OUT LOGO.

    10:30
    FADE IN OPENING VIDEO - “NEW ERA” BY KNOX HILL



    FADE OFF OPENING VIDEO.


    FADE IN.

    INT. CASINO MIAMI.

    We pan over Casino Miami, as the stage has a pyrotechnic display for the 6,500 in attendance!

    HARD CUT.

    INT. CASINO MIAMI - COMMENTATION STATION

    We see a bald man with a beard and an Australian accent wearing a three piece suit. The man introduces himself as All Elite Wrestling’s lead blow-by-blow commentator - Michael Schiavello, combat sports announcing legend! Next to Schiavello we see a brunette woman sitting in a “Marty and Sarah Love Wrestling” T-Shirt. as Schiavello introduces his broadcast partner, she sits up with a big smile across her face, it’s color analyst Sarah Shockey! The two introduce themselves and speak for a moment about the chaos that went on at Double or Nothing, when they’re cut off!

    10:32
    HARD CUT.

    INT. CASINO MIAMI - SHOT OF THE RING

    FADE IN - “IN CONTROL” BY HOT TAG MEDIA WORKS

    The stage lights up with red, white, and blue, and we see the name of our official All Elite Wrestling matchmaker - Stu Barrett! The crowd comes alive, as the executive walks out wearing a navy blue suit, with an AEW pin on his lapel. Barrett gets into the ring, holding a microphone as he stands in the center of the ring. The crowd chants for All Elite Wrestling, and Barrett waits for the chants to die down as he begins to speak.

    STU BARRETT. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Tuesday Night Dynamite!

    CROWD POP.

    STU BARRETT. Tonight is the first night of a dynasty. Tonight is the night that we begin a movement to make professional wrestling what it should be; the best wrestlers in the world going head to head to decide the best! And tonight’s show is fitting of such a movement. Tonight we will see Eli Drake go head to head against young blue chipper, Marko Stunt. We will have tag team action, as The Best Friends in Beretta and Chuck Taylor will go up against one of the most decorated tag teams in wrestling - The Young Bucks!

    CROWD POP. YOUNG BUCKS CHANTS.

    STU BARRETT. And in the main event, we will see Professional Wrestling’s Alpha, Chris Jericho, battle with The American Nightmare, Cody Rhodes!

    HUGE POP.

    STU BARRETT. Tonight will be one that makes history and starts the stride of professional wrestling to a new renaissance, as we attempt to change the -

    FADE IN - “HIGHLANDER (THE ONE)” BY LOST HORIZONS (STARTED AT 10:25)

    The crowd nearly blows the roof off the place, as one of the most popular figures in wrestling today steps onto the stage - Becky Knox is here at Dynamite! The crowd breaks out into Becky chants, as The Man begins her march down the ramp. Wearing black jeans and her signature, fanmade, leather jacket, The Man requests a microphone. Before she can speak, the crowd starts VERY loud, “WEL-COME BECK-Y!” chants. Knox waves her hand down, motioning for the crowd to quiet down for her to speak. They do and she lifts the mic up.

    BECKY KNOX. Well, Mr. Barrett! Pardon the interruption, but allow me to introduce myself. I am Becky Knox. I am The Man. And I want to make one thing clear from the start. I want the All Elite Wrestling Women’s Championship.

    Stu Barrett goes to respond - But Becky Knox puts her hand over his microphone. Barrett looks a combination of confused and angry at this, motioning for Becky to get on with it.

    BECKY KNOX. I’m gonna save you the breath, because I know what you’re about to say. You’re gonna tell me that I need to prove myself and get in line with the rest of the women on this roster.

    Barrett looks impressed and nods, the crowd gives a mixed response as Becky goes on.

    BECKY KNOX. I’m gonna make this real easy for you, Stu. I don’t pretend to be royalty, I don’t pretend to deserve something for what I did elsewhere. I earned my spot to even be standing here and talking to you right now. I’ve earned everything in my career, no matter who told me I couldn’t break the ceiling. I’m here to do just that; break every glass ceiling and show the world what the best wrestler on the planet - male or female - can really do. I am THE MAN Becky Balboa, I will knock down whoever you put in front of me, just so long as you give your word that I’m not wasting my time and I will get what I deserve.

    The crowd pops huge as Becky throws the mic down. Becky chants ring out as Barrett looks to gather himself. Barrett lifts his microphone back up to his mouth, as Becky holds her arms out with a single eyebrow raised.

    STU BARRETT. Well… In that case… Why don’t you come back into my office and we’ll make some calls about getting you in the ring?

    The crowd roars in approval as a smirk crosses the face of Knox. Knox responds by going to the ropes and holding it open for The Matchmaker to go through. Barrett and Knox leave as Michael Schiavello yells not to go anywhere, as we will kick off the first ever Dynamite match when we return!
    10:40
    Commercial Break



    PLAY NOW on XBOX, PLAYSTATION AND PC


    10:43
    [Match #1]
    "Chief Brandi Officer" Brandi Rhodes "The Black Widow" Victoria Varon
    35 Years Old 48 Years Old
    5' 5" 5' 7"
    113 Lbs. 157 Lbs.
    Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA Los Angeles, California, USA
    2 Years Experience 18 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Shot of Brandi (Snap Inverted STO) Finishing Move(s): Widow's Peak (Gory Neckbreaker)
    Singles Match
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Brandi Rhodes vs. Victoria Varon

    Match Summary:

    Brandi Rhodes easily came out to a bigger reception, with the crowd being unsure of what to make of Victoria Varon. Victoria wore all black gear, with her hair dyed her signature black and red, looking much darker than last we saw her. Brandi wore imitation gear from Cody’s Double or Nothing ring attire, in an American Nightmare shirt on the way to the ring.

    The match began with a game of cat and mouse, as Varon seemed to be toying with Brandi. Brandi would get frustrated and dive in for the attack, only to get easily countered and beat down by Victoria Varon. Michael Schiavello mentioned the major experience difference, as Brandi is still very inexperienced, especially in singles competition. Sarah Shocky mentions the fact that Varon has something to prove, stating that this will be her last full year of in ring competition, and that Varon wants to become champion one last time.

    Varon beat down onto Brandi, laughing hysterically as Brandi would struggle to get to her feet after some major strikes to the head. Varon would deadlift Brandi from the mat onto her shoulders, into a fireman’s carry. Victoria Varon tilt-a-whirls Rhodes around, sidewalk slamming her into the mat! Victoria Varon would sit, with a sadistic smile across her face as she lifts up Brandi and delivers a devastating Widow’s Peak for the pinfall victory!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Victoria Varon (Pinfall w/ The Widow’s Peak - 4:49).

    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC - FADE OFF

    Varon stands up, getting her hand raised as the crowd jeers at the decimation of one of their favorites. Victoria Varon stands over the fallen Brandi Rhodes, laughing almost absentmindedly. Varon falls to the mat, rolling out of the ring and leaving as ring hands go to help Brandi Rhodes. Some of the ring hands attempt to offer Varon ice packs, but she fakes a punch to them, causing them to fall back in fear. Varon chuckles before walking to the back.

    FADE OUT.

    10:48
    FADE IN.

    DOUBLE OR NOTHING STILLS

    FADE IN - “GO TO WAR” BY NOTHING MORE

    We see PAC standing in the shower of pyro and lights during his entrance.

    A photo fades in of Hangman making his way to the ring with The Young Bucks flanking him.

    PAC is shown mid-air for an ENORMOUS moonsault to the outside.

    Hangman Page’s moment of connection with the Buck Shot Lariat is shown.

    Everything goes black and white as we fade to a shot of PAC holding the All Elite Wrestling Championship belt as confetti rains down.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC.

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING CHAMPION
    “THE BASTARD KING” PAC

    MAKES DYNAMITE DEBUT NEXT WEEK!

    FADE OUT.

    10:49
    FADE IN.

    INT. LOS INGOBERNABLES LOCKER ROOM

    We see the interior of the locker room of Los Ingobernables. We see La Sombra texting as he sits by some bags, with headphones on. Suddenly, we hear footsteps, and see high heels standing in front of him. Sombra looks up, as the cameras pan up to reveal -

    Marti Belle!

    The latina stands with a sly smirk across her face, as La Sombra looks confused, removing his headphones.

    LA SOMBRA. Que? Tienes un problema?

    Marti plays with her hair a bit, biting her lip as she makes eye contact with a growingly confused Sombra.

    MARTI BELLE. I’ve heard a lot about you, Sombra. And to be honest, I like what I see...

    She hands Sombra a piece of paper, as we hear the locker room door open. We see El Toro Blanco - Rush! He walks in, looking annoyed at Marti before turning to Sombra (who puts the paper in his bag).

    RUSH. Que hace la puta aqui?

    Marti turns and eyes down Rush, who looks confused that she seemingly understood what he said.

    MARTI BELLE. Soy Dominicana y hablo Espanol, pendejo.

    Rush looks impressed as she turns to La Sombra and winks before leaving the locker room.

    FADE OUT.
    10:51
    Commercial Break




    10:54
    FADE IN.

    INT. ALLYSIN KAY’S HOME

    We see Allysin Kay sitting by a fire in a spacious den. The All Elite Wrestling Women’s Championship sits on the table in front of the champion, as she sips red wine.

    ALLYSIN KAY. Ladies and gentlemen, this is YOUR All Elite Wrestling Women’s Champion, the classiest woman in wrestling, AK-47, Allysin Kay, with a very important announcing. After taking down the filth that is Rosemary, it has been bestowed upon me to announce that in two weeks, there will be a number one contender’s match for the right to challenge me at Bash At The Beach.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC.


    ALL ELITE WRESTLING
    TUESDAY NIGHT DYNAMITE 6/18/19
    FATAL FOUR WAY NUMBER ONE CONTENDER’S MATCH FOR AEW WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
    ALLIE vs. HIKARU SHIDA vs. KIMBER LEE vs. JORDYNNE GRACE


    FADE OFF GRAPHIC.

    ALLYSIN KAY. I wish the best of luck to the competitors in that match, but hope that all of these women realize that stepping in the ring against Allysin Kay is going to be the biggest mistake that any of them every make.

    Allysin Kay holds up her wine to toast before sipping it again, as we pan over to the crackling fire as we fade away.

    FADE OUT.
    10:56
    [Match #2]
    Eli Drake "Mr. Fun Size" Marko Stunt
    37 Years Old 22 Years Old
    6' 2" 5' 2"
    230 Lbs. 144 Lbs.
    Hagerstown, Maryland, USA Olive Branch, Mississippi, USA
    17 Years Experience 2 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Gravy Train (Air Raid Crash) Finishing Move(s): Tail Spin Tornado [Corkscrew Moonsault]
    Singles Match
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Eli Drake vs. Marko Stunt

    Match Summary:

    Eli Drake made his way to the ring in black and yellow ring gear, as the crowd gave him a loud mixed reaction. The commentary team reminded the fans at home of his performance in the battle royal at Double or Nothing, as Eli Drake had made it to the final four. Marko Stunt’s entrance got a decent pop, but the crowd clearly was more interested in Eli Drake. Stunt sported a new look, with gear stitched with different fabrics across it, mixing denim and velvet and god knows what else.

    Eli Drake would taunt Marko at the start, with Stunt using his speed and evasion ability to both frustrate Eli and excite the fans. The fans broke out in a “Let’s Go Tiny!” chant for Marko. Drake would go multiple times to grab Stunt, and would always get outsped, with Stunt eventually making the error to taunt to the fans. That mistake would allow Eli Drake to get the jump on Stunt from behind and punish the younger competitor. Drake would land brutal stomps to the midsection, as well as high angled back suplexes and vertical suplexes.

    After toying with Stunt for a minute or so, Drake grew tired of it. He lifted Stunt to his feet, smacking the young man across the face! Drake would then deadlift Marko onto his shoulders - Gravy Train! Drake hooked both legs in the center of the ring! 1...2...3!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Eli Drake (Pinfall w/ Gravy Train - 3:12).

    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC - FADE OFF

    Eli Drake gets up from the mat, looking at the downed Marko Stunt in the center of the ring. Drake cockily walks over to him and places one boot on the chest of Stunt. As he turns to walk out, Drake steps onto the midsection of Marko, drawing boos from the fans as we fade away.

    FADE OUT.

    10:59
    FADE IN.

    INT. - PRIVATE MMA // WRESTLING HYBRID GYM

    We see a ring with grappling dummies strewn about. The camera pans to the side and we see a tall latina woman sparring with a trainer. She sends stiff forearms and knee strikes to the pads, ducking strikes coming from all directions at the same time.

    HARD CUT - IN RING

    We see the woman now in the ring, as people charge at her. She legsweeps one man, before ducking and dropkicking another in the back! A large man grabs her from behind, but she kicks and runs up a smaller man in front of her - landing on her feet behind the large man! She kicks the back of his knee, and shoves his shoulder into the other man, who now seems to have him for a DDT? The woman leaps and strikes a knee into the smaller man, who falls back, driving the DDT into the larger man inadvertently!

    The woman wipes her hair from her face, sitting down on the ring apron and drinking from a spray bottle of water.

    GRAPHIC FADE ON.

    ~MERCEDES MARTINEZ~
    COMING SOON TO ALL ELITE WRESTLING

    FADE OUT.
    11:00
    Commercial Break





    11:03
    FADE IN.

    EXT. TOKYO, JAPAN

    We see people walking down the streets of Tokyo at night, as building and advertisement lights shine through the night sky. We see a figure walking down the street in a hood, before stopping at a door. The man looks to the side, and we can see… He’s wearing a bright yellow mask? The man takes his hood off as he enters the building, which we now get a look at -

    BUILDING SIGN (SUBTITLED TRANSLATION):
    BUSHIDO STRIKING ACADEMY

    HARD CUT.

    INT. - BUSHIDO STRIKING ACADEMY

    We see a building full of Japanese men and women with beautiful striking sequences, counter after counter being displayed. We look back and see the young man we saw before, still sporting the yellow mask, but now also wearing training uniform. He walks over to an older man, who may well be a sensei here at the academy. As the young masked man bows, we see the back of his jersey that reads -

    WU - 1

    GRAPHIC FADE ON:

    THE BUSHIDO BATTLE STAR
    ANDY WU

    COMING SOON TO ALL ELITE WRESTLING!

    FADE OUT.
    11:04
    [Match #3]
    The Young Bucks [Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson] Best Friends [Beretta and Chuck Taylor]
    34 Years Old/30 Years Old Both 33 Years Old
    Both 5' 10" 6' 2"/5' 1"
    350 Combined Lbs. 406 Combined Lbs.
    15 Years Tag Experience 6 Years Tag Experience
    Tag Team Finishing Move(s): Meltzer Driver [Springboard Flip Tombstone], More Bang For Your Buck [Rolling Senton/Moonsault/450 Splash Combo] Tag Team Finishing Move(s): Strong Zero [Springboard Dropkick Belly To Back Piledriver]
    Tag Team Match
    Referee: Brian Hebner
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    The Young Bucks vs. Best Friends

    Match Summary:

    The crowd came alive for both mens entrances, however the clear favorite had to be the Young Bucks. Best Friends wore matching purple and green gear to the ring, while Young Bucks sported red and gold gear to match the Dynamite TV logo. The crowd went wild for both teams, with chants breaking out of “Thank You Bucks” before the match started.

    Commentary mentioned this being a friendly exhibition between teams with a lot of respect, the match was a sprint nearly the entire time. With The Young Bucks using nearly everything they had in short order, with Best Friends needing to scramble and take shortcuts in order to keep up, The Young Bucks became de facto fan favorites for this contest. The Best Friends would try to get things going, but before long, The Young Bucks showed that nobody is n the same level of synchronization as The Elite tag team of professional wrestling! Head kicks being the difference makers for the Bucks, giving them the edge.

    Beretta would try to put Matt Jackson away with the Strong Zero, but Nick would springboard in with a roundhouse kick to the chin that allowed Matt to fall loose. Nick tossed Taylor out of the ring, getting to the apron for a moonsault to the outside! Nick got back to the apron, as Matt Jackson lifted Beretta in Tombstone position - MELTZER DRIVER! Cover by both Bucks! 1...2...3!

    WINNERS!
    Spoiler:

    The Young Bucks (Pinfall w/ Meltzer Driver - 11:59).

    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC - FADE OFF

    The Young Bucks hopped to the barricade to celebrate with the fans! The crowd again chanted thanking the Young Bucks, who instead yelled their own thanks to the crowd. The walked up the ramp with their hands raised as we see the Best Friends on the inside of the ring looking unhappy.

    FADE OUT.

    11:14
    Commercial Break





    11:17
    FADE IN.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC.

    FADE IN - NEVER GIVE UP BY NEFFEX

    We see a graphic for next week, with BECKY KNOX listed as she will make her official in ring debut next week in the main event of Dynamite on TNT! We see a shot of a tweet sent by her minutes ago that reads:

    THE MAN
    @BeckyKnox
    “Next week, The Man Becky Balboa steps into an @aewrestling ring in the main event and I will prove again that I deserve the world and I am the BEST wrestler alive, gender be damned. #TheMan #DynamiteOnTNT”

    BECKY KNOX!

    NEXT WEEK!

    FADE OUT.

    11:18
    FADE IN.

    INT. CASINO MIAMI - INTERVIEW PIT

    We see a blonde, slender woman in a black and gold dress standing with a microphone in her hand.

    WOMAN. Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Danielle Moinet, and thank you for welcoming me into your homes.

    She smiles as a name bar appears for the interviewer.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Now, if you will, please welcome my guests at this time, “Bad Boy” Joey Janela, and “The Bad Girl” Penelope Ford.

    We see two sleazy looking individuals step on screen. The man has long brown hair, and is wearing leather and bright blue and pink sunglasses. Next to him is a… Voluptuous let’s say, blonde woman in a leopard print bodysuit. Name bars show up for them that read “JOEY JANELA” and “PENELOPE FORD” individually.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Now, you two requested -

    Janela grabs the microphone, pulling it down as he puts his finger up to Moinet’s lips, shushing her. Moinet steps back, looking confused and uncomfortable. Janela smirks as Penelope steps between the two of them.

    PENELOPE FORD. That’ll be all dear, thanks.

    Danielle looks annoyed but steps away.

    JOEY JANELA. Ladies and gentlemen of the All Elite Wrestling fan base. As you may already know… If you do I’ll tell you anyway. My name is Joey Janela. And I am a bad… Bad boy. And Dynamite TV is going to bear witness to the Mad Genius of professional wrestling! The man who brought you Spring Break! The man who brought you Wheatus in wrestling in god damned 2018! I’m one crazy son of a bitch, and now… I’m ready to take this world wide!

    He smirks and grabs Ford around the waist, who gets a look of amusement as well.

    JOEY JANELA. This is a call out to the sickest and baddest bastards on the planet. Show me your worst! Bad boy… Out.

    The two walk away as we fade away.

    FADE OUT.
    11:20
    FADE IN.

    EXT. CASINO MIAMI - PARKING LOT

    GRAPHIC FADE ON:

    “EARLIER TODAY…”

    We see footage from earlier today as former Ring of Honor World Champion, Jay Lethal made his arrival to the building! Wearing an expensive suit, he made his way past fans without looking at any of them, seemingly having something important that he wants to say.

    FADE OUT.
    11:21
    [Match #4]
    Jazzy Gabert Jordynne Grace Dr. Britt Baker DMD Leva Bates
    35 Years Old 23 Years Old 27 Years Old 35 Years Old
    6' 1" 5' 3" 5' 7" 5' 2"
    194 Lbs. 150 Lbs. 125 Lbs. 114 Lbs.
    Berlin, Germany St. Louis, Missouri, USA Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, USA Madisonville, Kentucky, USA
    18 Years Experience 8 Years Experience 4 Years Experience 12 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Omega Plex [Leg Hook Belly To Back Suplex] Finishing Move(s): Final Graces [Folding Powerbomb] Finishing Move(s): Rainbaker [Ripcord Rolling Elbow] Finishing Move(s): Critical Confirmation [Double Knee Facebreaker]
    Tag Team Match
    Referee: Rick Knox
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Jazzy Gabert and Jordynne Grace w/ Reika Seiki vs. Dr. Britt Baker DMD and Leva Bates

    Match Summary:

    Britt Baker and Leva Bates entered to a familiar theme song, “Something For You,” which used to be Baker’s boyfriend Adam Cole’s NXT theme. The reason for this, was Leva Bates’ most recent cosplay venture was to dress as Adam Cole to team up with the wrestling dentist, Britt Baker DMD. Gabert and Grace came out together, wearing matching purple and silver ring gear, with a muscular japanese woman following closely behind. Schiavello announces the woman as former Tokyo Joshi Pro wrestler Reika Seiki, one of the strongest women in wrestling today. The ring gear worn by the trio all had logos that seemed to hint at something called “RFC.”

    Baker would find herself in the trouble of Gabert and Grace tossing her around, as Leva Bates would look to help where she could. Grace would throw Baker around, while the striking power of “The Alpha Female” Jazzy Gabert nearly made the dentist need one of her own. Bates would come in and get the ball rolling a bit, but eventually it was too much and she found herself steam rolled.

    Bates would attempt a headkick on Gabert - checked! Gabert landed a spinning backfist - Planted and hit a second! PLANTED AND HIT A THIRD! Bates fell to the mat, but Gabert would deadlift her back to her feet, hooking the leg and driving Leva Bates hard into the mat with the Omega Plex! Bridged cover as Grace dares the hurt Baker to make a move! 1...2...3!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Jazzy Gabert and Jordynne Grace (Pinfall w/ Omega Plex - 10:01).

    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC - FADE OFF

    Gabert and Grace stood tall with their hands raised, as Seiki took their mouthpieces from them. Ring hands looked to give them ice packs, but they would be scared off by Reika Seiki at every attempt. Grace and Gabert bumped fists and made a pose, with one hand pointing to a closed fist, as all three women stand making the pose. We see a graphic saying not to go anywhere, as Jay Lethal will be here right after this break!

    FADE OUT.


    11:34
    Commercial Break





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    11:37
    FADE IN.

    INT. - CASINO MIAMI

    FADE IN. - NUMB/HARDCORE BY LINKIN PARK & JAY-Z

    The stage lights up orange and blue, as pyro erupts from the floor. We see the self proclaimed Greatest First Generation Wrestler of all time, as the sunglasses and expensive suit of Jay Lethal makes his way down the ramp. The crowd cheers for Jay as he gets into the ring. He asks for a microphone. Lethal gets it, and the crowd begins to chant for Lethal before -

    JAY LETHAL. Shut the f*** up.

    The crowd gasps, and the chants quickly turn to boos.

    JAY LETHAL. I’ve got things to say, and something to get off my chest, and I will be listened to right now.

    HEAT.

    JAY LETHAL. I spent YEARS on the top of the mountain of Ring of Honor. I held TWO CHAMPIONSHIPS and was a CHAMPION FOR OVER 500 DAYS! I proved time and again that I am the best in the world at everything in between these ropes. Lucha, I can do it. Strong style, I can do it. Catch wrestling? In my sleep.

    MIXED REACTION.

    JAY LETHAL. The problem is… I would go to ROH every single night and look into the crowd and I would see… Bullet Club shirts… Elite Shirts… AEW shirts.

    POP.

    JAY LETHAL. AND THAT IS NOT ACCEPTABLE! The disrespect, to watch the greatest of ALL TIME go out there night in and night out, putting the company on my back and you’re going to come and cheer for some flippy shit tag team act?!

    BIG HEAT.

    JAY LETHAL. So here is my message to each and every one of you ungrateful garbage bags that call yourself fans of All Elite Wrestling. I signed my contract with one thing in mind. I came here to come to the company that you seem to want so badly, while I was out there breaking my back for your entertainment. And I am going to tear this place down piece by piece from the inside out. I am the Franchise of Professional Wrestling, and if I say something will fall, then it will fall if it is the last thing that I -

    CUT IN. - WATCH ME FLY (FLIP) BY KILLA T

    The crowd comes alive, as Flip Gordon appears on the stage! Wearing his signature FLIP! FLIP! FLIP! Shirt, available for purchase at AEW’s Pro Wrestling Tees store, he gets into the ring with Jay Lethal, microphone in hand.

    FLIP GORDON. Jay, Jay, Jay. You know what you sound like right now? You sound like all those people you always wanted to prove wrong. You’ve made your career proving wrong the people who said, “Oh, brother, The X-Division won’t cut it, dude,” or, “Hey, yo, I don’t know if that Machimo Kid has it in him,” but what did you do? You went out and proved you were the best. And that is what AEW is all about. Taking people who have been told we can’t do this, and proving them wrong. And now, you really wanna go against that? You can’t be serious, man.

    JAY LETHAL. Kid… You don’t get to be in this business for a cup of coffee and tell the GOAT how he should act, you understand me? You don’t know jack shit about ME or these people, but you’ll learn soon enough that when they get tired of your shtick, they’ll throw you to the curb and just cheer on the next flavor of the week. And if you don’t think so… Here’s your wake up call.

    WHAM!

    Lethal drives the microphone into the head of Flip Gordon! Gordon falls to the mat, as Jay Lethal pounces on his, sending right hands into the face of the young star! The crowd drowns Lethal in boos, as Jay gets back to his feet, tearing at his own tie. Lethal takes his tie and blazer off, unbuttoning his sleeves as he rolls them up. Jay Lethal motions for Flip to get to his feet, as he staggers to do so - LOW BLOW FROM LETHAL! Gordon falls down to his knees, clutching his groin as Jay Lethal lifts him up - PILEDRIVER!

    Jay Lethal stands tall over Flip Gordon, as he gets assaulted by boos. Some fans start to throw their cups into the ring, as one hits Lethal! Jay gets on the ropes, daring the guy to get into the ring, as security rushes over to calm the situation.

    HARD CUT.

    INT. CASINO MIAMI - COMMENTATION STATION

    We see Michael Schiavello and Sarah Shockey look unsure of how to react as the crowd is coming unglued right now.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Well, fans, we will do what we can to calm the situation, but sadly we have to take our final commercial break for the night, don’t go anywhere because the main event is up next!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Cody Rhodes goes up against Chris Jericho, and we will have NO INTERRUPTIONS! Mike, I can’t wait!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Well we won’t have to wait long, stay tuned, wrestling fans!

    FADE OUT.
    11:45
    Commercial Break





    11:46
    [Match #5 - MAIN EVENT]
    "Professional Wrestling' Alpha" Chris Jericho "The American Nightmare" Cody Rhodes
    49 Years Old 34 Years Old
    6' 6' 2"
    227 Lbs. 220 Lbs.
    Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Marietta, Georgia, USA
    29 Years Experience 13 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Code Breaker [Double Knee Facebreaker], Walls of Jericho [Boston Crab], Lion Tamer [High Angle Crab] Finishing Move(s): Cross Rhodes [Inverted Neckbreaker], Nightmare Clutch [Inverted Figure Four]
    Singles Match
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    Time Limit: 20 Minutes
    “Professional Wrestling’s Alpha” Chris Jericho vs. “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes w/ Brandi Rhodes

    Match Summary:

    Cody Rhodes came to the ring in gear that matched the design of Dynamite’s set. He got a largely positive reaction, as did the surprise that Brandi was able to still accompany him to the ring after her brutal loss earlier. Sporting a wrapped shoulder, Brandi accompanied Rhodes while still wearing her ring gear. Chris Jericho got a largely mixed response, still wearing his new signature black leather gear and face make up. We see stills of Double or Nothing where both men were able to secure a win.

    Cody Rhodes would have the slight edge on Jericho for most of the match. With Jericho’s age catching up with him, Rhodes being at the top of his game may have been too much. Jericho was not opposed to taking shortcuts, however, distracting the ref and trying to use the ropes, only for Brandi to help Hebner not miss any calls. Jericho would get stopped at most ventures, but in the end it looked highly even, as if either man could get the victory.

    Jericho would attempt the Walls of Jericho, but Cody Rhodes would be able to block it. A Disaster Kick from Rhodes left Jericho wobbled on his feet! Cody Rhodes would be closing in on a victory, looking to hit the Cross Rhodes - But men enter the ring - IT’S VILLAIN ENTERPRISES! SCURLL, PCO, BRODY KING! They all pounce on Rhodes, attacking him! Hebner has to ring the bell!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Cody Rhodes (DQ w/ Interference - 14:27).

    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC - FADE OFF

    12:00
    Marty leads the charge, sending strikes to the head of Cody as Jericho scurries out of the ring. Scurll backs off, catching his breath and wiping his face while his compatriots continue the brutal assault. PCO lifts Cody Rhodes and feeds to Brody King - POWERBOMB FROM KING! PCO climbing the turnbuckle - WHAT A MOONSAULT!

    Villain Enterprises stand tall in the center of the ring, as Brandi Rhodes checks on Cody. Suddenly, Marty Scurll freezes in his place. PCO and Brody King seem to notice, looking on high alert and asking Marty something in his ear. Marty walks over to the corner, relaxing for a moment before nodding. PCO AND BRODY KING LUNGE AT BRANDI?! The bell rings, signaling that the match is over as these men refuse to stop this! PCO and King each grab an arm of Brandi, who is unable to struggle free of the sheer power of these two behemoths.

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Wait a minute no! We saw this at Double or Nothing!!!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. The damning knighthood that Cody Rhodes seemed to achieve at Double or Nothing may be the same fate lying ahead of his bride!

    Marty Scurll grabs his umbrella, as Brandi now looks to be crying, heavily trying to struggle with no success! We see Cody Rhodes down and out on the outside, unaware of what is happening and unable to do anything about it! Marty Scurll walks over calmly, seemingly unbothered by all of this as the crowd boos him heavily. He knights Brandi, tapping each shoulder, just as he had done to Cody, and the crowd comes alive with cheers?! Why?!

    THE YOUNG BUCKS ARE HERE! MATT AND NICK JACKSON SLIDE INTO THE RING! SUPERKICK TO BRODY KING! Scurll ducks out of the ring - DOUBLE SUPERKICK TO PCO! Brandi runs behind The Young Bucks, covering her face as she tries to stop hyperventilating. King falls to the outside, clutching his chin in pain, as PCO staggers seemingly knocked loopy as well. Scurll walks to the back, not breaking eye contact with the ring, but again having no noticeable expression on his face. The Young Bucks theme music plays as our commentary team run down the confirmed card for next week thanking everybody for tuning in!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. For Sarah Shockey and everybody else apart of the All Elite Wrestling family, this is Michael Schiavello signing off, we’ll see you next week!

    12:03
    END GRAPHIC
    FADE OUT.
    Copyright All Elite Wrestling, LLC.

    Post-Show Press Conferences/Interviews Highlights on YouTube:
    (Available for On Demand Streaming Uncensored on All Elite Wrestling’s Website)


    Victoria Varon Panel:

    Victoria seemed… Altered. Something was different and she didn’t seem all there. She said that she had felt a darkness coming over her for some time now, and she wants to let it run free. When asked to elaborate, all she would say was that her Venom was about to be injected into the bloodstream of All Elite Wrestling… Whatever that means...
    Eli Drake Panel:
    Eli said that the match he had tonight felt like a joke, and that he wanted somebody who was a real tough guy, not someone who couldn’t make it on the gymnastics team for the third grade. He introduced MJF, who Eli had claimed to have taken under his wing and showing him the right way to come up in this business, avoiding all the dummies (Yeah!) in the way.
    Best Friends Panel:
    Beretta and Chuck Taylor had their frustrations, but a lot of their analysis of the match came down to complaining that they were “wronged.” The duo claimed to have never made the tag, yet when reporters asked about how lucha tags in AEW make that a non-factor, they ignored that fact. Taylor and Beretta came off as bitter, and cited that they were a bigger deal than a basic exhibition match on TV, seemingly not realizing how big the television debut of Dynamite really was and how many hugely talented stars had to be left off the debut card.
    Jordynne Grace, Jazzy Gabert, and Reika Seiki Panel:
    Grace and Gabert announced that the trio were the inaugural three of the faction “Revolution FC” as they would be looking to have training camps and be peers with the baddest and toughest women in the world. They said they are actively scouting members, and that Reika was their “young lion,” training her in their way and with their beliefs in mind to be the destructive force that Gabert and Grace see in her. They ended the panel by putting everyone, including Becky Knox, on notice, as they are the toughest of the tough in wrestling.


    Chris Jericho Panel:
    Jericho refused to answer any questions regarding Villain Enterprises interfering in his main event contest. Instead, Chris Jericho took the time to talk about PAC and Rey Fenix. Jericho said that all he cares about right now is that match, with that match deciding everything about Chris Jericho’s future. Jericho made it very clear that he wants one more world championship under his belt before he retires, and that he may be fighting a losing battle with father time, but Chris Jericho is still the smartest and greatest wrestler on the planet, and he will get to the top of the mountain no matter the cost.


    Cody Rhodes, Brandi Rhodes, and The Young Bucks Panel:
    Cody made it clear he has no idea why Marty and Villain Enterprises seem to be targeting him. He stated that he has sent calls, texts, DMs, tweets, emails, anything he can think of but Marty went radio silent. Cody said that them putting their hands on Brandi was unacceptable and now he cares less about wanting to know why, and more about stopping them before Villain Enterprises “makes the biggest mistakes of their lives.” Reporters broke the news to them that, for ruining the main event, each individual member of Villain Enterprises was fined 40% of their monthly wages. Cody and Brandi both nodded, but Nick and Matt Jackson seemed to not deem that enough. They stated that the vision they had for All Elite Wrestling had Marty by their side, but if Marty wants to go solo that’s fine by them. The Young Bucks laid out a challenge for PCO and Brody King and ended the press conference asking management to put into consideration the match up for them to get their revenge.

    Bash At The Beach Confirmed Card - July 28th, 2019
    AEW WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Allysin Kay[1st Champion] vs. Allie/Hikaru Shida/Kimber Lee/Jordynne Grace

    AEW CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    PAC[1st Champion] vs. Rey Fenix






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    All Elite Wrestling All Elite Wrestling Breaking News and Dynamite on TNT Ep#002 Preview!

    BREAKING NEWS FROM ALL ELITE WRESTLING DOCTORS:

    All Elite Wrestling has just learned from our doctors that at Double or Nothing, Christopher Daniels fractured his ankle during the six man tag between SoCal Uncensored and Cody Rhodes' team. Daniels has been granted an license to manage by All Elite Wrestling management, and will be working as the active second for Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky (both in singles and tag team competition) for the foreseeable future.
    ALL ELITE WRESTLING PRESENTS:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite Episode #002 - PREVIEW

    CONFIRMED CARD:

    SINGLES MATCH - 15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Meiko Satomura vs. Mayu Iwatani


    TAG TEAM MATCH - 15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    SoCal Uncensored vs. The Rascalz

    MAIN EVENT
    SINGLES MATCH - 20 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Becky Knox vs. Tenille Dashwood

    Also Promoted As Appearing: Cody Rhodes, Pentagon Zero, The Hart Dungeon, Rey Fenix, and All Elite Wrestling Champion, PAC!

    CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE





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    All Elite Wrestling Tuesday Night Dynamite on TNT Ep#002

    All Elite Wrestling Presents:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite LIVE on TNT
    Infinite Energy Center (5,000 Capacity) In Atlanta, GA
    Blow-By-Blow: Michael Schiavello
    Color Analyst: Sarah Shockey
    June 11th, 2019

    Dark Matches:
    Time Machine defeat The Briscoe Brothers in 13:04 by DQ.
    Allysin Kay defeats Santana Garrett in 11:59 by Pinfall.
    Jimmy Havoc defeats Shane Mercer in 4:42 by Pinfall.
    Willie Mack defeats Matt Sydal in 9:20 by Pinfall. (NWA NATIONAL TITLE DEFENSE!)
    Eddie Edwards defeats Kota Ibushi in 19:49 by Pinfall. (NWA WORLDS HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP DEFENSE!)

    COLD OPEN

    FADE ON DISCLAIMER.

    THE FOLLOWING CONTENT MAY SHOW ADULT THEMES AS WELL AS EXCESSIVE VIOLENCE. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

    FADE OFF DISCLAIMER.

    FADE ON LOGO.


    “ALL ELITE WRESTLING: A GLOBAL REVOLUTION”

    FADE OUT LOGO.

    10:30
    FADE IN.

    DYNAMITE ON TNT LOGO

    NARRATOR. Last week on Tuesday Night Dynamite…

    We see highlights from the women’s opening match and the women’s tag team match. Victoria Varon’s domination and chilling press conference is shown, as is Revolution FC’s debut and victory.

    NARRATOR. The women’s division started off with a blast, with veterans and new stars proving the division to have some stiff competition. With the future of the division to be decided soon -

    We see graphics highlighting next week’s #1 Contendership Four Way between Allie, Revolution FC Leader Jordynne Grace, Hikaru Shida, and Kimber Lee. We also see Becky Knox’s press conference from after Double or Nothing, and a graphic for her main event debut tonight!

    NARRATOR. Statements were made about the status quo…

    We see Eli Drake dominating and subsequently standing tall over the young Marko Stunt. We see The Young Bucks getting an emphatic win over Best Friends. And still are shown of Jay Lethal standing over Flip Gordon after dropping him with a low blow.

    NARRATOR. But above all else… A battle line was drawn.

    FLASH CUT.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. VILLAIN ENTERPRISES CRASHING THE RING!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. They can’t do this! This is our main event!

    We see Marty Scurll and his faction of destruction beat down on Cody Rhodes, before targeting his wife. They grab her arms, looking to knock her lights out with the Umbrella.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. The damning knighthood that Cody Rhodes achieved at Double or Nothing! His bride may have the same fate lying ahead!

    THE YOUNG BUCKS ARE HERE! MATT AND NICK JACKSON SLIDE INTO THE RING! SUPERKICK TO BRODY KING! Scurll ducks out of the ring - DOUBLE SUPERKICK TO PCO! Brandi runs behind The Young Bucks, covering her face as she tries to stop hyperventilating. King falls to the outside, clutching his chin in pain, as PCO staggers seemingly knocked loopy as well. Scurll walks to the back, not breaking eye contact with the ring, but again having no noticeable expression on his face.

    NARRATOR. What will happen this week?! Dynamite on TNT is live… NOW!

    FADE OUT.

    FADE IN OPENING VIDEO - “NEW ERA” BY KNOX HILL



    FADE OFF OPENING VIDEO.

    10:33
    FADE IN.

    INT. INFINITE ENERGY CENTER - COMMENTATION STATION

    We go to the announcing area, as we see the smiling faces of our All Elite Wrestling broadcast team.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Dynamite on TNT, presented by All Elite Wrestling! I am your lead blow-by-blow commentator, combat sports veteran Michael Schiavello! By my side, our color analyst and co-host of the Marty and Sarah Love Wrestling podcast, Miss Sarah Shockey!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Welcome, buddies! We’re here in Atlanta, Georgia and the crowd is pumped up with excitement, ready to see some action here in AEW!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. And they’re not going to have to wait long! Let’s send it down to Gavin Louden in the ring for our opening contest - Six Man Tag Team Action!

    10:35
    MATCH #1
    BANDIDO Flamita Will Ospreay "Bulldog Hart" Davey Boy Smith Jr. Teddy Hart Brian Pillman Jr.
    24 24 25 33 39 25
    5' 7" 5' 7" 6' 1" 6' 5" 6' 1" 6' 2"
    183 Lbs. 165 Lbs. 190 Lbs. 250 Lbs. 200 Lbs 220 Lbs
    Toorean, Coahulia, Mexico Neza, Mexico Rainham, Essex, England Calgary, Alberta, Canada Calgary, Alberta, Canada Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
    5 Years Experience 13 Years Experience 7 Years Experience 19 Years Experience 24 Years Experience 1 Year Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Revolution Fly (Moonsault Fallaway Slam) Finishing Move(s): Flam Fly (Standing Moonsault Side Slam) Finishing Move(s): Oscutter (Springboard Cutter), Stormbreaker (Ripcord Elevated Powerbomb) Finishing Move(s): Bulldog Bomb (Jumping Sit Out Powerbomb) Finishing Move(s): Hart Rate (Back Suplex Sitout Powerbomb) Finishing Move(s): Sleeping Hero German Suplex (Deep Bridge German Suplex)
    Six Man Tag Team Match
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    MexaBlood and Will Ospreay vs. The Hart Dungeon

    Match Summary:

    MexaBlood came out to a decent pop, once the crowd realized who the music was for. Wearing matching red, white, and green gear, adorned with the Mexican Flag, the duo got into the ring as Michael Schiavello cautioned the fans to make sure their seats have an edge, because that is where they will be for the entirety of the match. Will Ospreay got a great pop on his entrance, as the former NEVER Openweight Champion came down to the ring. Ospreay was in green gear, matching team colors with his partners for the contest, as he flipped off the ropes during his entrance, laughing as he mentioned that he can “do crazy shite too, mate.” The Hart Dungeon’s entrance changed the aura of the arena. As the trio of dynasty wrestlers made their way to the ring, wearing gear that is inspired by original Hart Foundation membership gear. Black and white, with pink accents is used to make reference to their heritage while still giving their own looks. Brian Pillman had an air of cockiness surrounding him, as he was surrounded by a visibly pissed off Davey Boy Smith Jr. and a seemingly annoyed to be here Teddy Hart.

    MexaBlood and Will Ospreay would be bouncing like a pinball on a trampoline, as Davey Boy Smith Jr. played the “base” for much of their offense. With a mixture of high elevation splashes and well placed kicks, the high flying trio would take control early. However, the experience edge of Teddy Hart allowed him to cheat and get an opening, as Davey Boy would pound away on Flamita with brutal slams. Brian Pillman Jr. would get into the ring and toy with Flamita, and any time he seemed to mount a comeback, a quick tag would be made to drop him back down. The experience of The Hart Dungeon just seemed to be too much for the trio to mount any lasting momentum after the initial opening.

    Bandido was in the ring, as the finish began. Ospreay and Flamita made the save from a three on one beatdown, as both men took Davey Boy Smith Jr. to the outside with clotheslines. Ospreay would do a suicide dive that Davey Boy sidestepped, and Ospreay went crashing into the guardrail! Brian Pillman would receive a takedown and rolling to the outside from Flamita, who hadn’t seen Ospreay’s mishap. Teddy Hart landed a well placed elbow to the chin to Bandido, as he made the tag to Bulldog Hart. Bulldog Jr. takes Bandido onto his shoulders in an Electric Chair as Teddy Hart climbed the top rope - CANADIAN DESTROYER FROM THE SHOULDERS OF DAVEY BOY SMITH JR.! DOOMSDAY DESTROYER FROM TEDDY HART! COVER FROM BULLDOG HART! 1...2...3!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    The Hart Dungeon (Pinfall w/ Doomsday Destroyer - 12:03).

    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC - FADE OFF.

    The Hart Dungeon stood tall in the center of the ring, as ring hands attended to the down aerial stars. Sarah Shockey particularly is in awe at the finishing move, asking the truck for another look. We get slow motion replays of the dangerous move, and by the time we get back to the ring, The Dungeon had already left the ring and started to head to the back.

    FADE OUT.

    10:47
    COMMERCIAL BREAK

    Spoiler:




    10:50
    FADE IN.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC -

    FADE ON - GOLDEN LOVERS THEME BY YONOSUKE KITAMURA

    Two of the greatest wrestlers of the generation!

    *GOLDEN STAR*

    KOTA IBUSHI!

    THE BEST BOUT MACHINE!

    KENNY OMEGA!

    The Golden Lovers!

    The pair will make their in-ring debut, as a tag team, NEXT WEEK in the main event of Dynamite on TNT! They will take on Brody King and PCO of Marty Scurll’s Villain Enterprises!

    GOLDEN LOVERS vs. VILLAIN ENTERPRISES
    IN THE MAIN EVENT!
    NEXT WEEK, ONLY ON TNT!

    FADE OUT.

    10:51
    FADE IN.

    INT. [LOCATION UNKNOWN]

    We see a dark room, as the dust moves over a dark figure in the center of the room. The camera slowly moves forward, as we see it to be PENTAGON ZERO! Brother of Number One Contender to the All Elite Wrestling Championship, Rey Fenix, Pentagon Zero has a look of anger across his face. We hear him speak, as there are on screen translations that make it clear what he is saying.

    PENTAGON ZERO. My name, is Pentagon Zero. I have made a name for myself as the most dangerous mask in wrestling, and there is good reason for that. I am not afraid of anybody, no matter what they can do. I defeated The Rainmaker, the man many call the greatest fighter alive. I could not take his arm as a trophy, but that will be rectified another day. What I am here to say is that Pentagon Zero will battle anybody who is put in front of him. I don’t care who think they’re tough, I don’t care who thinks they’re the best, I will prove that there is only one best in the world, it is me. I will be the All Elite Wrestling Champion, just as I have done in Mexico, in Lucha Underground, and in Impact Wrestling. There is nobody above Pentagon Zero. BECAUSE! I AM! PENTAGON ZERO! Y CERO MIEDO!

    Pentagon Zero shakes for a moment with intensity, before going motionless. The piercing white eyes of the luchador stare into the camera as we lose vision of him in the darkness.

    FADE OUT.

    10:53
    FADE IN.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC.

    FADE IN - NEVER GIVE UP BY NEFFEX


    A graphic is shown for next week, telling the fans that Hangman Page will be there to open the show, and break his silence since Double or Nothing! What will Hangman have to say after his loss in the biggest match of his career so far? Find out next week!

    HANGMAN PAGE!
    NEXT WEEK!


    FADE OUT.

    10:54
    MATCH #2
    Meiko Satomura Mayu Iwatani
    39 26
    5' 2" 5' 4"
    150 Lbs. 115 Lbs.
    Chigusa, Nagayo, Japan Mine, Yamaguchi, Japan
    24 Years Experience 8 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Death Valley Bomb, Scorpio Rising (Shining Wizard Axe Kick) Finishing Move(s): Bridging Dragon Suplex, Fubuki Rana (Inverted Hurricanrana)
    Singles Match
    Referee: Tiger Hattori
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Meiko Satomura vs. Mayu Iwatani

    Match Summary:

    Meiko Satomura got a decent pop from the crowd, as while some know her as the legend she is from Japan, many only recently learned of her in the 2nd WWE Mae Young Classic. In her traditional red entrance robes, she made her way down to the ring ready to compete while Michael Schiavello ran down her laundry list of accomplishments over her 2 and a half decade long career. As the stage turned blue, one of the dark horses for breaking out in the women’s division, Mayu Iwatani makes her way down to the ring! The crown jewel of World Wonder Ring STARDOM, Mayu Iwatani is a lanky, young star who is ready to make her name on a global stage! Coming to the ring in blue and white gear, with a matching mask on her hand, Mayu seems prepared for a big fight here against one of the greats in Joshi. She turned over her mask, to show that the back of it was emblazoned with the AEW logo.

    The match was even and quick, as Mayu would try to use her speed edge on the older opponent. The experience edge of Meiko would prove to give her the advantage, however, as it seemed Meiko knew all the counters to Mayu’s big moves early on. Using strikes to take Mayu off her balance, Meiko proved that she had stayed on top for so long for a reason. Iwatani would eventually need to capitalize on a rare mistake from Meiko, as Satomura took too much time to cover Mayu after a cartwheel kick to the head.

    Mayu would build up steam, as both women traded strikes to the head. Meiko went low, taking out the left knee of Iwatani! As Mayu went down, Satomura hit the ropes. She stepped up onto the knee of Mayu Iwatani, looking to go for the Scorpio Rising - but Mayu dodged the kick! Meiko landed hard on her foot, possibly tweaking her knee, right in front of Mayu Iwatani, who took her chance to hop to her feet swing Meiko Satomura over with a Dragon Suplex! Bridging cover! 1...2...3!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Mayu Iwatani (Pinfall w/ Bridging Dragon Suplex in 13:01).

    11:07
    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC. - FADE OFF.

    Mayu shakes hands with Meiko, showing her the utmost respect. The two women bow to each other, and Meiko Satomura leaves the ring, taking ice packs from ring hands as Mayu would celebrate this big win for herself in the ring. Suddenly, the crowd gasps, as we see a… Zombie… Woman? A woman in tattered clothing, appearing to be done up in zombie make up, and holding a rubber hand in her mouth, has slid into the ring and is staring at Mayu Iwatani. The woman has a plastic folding chair, and Mayu has no idea she’s here!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Ladies and gentlemen, I am receiving word that this is former Tokyo Joshi Pro star Maho Kurone! Maho was known as “Queen Zombie” in Japan, but had been retired for over a year now! What is she doing here?!

    The woman now identified as Maho Kurone opens her mouth, dropping the hand to the mat. Mayu hears the noise and gets a confused look before we hear the gutterral shriek coming from Maho Kurone! Mayu Iwatani turns around - just in time to get whacked over the head with the folding chair! Mayu goes down quickly, as Maho Kurone falls to the ground. Kurone quickly crawls over to Mayu, and begins to grab at her, but ring hands get into the ring to try and save her! Maho headbutts one in the chest sending him down! The bell is ringing, trying to get some order as The Queen Zombie hits a boot to the chin of another! She gets one in her grasps - AND SHE’S BITING HIM! SHE’S BITING THE RING HAND, WHO IS SCREAMING IN PAIN AND FEAR! Mayu is back up, and she lands a right hand to Maho, who releases the poor man!

    Maho Kurone rolls out of the ring, with a sadistic smile on her face. Mayu Iwatani is holding the back of her head, but daring Maho to get back into the ring with her. Medical staff slide into the ring to check on the downed people in the ring.

    SARAH SHOCKEY. My god… I think I’ve just seen a real life horror movie… And I may be sick.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Fans, we’re going to take a quick commercial break to try and gather order here once again and ensure that everybody is okay to continue the show. Don’t go anywhere we will be RIGHT BACK will All Elite Wrestling’s Dynamite on TNT!

    FADE OUT.

    11:08
    COMMERCIAL BREAK

    Spoiler:




    11:11
    FADE IN.

    INT. - ALL ELITE WRESTLING CATERING AREA

    FADE ON GRAPHIC - “BACKSTAGE LAST WEEK…”

    We see the members of Revolution FC, Jordynne Grace, Jazzy Gabert, and Reika Seiki, getting food after their match. Suddenly, a figure is next to them in a suede jacket, scarf hanging down. The figure bumps into the trio, reaching over them and being generally obnoxious. Grace shoves to the side with her hip and the figure drops his plate! We pan up and see it to be MJF!

    MJF. Hey! The hell do you think you’re doing!

    Jordynne and the rest of Revolution FC turn around, with Grace stepping up, nearly chest to chest with MJF.

    JORDYNNE GRACE. Watch where the hell you’re going.

    MJF. Do you know who you’re talking to little lady? I’m -

    JORDYNNE GRACE. Cut the little lady shit, Max. I kicked your ass at Double or Nothing, and I’ll do it again if you don’t back the **** off.

    MJF looks shocked at this, before turning to try and pass it off as a cough. To no avail. MJF looks past them for a moment and gets a smirk on his face.

    MJF. Ah! Just the man I was looking for! Eli!

    Suddenly, we see the appearance of Eli Drake, walking past in street clothes with sunglasses on.

    ELI DRAKE. We gotta a problem here, ladies?

    Jazzy Gabert starts to body up with Drake, who puts his hands up and steps off.

    ELI DRAKE. No, no, no, sweetheart, not my type. Bit too tall.

    Grace fakes out MJF, who flinches. MJF quickly starts to walk, grabbing at the lapel of Eli Drake to take him with him.

    ELI DRAKE. Till next time, dummies!

    MJF. YEAH!

    Revolution FC roll their eyes and go back to their plates.

    FADE OUT.

    11:14
    FADE IN.

    INT. ALL ELITE WRESTLING HEADQUARTERS

    GRAPHIC READS - WHO IS ORANGE CASSIDY?


    We see Conrad Thompson sitting in an interview set waiting for his guest. Conrad checks his watch, as he talks into his microphone for a moment. The door opens and we see a man appear. He’s wearing jeans and aviators, with a t-shirt of himself wearing that same t-shirt. He has a toothpick in his mouth and his hands in his pockets. The man casually strolls onto the set and sits down.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. What the hell man you’re like 15 minutes late!

    The man looks at Conrad for a minute before turning away again, not saying anything.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. You realize we only have about 2 minutes to do this interview now right? Your whole big debut “Who is Orange Cassidy interview” you realize that right?

    The aloof man, who we can now gather is Orange Cassidy, takes a loud breath for a second, sitting up straighter in his chair.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, whatever, kid, your career. So, ladies and gentlemen, my name is Conrad Thompson and please welcome my guest Orange Cassidy!

    The camera cuts to Orange Cassidy, waiting for him to respond.

    ORANGE CASSIDY. … … *slow, almost slurred* Hey.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Orange Cassidy, you’re seeming to take independent wrestling by storm, with GCW, Black Label Pro, Chikara, and tons of others I’m sure. What do you have that makes you different from anybody else?

    ORANGE CASSIDY.

    Orange Cassidy begins to look around, clearly bored already by this.

    ORANGE CASSIDY. Uh… *deadpan* I wrestle good.

    Conrad looks like he’s given up at this point.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, Orange, we have like a minute left so I guess just take this time to say whatever you’d like the All Elite Wrestling fans to know about you.

    Orange Cassidy stands up, as we see him standing there, with his hands in his pockets. He stands there for a few seconds before taking his hands out of his pockets. He looks forward and he… Gives a thumbs up.

    ORANGE CASSIDY. *As if he’s almost fallen asleep* I’m Orange Cassidy. Freshly Squeezed. I wrestle good, so, watch me wrestle.

    Orange Cassidy steps off the stage and takes off his microphone. You can hear him casually turn to Conrad and mutter, “thanks.” Orange Cassidy leaves, and Conrad Thompson has a mixture of confusion, anger, and sadness on his face after that “interview.”

    FADE ON GRAPHIC.

    “FRESHLY SQUEEZED”
    ORANGE CASSIDY

    Coming to All Elite Wrestling!

    FADE OUT.

    11:17
    FADE IN.

    INT. DARK ROOM. SINGLE LIGHT, SWAYING, OVER COVERED TABLE

    We see a figure standing in the room. It goes to the table and pulls off the cloth covering it. We see an array of weapons; kendo sticks, glass tubes, thumbtacks, barbed wire, and perhaps most chillingly, a railroad spike.

    The figure looks at the carnage, taking each item into his hands. We see him turn the items over in his hands, examining each piece with an almost loving care. Then, the man gets to the railroad spike. We see the man pick up the spike and hold it in his hands. He walks over to the corner, where there is a “sparring” dummy, clearly cut up with various kinds of weapons.

    The man rears back, kicking the dummy in the face before driving the railroad spike into the jugular of the inanimate opponent! The dummy falls to the mat, and the man turns his back to it. He walks off and we see a graphic.

    MAYHEM

    DESTRUCTION

    ULTRAVIOLENCE
    IS COMING
    TO ALL ELITE WRESTLING!


    FADE OUT.

    11:19
    MATCH #3
    Frankie Kazarian Scorpio Sky Dezmond Xavier Zachary Wentz
    41 36 25 25
    6' 1" 5' 10" 5' 9" 5' 10"
    215 Lbs. 176 Lbs. 183 Lbs. 176 Lbs
    2 Years Teaming W/ Scorpio 2 Years Teaming W/ Kazarian 3 Years Teaming W/ Wentz 3 Years Teaming W/ Dezmond
    Tag Team FInishing Move: West Coast Crusher (Swinging Reverse STO into 450 Splash) Tag Team Finishing Move: Move Sault (Standing Moonsault W/ Partner Shove Midair)
    Tag Team Match:
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    SoCal Uncensored w/ Christopher Daniels vs. The Rascalz

    Match Summary:
    The Rascalz made their entrance to a decent reaction. They have some passionate fans in the crowd that helps them seem more popular by proxy. The two came out in black and white gear, as Dezmond Xavier and Zachary Wentz are two of the dark horses to break out as All Elite Wrestling builds steam. As SCU made their way to the ring, Christopher Daniels was with them, walking in a boot and using crutches. Daniels is known to be injured, but will be acting as the manager for SoCal Uncensored until he is healthy enough to compete again. Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky were wearing matching gold and blue gear, and the crowd got a pretty big face reaction, despite them insulting and threatening fans on the way to the ring.

    Daniels was a major distraction for The Rascalz, and it showed. Zachary Wentz had about a minute of offense before Daniels stuck a crutch into the ring, distracting the referee and allowing Frankie Kazarian to go for the eyes. SCU would lay a beating into The Rascalz that never really picked back up for the young upstarts aside from a small flurry here or there. Kaz kept them grounded, and Scorpio would use his own agility to keep the opposition off balance.

    Dezmond Xavier would look for a comeback, landing a big enziguiri to Kazarian! Kaz fell into SCU’s corner, and Scorpio started to get into the ring! Remsburg wasn’t going to allow that, as no tag had been made, but while the official wasn’t looking, Kaz landed a knee into the groin! Doubled over, Kazarian dropped Xavier with a Swinging Reverse STO! Sky tagged in before ascending the turnbuckle… 450 Splash! The West Coast Crushed connected! The cover was made and it was academic! 1...2...3!

    WINNERS!
    Spoiler:

    SoCal Uncensored (Pinfall w/ West Coast Crusher in 6:11).

    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC - FADE OFF

    SoCal Uncensored stand tall in the ring, as the fans boo the trio for their tactics in the ring. Daniels struggles to move around on the crutches, but Sarah Shockey is clear to point out that he had no trouble using them to cheat earlier on! Ring hands tend to The Rascalz as we fade out.

    FADE OUT.

    11:25
    FADE IN.

    INT. ALL ELITE WRESTLING HEADQUARTERS - CODY’S OFFICE

    We see Cody Rhodes sitting at a large desk in his office, a signed photo of his father on one side of him, all the championships that he has won in his career (showcasing championships from WWE, ROH, NJPW, GFW, and NWA) on the other. He sits at the table with his hands crossed, some paperwork scattered about, and a perplexed look on his face. Perhaps perplexed is the wrong word. Cody isn’t confused, he is simply deep in thought. There’s something rattling around in his mind.

    Cody opens the drawer to his desk and pulls out two things; a box and a cell phone. Cody opens the box to reveal it as a cigar and lighter holder. The American Nightmare opens a cigar and lights it, putting the lighter next to his ashtray as he lifts the phone. He makes a phone call to a number in the phone that we all know too well at this point;

    CALL MARTY SCURLL

    RINGING

    Cody Rhodes puffs the cigar while waiting for an answer on the line.

    BEEP

    AUTOMATED VOICE. You have reached [REDACTED] the voicemail box of this user is currently full. Goodbye.

    CLICK.

    Cody sighs, turning the phone over before ashing his cigar. The Grandson of a Plumber sits forward, with his arms on the desk, for the first time making eye contact with the camera. He takes a deep breath before beginning to speak.

    CODY RHODES. Y’know… Marty. I didn’t want it to come to this. I don’t know what Double or Nothing was all about. But last week? You’ve overstepped your boundaries, Marty. You can **** with me all you want, but if you put your hands on my wife… You’re stepping into an area you don’t want to go to, do you understand me?

    Cody takes a puff from his cigar, slowing himself down before talking again.

    CODY RHODES. You don’t seem to understand how things work around here, Marty Scurll. You don’t run around like some rag tag group of anarchists and leave carnage wherever you want with no repercussions. Maybe some indies would give you a paycheck for it, but not here. Here, we earn what we want to achieve. Here, we settle things in the ring like wrestlers. In All Elite Wrestling, if you have a problem with someone you look them face to face and you say, “Hey, you, I don’t like the look you have on your face right now,” and you get in the ring and try to knock it off of them.

    Cody puts out the cigar in the ashtray, looking over to his championship belts on the walls. He points to them as he speaks.

    CODY RHODES. THAT is how you become a champion in professional wrestling! But… You wouldn’t know much about that, now would you Marty?

    Cody leans back in his chair, with his back straight. He puts his hands together, and gets a smug smirk on his face.

    CODY RHODES. Marty, if this truly is the way you want to play this game, my friend, we can play it. I’m not afraid to strike you down where you stand, and give you the reality check you clearly deserve. *Chuckle* Give me a call, my phone’s always on.

    Cody stands up, puts on his jacket from the rack and walks out of the room, turning the lights off as he goes. The camera pans to the side as we can faintly see some light shining through, with the embers of the cigar lighting a paper that we can faintly read -

    “BASH AT THE BEACH MUSICAL GUEST -" …

    The rest of the paper is too far in the dark to read.

    FADE OUT.

    11:35
    FADE IN.

    INT. - INFINITE ENERGY CENTER INTERVIEW PIT

    We see Backstage Correspondent Conrad Thompson standing by, with a young up and comer known as Aaron Solo!

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Now, Aaron, pardon the bluntness, but you’re relatively unknown in the American wrestling scene, what do you think you have to help you stand out in All Elite Wrestling?

    Solo chuckles for a moment, as he opens his jacket to reveal he’s wearing… A Bayley shirt from WWE?

    AARON SOLO. Right here, Conrad. You see, I’m her (he points to the shirt) fiance. Meaning I’ve got my ticket to the big leagues any time I want it!

    We can hear the live crowd boo, as Conrad looks shocked by what he’s hearing.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Is that so?

    AARON SOLO. Well duh, Conrad, I mean I’ve got the talent, the look, the charisma, and now I’ve got my in. Now it’s just a matter of when.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. And what exactly are you doing here in AEW then, young man?

    AARON SOLO. It’s simple. I’m here to raise… My… Stock. Think of the great that waited for the big money to make the jump. That’s all I’m here to do, prove that the minor leagues isn’t the place for Aaron Solo to be at.

    Conrad looks like he’s about to ask another question, when we see a mysterious woman appear from the shadows. Conrad steps back, as Sarah Shockey on commentary identifies the woman as AEW Star Priscilla Kelly! The Succubus steps towards Solo from behind. Aaron sees his interviewer backpeddling and turns to look, shocked at the woman he sees approaching him with a peculiar look in her eye. She begins to reach for his arm, but Solo snaps his arm back.

    AARON SOLO. The hell you doing, lady? I’m a spoken for man, can’t you see?

    He motions to his engagement ring, and also the bright purple shirt he’s wearing. Priscilla tilts her head, blowing him a kiss. The camera does a 180 shot behind Aaron Solo, and when it gets back to Priscilla - SHE’S GONE! Where could she have gone?! Solo whips his head around looking for her, but he doesn’t seem able to find evidence that she was ever there!

    FADE OUT.

    11:37
    FADE IN.

    INT. INFINITE ENERGY CENTER - RING AREA

    FADE ON - KINGS NEVER DIE BY EMINEM

    GAVIN LOUDEN. Laaaaaadies and gentlemen, please welcome, your All Elite Wrestling Champion OF THE WOOOOOOOOOOOORLD! THE BASTARD KIIIIIING - PAAAAAAAAAAC!

    Pyrotechnics go off, as the 1st All Elite Wrestling Champion, PAC, has arrive to Tuesday Night Dynamite for the first time ever! In his ring gear, PAC makes his way to the ring, dragging both the All Elite Wrestling Championship and his Open The Dream Gate Championship. PAC gets into the ring, draping both belts over the rope for the hardcam, so the fans can see the belts entirely as he speaks. PAC grabs the microphone, smacking it a few times until it turns on, and a few more times after it does too, which pisses off some fans.

    PAC. Ay, shut up ya dickheads!

    HEAT.


    PAC. Aye, you’re standin’ in the presence of your world champion, THE BASTARD KING!

    HEAT.

    PAC. Ya see, here’s the problem with the lot of ya! You all love to get addicted to these do nothing, subpar, flash in the pan talents, that when they get steamrolled and EXPOSED, you boo whoever exposed them. You idiots are the same people who would watch someone try to lift 500 lbs, and you know damn well that person can’t do it, but you’ll hope and you’ll believe… And then they fail! And you move on! So that’s all I’m telling ya to do, is move on! Move on from wanting to see anybody else as the champion around here, because there ain’t a guy or gal in the back that can wash my jock!

    HEAT.

    PAC. Hangman Page? I exposed him at Double or Nothing, and the poor lad still hasn’t left his house! Rey Fenix? I’ve battle against the highest caliber aerial competitors for years, and you know what I’ve learned?! I’ve learned that I’m the best damn flyer in the world when I want to be! The problem for Rey Fenix is, he can ONLY be a great flyer. I am one when it is convenient, which means that when Rey Fenix realizes he can’t outspeed or outstrike me, he will have nothing to fall back on.

    HEAT.

    PAC. You can boo me all you want, but you pieces of shit KNOW the King is correct!

    HEAT!

    PAC. You know what? I WELCOME this! I am The Bastard KING! I beg of you to bring me whatever false prophet claim to be the best that you want to bring! It is just leading the poor lamb to slaughter against the deadliest man in the world, against the man so hard I’m damn near MADE of Gold! I will DESTROY each and every one of these -

    FADE ON - FLAMING VITO BY KNUCKLE DRAGGER

    The crowd comes alive, as Rey Fenix’s entrance music begins to play! We go to the stage, as we see Rey Fenix in a suit, with a formal mask to match! The crowd begins to chant “Animo!” for the luchador, as Rey Fenix makes his way to the ring. PAC has a look of disgust on his face. Rey Fenix asks for a mic and receives one, but before Fenix can even talk - PAC DRIVES HIS MIC INTO THE FACE OF FENIX!

    PAC is being drowned in boos, as he gets on top of his challenger, raining down the right hands! PAC gets to his feet, laughing and kicking at the downed Rey Fenix! He puts his hands up, pretending to box with the man that he just cheap shotted! PAC grabs the All Elite Wrestling Championship Belt from the ropes, holding it tight in his grasps. Rey Fenix slowly staggers back to a vertical base - CHAMPIONSHIP BELT TO THE HEAD! Rey Fenix is barely conscious on the mat, as PAC rolls out of the ring, holding his titles high in the air! The crowd continues booing PAC, as medical staff tends to Fenix.

    FADE OUT.

    11:44
    FADE IN.

    We see highlights of former Olympic Wrestler, Jeff Cobb, both in the Olympics and in the independent circuit. We see some of his coaches and trainers talking about him.

    HIGH SCHOOL COACH. Yeah, Jeff… He was just scary strong, y’know? He had his moments where he even scared some of the staff, and that’s just when he was a sophomore.

    We see Jeff Cobb winning amatuer wrestling matches, and then cutting into him deadlift tossing opponents in professional wrestling.

    TRAINER. Cobb’s always had a bit of a mean streak. He’s just a strong dude who can throw anybody around, and he’s not afraid to use that.

    We see Cobb twirling Beretta around like a toy in PWG before deciding to toss him away. We see Cobb catching two men and throwing them both, before laughing and shrugging it off. We see him winning the NEVER Openweight Championship at the G1 Supercard in MSG.

    OLYMPIC COACH. We… We used to have some problems with Jeff. He’s a bit of a bully. He knows he can throw you around, and he’s gonna act however he wants because short of a weapon, nobody can stop him.

    We see Cobb’s devastating finishing move, The Tour of The Islands over and over, including massive ones to WALTER and Keith Lee!

    “THE PACIFIC POWERHOUSE”
    JEFF COBB

    Coming To All Elite Wrestling!

    FADE OUT.

    11:46
    COMMERCIAL BREAK

    Spoiler:





    11:49
    MAIN EVENT - MATCH #4
    Becky Knox Tenille Dashwood
    32 30
    5' 6" 5' 5"
    135 Lbs. 132 Lbs.
    Dublin, Ireland Melbourne, Australia
    12 Years Experience 11 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s) Beckywara Armbar (Seated Fujiwara Armbar), Hard Knox (Fisherman Buster) Finishing Move(s): Tayla Made (Single Leg Dropkick), DashLock (Muta Lock)
    Singles Match:
    Referee: Brian Hebner
    Time Limit: 20 Minutes
    Becky Knox vs. Tenille Dashwood

    Match Summary:

    Tenille makes her way to the ring first, to a mixed reaction from the crowd. She played up her cocky attitude, as it is clear who will be the fan favorite in this contest. Dashwood is wearing throwback gear, powder blue with black trim, as she awaits her opponent in the ring. The wailing cries of Highlander play over the PA System as the crowd goes wild, in a gold and black body suit, out emerges The Man! Becky Knox with a heroes welcome for her television debut tonight in the main event, as the sell out crowd loses their mind over one of All Elite Wrestling’s top stars.

    The two would look to apply their submissions right from the start, with each having the moves scouted well. Tenille would get a slight edge on Becky, who had taken the time to acknowledge the crowd. As the two would battle back and forth, Tenille would miss a forearm strike and instead hit the ring post on the outside of the ring! This was the opening Becky Knox needed to get to work on the Beckywara Armbar. The final 4 minutes or so of the match was back and forth, but Tenille was clearly losing steam and feeling in her arm as time went on in this contest.

    Tenille would grab a double leg takedown on Becky, before catapulting The Man onto her face in the middle of the ring! Tenille hooked up the legs of Knox, before bridging back and applying the DashLock! Dashwood would pull and tear away, trying to get the victory, but Becky Knox had one final trick up her sleeve. Knox would pass her arm through the grip of Tenille, and grab the injured arm from earlier in the match! With a violent yank, Tenille Dashwood had to release her grip, which gave Becky Knox the chance to push off the ground with her feet, rolling Tenille Dashwood over into the Beckywara Armbar! Becky wrenched away, pulling and yelling out, as Tenille Dashwood had no choice but to submit!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Becky Knox (Submission w/ Beckywara Armbar in 8:04).

    11:57
    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC. - FADE OFF.

    Becky gets to her feet, standing tall with a look of determination as she gets her arm raised in victory. Her music plays as Becky walks over to the time keeper’s area, asking for a microphone. Becky’s wish is granted, as she gets a microphone and stands in the ring. The crowd overwhelms her with Becky chants, before she puts the mic up to her mouth.

    BECKY KNOX. Ay, ya might wanna let me talk, I’ve not got much time left on the broadcast.

    The crowd laughs and quiets themselves down.

    BECKY KNOX. Now, I said that I would step into this ring time and time again, and prove that I deserve a shot at the Women’s Championship. Next week, there’s a number one contender’s match that I’m not involved in.

    BOOS.

    BECKY KNOX. But I just want to say, to whoever wins that match. Whether you win the title, whether Allysin Kay stays champion at Bash At The Beach, none of that changes the fact that whoever has that title is just keeping it warm for THE MAN BECKY BALBOA!

    POP.


    BECKY KNOX. So whoever wants to make a statement in the women’s division, The Man ain’t hard to find, you know my twitter, come pick a fight and get knocked back by the best damn wrestler alive!

    Knox tosses the microphone and her music starts up again. Sarah Shockey and Michael Schiavello run down what happening in this crazy episode of Tuesday Night Dynamite! Don’t forget, next week we will see the in ring debut of The Golden Lovers on Dynamite, we will see the return of Hangman Page for the first time since losing his championship match, and we will decide the top contender for Allysin Kay’s women’s championship! All of this action and more, same time, same channel, next week!

    FADE OUT.

    12:00
    END GRAPHIC
    FADE OUT.
    Copyright All Elite Wrestling, LLC. 2019

    Post-Show Press Conference Highlights on YouTube:
    (Available for On Demand Streaming In Full and Uncensored on AEW’s Website)

    The Hart Dungeon Panel:
    Davey Boy Smith Jr. made it clear that this was a sign of things to come for The Hart Dungeon in All Elite Wrestling. Teddy Hart said that the trio is there to make The Hart name the biggest name in wrestling once again, and that they aren’t going to stop until they have a stranglehold on AEW and wrestling as a whole. Brian Pillman Jr. looked happy as the other two spoke, saying that he’s finally getting the recognition he deserves as wrestling’s next breakout star, and all three of them once again reiterated that The Hart Dungeon is going to be a major force and a team to watch in AEW.
    Mayu Iwatani Panel (A Translator Was Present):
    Mayu was definitely shaken from having to deal with the run in from Maho Kurone. Iwatani said that she has great respect for Meiko Satomura, and that the win was a very sentimental moment for her personally, but that it was largely ruined by the Queen Zombie. Mayu said that if Kurone wanted to wrestle, she wouldn’t be afraid to do so, because she feels that she is meant be the face of women’s wrestling in All Elite Wrestling, and that this is the first hurdle on her path to getting there.
    SoCal Uncensored Panel:
    Scorpio and Kaz were over the moon about their win, multiple times calling it “The Most Dominant Win in AEW” (which Becky Knox would later comment on). When asked about the extent of his injury, Christopher Daniels danced around it. He said that he would definitely not be healthy to work in time for Bash At The Beach, but had no real timetable for a return. He said that his main focus right now is getting Sky and Kaz the tag team championships, which he quickly corrected to getting them a championship match so they could prove their dominance. They ended the panel with something they forgot to mention - THIS IS THE WORST CITY THEY’VE EVER BEEN TO IN THEIR LIVES!
    Tenille Dashwood Panel:
    Tenille would discuss her journey to All Elite Wrestling a bit, mentioning that she feels this may be her last chance to really make it in wrestling. She talked about how her career had stalled and she believed that a win over Becky Knox would silence all doubts, both the fans and Dashwood’s own, but she was unsuccessful tonight. She said that Knox is a hell of a talent, and that it’s no shame to lose to such a competitor, but Tenille isn’t satisfied. She said that she is going to get back in the gym, and turn it around because Dashwood knows she can beat Knox, and is determined to do it next time.

    Becky Knox Panel:

    Becky Knox immediately started the panel attacking SoCal Uncensored for their comments earlier about having “the most dominant win in AEW history.” Knox would bring up her own victory in under 2 minutes at Double or Nothing, while noting how quickly SCU were able to lose their match. Knox would go on to congratulate Dashwood for putting up a fight, but the fact of the matter is nobody is on the level of The Man. Knox said that she is gunning for the women’s title, and whoever she had to go through to get it is going to be in for a world of hurt from the Iron Maiden.

    Bash At The Beach Confirmed Card - July 28th 2019

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Allysin Kay[1st Champion] vs. Allie/Hikaru Shida/Kimber Lee/Jordynne Grace

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    PAC[1st Champion] vs. Rey Fenix





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    Re: All Elite Wrestling: A Global Revolution

    While I don’t have a tonne to say about the shows themselves (unfamiliar with a fair portion of the roster, and I’m one of the minor few that just doesn’t ‘get’ the Bucks and Kenny Omega) I feel like I need to drop in and offer some massive praise to you on the look, and the layout of this presentation. It’s beautiful to look at, and stands apart from anything else in the section.

    There’s been a flurry of AEW threads that haven’t gotten far, but it looks as if this one will stick around and soon gain traction. I love the fact you’re taking your time to get things rolling too and not just going balls to the wall with big angles from the outset. It feels like a distinct product, and not a WWE knock off, which is essential for this promotion to make a name for itself, and the focus on matches first and foremost is refreshing to see.

    That, along with the way you’re using the promos, vignettes and interviews to showcase new faces that people (like me) don’t know is perfect. Makes it very inviting for me to come back and check this out again, because now, I’m a little more familiar with Orange Cassidy and Jeff Cobb and I know what motivates Aaron Solo etc. Tremendous job in introducing your roster so far.

    The post show ‘panels’ are a great touch too. Makes it feel like a sporting event ala UFC, which I think is the style you’re going for.

    One thing though that struck me, if you’re using Conrad Thompson as an interviewer (don’t like the guy anymore, but this role makes PERFECT sense. Kudos on that), he’s got to use all the hits; “Hey hey I’m Conrad Thompson and I’m here with...” and also, “So, you’re in the main event tonight, chat me up...” or if someone is giving him abuse; “hey, don’t get at me, I’m just the mortgage guy” lol.









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    All Elite Wrestling AEW Rumors and News Accumulation/Dynamite on TNT EP#003 Preview!

    Christopher Daniels of SoCal Uncensored in All Elite Wrestling has known to have aggravated an older injury in his ankle, and will be out for an unknown amount of time. Some have said it will be a few weeks, while others claim he isn't expecting to come back to the ring until the fall. With his in-ring career nearing an end, many expect him to try out different roles inside AEW while injured. Daniels is known to be working with some of the younger talents to help develop both their characters and their in-ring work, with Andy Wu and Orange Cassidy being two examples of "Daniels Guys" currently. The story of Daniels being able to manage for SCU until he returns is another "try out" of sorts for Daniels, to see if it's something he enjoys/is talented at for when he decides to hang up the boots permanently.

    The thoughts currently in All Elite Wrestling surrounding pay-per views is to try and make them to be "events" for the weekend instead of just Sunday night. There have been people both for and against this in the company, with the fear that they would be trying to reach too far and come off as similar to WWE, while others argue that the important part is the presentation and treatment rather than avoiding using an idea altogether. We saw it hinted at this past week on Dynamite, as Cody Rhodes had a paper reading "Bash At The Beach Musical Guest." As far as our sources say, there will be a musical performance at Bash At The Beach, but both the justification and identity of such a star are yet to be known.

    As people speculate who will be joining All Elite Wrestling as a "former WWE talent" as was confirmed by president Tony Khan, there continue to be questions about who would be the right fit. Many continue to mention the fact that AEW needs to add starpower to their women's division, and many wonder if that hints to the future of some WWE women. Sasha Banks continues to battle with the WWE in terms of contract disputes, Asuka has been cryptic on twitter as her contract is known to be ending, and Natalya even tweeted out congratulations to The Hart Dungeon for their AEW success in their debut. There are plenty of speculations in terms of who could be coming, but nobody can yet claim with certainty who if any of them will be making the jump.

    Sources within All Elite Wrestling have helped to shed more light on the earlier musical guest question. It is being said that there will be added intermissions to future AEW pay-per view specials. The idea will be that the intermission allows for more chaotic/interesting action in the ring that time can be used to clean up, that there can be multiple "main events" in the evening (Both in the literal sense of halves of the show and the sense that they can more easily avoid a match being labeled "the piss break" because of the match prior), and that the it can help with mainstream exposure. Some were pushing the idea that it will be more akin to the NFL having a halftime show, and gave hints towards potentially having a panel to speak during the intermission as well as the musical performance.

    Adrian Wilde (Formerly known as Tyler Breeze) has debuted an interesting gimmick in Mexico. Teaming with Exotico veteran Pimpinela Escarlata for a tour, Wilde debuted a new androgynous look, taking the Adrian Street homage to an 11 on the scale. Making some headlines in American media, the character started trending on twitter as many drew similarities to early 90's Goldust. Some think it is a way of reinventing himself while keeping the essence of the gimmick so that he can continue to brand himself the same way, while others believe it was his original vision for the character being allowed to finally pull through.

    Jon Moxley ended the historic 548 day GCW Championship reign of Nick Gage last night at GCW Legends Are Forever. After a brutal Moxicity (Air Raid Crash) off a ladder and through two doors (yes, you read that correctly. Doors.), Jon Moxley would win his first major championship since leaving the WWE. This has lead to Moxley announcing he would only be taking GCW bookings after he finishes his scheduled tour of Big Japan in August. Many have lead the belief that GCW is the top independent company in America, and this may add to that belief.

    There has been a leaked email from All Elite Wrestling showing that there is a casting call for some people that may not be already involved in the wrestling industry. The email details that they are looking to add a small number of "long term supporting roles" and adds a character description that seems to fit valets and managers. Many believe that AEW is looking to combine the feel of UFC Fight Camps in terms of it being common to have a training circle, as well as New Japan where each stable seems to have their own designated manager combo (Gedo with Okada/Jay White, Taka with Zack Sabre Jr., and Daryl with Hiromu Takahashi being examples). Some character ideas leaked in the email for the auditions included: a boxing fight coach, a southern conservative (preferably older and caucasian male), and a legal representative. These ideas are obviously (it was clearly stated in the email as such) loose arcs of the characters, with the specifics being confidential outside of the doors of meetings with specific auditioning talent. Some have said they may be looking in the wrestling industry for some veterans that can fit this like Bill Alfonso and Tracy Smothers, but the success of Dario Cueto in Lucha Underground has made AEW want to test the waters for an outside force to earn a spot.

    [SOURCE(s): Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Ryan Satin, PWTorch]

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING PRESENTS:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite Episode #003 - PREVIEW

    CONFIRMED CARD:

    SINGLES MATCH - 15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    "Queen Zombie" Maho Kurone vs. Mayu Iwatani


    #1 Contender's Match for All Elite Wrestling Women's Championship
    FOUR WAY MATCH - 15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Allie vs. Kimber Lee vs. Hikaru Shida vs. Jordynne Grace

    MAIN EVENT
    TAG TEAM MATCH - 20 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Golden Lovers vs. Villain Enterprises

    Also Promoted As Appearing: Marty Scurll, SoCal Uncensored, Joey Janela, Victoria Varon, Jeff Cobb, Hangman Page, and Chris Jericho!

    CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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    All Elite Wrestling Tuesday Night Dynamite on TNT Ep#003

    All Elite Wrestling Presents:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite LIVE on TNT
    Grady Cole Center (3,000 Capacity) In Charlotte, NC
    Blow-By-Blow: Michael Schiavello
    Color Analyst: Sarah Shockey
    June 18th, 2019

    Dark Matches:
    The Rascalz defeat The Hart Dungeon in 6:22 via Pinfall.
    Jazzy Gabert defeats Tsukasa Fujimoto in 7:00 via Submission.
    Eli Drake and MJF defeat Best Friends in 12:40 via Pinfall.
    Brandi Rhodes defeats Kris Wolf in 5:49 via Pinfall.
    The Young Bucks defeat Andrew Everett and Trevor Lee in 14:20 via Pinfall.

    COLD OPEN

    FADE ON DISCLAIMER.

    THE FOLLOWING CONTENT MAY SHOW ADULT THEMES AS WELL AS EXCESSIVE VIOLENCE. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

    FADE OFF DISCLAIMER.

    FADE ON LOGO.

    “ALL ELITE WRESTLING: A GLOBAL REVOLUTION”

    FADE OUT LOGO.

    10:30
    FADE IN.

    DYNAMITE ON TNT LOGO

    NARRATOR. Last week on Tuesday Night Dynamite…

    FLASH ON - HIGHLIGHTS OF LAST WEEK

    We see the opening six-man tag between the trio of MexaBlood and “The Aerial Assassin” Will Ospreay battled in a thrilling match with The Hart Dungeon!

    NARRATOR. First impressions were made…

    Mayu Iwatani’s victory over Meiko Satomura is highlighted, when suddenly we hard cut to the post match attack!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. That’s Maho Kurone! Queen Zombie! What is she doing here?!

    We see her brutal assault of ring hands, before escaping just as Mayu Iwatani gets back to her feet to try and fight off the force shown.

    SARAH SHOCKEY. I’ve just seen a real life horror movie…

    NARRATOR. Opportunities were taken…

    We see SCU cheating to get the advantage in their tag team affair with The Rascalz, before showing footage of them denying it at every turn later that night at the press conference.

    NARRATOR. Lines were crossed…

    We see PAC coming down and taunting the crowd before REY FENIX APPEARS! He would go to speak, only to get cheap shots from the champion! PAC would leave with a smirk on his face.

    NARRATOR. A gauntlet was set down.

    We go to Cody’s office, where he sits with an intense stare.

    CODY RHODES. You don’t seem to understand how things work around here, Marty.

    FLASH TO MARTY SCURLL ATTACK AT DOUBLE OR NOTHING & DYNAMITE EP#001

    CODY RHODES. If you have a problem with someone you look them face to face and you say, “Hey, you, I don’t like the look on your face right now,” and you get in the ring and try to knock it off of them.

    We see Cody Rhodes trying to call Marty multiple times since Double or Nothing.

    CODY RHODES. Marty, if this is truly the way you want to play this game, my friend, we can play it. I’m not afraid to strike you down where you stand and give you the reality check you clearly deserve.

    HARD CUT TO THE MAIN EVENT

    CROWD. BECK-Y! BECK-Y! BECK-Y!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Like a hero returning home from battle, and she didn’t even go anywhere!

    Highlights are shown of Becky Knox going to battle with Tenille Dashwood, before winning with the Beckywara Armbar! We see her after the match with a microphone.

    BECKY KNOX. I said that I would step into this ring time and time again, and prove that I deserve a shot at the Women’s Championship. Next week, there’s a number one contender’s match that I’m not involved in.

    BOOS.

    BECKY KNOX. Whoever wins that match. Whether you win the title, whether Allysin Kay stays champion at Bash At The Beach, none of that changes the fact that whoever has that title is just keeping it warm for THE MAN, BECKY BALBOA!

    POP.

    BECKY KNOX. So whoever wants to make a statement in the women’s division, The Man ain’t hard to find, you know my twitter, come pick a fight and get knocked back by the best damn wrestler alive!

    We fade out as we see Knox celebrating while hearing the crowd chant her name.

    NARRATOR. This week!

    FADE ON GRAPHIC - TONIGHT’S PREVIEW

    SINGLES MATCH
    “QUEEN ZOMBIE” MAHO KURONE vs. MAYU IWATANI

    FATAL FOUR WAY FOR THE RIGHT TO CHALLENGE ALLYSIN KAY AT BASH AT THE BEACH
    ALLIE vs. HIKARU SHIDA vs. KIMBER LEE vs. Jordynne Grace

    AND THE MAIN EVENT OF THE EVENING
    GOLDEN LOVERS vs. VILLAIN ENTERPRISES

    NARRATOR. All of this and more, RIGHT NOW, on All Elite Wrestling presents: Dynamite on TNT!

    FADE IN OPENING VIDEO - “NEW ERA” BY KNOX HILL



    FADE OFF OPENING VIDEO.

    10:35
    FADE IN.

    INT. GRADY COLE CENTER - COMMENTATION STATION

    We see our bright eyed and smiling commentary team as they introduce themselves as The “Aussie Authority on All Things Combat” Michael Schiavello, and “Podcaster Extraordinaire” Sarah Shockey!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Welcome, All Elite Wrestling fans to another week of the best bell to bell in-ring competition you will find on television - Welcome to Tuesday Night Dynamite!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. What’s up, buddies! We’ve got a great show coming for you tonight, with a lot of things for Bash At The Beach looking to get cleared up here tonight!

    FADE ON - GHOST TOWN TRIUMPH BY VINCENT PEDULLA

    CROWD POP.

    The video walls light up with his name, and out walks the man in a three piece suit, aviators on his eyes, Hangman Page is in the building!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Speaking of things getting cleared up! We haven’t seen Page since his loss to PAC in the main event of Double or Nothing!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Hangman hasn’t been active on social media, he hasn’t been making any appearances, he’s just been gone.

    Hangman Page makes his way down the ramp, with a stoic look on his face. He shakes hands with the fans and slaps hands as he walks past, but he clearly has his mind somewhere else. Page gets to the ring, and is handed a microphone as he climbs up onto the apron. Page looks out to the fans in attendance, as they cheer him on. He gets between the ropes and stands in the center of the ring. As his theme song fades down, the crowd begins huge chants of “HANG-MAN!” *clap* *clap* “HANG-MAN!” *clap* *clap* Hangman Page takes his aviators off his face, hanging them on his shirt directly next to his bolo tie. He brings up the mic to his face as he begins to speak.

    HANGMAN PAGE. Please. I don’t deserve that kind of reaction.

    POP.

    HANGMAN PAGE. No, I’m serious. See, Double or Nothing was supposed to be a coming out party for Hangman Page. At the start of this year, I had the world in front of me. My contract came up, and I have some very lucrative offers that could have made me very financially stable for a long time.

    HEAT.


    HANGMAN PAGE. But instead, I decided to take a bet on myself, I decide to go with the uncertainty and use this opportunity to prove myself.

    POP.

    HANGMAN PAGE. And the fans… They were with me. You saw the Full Gear Challenge all the way up to the show, and you guys supported me the whole way. Through the night my phone kept blowing up with tweets and texts from people who told me that I am going to be the face of All Elite Wrestling. And the moment comes and… I choked.

    Page drops the mic for a second, seeming to have lost himself for a moment. The crowd begins to clap as another chant starts to break out for Page who cuts it off quickly.

    HANGMAN PAGE. No. You guys don’t get it. I appreciate that you guys support me, and I will work until the day I die to make myself the level of athlete that deserves the support you give me. But at Double or Nothing that wasn’t me. All the training, the hard work, the strategy… It ended without me as the AEW Champion. And that… That killed me inside. I went home and lost myself in some booze feeling sorry for myself, just looking for some kind of answer for where I went wrong.

    SYMPATHETIC BOOS.

    HANGMAN PAGE. But… I realized something. I realized that the reason that everybody latched onto The Full Gear Challenge with me, the reason that I got so many messages, the reason that you all still cheered me on my way out here tonight is the same reason I still lace up my boots each and every night… We believe.

    POP.

    HANGMAN PAGE. You all believe just like me that the underdog taking a bet on themselves CAN prove themselves to be the best in the world! We believe that one small setback isn’t the defining moment, just another step in the process of kicking down the door! We believe that Hangman Page is your next world champion!

    POP.

    FADE IN - KINGS NEVER DIE BY EMINEM FT. GWEN STEFANI

    HEAT.

    As Page brings down the microphone, he and the fans in attendance look to the stage to see the arrival of the CURRENT All Elite Wrestling Champion, “The Bastard King” PAC! In his all black ring gear, with the AEW Championship around his waist, a sadistic grin is across his face. He begins to make his way down the ramp, microphone in hand.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. And fans, PAC is well known for the joy he receives in stirring the pot. After attacking current #1 Contender Rey Fenix last week on Dynamite, you have to imagine Page is weary of what The Bastard King has on his mind!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. PAC thinks it’s fun to cause a panic, wherever he goes it’s like a tornado ran through after he leaves!

    PAC gets into the ring, holding the microphone to his mouth and laughing in a deep, guttural voice as Hangman starts to body up to him.

    PAC. Easy… Eeeasy there big man.

    HEAT.

    PAC holds up his hand, separating himself from Hangman Page, who looks ready to throw hands at any second.

    PAC. You’re a little on edge, aren’t ya, Adam? You got that look in your eye like you wanna get in a fight. You lookin’ to get into a fight right now?!

    Page raises his fists, daring PAC to bring it as the crowd roars.

    PAC. Well, it’s a shame, because I don’t fight for free, and THAT is why I am the champion!

    PAC takes the title off his waist and holds it high as the crowd drown him in boos. He holds it tight against his midsection as he speaks.

    PAC. I know where I’ve seen that look in your eye before, Adam. It was weeks ago, at Double or Nothing, when I proved that you’re nothing more than a flash in the pan that these pathetic people have latched onto. And what’s worse?! You bought into it! You bought into the hype that you’re somehow more than a midcarder surrounded by friends who are infinitely more important than you.

    HEAT.


    Page turns his head to the side, as the original look of dismay when he came out is now becoming anger.

    PAC. Oh what? I strike a cord? Well, clearly you believe it yourself. You took that stupid Full Gear Challenge and next time we see you you’re in a suit! You’re even a failure at your own social media goal.

    HEAT.

    PAC. Adam, you’re pathetic. You, Rey Fenix, and everybody else in this company are second fiddle to YOUR champion! At Bash At The Beach, The Bastard King makes another peasant bend a knee and show some respect! I did it at Double or Nothing, and I’ll do it again! And if you ever get another shot at this title, Adam, I’ll send you back home again. How’s your Ma, by the way -

    RIGHT HAND FROM HANGMAN! Page has heard enough! The crowd comes alive as Hangman Page gets a double leg takedown! Page rains down right hands!!! Hangman Page gets up, as he pulls off the buttons of his shirt. Page gets the shirt off, throwing it into the crowd as he measures PAC! PAC gets to his feet, and Page grabs him, looking to get him up for the Rite of Passage (Belly To Back Piledrivee) - NO! PAC uses the momentum to flip out to his feet! Page turns around - PK TO THE CROTCH! The crowd voices their displeasure as PAC checks his lip for blood, a look of rage building on his face. PAC holds the AEW title belt in his grasps, measuring for Page to get back to his feet -

    POP.

    Two masked blurs speed down the ramp - PENTAGON ZERO AND REY FENIX! The Lucha Bros are here! They slide into the ring, as PAC sees the two and slides out the other side. PAC hops the barricade, making his way through the fans in attendance, who are yelling at him as he passes. A split screen is shown, on the right side of the screen we see PAC, smug smirk on his face as he holds the All Elite Championship high above his head, while on the left we see Rey Fenix making sure Hangman Page is okay, as Pentagon Zero stands on the middle rope, yelling for PAC to come back and fight.
    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Fans, we’re gonna cut to a quick commercial break, don’t go anywhere! As soon as we get back we will see “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela going head to head with the debuting Darby Allin. AEW brings the best in ring action in the world - right after this!

    FADE OUT.

    10:46
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:



    10:49
    Match #1
    Joey Janela Darby Allin
    29 26
    5'8" 5'8"
    200 Lbs. 180 Lbs.
    Asbury Park, New Jersey, USA Seattle, Washington, USA
    13 Years Experience 4 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Package Piledriver, Superkick FInishing Move(s): Coffin Drop (Diving Hip Attack)

    Singles Match
    Referee : Bryce Remsburg
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Joey Janela w/ Penelope Ford vs. Darby Allin


    Match Summary:

    Darby Allin made his way to the ring first, with a somewhat mild reaction. Not many fans knew what to make of this man, painted up so that half of his body resembles a skeleton, as he slunk out to the ring in a long trench coat. Allin sat in the corner waiting, as his opponent’s theme music hit. Sparklers would light up the stage, as we see a curvy figure in the shadows among the lights. We see the blonde hair and leopard leotard of Penelope Ford! She struts by, as out walks Joey Janela, in match leopard tights, smoking a cigarette, and smacking hands with some fans in the front row. The crowd gave a good pop for Janela, as some Joey chants broke out .

    Darby Allin would try to get an advantage by using his body as a weapon, throwing himself into Janela. It would work momentarily, but when Janela was able to catch Allin with a superkick to the back of the head, Allin went limp. Janela would land a few more slams, but it was clear that Allin wasn’t all there anymore.

    Joey Janela lifted Darby Allin from the mat, as he for a second looked concerned for Allin. Darby would grow a sadistic smirk, and the mic would pick up him saying, “Do… it… already…” Janela would oblige, putting him in position and driving Darby Allin into the mat with the Package Piledriver! Janela hooked the legs and got the three count!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Joey Janela (Pinfall w/ Package Piledriver in 4:34).

    10:53
    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC/FADE OFF

    Joey Janela sprawls on the ring, laughing as he seemed to not break too much of a sweat in that contest. Penelope moves around the outside, as she gets a microphone from a ring hand. Allin rolls to the outside of the ring, getting ice packs on his neck from ring hands as well. Penelope gets into the ring and passes the microphone to Joey Janela, who put his Bad Boy Sunglasses back on to speak.

    JOEY JANELA. Ladies… and… GENTLEMEN! I am the motherf****** BAD BOY, Joey Janela!

    POP.

    JOEY JANELA. So some of you know about me… And if you know anything about Joey Janela, you know that I love to do the craziest s*** imaginable in this business. That’s why, I am here to lay down a challenge. I have spent the last few years with some companies that produce amazing DEATH MATCHES! And the Death Match is an art that doesn’t get the praise it deserves… I love this business, and it’s my dream to keep doing this my entire life, until I die in the middle of this ring. And for that reason, I am going to be the change I want to see in this business! At Bash At The Beach, Joey Janela is sending out a Death Match Invitational Challenge, anybody who wants to show up and take on the Bad Boy can step up and be put away!

    Janela tosses the mic as the crowd pops, and Janela gets another cigarette from Penelope. The two leave as we see a graphic for the match confirming:

    BASH AT THE BEACH:

    DEATH MATCH
    Joey Janela vs. TBA

    FADE OUT.

    10:55
    FADE IN.

    INT. WRESTLING SCHOOL - TRAINING CENTER

    We see highlights of a man tosses wrestlers around in a ring. They appear to be training, and he’s teaching a lesson… It looks more like assault than a lesson, however. We pan to the side and see a man looking stressed on the sidelines, he’s wearing a button up and slacks, and looks to be in his mid 40’s, drinking from a coffee cup. We go to speak with him, and he identifies himself as Ken Carson, the guy who runs this school.

    AEW CAMERA MAN. What’s happening here?

    KEN CARSON. We’re having a… Uh… Sorry… We’re having a guest teacher today with some students. I’m just worried it’s getting a little rough.

    We look over to the ring to see someone get thrown off the top rope, onto a group on the outside.

    KEN CARSON. I mean, these guys aren’t even the paid students we aren’t supposed to be physical with this group.

    AEW CAMERA MAN. And why is this happening?

    KEN CARSON. I mean… You try stopping him, man. He’s brutal.

    We see a man in a hoodie walk up, chuckling as he drinks from a sports branded squirt bottle. He takes the hood off to reveal himself as:

    JEFF COBB!

    Cobb looks over his shoulder to the ring, as we see bodies strewn about in very uncomfortable looking positions.

    JEFF COBB. Thanks, man. Really appreciate the grappling dummies.

    Cobb walks off, smacking the coffee cup out of the hand of Carson. Carson flinches, and Jeff Cobb just laughs as he walks off. Carson looks at the cameras and just half shrugs as he forces a laugh.

    KEN CARSON. Eh… It’s Jeff Cobb… What are you gonna do?

    HARD CUT.

    Highlights are shown of Jeff Cobb tossing around people, slamming them with his signature Tour of the Islands.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC.

    “THE PACIFIC POWERHOUSE”
    JEFF COBB


    Coming Soon To All Elite Wrestling!

    FADE OUT.

    10:56
    FADE IN.

    INT. ALL ELITE WRESTLING TRAINING HEADQUARTERS

    We see a group of the roster training in the ring, honing their craft. However, the camera seems to fixate on something in the background. The camera zooms in, and we see Victoria Varon standing there, speaking to one of AEW’s blue chip young talent, Shotzi Blackheart! Varon seems to be having a very long conversation with Shotzi, who looks fixated on every word that Victoria is saying.

    Varon holds her hand out for a moment, as all the sound of the training center seem to hollow out, with only white noise coming through on the broadcast. A dull humming begins, as Shotzi reaches her hand back out for Varon for a second, the camera begins to glitch. The cameraman takes a deep breath and we see the camera hit the ground. We see the man filming on the ground now next to the camera, as a hand covers the screen.

    FLASH.

    We see the training center now, but all light has left from the building, the only way you can see is the amount of candles lit around the floors. We see figures sitting in the ring, crawling around, as we are unable to make out who they are, or even how many there are. Sitting in front of the ring, we zoom in and see her - Victoria Varon!

    VICTORIA VARON. We… Are coming. I warned you of the venom that has flowed through my veins. And as my body grows weaker and I near the end of my career, I will continue to have my influence in professional wrestling. I will continue to have my influence to a global audience. I will continue to have my legacy grow, as my venom will flow through the veins of those who take my place… Those who I have taught in my image… Those who I have led to the brighter side of the dark…

    Varon breaks out to hysterical laughter for a moment, and all the figures in the ring freeze, holding their position for some reason unknown, be it fear or excitement.

    VICTORIA VARON. We are coming… In fact… We’re already here.

    FLASH.

    VENOM
    Coming to All Elite Wrestling...

    FADE OUT.

    10:59
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:





    11:02
    FADE IN.

    INT. - REVOLUTION FC PERSONAL LOCKER ROOM

    We see Reika Saiki and Jazzy Gabert sparring with Jordynne Grace, throwing strikes as Grace dodges out of the way.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. And don’t forget, wrestling fans, later tonight, four women go head to head to decide who will challenge Allysin Kay for the AEW Women’s Championship at Bash At The Beach!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. We have Jordynne Grace, Allie, Kimber Lee, and Hikaru Shida all competing to decide who is the rightful challenger!

    We see Grace throw a barrage of strikes, knocking the training glove off the hand of Reika Saiki. Grace turns and stares down the camera.

    LATER TONIGHT! DON’T MISS IT!

    FADE OUT.

    11:02
    Match #2
    Mayu Iwatani Maho Kurone
    26 Unknown (Likely Mid 20's-30's)
    5'4" Unknown (~5'3)
    115 Lbs. Unknown (~115 Lbs.)
    Mine, Yamaguchi, Japan Land of the Undead
    8 Years Experience 3 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Bridging Dragon Suplex, Fubuki Rana (Inverted Rana) Finishing Move(s): Ouroboros (Swinging Snap STO), Diablos (Neckbreaker)
    Singles Match
    Referee: Brian Hebner
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Mayu Iwatani vs. Maho Kurone

    Match Summary:

    Mayu Iwatani got a good pop for her entrance, as she made her way to the ring with a new custom mask, with the AEW Logo and a design reminiscent of The Nature Boy, in tribute of the history of the building we are in for the night. As Maho Kurone stalked her way to the ring, members of the crowd booed as they understood Mayu’s hatred of her. We see a replay of their last encounter, as Mayu was attacked by Maho Kurone in Queen Zombie’s debut. Wearing a black metal shirt and her traditional zombie appearance, Maho would put the rubber hand hanging from her mouth in her corner for the match.

    Mayu would use her speed and agility to dance around the frenzied attacks of Maho Kurone. Mayu would use her technical know how to send Maho to the mat multiple times, using technique over anger. Schiavello on commentary reiterates that we are unsure why Maho would attack Mayu previously on Dynamite, but that Mayu Iwatani did not take the disrespect lightly. Mayu built up a head of steam and momentum, looking to put away Maho Kurone when a figure would appear on the apron - SHOTZI BLACKHEART!

    As Mayu looked at Shotzi, perplexed for a moment, but referee Brian Hebner would be distracted by telling Blackheart to leave the ring. Maho would grab the hand from her corner, and drive it in the back of the head of Mayu Iwatani! Maho would toss the hand out of the ring, driving Mayu Iwatani headfirst into the mat with Ouroboros and getting the three count.

    WINNER!

    Spoiler:

    Maho Kurone (Pinfall w/ Ouroboros in 5:30).

    11:07
    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC/FADE OFF

    Mayu Iwatani is on the ground, dazed and down from the beat down. Shotzi Blackheart gets in the ring, with a smirk on her face as she stares down with Maho Kurone.

    BLACK OUT.

    LIGHTS UP.

    We see, VICTORIA VARON! She’s standing over Mayu Iwatani! Around her are Maho Kurone, Shotzi Blackheart, Priscilla Kelly, and a disheveled and tired looking Darby Allin!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Wait a minute! Is this VENOM?!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Victoria Varon said they were already here, but we may not realize just how deep she has infected All Elite Wrestling!

    VENOM stands tall in the ring, standing over Mayu as Iwatani writhes in pain on the mat.

    FADE OUT.

    11:08
    FADE IN.

    FADE IN - GO TO WAR BY NOTHING MORE

    We see highlights from Double or Nothing, as we see the Three Way for the All Elite Wrestling Tag Team Championships!

    JAY DRILLER FROM JAY BRISCOE TO SABIN!

    DEZMOND XAVIER SPRINGBOARDS OUT OF NOWHERE TO BREAK UP THE COVER!

    BACK FLIP KICK FROM XAVIER TO JAY BRISCOE! FINAL FLASH!!!

    SABIN SAVES KUSHIDA - TAKING THE SUPERKICK FOR HIS PARTNER!

    MOVESAULT TO SABIN!

    HOVERBOARD LOCK! KUSHIDA HAS THE DOUBLE WRISTLOCK DEEPLY APPLIED!


    JUSTIN ROBERTS. Your winners, and NEW ALL ELITE WRESTLING TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS!

    GRAPHIC FADE ON.

    Inaugural All Elite Wrestling Tag Team Champions
    TIME MACHINE
    Chris Sabin and KUSHIDA

    Debut on #DynamiteOnTNT NEXT WEEK!

    FADE OUT.

    11:09
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:




    11:11
    FADE IN.

    INT. - PRIVATE MMA // WRESTLING HYBRID GYM

    We see a ring with grappling dummies strewn about. The camera pans to the side and we see a tall latina woman sparring with a trainer. She sends stiff forearms and knee strikes to the pads, ducking strikes coming from all directions at the same time.

    HARD CUT - IN RING

    We see the woman now in the ring, as people charge at her. She legsweeps one man, before ducking and dropkicking another in the back! A large man grabs her from behind, but she kicks and runs up a smaller man in front of her - landing on her feet behind the large man! She kicks the back of his knee, and shoves his shoulder into the other man, who now seems to have him for a DDT? The woman leaps and strikes a knee into the smaller man, who falls back, driving the DDT into the larger man inadvertently!

    The woman wipes her hair from her face, sitting down on the ring apron and drinking from a spray bottle of water.

    GRAPHIC FADE ON.

    ~MERCEDES MARTINEZ~
    COMING SOON TO ALL ELITE WRESTLING

    FADE OUT.

    11:11
    FADE IN.

    GRAPHIC READING: Earlier This Week At AEW Media Tour…

    INT. PRESS CONFERENCE - VILLAIN ENTERPRISES (MARTY SCURLL, BRODY KING, & PCO) SEATED AT A TABLE, DESTRO STANDS BEHIND PCO

    We see reporters waiting to ask questions, as Marty Scurll sits with a blank expression across his face. Brody King and PCO appear annoyed, while Destro seems frantic behind PCO.

    MALE REPORTER. Marty, you’ve remained silent since Double or Nothing, are we ever going to hear about why you decided to turn your back on Cody?

    Marty Scurll looks at the man for a moment, before reaching for his water and taking a drink. The Villain waves his hand, shooing the reporter and motioning for the next question to be asked.

    FEMALE REPORTER. Marty, do you fear the status of your employment after going on such a personal assault for one of the EVPs of the company?

    Marty laughs under his breath for a moment before waving it off just like the last question.

    MALE REPORTER. Anybody… We just want to know what any of this is about, can any of you help us understand what is happening?

    Brody King grabs his microphone, standing up for a moment.

    BRODY KING. If you don’t understand what this is about, you aren’t paying attention. Look around you. Hell, ask Cody if you want to know so bad, because Marty Scurll is refusing any and all conversation with media until Cody Rhodes steps up and acknowledges that he knows EXACTLY what this is all about.

    King throws the mic down, and PCO stands too, flipping the table in the process. Members of the press rush backwards in fear, as PCO eyes up some of them. Scurll stands up slowly, motioning for the group to leave, and they do, as photographers take pictures.

    FADE OUT.

    11:13
    Match #3
    Allie Kimber Lee Jordynne Grace Hikaru Shida
    31 29 23 31
    5'10" 5'3" 5'3" 5'5"
    120 Lbs. 125 Lbs. 150 Lbs. 126 Lbs.
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada Collingswood, New Jersey, USA Saint Louis, Missouri, USA Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
    12 Years Experience 8 Years Experience 8 Years Experience 11 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s): Best Superkick Ever, Allie Valley Driver (Death Valley Driver) Finishing Move(s): Alligator Clutch (Double Leg Trap Cover), Yoshitonic (Rolling Sunset Flip Powerbomb) Finishing Move(s): Final Graces (Folding Powerbomb), Lariat Finishing Move(s): Falcon Arrow, Tamashii no Three Count (Running Knee Strike)
    Four Way Match
    #1 CONTENDERSHIP FOR AEW WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
    Referee: Rick Knox
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Allie vs. Kimber Lee vs. Jordynne Grace w/ Revolution FC vs. Hikaru Shida

    Match Summary:


    Hikaru Shida made her way down to the ring first, wearing red and black gear. Shida wasn’t well known by many, but some hardcore fans in small pockets chanted for her as they recognized her. Out next was Kimber Lee, who got a good pop as well. She wore the same gear she wore for her Chikara Grand Championship win, as Sarah Shockey on commentary notes that she’s looking to channel her most successful period, considering the gear “lucky.” Allie got the biggest reaction of the match, with Allie chants lasting a large portion of the entrance. In her bright pink gear, the bubbly talent is back to the Allie we all know and love here in AEW. The final entrant was Jordynne Grace, who was flanked by her fellow members of Revolution FC on either side. The group got a mixed reaction, but a decent reaction nonetheless.

    Shida and Kimber Lee looked to prove a point, being two people the audience didn’t have much faith in to win. The two would take out Jordynne Grace early, sending her to the outside, before working together to take out Allie. Allie would be able to survive alone long enough for Jordynne Grace to get back into the ring, and Grace would exact revenge on Shida and Kimber Lee. Grace would throw lariats to both, but both women were able to dodge them. Lee would go for a crossbody, only to get caught by Jordynne Grace, and thrown into a standing Hikaru Shida! Both women went down hard, and Grace went for Allie, hitting the lariat, and getting a nearfall before Shida and Kimber Lee were able to break up the cover.

    Hikaru Shida and Kimber Lee would look to get Grace back to her feet, as Allie got herself to the corner. Shida and Lee attempted a double suplex, but Jordynne Grace took them both over instead! Kimber Lee would get up - RIGHT INTO THE BEST SUPERKICK EVER FROM ALLIE! Shida dove forward as Allie fell back to the mat - Tamashii no Three Count! Allie down and out on the mat, but Grace was still there! Jordynne Grace grabbed Hikaru Shida by the hair, before taking her up AND DOWN with Final Graces into a cover! 1...2...3!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Jordynne Grace (Pinfall w/ Final Graces in 10:31).

    11:23
    FADE ON GRAPHIC

    BASH AT THE BEACH:

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Allysin Kay[1st Champion] vs. Jordynne Grace[Challenger]

    FADE OUT.

    11:23
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:





    11:26
    FADE IN.

    FADE IN - PUT ON BY YOUNG JEEZY

    We see highlights of some of the best talents today in Mexico -

    LOS INGOBERNABLES

    El Toro Blanco - Rush!

    El Idolo - La Sombra!

    Los Ingobernables make their #DynamiteOnTNT next week!

    FADE OUT.

    11:27
    FADE IN.

    INT. - BUSHIDO STRIKING ACADEMY - TOKYO, JAPAN

    We see a building full of different levels of martial artists sparring and training, each wearing a jersey for the academy with a their surname and number on it. We see flurries of strikes, grapples, counters, throws, and high level submissions across the building. We go to the far side of the building where we see a jersey familiar to us not long ago -

    WU-1

    We see the masked wrestler sparring with some partners, using counters to avoid strikes and dodge out of the way of grapples. A timer seems to be ticking down next to them, and Wu continues to almost dance around the opponent until the time runs out. We see the sensei step forward, applauding as Andy Wu appears out of breath. The sensei pats Wu on the back, handing him a yellow jersey, that goes very well with his yellow mask design. He grabs the shoulder of Wu, turning and walking him to a door at the end of the room. Wu looks surprised for a moment, but the sensei nods. Wu opens the door, and we see a wrestling ring, as a man stands in the ring. We don’t get a good look at him, but we can see that there is a figure standing, with his hands in his pockets. We go to Andy Wu’s face, as he nods and walks in.

    “THE BUSHIDO BATTLE STAR”
    ANDY WU


    Coming to All Elite Wrestling!

    FADE OUT.

    11:29
    FADE IN.

    INT. DARK ROOM. SINGLE LIGHT, SWAYING, OVER COVERED TABLE

    We see a figure standing in the room. It goes to the table and pulls off the cloth covering it. We see an array of weapons; kendo sticks, glass tubes, thumbtacks, barbed wire, and perhaps most chillingly, a railroad spike.

    The figure looks at the carnage, taking each item into his hands. We see him turn the items over in his hands, examining each piece with an almost loving care. Then, the man gets to the railroad spike. We see the man pick up the spike and hold it in his hands. He walks over to the corner, where there is a “sparring” dummy, clearly cut up with various kinds of weapons.

    The man rears back, kicking the dummy in the face before driving the railroad spike into the jugular of the inanimate opponent! The dummy falls to the mat, and the man turns his back to it. He walks off and we see a graphic.


    MAYHEM

    DESTRUCTION

    ULTRAVIOLENCE
    IS COMING
    TO ALL ELITE WRESTLING!


    FADE OUT.

    11:30
    FADE IN.

    INT. - GRADY COLE CENTER INTERVIEW AREA

    We see Conrad Thompson standing backstage, with a microphone in hand.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Hey, hey, AEW fans, it’s Conrad Thompson standing by here. My guests at this time are Frankie Kazarian, Scorpio Sky, and Christopher Daniels - SoCal Uncensored!

    SCU steps into frame, wearing street clothes, as Daniels walks with a crutch.
    CONRAD THOMPSON. Now, chat me up guys, what’s going on with the status of Daniels’ injury?

    Christopher Daniels steps forward.

    CHRISTOPHER DANIELS. Conrad, why don’t you do everybody a favor and mind your own business, okay? The ring general may be out of action for the time being, but I am still going to be with The Violent Delight and The K-A-Z each and every week as their manager.

    FRANKIE KAZARIAN. But make no mistake about it! We are still the best team going in professional wrestling today, and by the way I just needed to say… Charlotte, North Carolina is the worst city I have ever been in!

    SCORPIO SKY. So let’s talk about when we’re somewhere a little more favorable, let’s talk about Bash at the Beach. Time Machine! KUSHIDA! Sabin! We know you’re going to be here next week, and we’re putting you on notice! Those tag team titles are coming to the Golden State with the best team known to mankind - S!

    CHRISTOPHER DANIELS. C!

    FRANKIE KAZARIAN. U!

    All three of them put their hands up in their signature hand sign as we fade out.

    FADE OUT.

    11:32
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:





    11:35
    Match #4
    Kenny Omega Kota Ibushi Brody King PCO
    35 37 32 51
    6' 5'9" 6'5" 6'1"
    203 Lbs. 200 Lbs. 285 Lbs. 240 Lbs.
    Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Kagoshima, Japan Los Angeles, California, USA Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    17 Years Experience 15 Years Experience 4 Years Experience 32 Years Experience
    Tag Team Finishing Move(s): Golden Trigger (Double Wrist Lock Tandem Knee Strike) Tag Team Finishing Move(s): Ganso Bomb Into PCO Sault

    MAIN EVENT
    Tag Team Match
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    Time Limit: 20 Minutes
    Golden Lovers vs. Villain Enterprises w/ Marty Scurll and Destro

    Match Summary:

    Villain Enterprises got great heat on their entrance, with Marty Scurll staying in the back and out of the line of sight right away. PCO and Brody King were wearing new gear, that had Villain Enterprises logos across it with patches that differed on each individual gear. The gear was black and silver, and Destro spoke to, or more accurately AT, PCO, who would nod his head angrily in response. As the music played for the second team, the crowd came alive. As Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi made their way out with matching gold and white gear, the crowd gave the biggest reaction of the night, chanting for Omega and Ibushi back and forth.

    Villain Enterprises would cut off half of the ring, leaving Kota Ibushi unable to make the tag for a long stretch of the contest. With the striking of Brody King paired with the Devil may care attitude of PCO, Ibushi was made to feel the punishment for the first 5-6 minutes of the contest. As Ibushi broke free and was able to make the tag, the crowd came unglued, cheering for each V-Trigger that Omega shot off in a frenzy. As Omega was getting the offense going, PCO was able to cheap shot him on the outside, once again sending the momentum to Villain Enterprises. However, the more that Kenny got beat down on, the more it seemed to fuel him as the crowd willed him on to keep going. As Kenny would fight back, tagging back out to Kota Ibushi, Ibushi would light the crowd up with fast paced flips and strikes, sending Villain Enterprises off balance. After sending a big head kick to Brody King, PCO got into the ring for the closing stretch.

    Ibushi would land a flurry of strikes to PCO, only to get nailed with a lariat! Ibushi fell into the ropes, as PCO would drape Kota’s upper body across the apron. PCO would ascend to the top rope, motioning for the end - SENTON BOMB - KOTA MOVED! PCO WENT CRASHING INTO THE RING APRON AND TO THE FLOOR! Ibushi tagged out to Omega, who would bring PCO back into the ring - GOLDEN TRIGGER FROM BOTH MEN! Kenny Omega fell into the cover! 1...2...3!

    WINNERS!
    Spoiler:

    Golden Lovers (Pinfall w/ Golden Trigger in 19:04).

    11:54
    WINNING GRAPHIC FADE ON/FADE OFF.

    Kenny and Kota embrace in the ring, as Marty Scurll looks frustrated on the outside. Kenny Omega requests a microphone, looking to talk to the fans before the show goes off the air -

    CRACK!

    The camera zooms out - IT’S CHRIS JERICHO WITH A PLASTIC FOLDING CHAIR! Jericho nailed Omega between the shoulder blades, and as Kota Ibushi turns around - CHAIR TO THE FACE!

    Chris Jericho looks down on Golden Lovers, as the crowd voices their displeasure. Kenny Omega grabs at the boot of Jericho, trying to get to his feet with a look of pure rage on his face. As Omega struggles, Jericho starts to laugh, paint brushing Omega. Jericho grabs Kenny by the legs, looking to lock him into the Walls of Jericho, but Kota Ibushi grabs at Jericho, clearly unsure of where he is right now!

    WHAM!

    Brody King and PCO dive on Kota Ibushi, sending right hands into The Golden Star now! The ring bell continues to ring, trying to get these men to stop as the match is already over! Jericho locks Kenny Omega in the Walls of Jericho, as PCO and Brody King continue to beat down on Kota Ibushi! Marty Scurll slowly climbs into the ring, watching keenly as the assault continues. The crowd comes alive, as we see motion on the entrance way -

    IT’S CODY RHODES!

    Rhodes, in a three piece baby blue suit, slides into the ring with a chair! CHAIR SHOT TO PCO! CHAIR SHOT TO BRODY KING! Cody Rhodes has come alive here, exacting revenge on Villain Enterprises! Marty Scurll backs into the corner, for the first time a look of fear crosses over his face. Cody Rhodes steps back, looking at Marty as the fans cheer him on. Cody Rhodes points the chair at Marty Scurll slowly, as Scurll puts his hands up for a moment, trying not to make any sudden moves. Cody slowly starts stepping towards Marty Scurll -

    WHAM!

    Chris Jericho just blasted him from behind! Jericho stands over Cody Rhodes, who is grabbing at the back of his head in pain from that shot. Marty Scurll looks to Jericho in shock, before smiling. Marty leans forward, offering his hand to The Alpha. Jericho ignores Marty entirely, walking out of the ring. Cody Rhodes is back on all fours, as Marty Scurll stares him down.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Not again, please! We’ve seen the brutality that Marty Scurll is capable of on Cody Rhodes before!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Where are the Young Bucks?! Hangman got attacked earlier tonight, but somebody has to come down here to help out their friend! Nick, Matt, Brandi, anybody please help!

    The calls go unanswered, however, as nobody is coming out to save Cody Rhodes this time. Marty Scurll grabs his umbrella, looking to do the same thing he has done to Cody Rhodes already, as PCO and Brody King each grab a head. As Marty hauls back his umbrella, looking for the death blow -

    V-TRIGGER!

    OMEGA OUT OF DESPERATION! MARTY FALLS OUT OF THE RING! PCO catches a roundhouse head kick from Ibushi! PCO stumbles out of the ring, as Brody King makes his exit as well. The Golden Lovers stand tall in the ring, as Villain Enterprises looks to regroup on the outside. They help Cody Rhodes to his feet, as all three men dare Villain Enterprises to get in the ring.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Well, fans, we’ve run out of time on this broadcast! Don’t miss All Elite Wrestling, next week, same time same channel! For Sarah Shockey and all AEW’s Broadcast team, I’m “The Voice” Michael Schiavello, signing off! Have a great night, fans!
    FADE OUT.

    12:00
    END GRAPHIC
    FADE OUT.
    Copyright All Elite Wrestling, LLC. 2019

    Post-Show Press Conference Highlights on YouTube:
    (Available for On Demand Streaming In Full and Uncensored on AEW’s Website)

    Joey Janela and Penelope Ford Panel:

    Janela reiterated what he said in the ring, that it is 100% his wish to die in the ring someday. He said that it wasn’t too difficult for him to get the Death Match challenge like he wanted, as many saw matches/events similar to this as what got Janela exposure and recognition in the first place. He would go on to say that he apparently has an opponent set, but that he asked not to be told until the opponent makes themselves clear. Penelope would go on to say that this was a bad idea, because he may not get any strategy or prep before the match, which Janela would answer with a very simple, “Bring whoever you want. Bring goddamned Terry Funk if you wanna, but I’m gonna go out there and I’m gonna kick ass and take names, because I’m a bad… BAD… Boy!”

    VENOM Panel:
    Victoria Varon would go on a rant about how she was one of the greatest women in wrestling history, and that she has never gotten the recognition that she deserved for it. For that reason, she has gathered some of the darkest souls she could find and has brought them to fight with her in AEW. Varon said that she expects to be retired by this time next year, and if she has a single goal, it is to bring the AEW Women’s Championship to her one time before she retires, to prove to herself and the world that she is still a world champion caliber athlete. When asked individual questions, the other members of VENOM would speak up with cryptic answers that didn’t really answer much about the question, other than “Queen Zombie” Maho Kurone, who would just growl at different pitches, which VENOM all reacted to as though they perfectly understood her.


    Jordynne Grace Panel:
    Revolution FC were very happy with their leader as the interview went on. Jordynne Grace went on to call herself the fastest rising star in women’s wrestling today, putting Allysin Kay on notice for their now confirmed championship match at Bash At The Beach. Grace also was quick to point out that while Allysin Kay has been wrestling all around the world recently, with Shine, Shimmer, STARDOM, NWA, and others, that Jordynne Grace has been in AEW honing her craft. Grace said that while Kay can be cocky about beating talent all around the world, that Jordynne Grace is simply beating them in AEW which is all that matters for the AEW Women’s Championship. They ended the interview with a photo-op, as all members of Revolution FC did their pose for the cameras.

    Golden Lovers Panel:
    Kenny Omega made it clear that if Chris Jericho wants to get into it again, he’s not afraid of Chris Jericho. Omega would go on to say that he doesn’t know what all this Marty/Cody stuff going on is, but he’s learned from his past with his friends fighting and Omega wants no part of it. As Kota Ibushi was asked his opinion on Chris Jericho helping to attack them after the match at Double or Nothing, Ibushi graciously admitted defeat, but he would be quick to say that lightning won’t strike twice if they were to go head to head again. Omega ended the interview with thanking everybody for giving All Elite Wrestling a chance, and confirmed that later this week, the location will be announced for Bash at the Beach, and that there will be tickets on sale as the location is announcement. “Oh, and one more thing… Goodbye… *MWAH* AND GOOD NIGHT! BANG!” - Kenny Omega.

    Bash At The Beach Confirmed Card - July 28th 2019

    DEATH MATCH - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Joey Janela vs. TBA

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Allysin Kay[1st Champion] vs. Jordynne Grace[Challenger]

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    PAC[1st Champion] vs.Rey Fenix
    [Challenger]





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    According to inside sources, there has been an update on the state of AEW's TV deal. Apparently, the plan to move the time slot to prime time once SmackDown moves to Fox in October is correct, but there is an added clause that we were previously unaware of. At the start of October, there is a strong possibility that Dynamite will be moved to Wednesday Nights to avoid clash with NBA games on the channel that air Tuesdays and Thursdays. The idea that they will be moving days has some weary, as they're still very new to the channel, but the network is said to be very high on the programming and doing all that they can to help it succeed. The current thought is that when they move days, they'll add half an hour to the show to make it a clean two hours, leaving room on a better time slot for more undercard talent to get air time. There has also been rumors of a half hour "Inside All Elite Wrestling" talk show, similar to Inside the NBA as a way for characters to get more defined, as well as promoting AEW on TNT more. The Inside AEW rumors are unknown if they are true, but there has been talk that if it is true it would likely be lead by Conrad Thompson, Sarah Shockey, and Jim Ross.

    Former Christopher Daniels character Curry Man has seemingly made a quiet return. A social media account using the gimmick recently popped up, with it being verified quickly. Many wonder if this is an opportunity for Daniels to try to use twitter to get some merch sales for one of his more beloved gimmicks while he's on the shelf. Some have wondered if this will translate to Curry Man being used on TV for All Elite Wrestling. With the status of Daniels injury, it obviously wouldn't work right now, but the possibility of it happening isn't out of the question. While it probably would be odd trying to work through, with SCU being planned to be a fixture in the tag title scene for the foreseeable future and Daniels being a key part of that group, there is a vocal minority clamoring for a full time return of The King of Spicy Style.

    Bash at the Beach tickets went on sale yesterday, with the venue being announced as Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida. The location isn't shocking, as The Elite mentioned wanting to do a show in Jacksonville ASAP as it seems to be considered AEW's "Home Territory" and where they will be having most of their operations. Headquarters currently is in Jacksonville and there have been discussion of a possible training center not dissimilar to the Performance Center if they are able to reach their profit goals in the next year or so. The tickets sold well, with over half tickets being sold in a single day, and looking to easily sell out the building (5,500 capacity, but there is a chance they look to make more seats available at ringside to even it out to 6,000). This tells two things about the fanbase of AEW: 1. They are still very willing to go buy tickets. 2. As expected, now that pay-per views seem to be regular, there is less "need" to purchase tickets to each event. This shows the idea to run smaller venues even after the major success of sell outs for All In and Double or Nothing were wise on the company's part. The idea currently is to hold a pay-per view every two months, treating them as more important supercards rather than just "having them to have them." This will likely lead to stories being paid off of TV, as The Bucks and Cody on twitter have been clear to say that not everybody will be jammed onto every pay-per view, and that they want having a match on a pay-per view card to mean something.

    Speaking of Bash at the Beach, the musical guest continues to be a talking point for fans. Many thought it was going to be Downstait, or a band similar that had worked with AEW to get some of their theme songs licensed. However, we can report that the guest is apparently from rap music rather than rock music. AEW is looking to use the musical guests' "concert" as a way to help spearhead mainstream attention, hoping to have fans of the musicians look into the product. With rap music being perhaps the most popular genre of music in America today, it seems that this could theoretically be a stroke of genius if it plays exactly as they hope. The main concern at that point becomes would it be somebody that: the mainstream fans enjoy enough to draw them in, they are willing to fly out to a wrestling show for a maybe 20 minute segment that many people may be going to the bathrooms/concessions for, and perhaps the most important concern, that AEW can afford to keep this up without breaking the bank. AEW's business plan seems made to lose money at least in the immediate future, but their hope is that these big investments up front will lead to them not needing to make as big investments later on, once they have built good will for the fans. The artists that have been suggested by fans are listed below, along with the generally accepted reason for why that talent would "make sense."

    Tyler, the Creator - A loud and aggressive style greatly fits wrestling, and Tyler is continuing to promote his new album IGOR that dropped in May.

    Flatbush Zombies - The group has been vocal wrestling fans, including making New Day a theme song that would go unused. Also worth noting their music video for their song New World Order took place in a backyard wrestling show and featured AEW talent Shane Strickland.

    Run The Jewels - A commercial for Bash at the Beach that was posted to social media and quickly deleted had Legend Has It as the official theme song. Many think that if they have a musical guest, it would only make sense that the theme song would be by that guest so it could be played live.

    Migos - Perhaps the least likely of the rumored options, Migos have been a long shot rumor by some due to their connection with Ric Flair. Flair and Migos became close friends in the last few years, and it has been offered that perhaps Conrad Thompson asked his father-in-law to get Migos to perform.


    [SOURCE(s): Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Ryan Satin, Sean Ross Sapp]

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING PRESENTS:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite Episode #004 - PREVIEW

    CONFIRMED CARD:

    SINGLES MATCH - 15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Ashley Vox vs. Mercedes Martinez


    NON-TITLE TAG TEAM MATCH - 15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Time Machine[1st Champions] vs. The Briscoes

    MAIN EVENT
    SIX MAN TAG TEAM MATCH - 20 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Hangman Page & The Lucha Bros vs. PAC and Two Partners Of His Choosing

    Also Promoted As Appearing: Los Ingobernables, Jay Lethal, Jeff Cobb, Kenny Omega, Eddie Kingston, and Becky Knox!

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    Re: All Elite Wrestling: A Global Revolution

    Authors Note:
    Hey, guys, I've added a feature to the main post called the AKA's. I've been trying to figure out how to use realism in terms of changing people's names for copyright purposes, while still not using photo references so people can understand. For that reason, now there is a section of the post if you may see a name you don't recognize, and it may help you. Examples being Becky Lynch to Becky Knox, Allysin Kay also widely being known as Sienna, etc. I've got some fun stuff coming soon so hopefully y'all enjoy! Thanks for keeping up even though it took a long time to get started.





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    So just trying to leave some overall thoughts on things as I catch up. Only got through the first 3 shows so far (DoN, Dynamite x2)

    So, first off, the non writing stuff. I totally don't get your TV show time at all. The hour and a half concept is something I see a bit in fanfiction writing, and I just don't get it. There's a reason no competent company does it. A show starting at the half hour is never going to catch the same amount of viewers at the hour mark, and sponsors are going to want a standard start time. Corporate America, man. The late start as well can't be great for attracting viewers either, but I appreciate/respect you essentially going it's late because they have to prove themselves. That's a nice touch.

    I'm still struggling a bit with the roster. When you first started this I remember not liking the unoriginal fantasy fed style roster instead of working with what was more realistic. At the end of it all, ROH and NJPW are two companies who don't want their talent on television for another company because they're both trying to make headway in the market. So it's definitely eye rolling and off putting to see Villain Enterprises in a major angle and focal stars like Lethal and Okada around. Ideally as you progress in here, this gets righted, as otherwise it's definitely a huge turn off.

    While I think it's obvious my thoughts on Becky Lynch just miraculously waltzing in here, I do at least appreciate her coming in without a huge debut. Great use of her by coming in to whallop Arquette, not get thrown into the mix, have to fight her way up, and a hyped debut match on Ep 2. Also like that in her Ep 1 promo you could tell there were subtle digs at WWE, but they weren't in your face. AEW was too in your face about it for me at Double or Nothing, so I love that's not the approach you're taking.

    Your effort on Double or Nothing was superb by the way. Really tremendous. The match writing and the lay out both. Really crisp, and more positive superlatives. I definitely thought you made a very amateur booking decision to immediately crown Champions on the show though. Regardless of what these guys have done in previous promotions, this is a NEW promotion, and you should've totally made these guys show why they're worthy to be a champion. While AEW certainly had an established fan base, they're also now trying to appeal to a larger fan base as well. You have to do a bit more to establish why your audience cares about Hangman Page, about a Rey Fenix, a Pentagon Zero, etc. I definitely think you have dropped the ball on telling and showing your audience why these guys are important and deserve to be where they're at. Becky Lynch, a woman who is over huge in the worldwide wrestling world has to earn her shot, but some guy named Hangman Page just gets a World Title shot? You know?

    I definitely hate everything you did with the Aaron Solo character, and not in a good way. Again, I think you sometimes just forget what you're booking here. Even if you turn him into a comedy level jobber, you still are peddling someone out on TV who is saying to an audience that AEW is minor league compared to WWE. That's a terrible message to send! You also would never get away with him showing that t shirt on TV. Probably wouldn't with Cody showing WWE replica belts either, for that matter. But with AEW, again, this is a brand new company. On national TV. Sure, they have a fan base already, but they clearly want to cater to a whole new audience being on TNT. Rolling out someone to say that the company is essentially the minor league is bad business.

    Overall, I think you're showing yourself to be a tremendous writer. Your layout, your presentation, doing the fun post show things like the interviews and panels, that's all been great stuff. I definitely think the booking side of things still has some room for improvement though. The fantasy fed created aside, I definitely think you've not executed well enough on the fact that this is a brand new company to a brand new audience, and the need to get all these new stars over to a whole new set of people. It's instead been a lot of presentation like it's just any ordinary promotion. Now that you're four shows in, it's definitely going to be a challenge to fix that, but it will just take some really good booking and execution to get more of the individual characters and presentations over, as that's definitely been what is lacking the most here. This definitely could turn into a really, hah, elite project if you're able to stay with this for a while and flesh out the characters and get that side of things over since, both on this forum and as a promotion on TNT, you're catering to an audience that is not as familiar with the roster as you/The Elite are.

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    Re: All Elite Wrestling: A Global Revolution

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoom-E View Post
    So just trying to leave some overall thoughts on things as I catch up. Only got through the first 3 shows so far (DoN, Dynamite x2)

    So, first off, the non writing stuff. I totally don't get your TV show time at all. The hour and a half concept is something I see a bit in fanfiction writing, and I just don't get it. There's a reason no competent company does it. A show starting at the half hour is never going to catch the same amount of viewers at the hour mark, and sponsors are going to want a standard start time. Corporate America, man. The late start as well can't be great for attracting viewers either, but I appreciate/respect you essentially going it's late because they have to prove themselves. That's a nice touch.
    Thanks, man, and I agree on a lot of points you make. The idea that I've tried to push in the rumors is that they didn't want immediately to compete with SmackDown, so they waited until after it finished airing, and I wanted to end on the full hour stop instead of start, but that's the end of where I took it into account. I will say this will be addressed leading up to October where SmackDown is known to be... Going elsewhere

    I'm still struggling a bit with the roster. When you first started this I remember not liking the unoriginal fantasy fed style roster instead of working with what was more realistic. At the end of it all, ROH and NJPW are two companies who don't want their talent on television for another company because they're both trying to make headway in the market. So it's definitely eye rolling and off putting to see Villain Enterprises in a major angle and focal stars like Lethal and Okada around. Ideally as you progress in here, this gets righted, as otherwise it's definitely a huge turn off.
    To clear this up, some people have signed full time with AEW instead of ROH in this thread, which I put in the backstory as them declining contract offers. Villain Enterprises, Jay Lethal, Bandido, and anybody else who works for ROH in real life has signed with AEW in this, which I get is partially unrealistic for Marty, but AFAIK he signed his extension after All In, which is what this thread starts at. Villain Enterprises was something he was pushing so I assumed he owned the rights to it and could still use the same name. If I got any of that wrong, it's my bad, but AEW and ROH have no affiliation in this, so anybody that crosses over is either with NJPW or with AEW. That said, NJPW stars are heavily being pulled back on as I can build lower card guys, so I definitely see what you mean.[/QUOTE]

    While I think it's obvious my thoughts on Becky Lynch just miraculously waltzing in here, I do at least appreciate her coming in without a huge debut. Great use of her by coming in to whallop Arquette, not get thrown into the mix, have to fight her way up, and a hyped debut match on Ep 2. Also like that in her Ep 1 promo you could tell there were subtle digs at WWE, but they weren't in your face. AEW was too in your face about it for me at Double or Nothing, so I love that's not the approach you're taking.
    Thank you. Outward shots aren't something I'm typically a fan of just in case the talent is a bust, so I'm glad that you appreciate what I did.

    Your effort on Double or Nothing was superb by the way. Really tremendous. The match writing and the lay out both. Really crisp, and more positive superlatives. I definitely thought you made a very amateur booking decision to immediately crown Champions on the show though. Regardless of what these guys have done in previous promotions, this is a NEW promotion, and you should've totally made these guys show why they're worthy to be a champion. While AEW certainly had an established fan base, they're also now trying to appeal to a larger fan base as well. You have to do a bit more to establish why your audience cares about Hangman Page, about a Rey Fenix, a Pentagon Zero, etc. I definitely think you have dropped the ball on telling and showing your audience why these guys are important and deserve to be where they're at. Becky Lynch, a woman who is over huge in the worldwide wrestling world has to earn her shot, but some guy named Hangman Page just gets a World Title shot? You know?
    Understood, and I agree that it was a mistake to crown champions first show. Chalk that up to me never booking a promotion from scratch before, I just assumed it would be smartest.

    I definitely hate everything you did with the Aaron Solo character, and not in a good way. Again, I think you sometimes just forget what you're booking here. Even if you turn him into a comedy level jobber, you still are peddling someone out on TV who is saying to an audience that AEW is minor league compared to WWE. That's a terrible message to send! You also would never get away with him showing that t shirt on TV. Probably wouldn't with Cody showing WWE replica belts either, for that matter. But with AEW, again, this is a brand new company. On national TV. Sure, they have a fan base already, but they clearly want to cater to a whole new audience being on TNT. Rolling out someone to say that the company is essentially the minor league is bad business.
    I see where you're coming from with the Solo character. To be honest, I agree with the shirt comment and regretted it after I posted because of how unrealistic that would've been, but I may be able to salvage it a bit. The point of it wasn't supposed to be anything more than him being delusional, but I agree in it not necessarily being smart for a brand new company. Trial and error here, I'll be adjusting stuff that really miss, so I'll definitely keep this in mind in the future.

    Overall, I think you're showing yourself to be a tremendous writer. Your layout, your presentation, doing the fun post show things like the interviews and panels, that's all been great stuff. I definitely think the booking side of things still has some room for improvement though. The fantasy fed created aside, I definitely think you've not executed well enough on the fact that this is a brand new company to a brand new audience, and the need to get all these new stars over to a whole new set of people. It's instead been a lot of presentation like it's just any ordinary promotion. Now that you're four shows in, it's definitely going to be a challenge to fix that, but it will just take some really good booking and execution to get more of the individual characters and presentations over, as that's definitely been what is lacking the most here. This definitely could turn into a really, hah, elite project if you're able to stay with this for a while and flesh out the characters and get that side of things over since, both on this forum and as a promotion on TNT, you're catering to an audience that is not as familiar with the roster as you/The Elite are.
    I have this planned out for the very foreseeable future, and I realize that I may have been more worried about being true to the character developed rather than getting that character across to a new audience. I'll look into ways that I can write it more to make sense for who the people are, but know that this was already something I was worried about with the lower card and something I am going to be looking to add in fixes for. I really appreciate the praises, and I'm glad that you've enjoyed the writing parts at least of decisions that you may not have. I think not including things like social media/other things like their YouTube videos that can get stories across better has made more of an impact on the week to week storytelling than I thought it did, due to how heavily AEW was/is based around it (even if they don't have TV yet).

    Cheers, mate, hope you enjoy future shows you're able to see and I'm glad you took the time to write out thoughts so far!





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    All Elite Wrestling Tuesday Night Dynamite on TNT Ep#004

    Author's Note: Hey guys, this format is a bit more thorough than the previous episodes, so it should help get more details across and help build some characters. Apologies for walls of text, with certain promos cut on this I was trying to figure a way to separate the chunks as best I can with this format and I think I did alright. Enough hot dogging and grandstanding, enjoy

    All Elite Wrestling Presents:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite LIVE on TNT
    Maryland SoccerPlex (5,600 Capacity) In Germantown, MD
    Blow-By-Blow: Michael Schiavello
    Color Analyst: Sarah Shockey
    June 25th, 2019

    Dark Matches:
    Willie Mack defeats Aaron Solo in 6:33 via Pinfall(NON-TITLE).
    Kylie Rae defeats Kris Wolf in 6:49 via Pinfall.
    Andy Wu defeats Shane Mercer in 5:03 via Pinfall.
    VENOM defeat Hikaru Shida, Arc Williams, and Penelope Ford in 6:01 via Pinfall.
    The Young Bucks defeat Andrew Everett and Trevor Lee in 14:04 via Pinfall.
    Dr. Britt Baker DMD defeats Kimber Lee in 6:40 via Pinfall.
    Kenny Omega defeats Joey Janela in 14:42 via Pinfall.

    COLD OPEN

    FADE ON DISCLAIMER.

    THE FOLLOWING CONTENT MAY SHOW ADULT THEMES AS WELL AS EXCESSIVE VIOLENCE. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

    FADE OFF DISCLAIMER.

    FADE ON LOGO.

    “ALL ELITE WRESTLING: A GLOBAL REVOLUTION”

    FADE OUT LOGO.

    10:30
    FADE IN.

    DYNAMITE ON TNT LOGO

    NARRATOR. Previously on Tuesday Night Dynamite…

    FLASH ON - HIGHLIGHTS OF PAST DYNAMITE EPISODES

    The stage lights up orange and blue, as pyro erupts from the floor. We see the self proclaimed Greatest First Generation Wrestler of all time, as the sunglasses and expensive suit of Jay Lethal makes his way down the ramp. Jay gets into the ring.

    FLASH TO PROMO.

    JAY LETHAL. So here is my message to each and every one of you ungrateful garbage bags that call yourself fans of All Elite Wrestling. I signed my contract with one thing in mind. I came here to come to the company that you seem to want so badly, while I was out there breaking my back for your entertainment. And I am going to tear this place down piece by piece from the inside out. I am the Franchise of Professional Wrestling, and if I say something will fall, then it will fall if it is the last thing that I -

    CUT IN. - WATCH ME FLY (FLIP) BY KILLA T

    FLIP GORDON. Jay, Jay, Jay. You know what you sound like right now? You sound like all those people you always wanted to prove wrong. You’ve made your career proving wrong the people who said, “Oh, brother, The X-Division won’t cut it, dude,” or, “Hey, yo, I don’t know if that Machimo Kid has it in him,” but what did you do? You went out and proved you were the best. And that is what AEW is all about.

    JAY LETHAL. Kid… You don’t get to be in this business for a cup of coffee and tell the GOAT how he should act, you understand me? You don’t know jack shit about ME or these people, but you’ll learn soon enough that when they get tired of your shtick, they’ll throw you to the curb and just cheer on the next flavor of the week. And if you don’t think so… Here’s your wake up call.

    WHAM!

    Lethal drives the microphone into the head of Flip Gordon! Gordon falls to the mat, as Jay Lethal pounces on his, sending right hands into the face of the young star! The crowd drowns Lethal in boos, as Jay gets back to his feet, tearing at his own tie. Lethal takes his tie and blazer off, unbuttoning his sleeves as he rolls them up. Jay Lethal motions for Flip to get to his feet, as he staggers to do so - LOW BLOW FROM LETHAL! Gordon falls down to his knees, clutching his groin as Jay Lethal lifts him up - PILEDRIVER!

    Jay Lethal stands tall over Flip Gordon, as he gets assaulted by boos. Some fans start to throw their cups into the ring, as one hits Lethal! Jay gets on the ropes, daring the guy to get into the ring, as security rushes over to calm the situation.

    FLASH CUT.

    We see Mayu Iwatani winning a hardfought match with Meiko Satomura.

    Mayu shakes hands with Meiko, showing her the utmost respect. The two women bow to each other, and Meiko Satomura leaves the ring, taking ice packs from ring hands as Mayu would celebrate this big win for herself in the ring. Suddenly, the crowd gasps, as we see a… Zombie… Woman? A woman in tattered clothing, appearing to be done up in zombie make up, and holding a rubber hand in her mouth, has slid into the ring and is staring at Mayu Iwatani. The woman has a plastic folding chair, and Mayu has no idea she’s here!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Ladies and gentlemen, I am receiving word that this is former Tokyo Joshi Pro star Maho Kurone! Maho was known as “Queen Zombie” in Japan, but had been retired for over a year now! What is she doing here?!

    The woman now identified as Maho Kurone opens her mouth, dropping the hand to the mat. Mayu hears the noise and gets a confused look before we hear the gutterral shriek coming from Maho Kurone! Mayu Iwatani turns around - just in time to get whacked over the head with the folding chair!

    FLASH CUT TO MAYU IWATANI vs. MAHO KURONE.

    Mayu would use her speed and agility to dance around the frenzied attacks of Maho Kurone. Mayu would use her technical know how to send Maho to the mat multiple times, using technique over anger. Schiavello on commentary reiterates that we are unsure why Maho would attack Mayu previously on Dynamite, but that Mayu Iwatani did not take the disrespect lightly. Mayu built up a head of steam and momentum, looking to put away Maho Kurone when a figure would appear on the apron - SHOTZI BLACKHEART!

    As Mayu looked at Shotzi, perplexed for a moment, but referee Brian Hebner would be distracted by telling Blackheart to leave the ring. Maho would grab the hand from her corner, and drive it in the back of the head of Mayu Iwatani! Maho would toss the hand out of the ring, driving Mayu Iwatani headfirst into the mat with Ouroboros and getting the three count.

    Mayu Iwatani is on the ground, dazed and down from the beat down. Shotzi Blackheart gets in the ring, with a smirk on her face as she stares down with Maho Kurone.

    BLACK OUT.

    LIGHTS UP.


    We see, VICTORIA VARON! She’s standing over Mayu Iwatani! Around her are Maho Kurone, Shotzi Blackheart, Priscilla Kelly, and a disheveled and tired looking Darby Allin!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Wait a minute! Is this VENOM?!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Victoria Varon said they were already here, but we may not realize just how deep she has infected All Elite Wrestling!

    FLASH CUT.

    We see All Elite Wrestling Match Maker Stu Barrett standing in the ring speaking to the fans.

    STU BARRETT. Tonight will be one that makes history and starts the stride of professional wrestling to a new renaissance, as we attempt to change the -

    FADE IN - “HIGHLANDER (THE ONE)” BY LOST HORIZONS (STARTED AT 10:25)

    The crowd nearly blows the roof off the place, as one of the most popular figures in wrestling today steps onto the stage - Becky Knox is here at Dynamite! The crowd breaks out into Becky chants, as The Man begins her march down the ramp. Wearing black jeans and her signature, fanmade, leather jacket, The Man requests a microphone. Before she can speak, the crowd starts VERY loud, “WEL-COME BECK-Y!” chants. Knox waves her hand down, motioning for the crowd to quiet down for her to speak. They do and she lifts the mic up.

    BECKY KNOX. Well, Mr. Barrett! Pardon the interruption, but allow me to introduce myself. I am Becky Knox. I am The Man. And I want to make one thing clear from the start. I want the All Elite Wrestling Women’s Championship.

    Stu Barrett goes to respond - But Becky Knox puts her hand over his microphone.

    BECKY KNOX. I’m gonna save you the breath, because I know what you’re about to say. You’re gonna tell me that I need to prove myself and get in line with the rest of the women on this roster.

    Barrett looks impressed and nods.

    BECKY KNOX. I’m gonna make this real easy for you, Stu. I don’t pretend to be royalty, I don’t pretend to deserve something for what I did elsewhere. I earned my spot to even be standing here and talking to you right now. I’ve earned everything in my career, no matter who told me I couldn’t break the ceiling. I’m here to do just that; break every glass ceiling and show the world what the best wrestler on the planet - male or female - can really do. I am THE MAN Becky Balboa, I will knock down whoever you put in front of me, just so long as you give your word that I’m not wasting my time and I will get what I deserve.

    FLASH CUT TO BECKY KNOX vs. TENILLE DASHWOOD.

    Tenille would grab a double leg takedown on Becky, before catapulting The Man onto her face in the middle of the ring! Tenille hooked up the legs of Knox, before bridging back and applying the DashLock! Dashwood would pull and tear away, trying to get the victory, but Becky Knox had one final trick up her sleeve. Knox would pass her arm through the grip of Tenille, and grab the injured arm from earlier in the match! With a violent yank, Tenille Dashwood had to release her grip, which gave Becky Knox the chance to push off the ground with her feet, rolling Tenille Dashwood over into the Beckywara Armbar! Becky wrenched away, pulling and yelling out, as Tenille Dashwood had no choice but to submit!

    Becky Knox stands tall!

    FLASH CUT.

    We see PAC standing in the ring cutting a promo, as the All Elite Wrestling Championship belt hangs on the ropes in front of him.

    PAC. Ya see, here’s the problem with the lot of ya! You all love to get addicted to these do nothing, subpar, flash in the pan talents, that when they get steamrolled and EXPOSED, you boo whoever exposed them. You idiots are the same people who would watch someone try to lift 500 lbs, and you know damn well that person can’t do it, but you’ll hope and you’ll believe… And then they fail! And you move on! So that’s all I’m telling ya to do, is move on! Move on from wanting to see anybody else as the champion around here, because there ain’t a guy or gal in the back that can wash my jock!

    HEAT.

    PAC. Hangman Page? I exposed him at Double or Nothing, and the poor lad still hasn’t left his house! Rey Fenix? I’ve battle against the highest caliber aerial competitors for years, and you know what I’ve learned?! I’ve learned that I’m the best damn flyer in the world when I want to be! The problem for Rey Fenix is, he can ONLY be a great flyer. I am one when it is convenient, which means that when Rey Fenix realizes he can’t outspeed or outstrike me, he will have nothing to fall back on.

    PAC. You know what? I WELCOME this! I am The Bastard KING! I beg of you to bring me whatever false prophet claim to be the best that you want to bring! It is just leading the poor lamb to slaughter against the deadliest man in the world, against the man so hard I’m damn near MADE of Gold! I will DESTROY each and every one of these -

    FADE ON - FLAMING VITO BY KNUCKLE DRAGGER

    We see Rey Fenix in a suit, with a formal mask to match! Rey Fenix makes his way to the ring. PAC has a look of disgust on his face. Rey Fenix asks for a mic and receives one, but before Fenix can even talk - PAC DRIVES HIS MIC INTO THE FACE OF FENIX!

    PAC gets on top of his challenger, raining down the right hands! PAC gets to his feet, laughing and kicking at the downed Rey Fenix! He puts his hands up, pretending to box with the man that he just cheap shotted! PAC grabs the All Elite Wrestling Championship Belt from the ropes, holding it tight in his grasps. Rey Fenix slowly staggers back to a vertical base - CHAMPIONSHIP BELT TO THE HEAD!

    FLASH CUT TO HANGMAN PAGE IN THE RING.

    HANGMAN PAGE. But… I realized something. I realized that the reason that everybody latched onto The Full Gear Challenge with me, the reason that I got so many messages, the reason that you all still cheered me on my way out here tonight is the same reason I still lace up my boots each and every night… We believe.

    POP.

    HANGMAN PAGE. You all believe just like me that the underdog taking a bet on themselves CAN prove themselves to be the best in the world! We believe that one small setback isn’t the defining moment, just another step in the process of kicking down the door! We believe that Hangman Page is your next world champion!

    POP.

    FLASH CUT TO PAC IN RING ACROSS FROM A FUMING HANGMAN PAGE.

    PAC. Adam, you’re pathetic. You, Rey Fenix, and everybody else in this company are second fiddle to YOUR champion! At Bash At The Beach, The Bastard King makes another peasant bend a knee and show some respect! I did it at Double or Nothing, and I’ll do it again! And if you ever get another shot at this title, Adam, I’ll send you back home again. How’s your Ma, by the way -

    RIGHT HAND FROM HANGMAN! Page has heard enough! Hangman Page gets a double leg takedown! Page rains down right hands!!! Hangman Page gets up, as he pulls off the buttons of his shirt. Page gets the shirt off, throwing it into the crowd as he measures PAC! PAC gets to his feet, and Page grabs him, looking to get him up for the Rite of Passage (Belly To Back Piledriver) - NO! PAC uses the momentum to flip out to his feet! Page turns around - PK TO THE CROTCH! PAC checks his lip for blood, a look of rage building on his face. PAC holds the AEW title belt in his grasps, measuring for Page to get back to his feet -

    Two masked blurs speed down the ramp; PAC sees the two and slides out the other side. PENTAGON ZERO AND REY FENIX! The Lucha Bros slide into the ring, as PAC leaps the barricade, making his way through the fans in attendance. A split screen is shown, on the right side of the screen we see PAC, smug smirk on his face as he holds the All Elite Wrestling Championship high above his head, while on the left we see Rey Fenix making sure Hangman Page is okay, as Pentagon Zero stands on the middle rope, yelling for PAC to come back and fight.

    FADE OUT.

    FADE IN OPENING VIDEO - NEW ERA BY KNOX HILL



    FADE OFF OPENING VIDEO

    FADE IN

    PYRO BALLYHOO

    INT. MARYLAND SOCCERPLEX RING AREA

    *DING DING DING*

    GAVIN LOUDEN. Laaaaaaaadies and gentlemen! The following NON-TITLE TAG TEAM Contest is Scheduled for ONE FALL!

    CROWD. ONE FALL!


    10:35
    Jay Briscoe Mark Briscoe Chris Sabin[c] KUSHIDA[c]
    35 34 37 36
    6' 6' 5'10" 5'9"
    205 Lbs. 229 Lbs. 205 Lbs. 192 Lbs.
    Sandy Fork, Delaware, USA Sandy Fork, Delaware, USA Detroit, Michigan, USA Ota, Tokyo, Japan
    19 Years Experience 19 Years Experience 18 Years Experience 13 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s):
    Singles - J Driller (Butterfly Piledriver)
    Tag Team - Springboard Doomsday Device
    Finishing Move(s):
    Singles - Froggy Bow (Frog Splash Elbow Drop)
    Tag Team - Springboard Doomsday Device
    Finishing Move(s):
    Cradle Shock (Fireman's Carry Driver)
    Finishing Move(s):
    Back To The Future (Small Package Driver), Hoverboard Lock (Seated Kimura)
    Match #1
    NON-TITLE
    Tag Team Match
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Referee: Brian Hebner
    The Briscoes vs. Time Machine[1st Champions, 0 Defenses]

    Match Summary:

    The Briscoes made their way down to the ring to a great reception, with Dem Boys being not far from home in Maryland. They came out wearing their signature camo gear, with T-Shirts that have an X over the NWA logo. Michael Schiavello would inform fans of the crusade The Briscoes have gone on, disrupting NWA shows after they had announced the revival of the NWA World Tag Team Championships (yet to crown champions). Sarah mentions that while The Briscoes may have their minds on the NWA, they’re looking to make a statement by beating the first ever AEW Tag Team Champions in Time Machine! As Time Machine entered, the crowd chanted the team’s name while the champions slapped hands with the fans. KUSHIDA and Sabin both had white gear with a silver trim, and have looked to fully gelled as a cohesive team after short time together. We see a video bar next to them as they enter, showing some of their fast paced moves both in singles action and tag team competition together from Double or Nothing.

    This match was a showing for the heart of the champions, and the hunger of #DemBoys. The Briscoes would slow down the match at any chance they got, trying to avoid the speed based stars to get the momentum going in their direction. As Chris Sabin would get beat down on, KUSHIDA would stomp on the steel stairs on the outside, getting the crowd to give their support to the suffering half of the tag team champions. KUSHIDA’s entrance into the match made a huge difference, with his style catching The Briscoes off guard and throwing their balance out of whack. Mark Briscoe would be able to better keep up, being the high flying member of The Briscoes, but the agility combined with technical prowess led to KUSHIDA almost dancing around Mark Briscoe with ease.

    Mark Briscoe attempted a back elbow, ducked by KUSHIDA who rebounds again, sending a dropkick into the knee of Briscoe, sending him to his stomach. Mark Briscoe on all fours trying to get to the corner to tag to his partner was met with a penalty kick to the elbow from KUSHIDA! Mark would writhe in agony, as Jay Briscoe tried to intervene. KUSHIDA ducked a clothesline - SPRINGBOARD DROPKICK FROM SABIN! Jay Briscoe rolled to the outside - Suicide dive from Sabin! As Mark got to his feet, KUSHIDA would lift him up - BACK TO THE FUTURE! 1...2...3!

    WINNERS!
    Spoiler:

    Time Machine (Pinfall w/ Back To The Future in 10:22)


    10:45
    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC/FADE OFF

    Sabin and KUSHIDA are handed their championships by referee Brian Hebner, each having their hand raised. The champions shake hands and hug, as the crowd applauds their victory. Each man climbs onto a turnbuckle, holding their titles high in the air.

    FADE TO COMMENTATION STATION.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Well fans, a great showing from our tag team champions, Time Machine here tonight, against one of the best team of brothers in the history of professional -

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Wait, wait, what’s happening in the ring?!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Our apologies ladies and gentlemen, a commotion has broken out in the ring, hopefully we can get a shot on it soon.

    HARD CUT TO RING.

    We go back to the ring to see Time Machine down and old on the mat, as we see three figures standing in the ring, with the crowd chanting three letters…

    S...C...U!

    SOCAL UNCENSORED! The trio of Christopher Daniels (using a crutch), Frankie Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky are in the ring, as KUSHIDA and Sabin are on the mat holding their heads. Kazarian grabs Sabin by the hair, and Sky lifts KUSHIDA to his feet. Both men throw the tag team champions to the outside, as Christopher Daniels steps up to Hebner, who gets out of the ring in fear. Daniels laughs at him, as he grabs the each tag team title belt from the mat. Sky and Kaz get to Daniels, who hands each man a championship. SCU stand in the center of the ring, as Scorpio Sky and Frankie Kazarian hold the tag team championships high above their heads.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Well, we heard last week that SCU wanted their shot at the All Elite Wrestling tag team championships, and they have made their intentions felt by the champions here tonight! Now, fans, we’re going to go to commercial break and try to regain some control of the situation. Stay tuned, we have more great action coming your way!

    FADE OUT.

    10:48
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:




    10:51
    FADE IN.

    INT. ALL ELITE WRESTLING WOMEN’S LOCKER ROOM

    We see a commotion of people in the back, as we see Mayu Iwatani on the ground in pain.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Well, we had hoped to have the commotion sorted, and when we had, another had begun…

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Mayu Iwatani was found laid out, clutching her knee as she was scheduled to compete tonight.

    Mayu is writhing around on the ground, as trainers are talking to her and taking vitals. The camera pulls back, and we see paint across the wall, still wet. The purple writings leave little to the imagination of who could be behind this attack. The letters read -

    VENOM.

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Buddies, we’re gonna try to get things figured out while we can, but there has been chaos this week on Dynamite!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. I’m receiving word that we have a video package to present to the viewing audience as we get this situation sorted out, we’ll be back just as soon as we can to get some action going for you all!

    FADE OUT.

    10:52
    FADE IN.

    INT. DARK ROOM. SINGLE LIGHT, STATIONARY OVER TABLE. TELEVISION IN THE FAR CORNER OF THE ROOM.


    We see a dark room, familiar now as we’ve seen it for the past number of weeks. There is a figure sitting at the table, with his head in his hands. The light doesn’t let us get a good shot of the figure, other than the outline of his back. On the table sits a bottle of Jack Daniels’ missing half of it’s contents, a glass next to it nearly empty.

    (FROM TELEVISION...)JOEY JANELA. Ladies… and… GENTLEMEN! I am the motherf****** BAD BOY, Joey Janela!

    A grunt comes out of the figure, as he takes a swig from the bottle, ignoring the glass.

    (FROM TELEVISION…)JOEY JANELA. I have spent the last few years with some companies that produce amazing DEATH MATCHES!... I love this business, and it’s my dream to keep doing this my entire life, until I die in the middle of this ring…

    The figure perks up for a moment, scrambling absentmindedly for the remote. He finds the remote and rewinds the broadcast.

    (FROM TELEVISION…)JOEY JANELA. It’s my dream to keep doing this my entire life, until I die in the middle of this ring…

    Rewind.

    (FROM TELEVISION…)JOEY JANELA. Until I die in the middle of this ring.

    The man pauses the TV. He stands up, grabbing the glass and finishing what’s in it. The figure makes a motion that looks like laughter for a second - Before throwing the empty glass into the tv! The man grabs the bottle of Jack, turning and walking out, but the camera doesn’t get a clear shot of who it is. We zoom in on the television screen, sporting a large crack over a frozen in time Joey Janela.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC.

    YOU WANNA PLAY, BAD BOY?

    BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR…

    ULTRAVIOLENCE
    IS COMING
    TO ALL ELITE WRESTLING!


    FADE OUT.

    10:55
    FADE IN.

    INT. MARYLAND SOCCERPLEX - LOCKER ROOM

    We see the All Elite Wrestling Champion, The Bastard King PAC! He is seen watching footage from previous episodes of Dynamite, as well as some clips from other promotions (Credit given to PWG, CMLL, and NJPW for the footage where applicable).
    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Now, fans, don’t forget, tonight’s main event will see Rey Fenix, your #1 Contender to the All Elite Wrestling Championship, team up with his brother Pentagon Zero, and perhaps an ally of circumstance in Hangman Page! These three men will face off with the champion and two partners of PAC’s choosing, as The Bastard King makes his television debut tonight on Dynamite!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. The later we get, the worse PAC’s chances are of finding even one partner, let alone two!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. You won’t wanna miss that, but fans, we’re gonna take it back to the ring for the long awaited in-ring debut of Mercedes Martinez!

    FADE OUT.

    10:56
    "Poseidon's Siren" Ashley Vox "The Latina Sensation" Mercedes Martinez
    24 38
    5'3" 5'7"
    114 Lbs. 147 Lbs.
    Providence, Rhode Island, USA The Bronx, New York, USA
    5 Years Experience 19 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s):
    Reel Catch (Armbar with Fishhooking), Vader Bomb
    Finishing Move(s):
    Bull Run (Fisherman Buster), Surfboard Dragon Sleeper
    Match #2
    Singles Match
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    Ashley Vox vs. Mercedes Martinez

    Match Summary:

    Ashley Vox was already in the ring as we faded to the ring, dressed in seagreen gear and wearing her “Reel F’n Catch” T-Shirt. Poseidon’s Siren has a tall task ahead of her, as the music hit for her opponent, the long awaited debut of Mercedes Martinez! “The Latina Sensation” walks down in black and white gear, a hood over her head pulled back just enough for a comfortable smirk across her face to be seen. Michael Schiavello touts out the impressive resume of Martinez, “This woman is a 19 year veteran, and has had FIFTEEN Women’s Championship reigns over a number of companies. Martinez has traveled the world and proven to be one of the best women bell to bell for almost two decades!”

    Ashley Vox caught Martinez by surprise, charging The Latina Sensation as the bell sounded. The crowd popped as Vox seemed to have Mercedes reeling, while Sarah Shockey would tell us that Vox ”has the heart of a champion and will fight until her body can’t fight anymore.” As Vox was backed off by referee Bryce Remsburg, Mercedes Martinez would step up over his shoulder and drive a knee, rocking Vox and getting the advantage. Martinez spent the rest of the match dominating Ashley Vox with knees, elbows, and suplexes, in a beating that began to get uncomfortable. Martinez landed a Three Amigas combination, go for the cover, and raise Vox’s shoulder right at the 2 count, making it clear that Martinez wanted to continue to punish Poseidon’s Siren for coming out of the gate hot. Mercedes Martinez would continue striking on Ashley Vox in the corner, until Remsburg almost had to call the match. Vox would demand it to continue, however, as she stood up directly into another knee to the chin from The Latina Sensation.

    Ashley Vox was down and out on the mat, as Mercedes Martinez would drag the lifeless body of Poseidon’s Siren into the center of the ring. Martinez goes to the legs of Vox, rolling Vox over face down. Mercedes Martinez hooked her own feet behind the knees of Ashley Vox, as Martinez would also pull on the arms of Vox, putting her into a surfboard stretch! Vox struggled for a few moments, but Martinez grabbed at the hair of Vox, pulling her into a Dragon Sleeper as well! Surfboard Dragon Sleeper in the center of the ring would leave Vox no choice but to submit.

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Mercedes Martinez (Submission w/ Surfboard Dragon Sleeper in 5:40


    FADE ON WINNING GRAPHIC/FADE OFF
    Mercedes Martinez stands tall after her victorious debut. She walks over to Vox, who has ring hands holding ice to her chin and shoulder. The Latina Sensation scares off the ring hands, as she sarcastically shakes hands with the downed Vox. Mercedes would rip down on each shake, causing Ashley Vox to yelp out in pain at each shake. Mercedes Martinez dropped her opponent’s hand, leaving the ring as the crowd would boo her for her actions.

    11:01
    FADE IN.

    INT. SOUND STUDIO INTERVIEW AREA

    FADE ON GRAPHIC, BOTTOM LEFT - “Pre-Recorded 11:35 A.M. This Morning…”

    We see Conrad Thomson seated in a room, we see the arm of the other chair but cannot see who is sitting in it.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Hey, hey, it’s Conrad Thompson here, and fans I’ve got a great interview set for today, please welcome my guest at this time. He is The Best Bout Machine, thought by many to be the best wrestler alive today, ladies and gentlemen, Kenny Omega!

    The camera pans over, as we see Kenny Omega sitting in his chair, a “One Winged Angel” T-Shirt on, with a smile on his face.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Now, to pull back the curtain a bit for you folks at home, I was scheduled to be here at 11 to conduct a sit down interview, and on my way out Kenny Omega asked if I had some spare time to get some things off his chest. So, Kenny, chat me up, what’s on your mind?

    KENNY OMEGA. Well, first off, thank you for your time, Conrad. I am here… because I need to set the record straight. I am here because I am well regarded for not only having, but winning matches that people constantly think re-sets the bar in terms of quality and enjoyment. I take very seriously what I do, and because of that I am very good at what I do. So, as you can imagine, I don’t take kindly when people claim themselves the best, despite having lost against me. Especially when they continue to call themselves the best in the world, while using a nickname created to parody ME.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, as I’m sure we can all understand, you’re talking about Chris Jericho. Does his assault on you recently have to do with the issue you have with him, or does this run deeper than that?

    KENNY OMEGA. What people sometimes forget is how long Chris Jericho has done this. He debuted in wrestling a few years after I was born. Let me remind you of this, Conrad. While Alpha versus Omega was a first time ever clash of epic proportions, which I won by the way, it ran deeper than him jumping me during a show.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Care to elaborate on that?

    KENNY OMEGA. Chris Jericho and myself both happen to be from the great city of Winnipeg. And for YEARS, Chris and his family have been royalty there. His father played in the NHL, and then Jericho had become the most famous wrestler to come from Winnipeg. The city loved him, as he spent decades constantly reinventing himself and making his home proud. Chris Jericho was ubiquitous in my life. As I told people I wanted to wrestle, people who I’d known my whole life would tell me that I’d better enjoy being known as second best, because of Chris Jericho. Chris Jericho has been ubiquitous in my life and at the very moment I least expected… He appeared again. And I finally had the chance to prove to the world that I truly was the best wrestler alive today. And Alpha versus Omega happened… And you saw the result.

    Kenny shifts forward in his seat, as anger grows on more apparent in his expression and voice.

    KENNY OMEGA.
    We come to today, and All Elite Wrestling finally allows for a place for the best wrestlers on the face of this earth to be at the forefront of a global revolution. And what happens? I get attacked. Again. By Chris Jericho. The man who still claims to be the best in the world, after losing decidedly to the TRUE best in the world.

    Kenny Omega stands up, as the camera follows him. He had a look of determination on his face, somewhat out of character for the typically cocky star.

    KENNY OMEGA. Chris Jericho, my message for you is this. You defeated my partner, Kota Ibushi. You want to send a message to me? Words work fine, but we both know I’m more than fluent between the ropes. So here is my challenge. At Bash at the Beach, in Jacksonville, Florida, on July 28th. You and I do this once again, this time with the world watching The Best Bout Machine putting you down once and for all, proving that you are nothing more than the best in the world at what you DID, because the future is bright. The path to the future will shine through, from the light of the One Winged Angel.

    Kenny Omega does a finger pistol firing to the camera, with a smirk on his face.

    FADE OUT.

    11:11
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:




    11:14
    FADE IN.

    INT. SOUND STUDIO INTERVIEW AREA

    FADE ON GRAPHIC, BOTTOM LEFT - “Pre-Recorded at 11:00 A.M. This Morning…”

    We see Conrad Thompson sitting in a chair, with a card that would presumably be full of questions. We cannot see the other chair at the moment.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Hey, hey, everybody, AEW Interview Correspondent Conrad Thompson here today with a very important interview. Please welcome my guest at this time, one half of The Lucha Brothers, the current number one contender for the All Elite Wrestling Championship, Rey Fenix! Rey, man, how’re you?

    The camera pans over, showing Rey Fenix wearing a custom suit to match the pattern of his dark brown formal mask. His tie resembles the Mexican flag, and as he speaks in Spanish, translations appear captioned on the screen.

    REY FENIX. I’m feeling well, Conrad. Thank you for having me.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Now, Rey, in a matter of weeks on July 28th, you walk into perhaps the biggest match of your career. You will be main eventing Bash at the Beach as you challenge the dominant champion, PAC. So, chat me up, for the fans at home who may not be aware of the world of lucha libre, who IS ‘Rey Fenix?’

    REY FENIX. *Chuckles* A deep question, no? Who am I? Well, I am somebody who has all I could want in life thanks to professional wrestling, specifically lucha libre. As a kid, my brother Pentagon and I would pretend to be famous luchadors, battling with and against each other around the house. And now? We still do this, but now it hurts a lot more and we get paid.

    Fenix laughs at his joke, while Conrad pauses, not knowing the answer as he doesn’t speak Spanish. Conrad nods as he’s told the translation through his head set as he chuckles and moves on.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, you and Pentagon Zero both have proven yourselves to be much more than “pretend famous luchadors” as you’ve set the wrestling world on fire. One thing that we hear often in your matches is the chant “Animo.” Any way you could help us understand what that means?

    REY FENIX. Well, literally, “Animo” translates to “cheer up,” but in traditional lucha libre, it is the call to fight on. It is what helps the luchadors know that the fans believe in them, and that the fans want for the luchador to draw on their energy and fight stronger. That is my goal. To always fight harder and stronger than my opponents, so that the fans get their moneys worth. At the same time, I appreciate it, because it tells me that I am good at what I do to the point that the fans believe in me and what me to succeed. That makes me very thankful.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. I see. Lucha libre has many traditions that luchadors hold dear to their hearts that may go under the radar of many North American fans. If this chant was the tradition, why is it so rare for it to happen now, but it follows you wherever you go?

    REY FENIX. Well, again, I am very thankful for those who do it, whether they understand the tradition or they see others chant it so they feel they must as well. As for why they do, I have always spoken out about how I wish to always continue to fight, and to do so while following the traditions of lucha libre. This mask *taps the edge of his mask* and everything it represents is everything I hold close to my heart. For that, I wish to show the world lucha libre, in the hopes that I can bring back these things people have forgotten. Lucha libre is the best style professional wrestling has, in my opinion. With my outspoken way of following traditions, my goals and hopes remains to help educate people on the culture of lucha libre and, in turn, Mexico as a whole. Mexico has not had a star to help bring lucha to a global audience since Rey Misterio Jr. who I have named myself partially out of due to respect. By no means am I saying I am as great as one of the greatest, though I have heard the comparisons, but I do feel that this is my purpose in this life, to finish the mission that he started of spreading Lucha outside of Mexico.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, well, speaking as someone who watches a lot of wrestling, you impress the hell out of me every time I see you compete. What do you have to say to PAC, the man you challenge at Bash at the Beach, who claims he has you beaten in, quote, “Every tangible and intangible you could name?”

    REY FENIX. *Chuckle* Well, first, thank you. Secondly, I understand that PAC has this idea of luchadors, which many people do. There are those who think luchadors can only fly and move fast. This is part of why I want to help more people learn about lucha libre. Mexico has a history of being the home of great technicians and submission styled wrestlers. Myself, besides my speed, I believe that my striking is my strongest ability. And I am not afraid to say this, because I doubt PAC will take the time to watch this anyway. He largely only cares if he is on camera. But what I will tell you, and every fan at home, is that I know where PAC excels. He has not lost in 21 months. He has many strong points. But I am confident, not cocky. I understand that PAC has me bested in certain categories, but to say that I am not on his level is an insult I do not take lightly, and I am going to disprove.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, thank you for your time, Rey. Now, one last question, later tonight you have a six man Tag Team Match in the main event, as you and your brother team with Hangman Page in order to take on PAC and two mystery partners. What message do you have for those tuning in tonight, and to possible opponents?

    REY FENIX. Well, tonight is a preview of the future to come. I welcome the best to stand up as his partners, and I will prove myself the better competitor. At Bash at the Beach, PAC and Rey Fenix go to war, but tonight, the war begins early. And I plan to win and show PAC what is to come in his future.

    Rey Fenix and Conrad shake hands as a graphic is shown promoting tonight’s main event.

    FADE OUT.

    11:24
    FADE ON.

    FADE IN - THE DOPE SHOW BY MARILYN MANSON

    We see footage courtesy of STARDOM, as All Elite Wrestling Women’s Champion, Allysin Kay had previously competed on three shows for them. We see footage of Allysin Kay in all three matches (Teaming with Tokyo Cyber Squad members Hana Kimura and Jungle Kyona against Oedo Tai, fighting HAZUKI and fighting Tam Nakano in singles matches) as the champion’s theme song plays. Text graphics intercut between in-ring footage.

    THE BEST WOMAN ALIVE

    AK-47 nails brutal chops to members of Oedo Tai.

    A PREMIERE FIGHTER

    We see Kay with swift striking combinations, before seeing her tie up HAZUKI in an Omoplata.

    THE CLASSIEST WRESTLER ON THE PLANET

    We see the champion standing over Tam Nakano, a foot on the opponent’s head as Allysin Kay held the AEW Women’s Championship high above her head.

    GRAPHIC FADE ON.

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING WOMEN’S CHAMPION
    ALLYSIN KAY

    IN ACTION NEXT WEEK!

    FADE OUT.

    11:25
    "El Toro Blanco" Rush "El Idolo"
    La Sombra
    Joe Doering "Wrestling's Last Real Man"
    Silas Young
    30 29 37 38
    6' 5'11" 6'6" 5'11"
    210 Lbs. 180 Lbs. 276 Lbs. 209 Lbs.
    Tala, Jalisco, Mexico Gomez Palacio, Durango, Mexico Windsor, Ontario, Canada Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA
    12 Years Experience 16 Years Experience 15 Years Experience 17 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s):
    La Lanza (Diving Double Foot Stomp), Rush Driver (Butterfly Piledriver)
    Finishing Move(s):
    Hammerlock DDT, Leg Split Corkscrew Senton
    Finishing Move(s):
    Revolution Bomb (Spinning Sitout Powerbomb)
    Finishing Move(s):
    Misery (Fireman's Carry Cutter), Stock Lock (Bridging Full Nelson)
    Match #3
    Tag Team Match
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Referee: Rick Knox
    Los Ingobernables w/ Marti Belle vs. Joe Doering and Silas Young

    Match Summary:

    Joe Doering and Silas Young made their way to the ring together. Schiavello ran down these two’s history, as they have never teamed together despite a history of singles success for both men, Doering specifically being a multiple time Triple Crown Champion in All Japan Pro Wrestling. As they waited in the ring, the music of their opponents hit, and on the stage walked… Marti Belle? Sarah Shockey reminds the fans of Belle’s offer to manage the group, and that AEW’s Board of Director’s issued a temporary manager’s license earlier this week to Marti Belle per request of La Sombra. She was followed then by the Tag Team, “El Idolo” La Sombra y “El Toro Blanco” Rush; Los Ingobernables! The duo made their way down the ramp, as we’re reminded by commentary that Rush and Sombra are founding members of LOS, a group that has made waves in their Japan branch thanks to Tetsuya Naito, who learned his tranquilo ways from La Sombra. Sombra wore his old mask to the ring, but took it off before the contest began.

    Sombra and Rush would confuse Joe Doering early on, as they would transition between apathy and “tranquillo” to high speed strikes and springboard moves seemingly at random. As Doering got frustrated at his inability to figure out the offense of the Mexican team, he tagged out to Silas Young, who may have fared even worse. Sombra would fly around the ring, toying with Young before nailing Silas with brutal elbow strikes followed by a double knee strike to the chin of a seated Silas Young. Rush came into the ring, using his agility and grappling to use suplexes and throws, sending Silas off balance.

    El Idolo y El Toro Blanco would get up into the ring, as Joe Doering ran in trying to charge them both. Both members of LOS dodged to opposite sides against the ropes, as Marti Belle yelled at Doering from the outside. As Doering would get distracted by the beauty on the outside, both Rush and Sombra landed brutal lariats to either side of Doering! Joe Doering fell to the May, rolling out of the ring, as Silas Young grabbed Rush by the hair. Young wound up before tossing El Toro Blanco out of the ring. Silas got caught by surprise as he turned around - Snap Back Elbow! Young falls to his knees, out on his feet as La Sombra grabbed an arm into a hammerlock - HAMMERLOCK DDT! The cover from El Idolo would get the 3 and the victory for Los Ingobernables!

    WINNERS!
    Spoiler:

    Los Ingobernables (Pinfall w/ Hammerlock DDT in 6:11)

    11:31
    FADE IN.

    INT. BUSHIDO STRIKING ACADEMY, HIDDEN DOJO LEVEL BELOW GROUND - TOKYO, JAPAN

    We see the room we left last week, as a figure shrouded in shadows stands inside a ring, with hands in his pockets. The camera turns 180, and we see the yellow mask of the face we’ve seen for the past few weeks - Andy Wu. He’s sporting the new yellow jersey we saw him receive last week, and as he steps forward, the camera moves behind him to show the familiar Wu-1 on the back. Wu steps to the ring, but stays on the outside, kneeling down as he awaited the figure in the ring. The figure in ring steps out of the shadows. We cannot see his face clearly, but the man is wearing a suit, with an emerald tie. We see black hair, but the face is not shown. The man steps out of the ring, and stands in front of Andy Wu. He speaks in a gruff Japanese voice, and we see subtitles for both men as they speak.

    MAN. Why are you here, student?

    ANDY WU. Sir, I wish to become the best.

    MAN. (Assertive) Why are you here, student?

    Wu looks up in confusion, as the man motions to the ring.

    MAN. You fight with grace and talent. It’s impressive for your age, You have never lost a sparring match, and yet you have yet to win decisively. 40 fights, 40 time limits, 40 perfect scores from judges.

    Andy Wu smiles with pride, but the man shakes his head. Wu’s smile drops.

    MAN. If you are here to learn anything other than the skill and art of fighting, you do not belong. But I requested you here because I believe you have potential. First, you just need to answer… Why can you not end a fight on your own? What prevents you?

    ANDY WU. Uh - Sir, I wish to be the best, but I wish to prove my skill without causing injury. If one is able to assert dominance through countering instead of attacking, it leaves less opening for myself to be defeated.

    The man turns his back, as we see a close up of Andy Wu, unsure if what he said could be seen as disrespectful, questioning the owner of the academy. The man grabs the middle ropes, stepping back into the ring. He yells out something seemingly incoherent, when suddenly three students enter the ring as well, seemingly out of nowhere. The man looks back and we get a view of his face - It’s the face of a Japanese wrestling legend!

    IT’S KENTA KOBASHI!

    KENTA KOBASHI. (Smiling) I welcome the chance to be proven wrong by a promising young star. But you still have much to learn.

    Andy Wu nods, leaping to his feet and jumping into the ring. All three students lunge at Wu -

    FLASH CUT.

    “THE BUSHIDO BATTLE STAR”
    ANDY WU

    Coming to All Elite Wrestling!

    11:33
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:





    11:36
    FADE IN.

    INT. MARYLAND SOCCERPLEX, COMMENTATION STATION

    We see our commentary team smiling as we come back from break.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Welcome back, fans, and we are mere moments away from our massive main event contest!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. But first! We have a special interview with one of our most popular wrestlers, please welcome, from her home in Dublin, Ireland live on skype, “The Man” Becky Knox!

    FADE ON BECKY KNOX SKYPE FEED

    CROWD POP.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Becky, welcome! Thank you for being here!

    BECKY KNOX. (Smirking) Thank you, Michael. It’s a pleasure for you to have me here.

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Becky, since your debut here you’ve had the fans riled up wanting to see you in competition for the Women’s Championship. What did you discuss with AEW Match Maker Stu Barrett a few weeks ago?

    BECKY KNOX. Well, Sarah, to put it plainly, we came to an understanding. We both have things we want from each other, and they aren’t mutually exclusive. Barrett wants people to tune in and see great fights. I want to be the champion of the world. One leads to the other, and we agreed to work towards that.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Now, you’ve already beaten Tenille Dashwood, but with Revolution FC’s leader, Jordynne Grace, already being the next in line for an opportunity at the championship, we may have to wait a bit before your turn comes up. What do you have to say to that?

    Becky chuckles before answering.

    BECKY KNOX. Line ‘em up, I’ll tap them out. The word “the best” gets thrown around a lot in this company. I’m not concerned right now with calling myself that, I’m gonna show it. I’m not gonna throw around words, I’m gonna throw around bodies. And I’ll be doing it again next week when I compete LIVE on Dynamite!

    POP.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Well, Becky, thank you for your time. We don’t want to take time away from your training, we look forward to seeing you compete next week.

    BECKY KNOX. Competition is a strong word, Mike. I say we wait to use it until I get a challenge.

    FADE OUT.

    11:39
    FADE IN.

    INT. MARYLAND SOCCERPLEX, RING AREA

    COMING IN AFTER HANGMAN PAGE AND LUCHA BROTHERS ENTRANCE


    FADE ON - KINGS NEVER DIE BY EMINEM FT. GWEN STEFANI

    Out from behind the curtain steps the almighty. The top of the ladder of All Elite Wrestling, “The Bastard King,” All Elite Wrestling Champion PAC! He stands on the ramp as pyro erupts on either side of him. PAC is wearing all black gear, with his championship belt around his waist and a microphone in his hand. His music dies down as he stands on the stage.

    PAC. What? Are ya surprised I showed, or just sad because you’d hoped I realize this wasn’t worth my time?!

    HEAT.

    PAC. I had offers to join me from around the globe! I got messages from America, Canada, Mexico, the UK, Japan, you bloody name it! But the two men I wanted… The two men I saw as worthy to team up with your KING! They are here… They are dangerous alone, but all three of us define the word UNBEATABLE! First… Allow me to introduce to you The Franchise! He has been the measuring stick for years, welcome JAY LETHAL!

    FADE IN - ENCORE/NUMB BY JAY-Z AND LINKIN PARK

    The crowd boos, as Jay Lethal steps onto stage wearing black and gold trim gear. He laughs, pointing at the ring and running his thumb across his throat.

    PAC. And this man… This man is an Olympic athlete!

    CONFUSED POP.

    PAC. This man can suplex you all over the ring, and can strike with the best of them!

    GROWING POP.

    PAC. This man displays obscene amounts of intelligence, integrity, and intensity!

    HUGE POP.

    PAC. Ladies and gentlemen… My second partner… THE PACIFIC POWERHOUSE! JEFF COBB!

    FADE IN - KING IN THE DOOR BY NOTORIOUS B.I.G.

    HEAT.

    The crowd drowns in boos, as our walks Jeff Cobb, standing on the stage draped in the flag of Guam.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Oh… Oh no… Jeff Cobb is a former Olympic wrestler, and one of the strongest men alive today.

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Talk about a dream trio… This match is going to be one for the ages!
    Hangman Page Rey Fenix Pentagon Zero "The Bastard King" PAC[c] "The Franchise" Jay Lethal "The Pacific Powerhouse" Jeff Cobb
    26 28 34 31 34 36
    6' 5'9" 5'11" 5'8" 5'10" 5'10"
    214 Lbs. 163 Lbs. 207 Lbs. 194 Lbs. 225 Lbs. 263 Lbs.
    Aaron's Creek, Virginia, USA Mexico City, Mexico Mexico City, Mexico Newcastle upon Tyne, England Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
    11 Years Experience 14 Years Experience 9 Years Experience 15 Years Experience 18 Years Experience 10 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s):
    Rite of Passage (Belly To Back Piledriver), Buckshot Lariat (Slingshot Lariat)
    Finishing Move(s):
    Singles - 450 Splash, La Garra Del Fenix (Diving Meteora)
    Tag (w/ Pentagon Zero) - Death Factor (Double Foot Stomp Package Piledriver)
    Finishing Move(s):
    Singles - Fear Factor (Package Piledriver), Pentagon Driver (Pumphandle Half Nelson Driver)
    Tag (w/ Rey Fenix) - Death Factor (Double Foot Stomp Package Piledriver)
    Finishing Move(s): Black Arrow (Corkscrew Shooting Star Press), Rings of Saturn Finishing Move(s):
    Lethal Injection (Handspring Cutter), Figure Four Leg Lock
    Finishing Move(s):
    Tour of the Islands (Spinning Reverse Powerslam), Kata Ha Jime (Half Nelson Judo Choke)
    Match #4
    MAIN EVENT
    Six-Man Tag Team Match
    Time Limit: 20 Minutes
    Referee: Brian Hebner
    Hangman Page and The Lucha Brothers vs. PAC, Jay Lethal, and Jeff Cobb

    Match Summary:

    As The Lucha Bros would converse in Spanish in the ring, seeing their opponents join up together, Hangman Page stayed solemn in the corner. Page’s gaze never swayed away from PAC, seemingly fixated on the man before him. Jay Lethal got straight in the face of Fenix and Pentagon, talking trash. Jeff Conn, however, was walking the front row, daring fans to take a shot as they booed the men entering the ring.

    PAC spent the match dodging Hangman Page, finding joy toying with the emotions of The Problem Solver. Pentagon Zero and Rey Fenix put on a beautiful display of Tag Team combinations and aerial offense, using their ability to work together to gradually chop down the mighty oak known as Jeff Cobb. Cobb would overpower the Lucha Bros when left to one on one, forcing each man into the air with rural suplexes and slams, unavoidable no matter the amount of struggle. Hangman Page even odds a bit, frustrating Cobb as The Pacific Powerhouse was unable to put Hangman down for good. As Page began to pick up steam, Cobb tagged out to Jay Lethal. Lethal would cheap shot Page behind the ref’s back, and would continue to pound away on Page. As Hangman couldn’t fight back, PAC finally got into the ring with him, sending stuff strikes to Page on the ground. The crowd got behind Hangman, after being man handled by all three of his opponents individually, but still refusing to quit. The crowd rallied, and Jay Lethal took too much time to play to the crowd, allowing Page to make the tag to Rey Fenix!

    Rey Fenix would take to the air, with thrilling springboards combining with swift strikes to keep Jay Lethal guessing. Cobb charged into the ring as Fenix climbed the ropes, but Fenix evaded. Pentagon landed a stiff superkick to the chin of Cobb, sending him out of the ring! PAC grabbed Pentagon by the mask, tossing him to the outside, but Zero grabbed the hair of PAC, and both men went out! SHOOTING STAR PRESS OFF THE APRON ONTO ALL FOUR MEN BY HANGMAN PAGE! Referee Brian Hebner stepped outside the ring to check on the competitors, not noticing that Jay Lethal has slid in the ring with a pair of Brass Knuckles! Lethal was measuring Rey Fenix, looking for the final blow - WHEN FLIP GORDON RAN THROUGH THE CROWD! Gordon stepped into the ring, superkicking the wrist of Jay Lethal, sending the knucks flying to ringside! SUPERKICK FROM FENIX! The number one contender ascended the turnbuckle, as Flip left the ring. 450 SPLASH FROM FENIX! The cover and the three count meant victory for the team of Rey Fenix!

    WINNERS!
    Spoiler:

    Hangman Page and The Lucha Brothers (Pinfall w/ 450 Splash in 16:00


    11:55
    WINNING GRAPHIC FADE ON/FADE OFF

    Rey Fenix, Pentagon Zero, and Hangman Page stand in the center of the ring, having their hands raised by both the referee and Flip Gordon. The camera cuts to the outside, where we see PAC looking awestruck for a moment. Jay Lethal is still stirring on the floor, as ring hands put ice packs on his head, checking to make sure he’s okay. The camera cuts again, showing Jeff Cobb walking up the ramp throwing a tantrum. Cobb tosses chairs, shoves tables being used by staff, and shoves a ring hand away as the hand tried giving Cobb an ice pack.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. PAC can’t believe his eyes, as he realizes how real of a threat Rey Fenix truly is!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. PAC may be undefeated for 21 months, but that could stop next month at 22!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. We’ve run out of time here on the broadcast, fans! Don’t miss Dynamite next week as we see the Dynamite debut of AEW Women’s Champion, Allysin Kay!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. And Becky Knox will once again be in action! Don’t miss it, buddies, same time, same channel, next week! For Michael Schiavello and all the All Elite Wrestling staff, this is Sarah Shockey signing out and saying have a wonderful week!

    PAC stands on the stage with a smirk, He raises his AEW Championship high above his head, while the camera moves behind him. We see the backlit shadow of PAC holding his most prized possession to the heavens, as Rey Fenix stands in the ring, pantomiming the belt being around his waist!

    FADE OUT.

    12:00
    END GRAPHIC
    FADE OUT.
    Copyright All Elite Wrestling, LLC. 2019

    Post-Show Press Conference Highlights on YouTube:
    (Available for On Demand Streaming In Full and Uncensored on AEW’s Website)

    Time Machine Panel:
    The AEW Tag Team Champions, KUSHIDA and Chris Sabin, talked about the impact made during their Dynamite debut. They both have credit to the Briscoes as being a tough team that not many are able to defeat, saying that this proves how serious they are about becoming the best Tag Team. The two were asked about SoCal Uncensored, and both men got slightly more intense. Sabin said he respected SCU before this, but that’s all gone now with the attack. KUSHIDA added that he came to America to face everybody, and if SCU wanted a match they just had to ask. The two proclaim the AEW Tag Team Championships as the most important gold in wrestling, and say that they will show everybody why that is the case the next time they get into the ring.


    Mercedes Martinez Panel:
    Mercedes mentioned that tonight was the start. She elaborated that it was the start of a time she has waited all too long for; recognition. She would claim that for almost two decades now, she has been the baddest woman on the face of the earth, but that it had fallen on deaf ears. She would go on to say that Vox tonight was just a stepping stone. She gave Ashley Vox props for trying to fight it, but called herself “an inevitability in brutality.” The Latina Sensation closed with an open message to the locker room that she was now the big fish in the pond, but as she was speaking she was interrupted! Reika Saiki, the trainee for Revolution FC, walked forward, and Martinez stood up ready to fight. Saiki held something in her hands, and as she stepped to Martinez, she held out the black object, offering it to The Latina Sensation. Martinez took it and opened it - It was a Revolution FC shirt and arm band! The media gasped and took pictures, as it seems Revolution FC was trying to recruit in front of everybody. Mercedes looked confused for a moment, before chuckling to herself. She draped the shirt over her shoulder, motioning for Reika to follow her. The two left, not giving an official confirmation whether or not Mercedes Martinez accepted the invitation!


    Los Ingobernables Panel:
    This panel featured both Rush and La Sombra receiving questions, and translated interpretations being relayed through Marti Belle. Belle would articulate that both men were two of the smoothest, most well versed wrestlers on the planet, and that the duo would replicate the success in America that Los Ingobernables have had internationally. When asked why Belle was managing them, she answered herself by saying she was the equalizing factor that will lead to the only thing deciding match outcomes is talent. She would cite Joe Doering trying to cheat earlier in the night, and that she only distracted him because he shouldn’t have been in the ring anyway. La Sombra and Rush would have her relay that the two of them want to make a lot of money, because they have the talent to do so. They make the message known that they are on the hunt for championship gold, be it Tag Team or singles.


    PAC, Jay Lethal, and Jeff Cobb Panel:
    Jeff Cobb spent the panel insulting members of the press that mentioned any time he took damage during the match, or the matches outcome. Cobb said that nobody in the ring during that match was on the same level that he was, and that it had to come down to someone else losing by interference to beat Cobb. Jay Lethal called Flip Gordon a pest, saying that him getting in the way is delaying the inevitable. Lethal would go on to say his mission to destroy AEW from the inside will not be a short mission, and if he has to take time to cut down outliers like Flip Gordon, then so be it. PAC reminded us that he has not been pinned or submitted for 21 months, saying that he is the greatest athlete on the planet today, and that AEW is lucky to have somebody on his level as their first champion. PAC said that the moment he won the All Elite Wrestling Championship, AEW as a whole became legitimate, because it showed that regardless of weight class, the only thing that matters is who can get the job done. “Adam couldn’t get the job done. Rey Fenix will not get the job done. Nobody alive or dead will get the job done against me, because there is nobody better than me. There is nobody who can hold a candle to me. There is nobody who can take my crown. All will fall before the Bastard King. All will crumble beneath my fury. Because PAC is undeniable, and for that… You must… Bend… A… Knee,” - PAC[1st All Elite Wrestling Champion]


    Hangman Page and The Lucha Brothers Panel:
    Hangman Page was fired up, saying that the three of them proved that the mountain top is not far for them. Page said that PAC is afraid of Hangman, because PAC knows that his days as champion would be done in a rematch. Page would go on to call Rey Fenix a great competitor, and thanks the brothers for teaming with him tonight. Page wishes luck for Fenix in his championship match and hopes to receive a title shot in the near future if Rey Fenix wins. Pentagon Zero took particular offense to Jeff Cobb throwing his weight around. Zero said he’d dealt with people like Cobb a lot in life, and he has no tolerance for, as Penta would say, “muscle head assholes.” Pentagon would congratulate his brother on getting the win, and say he can’t wait to celebrate with the entire family in Mexico after Fenix takes home the gold. Rey Fenix spoke last, thanking everybody for their support going into the biggest match of his career. Fenix would say that he has spent his career making believers of the people, and that he is grateful to see he has continued while joining a new company. Rey Fenix called PAC a bully, a narcissist, but a talented wrestler. He would say facing PAC will be the most daunting task he has faced yet, but that with the talent Rey Fenix knows he has, and the power of the fans believing in him, he can do succeed for himself, his family, and his country. Rey Fenix said tonight was the proving moment that the Battle Royal wasn’t a fluke, and that tonight will be seen as the start of Fenix Rising. He thanks the reporters for their questions, and wishes them well in their travels home as the event ends.

    Bash At The Beach Confirmed Card - July 28th 2019

    DEATH MATCH - 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Joey Janela vs. TBA

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Allysin Kay[1st Champion] vs. Jordynne Grace[Challenger]

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    PAC[1st Champion] vs. Rey Fenix[Challenger]





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    AEW Weekly Rumor Round Up

    All Elite Wrestling social media pages have been promoting a show to air later on in the week called "Inside AEW" that will be on the AEW YouTube Channel and IG-TV. The show is currently announced as being hosted by Conrad Thompson, but there is belief that it will be a panel similar to TNT's Inside The NBA show. The idea backstage is that the success of Being The Elite and the Road to Double or Nothing YouTube series shows that there are fans willing to watch their content online. Inside AEW is supposedly going to be a weekly in kayfabe analysis show, promoting new characters while running down highlights from shows and live events. Many believe that this will aid in giving younger talents the chance to get over while having limited television time, and some even think there is a chance if this series takes off that TNT will pick it up as a show.

    During Dynamite shows recently, there has been a vignette airing talking about "Ultraviolence", to the point where it is confirmed that this person will be facing Joey Janela in a Death Match at Bash at the Beach. Many believe that this is their way to introduce Jimmy Havoc to a bigger audience, though the video did have some odd hints during the vignette. There was a pack of Newports Cigarettes on the table, and we saw a leather jacket hanging on the far corner of the wall. People believe that this may be somebody that Joey Janela has a history with, but there is also the chance that this is a slight change up of the character of Jimmy Havoc.

    Tony Khan in an interview would clarify a misunderstanding between himself and the fans. After Double or Nothing, Tony Khan said that they had signed enough former WWE acts to debut one a month for a rest of the year. Many misunderstood meaning that they currently had 6 "acts" under contract that hadn't debuted, but Khan was apparently including Becky Knox and La Sombra in that moment. Khan has said that he only clarified acts between there is a variety in terms of what the talent could bring to All Elite Wrestling. There has been speculation that this may mean that a man, a woman, and a tag team have signed over. Many are pointing to the people that have already left, while raising heavy questions about people whose contract is up for negotiations soon.

    Speaking of people that are expected to go to All Elite Wrestling, the team formerly known as The Revival have made their first waves of movement since leaving the WWE. They have changed their handles and their names on social media, so that Scott Dawson is now "Scott Lunde @FTRScott" and Dash Wilder is now "Dash Morgan @FTRDash." The two have started following a number of wrestling companies, and have sent out tweets with their booking email (sharing an email as ForeverBookTheRevival) promoting themselves as being in top competition shape. They tweeted out asking for who the fans want to see them fight, and this led to an exchange that have fans buzzing. Nick Jackson tweeted raising his hand, and both Dash and Scott responded with a screenshot of empty DMs. Whether Dash and Scott are already signed are not is up for debate, but they instantly raised their buzz online after some time away.

    All Elite Wrestling is set to start running house shows in the near future. They have made a conscious effort to avoid using all their big stars on every show, so that when they begin house shows there isn't a significant drop in terms of appearances/quality. The idea is to have 2/3 sets of talent that can go around the country touring and performing different shows, and they can air the different sets each week depending on what stories they need to progress that week. AEW is set to release tickets for their first house shows running in August, and the announced card currently has Kenny Omega against La Sombra, Rush against Sami Guevara, DEMONxBUNNY (Allie & Rosemary) against VENOM, and an unannounced NWA Championship match. The size of the houses typically run will be lower than the television tapings, likely keeping around the low thousands range.

    Speaking of houses, All Elite Wrestling's shows for the next few weeks are going to be big shows, apparently. In a wrestling hotbed of Philadelphia, AEW is taking place in a historic venue; "The Cathedral of College Basketball" The Palestra. Seating around 8,000 people, more than AEW has drawn yet for any TV show, Dynamite will need to have something large to draw on it. Many think this is the reason for the Inside AEW show beginning this week, to build anticipation for their month in Philly. For the next 4 episodes to air from The Palestra, AEW is taking a risk in being able to fill the same market once a week, at so late. However, many believe with the amount of steam on social media and the amount of lapsed fans who are tuning in that wouldn't have been a factor before has aided in lifting up AEW where it has stalled in the beginning. The company can see pockets of fans being left behind by not picking up stories/characters that were hinted at, and are looking to make stories more clear by opening up character development to the general public now.

    One of the most interesting parts of All Elite Wrestling is a major wrestling company in America taking a strong interest in Joshi. With a roster having Mayu Iwatani, Hikaru Shida, Tsukasa Fujimoto, and even negotiating Maho Kurone out of retirement, many think that Kenny Omega has had a hand in helping executives see the value in joshi talent that isn't as spotlighted where they are currently in Japan. Tony Khan apparently is a big fan of joshi wrestling, citing in an interview that he wants to have the women's division be innovative and exciting; "I'd like for them to be for AEW what the cruiserweights did for WCW," he would say, as he was asked about using women's wrestlers that may not be as well known to a broad audience. AEW has made deals with multiple promotions for talent, in terms of having women come to AEW to work and vice versa, as is evident with AEW Women's Champion Allysin Kay working the most recent STARDOM tour. Companies that AEW have been working closely with include STARDOM, Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling, and Sendai Girls (run by AEW Roster Member Meiko Satomura). While many likely believe that the younger members of the rosters (those under 18) likely won't compete in AEW until they are of age, but the idea of having a bigger future in America available for some has been a very attractive idea to some.

    [SOURCE(s): Dave Meltzer, Bryan Alvarez, Ryan Satin, Sean Ross Sapp]





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    All Elite Wrestling All Elite Wrestling Social Media Weekly Highlights

    All Elite Wrestling Weekly Social Media Highlights:
    The Man @BeckyKnox
    This Tuesday it isn't about putting someone in their place. It's about putting me in mine. Everyday I'm not the champion is a day that longer the people aren't getting the champion they deserve. #BeckyBalboa #ItsTheMansWorld

    Cody Rhodes @CodyRhodes
    Received an odd package in the mail today. I'd rather my fans send to the following P.O. Box please, anything to my door sent to Cody and/or Brandi Rhodes will not be opened. P.O. Box is _________

    All Elite Wrestling @AEWrestling
    This Monday premiering at Noon Eastern, #InsideAEW! Lead by @HeyHeyItsConrad, get to know AEW talent better, as well as statistic breakdowns and deep dives into the ongoing action of #AEW! Don't miss it, available on YouTube and IG-TV!

    Aaron Solow @AaronSolow
    I refuse to wrestle for @AEWrestling until they fix the typo in my name for the roster list. #EqualRights4EqualSpelling

    TRENT? BERETTA @Trentylocks
    Ultraviolence sounds kinda familiar... pointy stuff... drinking... You thinking what I'm thinking @SexyChuckieT ???

    REY FENIX MexaKing @ReyFenixMx
    Rey Fenix Retweeted
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    Sending energy and good luck to @ReyFenixMx going into #AEWBatB! Animo! ATTACHMENT: Gif of crowd chanting Animo at Fenix.

    Chuck Taylor @SexieChuckie T
    @Trentylocks there's another knife pervert among us


    Conrad the Mortgage Guy @HeyHeyItsConrad
    This Monday, #InsideAEW episode includes; Inside from Hall of Fame caliber minds (hint hint), and some groundbreaking analysis of the ongoing #DynamiteOnTNT and general #AEW action! Meet your future favorite stars as they break out on TV, anytime anywhere on YouTube, at Noon!

    KING IS DEAD @BASTARDPAC
    THE MAIN EVENT IS IRRELEVANT! STILL NEVER PINNED! STILL NEVER SUBMITTED! IN TWENTY! ONE! MONTHS! THE BASTARD KING IS THE GREATEST ATHLETE TO EVER LIVE AND YOU ARE WELCOME I GRACE YOU WITH MY TALENT. RIP POOR FENIX.





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    All Elite Wrestling Inside AEW EP#001

    15 SECOND AD
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    YOU CAN SKIP THIS IN 5…

    All Elite Wrestling Presents:
    Inside AEW
    On-Demand On YouTube (Premieres at Noon EST)
    Panel: Conrad Thompson, Danielle Moinet, Dutch Mantell, and Jim Ross
    July 1st, 2019

    0:00
    COLD OPEN

    FADE ON SHOW INTRO - NEVER GIVE UP BY NEFFEX

    FADE ON LOGO

    "ALL ELITE WRESTLING: A GLOBAL REVOLUTION”

    FADE OFF LOGO


    FADE IN

    INT. INSIDE AEW SET [SOUND STUDIO, FOUR PERSON PANEL IN FRONT OF GREEN SCREEN]

    We see the panel of four AEW personnel that will be taking us through this show, all sat at a long wooden desk. They sit in a studio, with Jacksonville, Florida green-screened behind them. We go to the lead panelist for the show - Conrad Thompson.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Hey, hey, everybody! It’s Conrad Thompson here with you for the first edition of Inside AEW here on YouTube and IG-TV. Sitting here today I have an esteemed panel, first, our female interview correspondent, Danielle Moinet!

    We go to Danielle as she smiles to the camera and greets the fans.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. We have wrestling legend and one of the best minds in the history of this business, “Dirty” Dutch Mantell!

    Dutch fixes his glasses as he chuckles and thanks Conrad for the praise, and for the fans for having him here.

    CONRAD THOMPSON.And perhaps the most iconic voice in wrestling history, The Great Oklahoman, “Good ‘Ole J.R.” Jim Ross!

    JR tips his hat and thanks “Connie” for the praise, saying that it is great to be able to speak wrestling again to the fans.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, guys, so here’s what we’re gonna do around here… Every show will be starting with the highlights from the past week of AEW, and updating the fans on stats that may be playing into their favorite stars’ matches. So here we go…

    CUT TO - AEW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS TIME MACHINE DEFEAT THE BRISCOES [NON-TITLE]

    DANIELLE MOINET. Well, guys, this match here was a real test of Time Machine’s mettle as a tag team. It was their first formal 2-on-2 tag team contest together, and as the champions they still managed to come in as the underdogs.

    DUTCH MANTELL. I think the problem with The Briscoes right now is that they’re distracted. They’re focusing on wanting to be the NWA Tag Team Champions, when the NWA hasn’t even announced when the vacated titles are gonna be fought for. Instead they took time thinking about that instead of the very real threat of the current AEW Tag Team Champs.

    CONRAD THOMPSON.Now, Jim, chat me up. You’ve seen KUSHIDA a lot with your time commentating for New Japan. What do you think he has that allows him to team up with a veteran like Chris Sabin and click so well?

    JIM ROSS. Well… To be honest with you, Conrad, and I always try to be honest. Imagine that? Someone in wrestling telling the truth! Erm, anyway… With KUSHIDA, he’s an incredible athlete. The kid has everything you want in a guy. He’s a good looking kid, he’s in shape, he can go in the ring. He’s a 5 star talent, and the fact that he was able to find somebody like Chris Sabin to help him hit the ground running in a new country with new fans, and it’s been doing great for them both. Personally, I feel like Chris Sabin could help position KUSHIDA for a shot at the AEW Championship at some point. Maybe I may be in the minority thinking that, but Chris Sabin is getting up there in age, that’s no secret to anybody. You can only go this pace for so long, and you’d have to think in his mind, if he got KUSHIDA a title shot and KUSHIDA could win… Being partners and presumably friends, Sabin would believe KUSHIDA would offer a title shot. Am I crazy?

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, maybe, but I’m not sure if that opinion is why.

    They all chuckle.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Anyway, KUSHIDA and Chris Sabin of Time Machine made only 2 tags during this last contest. This, compared to the other matches so far, is the lowest average, not counting their involvement at Double or Nothing. The Briscoes, however, without counting Double or Nothing, tied for third at 5 tags averaged per match. Any opinions from the panel about either teams going forward or what this means for them?

    DUTCH MANTELL. Well, yeah, I’d say we’ve got some pretty big business that happened after the match to discuss…

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Don’t worry, we have fall out and answers from the aftermath of this contest and we’ll be discussing it later on in the show. Anybody else have something to say about the match or shall we move on?

    BEAT.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright then… Moving on.

    CUT TO - MERCEDES MARTINEZ DEBUT, DEFEATS ASHLEY VOX, FOOTAGE OF REVOLUTION FC ATTEMPTING TO RECRUIT HER

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, chat me up, y’all. Mercedes Martinez, won well over a dozen Women’s titles across the world, what kind of message would it send to AEW Women’s Champion Allysin Kay if this caliber athlete joins the number one contender’s fight camp?

    DUTCH MANTELL. I think it’s a bad idea for Mercedes. She’s a top level fighter, she showed that against Ashley Vox, who’s no slouch in her own right. Vox’s a tough young girl, but Martinez is a near 20 year veteran. She shouldn’t be taking orders from a 24 year old.

    DANIELLE MOINET. With all due respect, Dutch, that’s not really how Revolution FC works though. I’ve seen them in the back. While Jordynne is the leader, they’re relatively treated as equals. Reika Saiki is seen as below Jazzy Gabert and Jordynne Grace, but to them, she's still in "training." If Martinez is treated as a top level star there like she is, then she could use the group to help slingshot her into title contention, in my opinion.

    CUT TO - LOS INGOBERNABLES DEBUT

    JIM ROSS. Now, here’s a team I’m very interesting in. Sombra has been around the world, he’s worked New Japan, CMLL, WWE, and he started a movement with this group that’s popular globally. Rush is the same way, he’s a promising star. These two with a manager like Marti Belle, who seems to know what she’s doing, could make a dangerous threat to the tag team titles in ANY organization, but it’s great for us and the fans that they’re here in AEW.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. It’s worth noting that Rush and La Sombra are both founding members of Los Ingobernables, and they’re said to be in talks of possibly having a friend join up with them. Who that could be remains to be seen, but an impressive debut from the lucha styled team against the bigger opposition.

    CUT TO - MAIN EVENT, LUCHA BROTHERS AND HANGMAN PAGE DEFEAT PAC, JAY LETHAL, AND JEFF COBB

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Now, this has to be major momentum leading to Bash at the Beach for Rey Fenix, right? Chat me up, what’re you guys thinkin’ about what this match says?

    DUTCH MANTELL. Hangman Page, man. He’s obsessed with PAC. He didn’t break his gaze once until he started fighting Jay Lethal at the start of the match. Hangman Page is a kid full of talent and potential, but PAC right now is on another level. I don’t know if there’s another guy in the world that can touch him.

    DANIELLE MOINET. But with Fenix, think of it this way. He comes in, and in America it’s well known that Pentagon Zero tends to be the more well known of the two. People know PAC from his time in WWE and the independent scene, so Rey Fenix is going into the match as the underdog physically and the underdog in public eye. Often times though, the underdog pulling off the upset leads to some of the most iconic moments in sports.

    JIM ROSS. And, Danielle, you really said it best. Rey Fenix has nothing to lose. He’s fighting for his name, for his spot, to prove that he is one of the best wrestlers walking the earth today, and for him to do that he knows he’s gonna have to fight harder than ever before.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Now, Jim, I have a question for you specifically. Having worked with former Olympic athletes in the past, what are your opinions on Jeff Cobb?

    JIM ROSS. Well, Cobb has a bit of an ego. I don’t think that’s necessarily breaking new ground or really unpopular to say, but it’s the truth. Jeff Cobb is a fantastic athlete with an absurd amount of strength. The problem is he lets the fact that he can throw just about any human alive around like a pillow make him believe that the world revolves around him.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Yeah, Jeff’s impressive, but the way he treats people backstage is a bit of a problem. He’s not well liked.

    JIM ROSS. Well, most wrestlers who got to the top of the business weren’t exactly, “well liked” by the boys backstage.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Roll tide on that. Now, we’re gonna take a break here, but fans don’t go anywhere, we’re sending you to our first wrestler profile of the episode. So enjoy, our wrestler profile on Maxwell Jacob Friedman - MJF!

    FADE OUT.

    0:06
    FADE ON.

    EXT. TIME SQUARE - NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK

    We see a man with short brunette hair walking down the street in a jacket, jeans, and wearing a burberry scarf. He walks by someone drinking their coffee on their phone. The man takes out a tissue, blows his nose, and puts the tissue in the person’s coffee. The unsuspecting victim of this caffeine assault yells out in anger, but the man keeps walking with no problems.

    VOICEOVER. My name, is Maxwell Jacob Friedman, but many know me simply as MJF.

    FLASH ON - HIGHLIGHTS OF MJF WRESTLING (Footage Courtesy of CZW, GCW, and Beyond)

    Maxwell Jacob Friedman
    Style - Grappler
    Age - 23
    Height - 5'11"
    Weight - 216 Lbs.
    Fighting Out Of - New York, New York, USA
    4 Years Experience
    Finishing Move(s):
    Swanton Bomb, South Hamptons Plunge (Hammerlock DDT)

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN.
    I am the future of the professional wrestling business, and I don’t care what you fat assholes and scumbag wannabees have to say about it.

    FLASH CUT

    EXT. NEW YORK CITY

    MJF keeps walking down the street. A young woman walks by him with a chocolate labrador on a leash. The person stops to talk to MJF, who looks furious for them even looking his way.

    WOMAN. Excuse me, I just need to run into this store real fast to use the bathroom. Could you watch my dog?

    MJF rolls his eyes before checking his watch.

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN. Whatever, lady, hurry up. I don’t have all day to waste.

    She thanks him and hands over the leash, rushing into the store. MJF looks into the windows, waiting until the woman is out of sight. He looks down at the dog with disdain.

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN. Nasty fuckin' mutt. I bet you have all kinds of diseases...

    The dog starts barking at a cyclist driving by, trying to run from MJF. Friedman cracks a smirk, looking around to make sure nobody can see him - Before letting go of the leash!

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN. (Smiling ear to ear) Hope you get hit by a car, you walking shit bag.

    MJF flips off the store the woman walked into before he keeps walking down the street.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC

    MJF
    "The Salt of The Earth"

    Appearing This Tuesday Night on Dynamite!

    FADE OUT.

    0:08
    FADE IN

    INT. INSIDE AEW SET

    We see the panel, as a green screen behind them turns to a graphic reading, “#1 CONTENDERSHIP MATCH - “THE PRIDE OF THE WEST” SOCAL UNCENSORED vs. BEST FRIENDS

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, lady and gentlemen, our first match preview for tomorrow night on Dynamite TV, we have seen announcements of the match you see before us, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky of SoCal Uncensored going against the Best Friends, Beretta and Chuck Taylor. The winning team goes on to face the champions Time Machine at Bash at the Beach. Who do you guys got in this match and why?

    DUTCH MANTELL. Well, at first glance you look at SCU making their presence felt against Time Machine last week, and now they have a chance to earn the title shot that they wanted. I don’t know if you know this, Conrad, but Time Machine had the choice to pick whoever they wanted to face SCU in this contest and they chose the Best Friends. You can determine from that what you will, but to me it says that Best Friends are a tag team to watch that the champions see as a threat.

    DANIELLE MOINET. See, here’s my idea with this match. SCU have the X-Factor that is Christopher Daniels at ringside. He’s injured, yeah, but he’s one of the most experienced wrestlers in this entire company. Daniels knows how to get the job done with a goal in mind, and injury or no injury I have to think that him being at ringside is going to be an Ace in the Hole for Kaz and Sky.

    DUTCH MANTELL. You say that, but I’ve worked with Beretta for years, I’ve seen him grow from a kid with a lot of heart into a defined, talented heavyweight. And Chuck Taylor is no slouch either. The kid almost retired because he wasn’t getting looks from major companies only what? 3, maybe 4 years ago? Since then he’s competed across the world and landed himself here in AEW. The Best Friends are never truly out of a match in my opinion.

    JIM ROSS. I think the important part here is the Tag Team champions being the ones to choose Best Friends for the match. Best Friends have yet to win a match here in AEW. I think that Time Machine have chosen a team they feel won’t win so they can get their hands on SoCal -

    DANIELLE MOINET. But would Time Machine do that? KUSHIDA and Chris Sabin both are very proud and want to make the Tag Team Championships the premiere titles here in AEW…

    CONRAD THOMPSON. I don’t think they DID do that, but it’s not out of the realm of possibility that they even thought of it, if not just subconsciously. I mean, hell, if you get jumped, are you gonna worry about picking the best competitors for the job, or are you gonna choose somebody who can get you to fight for your revenge as soon as possible?

    DUTCH MANTELL. Personally, I think Best Friends would be the first Tag Team Champions if they had the opportunity to be in the match. If they’re the underdogs, then I’d be getting ready to make a fortune off this match. If I were a better man, of course.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Now, what’s important to note is that out of the last 20 trios matches that SCU have had, 40% of those matches have ended with Scorpio Sky taking the pin. On the other side, Christopher Daniels got the pin in 55% of the matches they won. Chat me up, guys, what does it say that we have Sky and Kazarian teaming up, when they’re perhaps the least experienced duo of SoCal Uncensored?

    DUTCH MANTELL. People make the mistake of saying Tag Team chemistry is something you can’t teach. I’ve heard time and again that you can feel when a team is gonna be successful from the start of their run. I disagree, training is one of the most overlooked but most important part of wrestling. I don’t mean weight lifting or getting your cardio set, I mean in a ring, making sure you’re always evolving. I think Sky and Kaz have that.

    JIM ROSS. They’ve only been teaming for a handful of years at this point, while Kaz and Daniels have teamed for what? A decade? Probably around that, right? To say that Scorpio and Frankie are at a disadvantage teaming I can see where you come from, but I think the third man makes that difference.

    DANIELLE MOINET. We’ve already seen that Daniels isn’t afraid to get involved despite his injury. Who’s to say this match will be any different?

    BEAT.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, so any final thoughts on this huge Tag Team Championship #1 Contender’s Match?

    DUTCH MANTELL. Yes, actually. This is more to the fans specifically and to SCU, should they be watching. Don’t let the funny Twitter personas and the hugging fool you. Chuck Taylor and Beretta are both masters in terms of planning ahead in matches. They know how to get their opponents in a rhythm and slip in a roll up to get the win. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if this was the case.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Roll Tide on that. Now, we’re gonna switch gears and talk some of your favorite stuff, Jim. We’re talkin’ Rumor and Innuendo!

    FADE ON GRAPHIC - “RUMOR & INNUENDO”

    FADE OUT.

    0:13
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    CUT TO HIGHLIGHTS - “ULTRAVIOLENCE IS COMING” VTR SERIES

    FADE OUT

    FADE IN

    INT. INSIDE AEW SET

    CONRAD THOMPSON. So, guys - We gotta lot to unpack here? Whoever’s got something to say, what can you see from this?

    JIM ROSS. Now, this is gonna be a little inside baseball… I don’t wanna get in trouble for this, but the show’s called Inside AEW, right, Connie? *chuckles then clears his throat* But, as a part of my job I help clear things that need to go through to our legal and accounting teams. This match wasn’t made just because Joey Janela wanted it, contrary to popular belief. There was a talent who, when working through deals of his contract, was ADAMANT about wanting All Elite Wrestling to sanction Death Matches. The names in the copies I received were redacted, but I can tell you this specific match was already requested, with Janela mentioned by name. Joey wanting a death match as well was a case of everybody being on the same page without opening the book.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, alright then. That really opens things up a bit. From what we’ve seen in these passed few videos is an array of weapons that have become death match stables. One thing that seems interesting to me is the leather jacket and cigarettes during the most recent video. Does that ring any bells for you guys?

    DUTCH MANTELL. Well, the smoking thing became a big wrestling thing among hardcore wrestlers in the 90’s. In America Sandman was the smoker, in Japan it was Onita. It made them known that they were the toughest S.O.B.s in the building. Janela himself is a huge fan of Onita and does the smoking thing in matches. I think if anything, this is someone calling Janela out.

    DANIELLE MOINET. I mean, people are saying they think it’s somebody from Joey Janela’s past but I’m not sure who fits that bill. The fact they requested this match specifically adds to that, because why would somebody who doesn’t know him demand this? I’m at a loss, honestly.

    JIM ROSS. And, the thing is, Janela has a bit of a reputation built for himself. When we scouted him, we were watching a lot of shows from Death Match leagues. We got one of our more promising guys, Shane Mercer, from one of those shows too. There’s a lot of guys who could see Janela rising out of those leagues to come to AEW as him thinking he was, quote unquote “better” or “above” those shows. I know that not to be true, Joey just loves the business. I mean he’s going to be continuing his self ran shows, but now with AEW’s funding, to a reasonable extent, for Pete’s sake.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. I don’t know much about death match wrestling to be honest, I mean hell, I’m just some mortgage guy from Alabama. But what I’ve heard anytime I’ve talked to one of them is that respect is the biggest factor in what they do. Respect from the fans, respect from their opponents, and respect from their mentors. Deathmatch wrestlers, from what I know, respect is almost as important as winning.

    DUTCH MANTELL. All I know is this, I hope we have some time after this match to get it cleaned up. With Joey Janela being the crazy man he is, without a hint of self preservation in his bones, of his opponent has the aura of violence that they seem to be trying to put out, this is going to leave a very unsafe ring for people to wrestle in.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Now, I haven’t seen many death matches, from any era. What are some things that are typical?

    DUTCH MANTELL. Well back in the old days, it was bloody wars, sometimes through the crowds. Usually they had some barbed wire, and sometimes explosions. Through the past few decades, they’ve become almost a sick game of who can do the grossest stuff. You’ve got people sticking wooden spikes into peoples skulls. You’ve got people getting suplexes onto piles of legos and thumbtacks. Hell I’ve seen a guy take an electric carving knife to the head. All to make a name for themselves. It’s brutal, and this match won’t be for the faint of heart.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well fans we’re gonna be moving onto our next topic here. Another match that has been announced for Dynamite is the debut of one star, and the continuation of a journey for another.

    SEGMENT END.

    0:16
    SEGMENT BEGIN

    INT. INSIDE AEW SET

    We see the panel, as a green screen behind them turns to a graphic reading, “ONE ON ONE - “KILLER QUEEN BEE” MADISON RAYNE vs. “THE MAN” BECKY KNOX

    CONRAD THOMPSON.Now, this match is big for both wrestlers. Madison Rayne is looking to make a splash in a new company, as a veteran in an industry full of rising young talent. Becky Knox, however, is going to look to keep trekking on in her path to a title match. Chat me up, what jumps out about you at this match.

    JIM ROSS. Well, no disrespect meant to Madison Rayne, but to me this looks like Becky is just getting the chance to make a statement this week. I mean, look at it frankly. Allysin Kay, our Women’s Champion, is back from a tour of Japan. And the champion will be in action as well. So Becky Knox, who has the fastest win in AEW history by the way, is going to get her shot to make a statement to the champion, albeit at the expense of a talented wrestler in Madison.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Jim, I find that really disrespectful to be honest. I know it may not mean to be, but I think you’re letting the fact that you’re a big fan of Knox cloud your view on the facts of this match. Madison Rayne has been wrestling for nearly 15 years. Rayne has 3 Tag Team Championships and 7 Women’s Championships under her belt over her career. Becky Knox, who has wrestled since 2002, has 4 Women’s Titles. Madison Rayne has far more of a chance to win this than nearly anybody I’ve seen since the match being announced has given her credit for.

    DUTCH MANTELL. Now, Dani, I hear ya. Madison is a worthy opponent you’re correct, but I think your friendship is clouding YOUR eyes. Becky had a 7-8 year period where she was retired before returning to wrestling and bursting into the megastar that she is right now. Knox has caught lightning in a bottle right now, and if she wants to keep up the upward motion, this is must win for her.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. It’s must win for both women, theoretically. Becky has this momentum and that’s undeniable, but Madison Rayne here is out on a limb similar to somebody like Victoria Varon. Rayne is an accomplished star, but this is AEW. Rayne has to hit the ground running and pick up wins to get into title contention. You’re right, Jim, that Becky has the fastest win in AEW history, and that plays a big factor because explosiveness is a big part of Becky’s game. What’s it gonna take for Madison to pull out the win against someone just as hungry, but younger and more supported by the fans?

    DANIELLE MOINET. Madison is used to situations where the fans hate her. She only started getting respected in the latter half of her career. I think Madison excels when she slows down the action. She has moves in her arsenal like her Spear and she’s been working on trying to get into a better ground game as she gets older. She’s gonna need to stop Becky in her tracks before Knox can get going, or it’s gonna be a quick one.

    JIM ROSS. And the thing with that is, usually you can get an idea of who a match will favor during the Bout based on how long it lasts. For example, The Young Bucks last 5 matches where they went over 20 minutes they went 4-1. Typically Young Bucks excel in long matches. With Becky Knox and Madison Rayne, their styles lead to a situation where anybody can win at any time. Knox’s explosiveness can lead to a rally at anytime, especially with the extent the fans get behind her and fire her up. But Madison Rayne slowing things down and working on her submission work can lead to Knox getting caught if she overlooks a weakness of her own. This match could go either way, truly.

    DUTCH MANTELL. Submissions aren’t Becky’s weakness either, though. Her finish is an armbar for Gagne’s Sake! I mean, Becky Knox has an offense that doesn’t seem to have an holes in it right now. What she lacks in speed and agility she makes up for in knockout power. She can keep up with anybody I’ve seen her go against while grappling, she does her homework, Becky Knox may be better now than Madison Rayne has been in her career, and I don’t mean that as a way to diminish Madison in anyway. I just feel as though Becky has ascended that much up above than anybody thought she’d be able to.

    DANIELLE MOINET. I mean, I can say this. Becky Knox has been hanging her hat on proving people wrong. Now? Everybody believes she has no chance of losing this match. For her sake, let’s hope she doesn’t prove them wrong

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, we’re gonna move on for a second to explain a situation with an All Elite Wrestling talent.

    SEGMENT END.

    0:21
    SEGMENT BEGIN.

    INT. INSIDE AEW SET

    We see the panel, as a green screen behind them turns to a red headed man in a Canadian Tuxedo. Hands in his jean pockets, with a jean jacket, aviators, and a shirt that pictures himself (wearing the shirt he’s currently wearing), ladies and gentlemen it’s none other than “Freshly Squeezed” Orange Cassidy!

    DANIELLE MOINET. I’ll take this one, Conrad, I know you’re still heated about this guy.

    Conrad takes a sip of his drink and shakes his head as Danielle goes on.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Now, fans may remember Orange Cassidy’s “introduction” interview that he had with Conrad. We were supposed to be seeing vignettes for his debut, and whatever he wished for the public to see about his “journey.” Now, Orange Cassidy has not given us any more material for us to show, and the interview didn’t exactly have enough content to warrant being shown twice. For anybody wondering where Orange Cassidy has been, to be frank, he just hasn’t bothered to submit his vignettes. We hope he’ll get around to it soon and we’ll update you when we can.

    Danielle smiles and moves through her notes as Conrad Thompson looks visibly irritated as he moves on.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, well fans, we have another Roster Profile here for you before we preview the upcoming Dynamite’s Main Event. This video package profiles the stable Villain Enterprises, a group that has been terrorizing the lives of The Rhodes Family since Double or Nothing.

    FADE OUT.

    0:22
    FADE IN.

    INT. DARK ROOM, LOCATION UNKNOWN

    We come up in a dark room, small lights along the ceiling give a dimmed view of a large room, that looks to be full of training equipment. The camera pans to the side and we see a large flag plastered on the wall, reading VILLAIN ENTERPRISES. The camera moves through the room, going to the back corner as eerie music plays. Suddenly, a door opens in front of the camera, and out walks a 6’5” man with long, dark hair. The man cracks a smile and welcomes the camera in with a wave. He walks back, and reveals the back of his shirt reads KING - This is Brody King! Covered in tattoos, Brody King walks the camera man into a room where we hear yelling. The yell seems like a combination of pain and resistance, but Brody King seems unbothered. He leads the camera man to a glass pane that looks into a room that holds two other men. One of the men was wiry and looked almost textbook mad scientist. The other, was stocky and appeared to be in pain. He was the one yelling. Brody tilted his head and spoke almost braggingly.

    BRODY KING. You want some formal introductions of Villain Enterprises? The man there in the skinny man over there is Destro. He’s the mastermind behind the beast you see before you. See, PCO isn’t human. He’s an absolute fighting machine that Destro is constantly working to improve.

    The stocky man, now known to be PCO, stops yelling, as Destro removes a contraption from PCO’s right arm.

    DESTRO. Now, to test the results.

    Destro pulls out a wooden baseball bat, sticking it in a holster that holds it elevated horizontally. PCO goes to strike it, but Destro stops him.

    DESTRO. First… An important element…

    Destro rummages through a bag and pulls out… An aerosol can and a lighter? Destro sprays the arm of PCO with the aerosol can.

    BRODY KING. (Laughing under his breath. To camera man.) Watch this fucking mad lad right here.

    Destroy uses the lighter, LIGHTING THE ARM OF PCO ON FIRE?!?!

    PCO ELBOWS THE BAT IN HALF!

    PCO lets out a battle roar as Destro laughs maniacally in the corner. Brody leads the camera man down the hall, and we see a big door with a name placard across it reading simply, “THE VILLAIN” with a golden umbrella underneath. The camera man steps in that direction, but Brody stops him.

    BRODY KING. He will speak when he’s ready. Come.

    Brody leads him into a large lobby type room. The walls are dark, with a roaring fireplace crackling. We see taxidermied crows on the mantle, positioned flying through the arena. Brody King sits on a black leather sofa, his back to the fire, resting his hands on the glass coffee table. The camera man sits facing him, and we see a dark twinkle in the eyes of Brody King as the flame moves on either side of him.

    BRODY KING. When it comes to Villain Enterprises, the populace is on a need to know basis. And many people simply don’t need to know anything about us… Other than this. Villain Enterprises is an international organization of destruction and desolation. We do not care who we need to step on or through in order to fulfill our goals, and we will put down any who try to interfere with us doing so. Myself, PCO, and Marty… We are the known trio of an army of dealers in violence. We speak a very simple language; pain. We are a group that are looking for nothing less than domination of this industry, and All Elite Wrestling management will fully regret giving us contracts and the ability to do so.

    A devilish grin grows across his face. Brody King waves his hand at the door.

    BRODY KING. Now, I’ve done my bit. I’ve explained ourselves. You can leave on your own power, or I can call Destro and have him bring PCO to escort you.

    We hear another yell in the distance, followed by frantic screaming mixed with laughter coming from Destro. The camera man get up and rushes for the door as we hear Brody King chuckling to himself.

    FADE OUT.

    0:25
    FADE IN.

    INT. INSIDE AEW SET

    We see the panel, as a green screen behind them turns to a graphic reading, “MAIN EVENT - “THE VILLAIN” MARTY SCURLL vs. “THE GOLDEN STAR” KOTA IBUSHI”

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, y’all. Big, BIG match here for both gentlemen. On one side, we have the one on one debut of Kota Ibushi on Dynamite who is coming off of a singles loss to Chris Jericho at Double or Nothing. On the other stands the man responsible for chaos plaguing All Elite Wrestling stepping into singles competition for the first time, “The Villain” Marty Scurll. Now, chat me up, this is a big match with very big implications towards the AEW title one has to imagine, no?

    DUTCH MANTELL. This match is going to be important for an immeasurable amount of reasons. Ibushi is one of the best high fliers I’ve seen in my entire life, and the kid is a world class talent both tagging with Kenny Omega and as a singles talent.

    JIM ROSS. And I want to make a point real quick about Kota Ibushi. He can get lumped in as Kenny Omega’s partner because of Omega lighting the wrestling world on fire, but let’s not discount Kota Ibushi himself. He’s held more than his fair share of his championships, and he’s traveled around the world proving himself not just as a great utility guy, but he’s a huge star in Japan. Ibushi is a bonafide main event caliber talent, with or without Omega, in my personal opinion.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, Jim, I think we all agree with you here, which is why it’s even crazier to me that Kota Ibushi is likely the underdog going into this, right? Realistically he has to be at this point.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Well, looking at tangible facts, Marty Scurll’s style as a whole seems like it’s made to counter the aerial offense and striking game where Kota thrives. Marty Scurll, even though he hasn’t competed in a singles match in months, has a style that grounds the opponent and picks apart their game slowly. 82% of singles wins Marty Scurll has since 2015 have been by submission, with 80% of THOSE wins coming specifically from the Crossface Chickenwing. What does Kota Ibushi have in his arsenal to go against the submission game?

    DUTCH MANTELL. Well, just like we talked about with Becky Knox, Kota is a very explosive star. He can change the pace of a match in the blink of an eye and if he can find an opening in Marty, or if Marty gets a bit cocky, Kota can easily knock Marty into a style that is better for The Golden Star. The other thing that Ibushi has is fearlessness. Marty Scurll has been spending his time trying to toy with Cody Rhodes and send a message with violence and mind games, while Kota Ibushi has taken punishment, both from Marty and Chris Jericho. Ibushi has had a lot of pent-up aggression that he’s going to get the chance to let out and I think that could be dangerous for Marty Scurll.

    CONRAD THOMPSON.Roll tide on that, as we’ve seen Kota Ibushi go 1-1 so far in AEW, with a singles loss against Jericho at Double or Nothing, as well as a tag team victory over Villain Enterprises. If Marty Scurll is able to get revenge for his stable, throwing a talent to the level of Kota Ibushi into the red in terms of win-loss record would be a big coup for the advancement of Marty Scurll.

    DANIELLE MOINET. And like we’ve talked about, with Marty spending so much of his time trying to toy with Cody Rhodes, who’s to say that Cody won’t be looking to get his revenge in this match?

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, we’ve heard from AEW management that interference that causes a match to end is going to have a hefty fine attached to it, to try and avoid the in-ring action getting interrupted…

    JIM ROSS. With all due respect, Conrad, I’ve known Cody Rhodes for his entire life. If Cody feels like he’s been disrespected, wronged, or been acted out against without reason, Cody turns a bit sadistic. We’ve seen it before, but Cody does everything in his power to get even, and he’s shown before that he could be greatly dangerous for the well-being, both physically and mentally, of somebody who crosses him.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Honestly, who’s to say that Marty isn’t distracted by his attempts to screw with Cody’s head? He hinted on Twitter that the package Cody Rhodes mentioned getting sent to his house was sent from Villain Enterprises. Kota Ibushi isn’t somebody you want to overlook.

    DUTCH MANTELL. Well, no, he really isn’t. We’re talking about a guy who was banned from a building for years because he did a moonsault off a balcony something like 15-20 feet high. Kota excels at causing damage in spectacular ways, something that I think is gonna be a real interesting matchup against somebody as calculated as Marty Scurll can be.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Now, Marty Scurll at All In went 25 minutes plus with one of the best in the world in Kazuchika Okada. Kota Ibushi is no stranger to long battles, so what do y’all think do we have a chance of seeing a time limit here?

    JIM ROSS. Well, as the main event it adds 5 minutes than they’d have otherwise on the card, but still. Kota has experience working with the 20 minute time limit, but Marty doesn’t. Marty Scurll has a lot of tangible advantages in terms of strategy and proficiency in his craft, and yet Kota Ibushi, who seems physically his equal, has a lot of intangibles behind him that I’m not sure Scurll does.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Care to elaborate, Jim?

    JIM ROSS. Nah.

    BEAT.

    JIM ROSS. I’m just playin’ with ya, Connie, relax.

    They all chuckle as JR moves on.

    JIM ROSS. Kota Ibushi has experience working with this time limit. Does that translate to a tangible stat? Not really, but I feel like it gives him an edge for winning that Marty Scurll doesn’t have. Kota has been working matches on-screen and off screen at least once a week all of June, so he stays fresh compared to a Marty Scurll situation where yes he may be training, but he hasn’t seen legitimate in-ring competition since May. Ibushi has a clear mind, and the experience in this specific situation that Marty Scurll doesn’t have; he has these intangibles that can’t be measured as giving him the advantage, while we can measure what Marty Scurll has that can help him. It makes me think we may see Kota win in what some may consider an upset.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Honestly, with these two men, I don’t think there IS an upset out of these two - It’s just gonna be which proving their better bell to bell.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Roll Tide on that! Well, fans, that’s all the time we have! Thank you for joining us for the inaugural episode of Inside AEW! We’ll be back here next week, same time and same place! Be sure to subscribe to the All Elite Wrestling YouTube Channel and hit the bell to get notifications whenever new episodes go live. For Dutch Mantell, Danielle Moinet, and Jim Ross, this is Conrad Thompson saying thank you and have a good night!

    FADE ON - NEVER GIVE UP BY NEFFEX

    FADE ON CREDITS

    We see the panel laughing and talking to each other as the credits roll, but we don’t get their audio.

    FADE OUT

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    Phenomenal booking man! I'm absolutely riveted, when is the next post coming? I'm so excited!

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    All Elite Wrestling Tuesday Night Dynamite on TNT EP#005


    All Elite Wrestling Presents:
    Tuesday Night Dynamite LIVE on TNT
    The Palestra (8,725 Capacity) In Philadelphia, PA
    Blow-By-Blow: Michael Schiavello
    Color Analyst: Sarah Shockey
    July 2nd, 2019

    Dark Matches:
    Meiko Satomura defeats Tsukasa Fujimoto in 11:03 via Scorpio Rising.
    VENOM [Maho Kurone and Priscilla Kelly] defeat The Sea Stars in 8:00 via Ouroboros.
    Jay Lethal defeats Austin Gunn in 5:01 via Lethal Injection.
    Cody Rhodes defeats David Starr in 9:31 via Cross Rhodes.
    The Briscoes defeat MexaBlood in 11:49 via Springboard Doomsday.
    The Young Bucks defeat Andrew Everett and Trevor Lee in 16:33 via Meltzer Driver

    COLD OPEN

    FADE ON DISCLAIMER.

    THE FOLLOWING CONTENT MAY SHOW ADULT THEMES AS WELL AS EXCESSIVE VIOLENCE. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

    FADE OFF DISCLAIMER.

    FADE ON LOGO.


    “ALL ELITE WRESTLING: A GLOBAL REVOLUTION”

    FADE OUT LOGO.

    10:30
    FADE IN.


    NARRATOR. Previously on Tuesday Night Dynamite…

    FLASH ON - HIGHLIGHTS OF PAST DYNAMITE EPISODES

    FADE IN - “HIGHLANDER (THE ONE)” BY LOST HORIZONS (STARTED AT 10:25)

    The crowd nearly blows the roof off the place, as one of the most popular figures in wrestling today steps onto the stage - Becky Knox is here at Dynamite! The crowd breaks out into Becky chants, as The Man begins her march down the ramp. Wearing black jeans and her signature, fanmade, leather jacket, The Man requests a microphone. Before she can speak, the crowd starts VERY loud, “WEL-COME BECK-Y!” chants. Knox waves her hand down, motioning for the crowd to quiet down for her to speak. They do and she lifts the mic up.

    BECKY KNOX. Well, Mr. Barrett! Pardon the interruption, but allow me to introduce myself. I am Becky Knox. I am The Man. And I want to make one thing clear from the start. I want the All Elite Wrestling Women’s Championship.

    Stu Barrett goes to respond - But Becky Knox puts her hand over his microphone. Barrett looks a combination of confused and angry at this, motioning for Becky to get on with it.

    BECKY KNOX. I’m gonna save you the breath, because I know what you’re about to say. You’re gonna tell me that I need to prove myself and get in line with the rest of the women on this roster.

    Barrett looks impressed and nods, the crowd gives a mixed response as Becky goes on.

    BECKY KNOX. I’m gonna make this real easy for you, Stu. I don’t pretend to be royalty, I don’t pretend to deserve something for what I did elsewhere. I earned my spot to even be standing here and talking to you right now. I’ve earned everything in my career, no matter who told me I couldn’t break the ceiling. I’m here to do just that; break every glass ceiling and show the world what the best wrestler on the planet - male or female - can really do. I am THE MAN Becky Balboa, I will knock down whoever you put in front of me, just so long as you give your word that I’m not wasting my time and I will get what I deserve.

    FLASH CUT TO BECKY KNOX WINS AGAINST TENILLE DASHWOOD


    BECKY KNOX.
    I said that I would step into this ring time and time again, and prove that I deserve a shot at the Women’s Championship. Next week, there’s a number one contender’s match that I’m not involved in.

    BOOS.

    BECKY KNOX. Whoever wins that match. Whether you win the title, whether Allysin Kay stays champion at Bash At The Beach, none of that changes the fact that whoever has that title is just keeping it warm for THE MAN, BECKY BALBOA!

    FADE ON GRAPHIC - TONIGHT, BECKY KNOX VS. MADISON RAYNE

    FADE OUT

    FADE IN - THE DOPE SHOW BY MARILYN MANSON

    We see footage courtesy of STARDOM, as All Elite Wrestling Women’s Champion, Allysin Kay had previously competed on three shows for them. We see footage of Allysin Kay in all three matches (Teaming with Tokyo Cyber Squad members Hana Kimura and Jungle Kyona against Oedo Tai, fighting HAZUKI and fighting Tam Nakano in singles matches) as the champion’s theme song plays. Text graphics intercut between in-ring footage.

    THE BEST WOMAN ALIVE

    AK-47 nails brutal chops to members of Oedo Tai.

    A PREMIERE FIGHTER

    We see Kay with swift striking combinations, before seeing her tie up HAZUKI in an Omoplata.

    THE CLASSIEST WRESTLER ON THE PLANET

    We see the champion standing over Tam Nakano, a foot on the opponent’s head as Allysin Kay held the AEW Women’s Championship high above her head.

    GRAPHIC FADE ON.

    ALL ELITE WRESTLING WOMEN’S CHAMPION
    ALLYSIN KAY

    IN ACTION NEXT TONIGHT!

    FADE OUT

    FADE IN - GOLDEN LOVERS DEFEAT VILLAIN ENTERPRISES

    WINNERS!
    Golden Lovers (Pinfall w/ Golden Trigger in 19:04).


    WINNING GRAPHIC FADE ON/FADE OFF.

    Kenny and Kota embrace in the ring, as Marty Scurll looks frustrated on the outside. Kenny Omega requests a microphone, looking to talk to the fans before the show goes off the air -

    CRACK!

    The camera zooms out - IT’S CHRIS JERICHO WITH A PLASTIC FOLDING CHAIR! Jericho nailed Omega between the shoulder blades, and as Kota Ibushi turns around - CHAIR TO THE FACE!

    Chris Jericho looks down on Golden Lovers, as the crowd voices their displeasure. Kenny Omega grabs at the boot of Jericho, trying to get to his feet with a look of pure rage on his face. As Omega struggles, Jericho starts to laugh, paint brushing Omega. Jericho grabs Kenny by the legs, looking to lock him into the Walls of Jericho, but Kota Ibushi grabs at Jericho, clearly unsure of where he is right now!

    WHAM!

    Brody King and PCO dive on Kota Ibushi, sending right hands into The Golden Star now! The ring bell continues to ring, trying to get these men to stop as the match is already over! Jericho locks Kenny Omega in the Walls of Jericho, as PCO and Brody King continue to beat down on Kota Ibushi! Marty Scurll slowly climbs into the ring, watching keenly as the assault continues. The crowd comes alive, as we see motion on the entrance way -

    IT’S CODY RHODES!

    Rhodes, in a three piece baby blue suit, slides into the ring with a chair! CHAIR SHOT TO PCO! CHAIR SHOT TO BRODY KING! Cody Rhodes has come alive here, exacting revenge on Villain Enterprises! Marty Scurll backs into the corner, for the first time a look of fear crosses over his face. Cody Rhodes steps back, looking at Marty as the fans cheer him on. Cody Rhodes points the chair at Marty Scurll slowly, as Scurll puts his hands up for a moment, trying not to make any sudden moves. Cody slowly starts stepping towards Marty Scurll -

    WHAM!

    Chris Jericho just blasted him from behind! Jericho stands over Cody Rhodes, who is grabbing at the back of his head in pain from that shot. Marty Scurll looks to Jericho in shock, before smiling. Marty leans forward, offering his hand to The Alpha. Jericho ignores Marty entirely, walking out of the ring. Cody Rhodes is back on all fours, as Marty Scurll stares him down.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Not again, please! We’ve seen the brutality that Marty Scurll is capable of on Cody Rhodes before!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Where are the Young Bucks?! Hangman got attacked earlier tonight, but somebody has to come down here to help out their friend! Nick, Matt, Brandi, anybody please help!

    The calls go unanswered, however, as nobody is coming out to save Cody Rhodes this time. Marty Scurll grabs his umbrella, looking to do the same thing he has done to Cody Rhodes already, as PCO and Brody King each grab a head. As Marty hauls back his umbrella, looking for the death blow -

    V-TRIGGER!

    OMEGA OUT OF DESPERATION! MARTY FALLS OUT OF THE RING!PCO catches a roundhouse head kick from Ibushi! PCO stumbles out of the ring, as Brody King makes his exit as well. The Golden Lovers stand tall in the ring, as Villain Enterprises looks to regroup on the outside. They help Cody Rhodes to his feet, as all three men dare Villain Enterprises to get in the ring.

    TONIGHT - THE MAIN EVENT - KOTA IBUSHI vs. MARTY SCURLL!

    FADE OUT.

    FADE IN OPENING VIDEO - NEW ERA BY KNOX HILL



    FADE OFF OPENING VIDEO

    10:35
    FADE IN

    PYRO BALLYHOO

    INT. THE PALESTRA, COMMENTATION STATION

    NAME GRAPHICS FADE ON/FADE OFF

    We see the bright eyes of our commentary team, as we see The Aussie Voice of AEW, Michael Schiavello, in a suit and tie with a smile on his face. To his side, we see the bubbly brunette of the broadcast booth, “Marty & Sarah Love Wrestling” podcast host, Sarah Shockey!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Good evening, wrestling fans! Thank you for welcoming All Elite Wrestling into your homes, my name is Michael Schiavello and I will be your lead blow-by-blow analyst for the evening! And to my left -

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Hey, buddies! Sarah Shockey here on color, ready to give you in depth analysis on the wrestlers from someone who knows them personally!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. And tonight, we have a stacked show for you as we have Becky Knox appearing in-ring against veteran Madison Rayne, we will have a match to decide the next challengers for the Tag Team Championships, and in the main event we will see the AEW in-ring debut of “The VIllain” Marty Scurll as he goes head to head with “The Golden Star” Kota -

    FADE ON - FAME BY DAVID BOWIE

    FADE TO ENTRANCE WAY

    The crowd turns to boos as we see the entrance of Eli Drake, wearing a brown leather jacket and jeans, flanked by a suit and Burberry scarf adorned Maxwell Jacob Friedman. The duo walk down the ramp, as MJF talks trash and tries to start fights with fans in the in the front row. Both men get into the ring, as MJF angrily snatches the microphone out of the hands of ring announcer Gavin Louden. He passes the mic up to Drake as MJF enter the ring himself.

    ELI DRAKE. Lemme talk to ya!

    HEAT.

    ELI DRAKE. So all of those chumps and pansies in the back wanna talk about how All Elite Wrestling is changing the world huh?

    CROWD. (A few scattered) What?

    ELI DRAKE. I said, everybody in the back wants to talk about AEW morphing the game!

    CROWD. (Building more) What?!

    ELI DRAKE. This company is changing the business!

    CROWD. WHAT?!

    ELI DRAKE. Remodeling the industry!

    CROWD. WHAT?!

    ELI DRAKE. And Philadelphia is full of dumbasses who’d rather yell nonsense than listen to a real man speak!

    CROWD. WHA- BOOOOO!

    Eli and MJF laugh to themselves, with Friedman looking like he may burst a vein with how funny he found that.

    ELI DRAKE. People around here think that we’re making new ground here, but they’re missing two key components to a world class wrestling promotion, MJF, Maxwell Jacob Friedman, and The Perpetual Motion Machine of Badassery, *points out each syllable in the air* E - LI DRAKE!

    CROWD. SUCKS!

    Drake looks pissed at the crowd, when MJF swipes the microphone away.

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN. Now listen up all of you poor, filthy, bottom feeding pieces of scum! We’re here to bring BACK wrestling to its heyday! When the Ric Flairs walk into the arena you knew the best was gonna happen, but it’s time to kick off that geezer’s life support and give time to the true stars of this business!

    HEAT.

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN. Oh what?! I strike a cord? What happening to this pathetic city?! *HEAT* Huh?! You people brought us ECW! You were the embodiment of what wrestling saw as “outlaw” and now what do we have? Either a bunch of crack heads and gang members down one street, hipsters and dealers down the other, and you’re still getting offended by what I say?! You should be offended by the sorry excuses for people you are! Because we ARE BETTER THAN YOU! And you know it!

    HEAT.

    Drake takes the mic back, as MJF laughs in the face of the growingly rowdy crowd. MJF feigns crying before flipping off parts of the crowd.

    ELI DRAKE. All I ever hear about when I come to Philly is that ECW *spits* GARBAGE!

    HEAT.

    ELI DRAKE. Yeah, boo me dummies -

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN. Yeah!

    ELI DRAKE. Yeah! Boo me! Because you’re all stuck in the past. Hardcore wrestling? It’s garbage!

    HEAT.

    ELI DRAKE. It should’ve been left in the 90’s with other garbage like Justin Timberlake and men with long hair. You people like to believe that your way is the best way because Philadelphia was the birthplace of the worst style of wrestling there is. The style that makes people think that they can be a wrestler because they know how to swing a chair or a stupid cane. That’s the real reason companies only do their stupid hardcore matches when they come here! It’s the reason that they pump one last breath into the carcass of the garbage bingo hall company by bringing out all the geezers that were okay with being mutilated for 8 bucks and a hotdog!

    HEAT.

    ELI DRAKE. Us?! We’re real talent, we’re real movers and shakers, and we’re what wrestling is sorely missing nowadays. Because when all is said and done, hardcore wrestling will die if we have to kill it with our bare hands! AND THAT! Is just a fact -

    FADE ON - ENTER SANDMAN BY METALLICA

    The crowd comes unglued in cheers! A single spotlight goes to the upper decks - AND THERE HE IS! The Sandman stands, beer in hand with gut to match, kendo stick in the other.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Forgive me father, for I have sinned, exit light and enter night, The Sandman is in the building!

    SARAH SHOCKEY. To hell with forgiveness, Sandman is coming down to commit some sins in his own right!

    The song blasts through the building as fans sing along during lyrics, and chant ECW through guitar solos. Sandman makes his way through the fans, offering pours of beer for the fans until he runs out - And pulls another beer from his pocket! Sandman makes it to the floor, hopping up onto the barricade and holding his kendo stick into the air as the crowd sings along the chorus. MJF and Drake look terrified, as MJF is yelling at the fans to shut up. Sandman gets into the ring and stares face to face with the generation that just trashed him, seemingly by name. Sandman takes a swig of his beer while MJF yells out, “MAKE A MOVE GRANDPA I FUCKING DARE YOU!”

    Sandman shrugs, cracking Drake in the side with the cane! The crowd erupts as we hear the sound of Bamboo vs. Leather jacket. MJF looks shocked for a second as Drake goes down to his knees! Friedman grows angry quickly, latching on the leg of Sandman! Sandman frantically whacks at MJF, but Friedman just squeals in pain while refusing to release. As Sandman looks to pry MJF off his leg, Eli Drake lunges in with a stiff right hand to the chin! Sandman goes down like a sack of bricks, as MJF starts putting the boots to the legend, Eli Drake wincing at his side and catching his breath while the crowd drowns the two in boos. Drake gets in on the punishment, shoving MJF away as Eli Drake mounts Sandman on the ground. Eli barrages Sandman with right hands over and over, as the crowd begins to chant, “Aaaashole! Aaaashole!” Drake stands up, tearing off his leather jacket as he tells MJF to get The Sandman up. Friedman does, and we see a bit of blood on the forehead of Sandman. Eli Drake hoists the ECW legend onto his shoulders - Gravy Train (Air Raid Crash) to the center of the ring!

    FADE ON - FAME BY DAVID BOWIE

    Elite Drake and Maxwell Jacob Friedman stand tall, each with a boot on the chest of The Sandman.

    SARAH SHOCKEY. What a disgusting act of disrespect by these two! They’re gonna get what’s coming to them.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Fans, don’t go anywhere! We’re going to cut to a quick commercial to get some trainers in to check on our guest for the evening and when we come back, we’re going to find out who will challenge for the AEW Tag Team Championships at Bash At The Beach! We’ll be right back!

    FADE OUT.

    10:44
    Commercial Break
    Spoiler:


    Spoiler:



    10:47

    Match #1
    Tag Team Match
    [WINNERS CHALLENGE FOR AEW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS AT BASH AT THE BEACH]
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Referee: Brian Hebner
    SoCal Uncensored w/ Christopher Daniels vs. Best Friends

    Beretta and Chuckie T, the Best Friends, got a good pop from the fans as they made their way down to the ring, wearing their signature green and silver gear. Sarah Shockey on commentary mentions the fans getting behind Best Friends more due to their twitter exchanges.

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. The Best Friends tonight going in with The Fans as their second, and while that can add a lot in terms of psychological edge, Christopher Daniels at ringside has proven himself still fully capable of getting involved despite his injury.

    On cue, the music of SoCal Uncensored hits. Christopher Daniels made his way down to the ring in street clothes, with an SCU shirt. He had a special set of crutches with a microphone stand attached so he could sing along to their theme song as he made his way down the ramp. Frankie Kazarian And Scorpio Sky make their way into the arena to a mixed reaction at first. Parts of the arena break into SCU chants, but as their entrance stopped, Daniels took the mic to speak on the outside.

    CHRISTOPHER DANIELS. Philadelphia… This is the WORST TOWN! I HAVE EVER! BEEN IN!

    MIXED REACTION.

    CHRISTOPHER DANIELS. And tonight, that K-A-Z and the Master of the Scorpio S-K-Y are gonna prove that beautiful Southern California breeds the best athletes on the planet! And when we win our title shots, and then become the NEW AEW Tag Teams Champions - *Slight Pop* We will act with respect and dignity, something you people clearly don’t know anything about because the one and only time this town has won a Super Bowl you tore yourselves apart over a half rate team with a lot of luck.

    BIGGER HEAT THAN EXPECTED.

    Daniels would laugh as his cheap dig at The Eagles seems to have struck a cord for the loyal to the grave city of Philadelphia. Daniels would toss the mic to a ring hand and the match got underway with a loud “Let’s Go Best Friends” (ironically wearing Eagles colors), battled with a much weaker than before chant of SCU.

    Chuck Taylor would rush in, getting the early edge on Scorpio Sky. Best Friends would keep the action fast paced and in their favor, until Beretta went to hit the ropes at the 4 minute mark and got tripped up by Daniels “resting” his crutch against the rope and evening up the contest for SoCal Uncensored. Kaz and Scorpio would make quick tags, keeping the legal man fresh as they beat away on Chuck Taylor in the corner. When Chuck finally got to his corner after 7 straight minutes of torture, Beretta came in like a house en feugo!

    As Beretta flurried, with elbows and knees on Kaz in the ring, Scorpio Sky snuck into the ring behind him! Sky attempted a German Suplex, but Beretta backflipped off to his feet! Frankie rushes in, but Beretta would suck - SPRINGBOARD CLOTHESLINE FROM CHUCK TAYLOR! Both Kazarian and Chuck Taylor fell out of the ring, leaving only the two legal men present! Senior Official Brian Hebner went outside the ring to attempt to check on both men, but Beretta and Scorpio stood up. Beretta grabbed Scorpio up, looking for the belly to back piledriver - but Christopher Daniels got on the apron! Crutch between the eyes of Beretta who went down hard. Scorpio was able to get his hands and feet down, landing safely as his opponent was out on his feet. Hebner slid back into the ring, just as Daniels got off the apron! Scorpio Sky ascended to the top rope - 450 Splash! Leg hooked by The Violent Delight! 1...2...3!

    WINNERS!
    Spoiler:

    SoCal Uncensored (Pinfall w/ 450 Splash in 9:22).
    SoCal Uncensored advance to challenge for the All Elite Wrestling Tag Team Championships at Bash At The Beach!

    10:57
    FADE IN.

    INT. THE PALESTRA - HALLWAY

    We see Eli Drake and MJF laughing to themselves as they walk, when we hear a deep, British voice frantically yelling at them. The two turn around and see AEW Match Maker Stu Barrett ready to blow a gasket.

    STU BARRETT. Who the hell do you two think you are?!

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN. Well, I’m MJF, and this is E -

    STU BARRETT. One more word and you’ll be suspended without pay for 3 months.

    MJF looks furious, but backs off, as Eli Drake seems to be confused on all fronts.

    STU BARRETT. I specifically tell you that we have an ECW Legend in attendance as a guest, and you go out and do a stunt like that?!

    ELI DRAKE. I don’t know what you’re talking about, chief, I never heard any garbage wrestlers were going to be here.

    STU BARRETT. Friedman told me he’d get you the message.

    They look at MJF, who sheepishly smiles and shrugs.

    MAXWELL JACOB FRIEDMAN. Yeah, about that… I’ve got some bad news for ya...

    Barrett facepalms, looking like he has to restrain himself from strangling Friedman, while Drake chuckles to himself.

    STU BARRETT. Maybe you’ll care about this. Eli, if you hate hardcore wrestling so much… I have just the guy to fight you next week. And by the way, Max. Since you seem to be a fan of my work, I’ll do this once and only once...

    MJF perks up, intrigued while Drake is in disbelief. Barrett clears his throat.

    STU BARRETT. I’M AFRAID I’VE GOT SOME BAD NEWS! If you appear any capacity while Eli is in the ring area, you’ll both be fined $5,000.

    Barrett clears his throat again, mumbling “still got it…” to himself as he walks off. MJF flips him off behind both Barrett and Eli’s backs. When Drake looks back in disbelief, MJF acts surprised, pretending he forgot the message Barrett told him in the first place.

    FADE OUT.

    FADE ON - NEW ERA BY KNOX HILL/FADE ON GRAPHIC


    ELI DRAKE WILL FACE A HARDCORE CHALLENGE
    NEXT WEEK!

    FADE OUT.

    10:58
    FADE IN.

    INT. ABANDONED WAREHOUSE, DARK AND DIRTY. WRESTLING RING POORLY LIT IN THE CENTER.

    We come up in a dusty, old building. There’s a wrestling ring in the center of the room, clearly poorly put together on a budget. The ropes are barbed wire, and the “mat” is just loose boards of wood. We see the same figure from the last number of weeks, pacing around the ring with a light tube in his hand. The camera doesn’t see his face, as the lanky individual stays shrouded in shadows and a hooded jacket. The camera pans down and we see a man who looks to be homeless, wearing tattered and dirty clothes. There are shards of glass, thumbtacks, and barbed wire on the ground. The homeless man has blood staining his unkempt hair and beard, as the deranged man above him paces around the poor hobo. The figure (referred to from this point as UV to differentiate who is speaking) crouches down, speaking in a rough, raspy voice.

    UV. This… This is just the beginning. You need to atone for your sins, Joey Janela.

    The homeless man looks up in confusion, begging off from assumedly brutal assault -

    WHAM! LIGHT TUBE TO THE HEAD!

    The homeless man goes limp on the floor, blood coming out of his forehead. UV drops down in front of him, grinding the sharp edge of the tube into the skull of this poor bum. UV gets off, as the homeless man sputters and coughs, losing blood by the second. UV sits on the ground, cross legged. He turns and talks to the unconscious hobo on the ground, as if he’s able to hear him, with back to the camera.

    UV. You… You were a lost cause. Not unlike Joey Janela. People like him… People like me… We feed on violence. We feed on bloodlust… And it makes us legends to some. BUT FOR WHAT?! You look at the legends of the business who wrestled this… “Hardcore” style. You’ve got Tommy Dreamer. You’ve got Terry Funk. You’ve got… Mick Foley. You have people who can barely walk, who can’t remember their home address, you have people who are SHELLS of what they used to be. And people celebrate it. And I fell for it.

    UV stands up, reaching into his back pocket.

    UV. I am on a mission to reclaim my soul… And that mission starts with wiping you and everybody else like you off of the face of this industry. For the betterment of us all.

    UV is twirling something between his fingers - it’s that railroad spike.

    The man turns, lifting the homeless man to his knees by pulling on the hair… RAILROAD SPIKE TO THE FOREHEAD! The hobo goes limp, as UV staggers back, head in his hands, seemingly intoxicated from the violence delivered.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC.

    ULTRAVIOLENCE

    IS HERE!

    NEXT WEEK...

    FADE OUT.

    11:01
    FADE IN.

    GRAPHIC - BASH AT THE BEACH POSTER




    SARAH SHOCKEY. Ladies and gentlemen, that was truly disturbing, and that guy is going to be here next week?!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. Well, it appears Joey Janela has been put on notice, and that showdown will take place at Bash at The Beach in Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday the 28th, but we do have some news for you all regarding the event! Sarah would you like the honors?

    SARAH SHOCKEY. Gladly! We here at All Elite Wrestling are ready to announce the two theme songs for our pay-per view special Bash at the Beach! We’d like to thank All Good Themes for their song “For The Glory” available on Spotify and Apple Music! The second, however, is rather special! I am happy to announce that at Bash at The Beach, there will be an Half-Time intermission during the show, and that Half-Time will feature a concert from hip hop superstar Tyler, The Creator!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. That’s right fans, Tyler, The Creator will be here live to perform songs off his new hit album IGOR, and one of those songs will be the second official theme song for Bash at the Beach, “Running Out of Time” available now streaming everywhere!

    FADE ON GRAPHIC - ALBUM ART, MUSIC PLAYING



    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. We thank all the fans who have bought tickets to now officially make Bash at The Beach a sell out! At Bash at the Beach already confirmed, we will see Joey Janela taking on that mystery man who apparently is going to debut next week - and that match is going to be the first ever Death Match available in North America live on pay-per view globally! We also have Allysin Kay facing her first challenger for the AEW Women’s Championship -

    SARAH SHOCKEY. And the main event will be Mexico’s Prodigal Son, Rey Fenix, taking to the air and trying to dethrone the Bastard King, PAC!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. That night is going to be full of action, but we’ve gotta move on because we have a singles match between Madison Rayne and “The Man” Becky Knox right here on Dynamite on TNT let’s send it to Gavin Louden in the ring!

    11:04

    Match #2
    Singles Match
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    “The Man” Becky Knox vs. “Queen Bee” Madison Rayne

    Madison Rayne entered to a mixed reaction from the fans, as she wore new white gear with rose trim. The Queen Bee would make her way down the ramp, staying focused on the ring, ignoring fans that asked for high fives in the entrance way. We see a picture in picture during her entrance of footage from Inside AEW, where it was mentioned that Madison Rayne needs to make her mark early, as many people seem to feel her prime is past her. We see a screen grab of Rayne subtweeting the segment, with the sentiment that she was going to set all the doubters straight tonight with a victory over possibly the hottest individual in professional wrestling today. Speaking of which, as the wails of Lost Horizons blasts through the PA System, the fans come alive! On the stage, in purple and black gear stands The Man - Becky Knox has arrived on Dynamite! We see stats come by as she makes her way to the ring, with her having the fastest victory in AEW’s history so far, as well as being on a 2-0 winning streak. Sarah Shockey points out that Becky feels like she has the world in her hands right now, but that if Becky isn’t careful she could have it slip through her fingers here tonight!

    The match was a game of cat and mouse early on, as Madison Rayne would try to go in and out of the ring to avoid the build up of momentum for Becky Knox. Rayne was able to rope Becky in and get the advantage with a cheap shot as Becky was coming back in the ring from the outside. Madison Rayne would take it to Knox, using a cravat on the ground to try and wear down The Man. The Queen Bee brought Becky back when she would look to mount a comeback by using the ropes to keep Knox off balance. The crowd rallied behind Becky Knox, building for Becky to finally turn the tides and get in some offense, as steam continued to pick up for Becky Knox.

    Becky fought to her feet, and a standing switch allowed for a German suplex sending Rayne crashing into the mat! Knox checked her chin, as Madison Rayne grabbed at her neck in agony. Becky Knox got a look of determination, as right now she has Madison Rayne right where she wants her. Knox grabbed Rayne by the hair, dragging The Queen Bee up to her feet, but Rayne would throw a right hand - DUCKED! Knox took her over with a Bexploder Suplex! Knox would keep her grip on Rayne, floating over and trapping the arm! The crowd got to their feet, as they knew what was coming - BECKYWARA ARMBAR (Seated Fujiwara) APPLIED! NOWHERE TO GO FOR MADISON RAYNE! RAYNE WITH NO CHOICE BUT TO SUBMIT!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Becky Knox (Submission w/ Beckywara Armbar in 5:11).

    11:09
    Commercial

    Spoiler:



    11:12
    FADE IN.

    FADE ON - NEVER GIVE UP BY NEFFEX

    We see a graphic for next week, as NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion, Eddie Edwards will be here on Dynamite next week! The NWA Champion has not been seen on All Elite Wrestling Programming since he won the championship at Double or Nothing, and he is said to have a big announcement concerning Bash at the Beach! What does Eddie Edwards have to say? Find out next week ONLY on Dynamite on TNT!

    FADE OUT.

    11:13
    FADE IN.

    INT. SOUND STUDIO, INTERVIEW AREA

    FADE ON GRAPHIC, LOWER THIRD. READS: “Earlier Today, 10:30 AM.”

    We see AEW Correspondent Conrad Thompson sitting in a leather armchair, as he has a pile of notecards in front of him.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Hey, hey, everybody, Conrad Thompson here ready to give you all another sit down interview with one of All Elite Wrestling’s biggest stars, please welcome Chris Jericho!

    The camera pans and we see Chris Jericho sitting in a leather jacket, fedora, and sunglasses with his hair tied up in a bun.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, it’s nice to see you, Chris, how’re you?

    CHRIS JERICHO. I’m the best in the world, as always, junior. Let’s get this over with, my time is more valuable than you could imagine.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright, then. Well, our first question lined up, what made you attack Kenny Omega weeks ago at Dynamite -

    As Conrad speaks, we see a picture in picture highlights of the assault from Chris Jericho on Kenny Omega.

    CHRIS JERICHO. Everybody wants to know why. Everybody claims to be a genius on the internet, talking shit about me like I don’t see it. Everybody wants to claim that Chris Jericho is some washed up has been while they break their keyboards frantically typing in new fanfiction with Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi. Here’s a newsflash, assholes. Chris Jericho is the realest man in the wrestling business. I got in the ring, dropped Kota Ibushi at Double or Nothing and got the victory, easily might I add. And now people are going to just act as though Kenny Omega still deserves to claim to be the best in the world? I don’t think so. You idiots want to let Kenny Omega claim to be the best and back him up because he got lucky one night in Japan years ago, and I’m over it. I’m taking back my name as the undisputed best wrestler on the face of this planet, because I’m Chris Goddamn Jericho.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. So, am I right in assuming that you accept the challenge laid out by Kenny Omega for Bash at the Beach?

    CHRIS JERICHO. (Chuckles.) If Kenny Omega wants to let the entire world know what we both already know; the fact that his win was a fluke, and that him even being on my level is an insult to think about, let alone believe… If he wants the world to know that, I’m all for it. Of course I accept.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Alright. Now, chat me up, Chris. Why are you so confident when you’re going to be facing, objectively, one of the most accomplished wrestlers All Elite Wrestling has under contract?

    CHRIS JERICHO. Chad, I don’t need to respect Omega. I don’t need to respect anybody. You don’t get to the top by praising others and saying that they’re on your level. The only way to get to the peak of the mountaintop is to kick at the hands of others who are trying to climb it with you. I’m the best wrestling in the world -

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, pardon, but why aren’t you the AEW Champion right now if that’s the case?

    CHRIS JERICHO. Who the f*** do you think you are interrupting me, Junior? I was out there stealing hearts in Mexico before PAC knew the difference in an armdrag and an armbar. All Elite Wrestling management is sipping Kenny Omega’s kool-aid believing that ANYBODY is on the same level I am. I’m undefeated in All Elite Wrestling. If I got in the ring challenging for the AEW Championship, you bet your ass I’d get the job done. Because that’s what the best in the world does.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Roll tide on that. Now, hypothetically speaking, what happens if you lose at Bash at the Beach? Will you acknowledge that Kenny Omega is on your level.

    CHRIS JERICHO. (Laughs.) Ah, that’s a good one. Kenny Omega? Beating me? (Dead serious.) Good one, f***face. Here’s how things WILL go. This is flat out, point blank, everything that is going to happen, because this isn’t my first time at the dance. We’re going to go out there, and the fans are going to be behind Kenny Omega, because everybody loves the underdog, whether they actually have a snowball’s chance in hell or not. The match is going to be back and forth. I’m not delusional, I know that Kenny is going to get in offense because in that aspect, he’s talented. But he isn’t Chris Jericho. And when the chips are down, and it’s just the two of us in the middle of the ring trading shots… I’m gonna put him down. I’ll clip his one wing, and he will crash and burn, because that is what I do. Forget the Alpha, forget Painmaker, forget La Lista de Ingobernables del Jericho. All of that was the past. I’m the best in the world, I don’t need nicknames based off of the inferior. I’m The Spoiler, because everything I say is a fact, and whether the people like it or not, I am better than your favorite wrestler.

    Jericho stands up, removing his mic as he calls Conrad a stupid idiot one more time.

    FADE ON GRAPHIC -


    ALPHAxOMEGA II
    KENNY OMEGA vs. CHRIS JERICHO


    LIVE! July the 28th on Pay-Per View!


    FADE OUT.

    11:24
    FADE IN.

    INT. THE PALESTRA, INTERVIEW PIT

    We go backstage and see Danielle Moinet standing backstage.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my guest at this time, Pentagon Zero.

    CROWD POP.

    Pentagon Zero walks into frame, wearing street clothes and a casual black mask. His shirt has his brother, and #1 Contender to the AEW Championship, Rey Fenix’s mask on it.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Pentagon, last week after the show ended, you had some choice words for “The Pacific Powerhouse” Jeff Cobb. Care to elaborate on that?

    PENTAGON ZERO. (Subtitled.) If Jeff Cobb believes he has the guts to get in the ring with anybody and treat them with the disrespect that he showed us, he doesn’t belong in professional wrestling. Bullies piss me off, and when somebody is as talented as he is while still acting the way he does, it shows that he isn’t as good as he thinks he is. If he wants to test that, I am glad to be the one to knock some respect into him.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Could we take this as a challenge for a future show?

    PENTAGON ZERO. (Subtitled.) I’ll make this clear. I want to fight Jeff Cobb. I want to fight him at Bash at the Beach. I don’t care who tries to talk me out of it, give me this fight. I will put Jeff Cobb down because I am Pentagon Zero! And I have…

    Pentagon holds up his hand to the camera.

    PENTAGON ZERO. CERO! Miedo…

    Pentagon stares into the camera, his cold white eyes flashing in the light before he walks away.

    DANIELLE MOINET. Well fans, a challenge of epic proportions has been laid down! Let’s send it down to the ring, as for the first time ever, The All Elite Wrestling Women’s Champion, Allysin Kay is in action against Reika Saiki, a member of Revolution FC alongside current #1 Contender, Jordynne Grace! Gavin Louden at ringside, take it away!

    FADE OUT.

    11:28

    Match #3
    NON-TITLE
    Singles Match
    Time Limit: 15 Minutes
    Referee: Bryce Remsburg
    “AK-47” Allysin Kay[c] vs. “Power Princess” Reika Saiki w/ Revolution FC

    The Power Princess, Reika Saiki, came down wearing the blue and gold gear of Revolution FC, as Grace and Gabbert joined her as seconds wearing matching tracksuits. Revolution FC on the outside remain calm, with their hands in their pockets as if this was just a scouting session, while the “Young Lion” of the camp poses in the ring ready to show her skills. As The Dope Show by Marilyn Manson blared through the PA System, the AEW Women’s Champion Allysin Kay made her way down to the ring in her signature black and silver gear. The Champion has picture-in-picture highlights show of her recent trip to wrestle in STARDOM in Japan, showing her battling members of the Oedo Tai stable alongside Queen’s Quest! AK-47 got into the ring with confidence in her eyes, as Sarah Shockey reminds us all that Reika Saiki is a former champion in Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling and is not someone to take lightly in the ring!

    Allysin Kay would take over early with some quick strikes and well timed counters. Reika Saiki, howered, continued to battle out of attempted submissions, proving that the Power Princess was more than just a catchy nickname. Saiki would muscle Kay to her feet, taking the champion overhead with a German suplex as Grace and Gabbert look impressed on the outside. Schiavello claims that a win tonight could be grand for the career of Reika Saiki! Allysin Kay so far undefeated since becoming AEW Women’s Champion, as she would battle back, dodging a forearm in the corner from Saiki.

    Saiki and Allysin Kay would battle it out in the corner, as they attempted to strike the other down with hard forearms. Kay would duck a wild strike attempted from Saiki, getting a go behind! O’Connor Roll! 1...2… Power out from Saiki would keep the match alive! Saiki got up, charging into the ropes, but Kay charged the ropes perpendicular looking for The Silencer (Pounce)... Saiki saw it coming and attempted a lariat! Ducked! The champion caught the arm and slid down into an inside cradle! 1...2...3! The Champion narrowly avoids a surprisingly strong challenge!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Allysin Kay (Pinfall w/ Inside Cradle in 4:58).

    WINNER GRAPHIC FADE ON/FADE OFF

    Allysin Kay stands in the ring, holding her AEW Women’s Championship above her head as the other members of Revolution FC enter the ring. Allysin Kay and Jordynne Grace stand face to face, as these two will meet in what is sure to be a war at Bash at the Beach for Kay’s Championship belt. As Gabbert is looking to Saiki on the ground, Grace and Allysin Kay stand face to face, talking trash as Bryce Remsburg tries to keep the two from getting physical -

    HUGE POP.

    The crowd comes alive, as Kay motions to them, but suddenly there’s a flash of orange that flies into the ring! BECKY KNOX IS HERE! Becky Knox kicks Jazzy Gabbert upside the head! The crowd roars in approval, as Becky gets in some cheap shots on Gabbert, while Grace and Kay are stunned in surprise. As Jordynne realizes what’s happening, she lunged at Knox - But Knox gets out of the ring just in time! The Man hops the barricade, as she exits through the crowd as the fans ring out The Palestra with the all too familiar -

    “BECKY! BECKY! BECKY! BECKY! BECKY!”

    FADE OUT.

    11:36
    FADE IN.

    INT. THE PALESTRA, INTERVIEW PIT

    We see Conrad Thompson standing by as he knocks on a locker room door. The door opens and we see “The Bad Girl” Penelope Ford! She nods at Conrad, seemingly knowing why he’s here. She motions to wait a moment and the door closes again. When it reopens we are greeted by “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela standing there!

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Hey, Joey, real quick I was just wondering if you had a moment to respond to the new Ultraviolence video we saw earlier tonight?

    Janela steps out of the locker room, signature sunglasses on and wearing leather.

    JOEY JANELA. What do you want me to say? I asked for everybody, and it looks like a sick freak answered. I can’t wait.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, alright, but the things that we saw were rather disturbing don’t you think? Whoever the poor soul was that was in the ring only to send a message to you -

    JOEY JANELA. Conrad, listen to me. (Removes sunglasses, solemn look on his face.) Are you afraid of me?

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, with all due respe -

    JOEY JANELA. CONRAD! Are… You… Afraid of me?

    CONRAD THOMPSON. No, Joey, I’m not.

    JOEY JANELA. Why is that? Do you think the things I say are just for a reaction? Do you think I don’t go down to the ring each and every night okay with the idea of dying in the ring to entertain the fans? Because that’s what’s on the line here, it seems. And I can’t wait for it. Penelope understands and that’s why a lot of people don’t seem to get why someone like that sticks with someone like me. We have the same thought process. And so does whoever this ultraviolence dude is. He wants me to atone for some sins that he thinks I’ve committed? Hell… He’s probably not wrong on all of those. But I’m not afraid of this match because this is right up my ally. This is what I live for. Conrad Thompson, and everybody out there, if you’re afraid of this ultraviolence stuff, you damn well better be afraid of me too, because this is what I do best. The match at Bash at the Beach point blank, I am not kidding, it will be disgusting. It will be a war. It will be a bloodbath, and that’s before I know who the hell I’m even fighting!

    Janela smiles and puts the sunglasses back on.

    JOEY JANELA. And that’s because I’m a bad… Bad… Boy! So next week, Ultraviolence is gonna show up, and I’m ready for them! If you wanna dance, let’s f****** dance, just don’t forget that I’m just as dangerous as anybody out there.

    Janela turns and walks back into the locker room.

    CONRAD THOMPSON. Well, roll tide on all that. Fans, we’re gonna take our last commercial break of the night, but don’t go anywhere! When we come back, we’re going to have our main event of the night as “The Golden Star” Kota Ibushi fights against the in-ring debut of “The Villain” Marty Scurll, entirely uninterrupted for the rest of the night! We’ll be right back after these messages!

    FADE OUT.

    11:42
    Commercial Break

    Spoiler:



    Spoiler:


    11:45

    Match #4
    MAIN EVENT
    Singles Match
    Time Limit: 20 Minutes
    Referee: Brian Hebner
    “The Villain” Marty Scurll w/ Villain Enterprises vs. "The Golden Star" Kota Ibushi

    Kota Ibushi got a great pop from the crowd, as this will be his first singles match on Dynamite! In his signature white, gold, and blue gear, Kota Ibushi made his way down to the ring wearing a Golden Lovers T-Shirt, in support of Partner Kenny Omega, as the crowd chanted “I-Bu-Shi! I-Bu-Shi!” during his entrance. As Marty Scurll made his way down to the ring in his all black gear, flanked by PCO and Brody King, the crowd gave a very loud mixed reaction. Some fans are torn as they want to cheer for the debut of such a talented star, but many choose to boo for what he has done to The Elite as of late. Marty would enter the ring, showing his umbrella to have the Villain Enterprises logo on it, with a blood splatter of red, white, and blue for the American Nightmare! Sarah Shockey would berate this kind of bragging about his actions, but Schiavello reminded her that Marty Scurll couldn’t care less about the morality of his actions right now.

    The match started fast paced, with Kota Ibushi popping off quick sequences of strikes against The Villain, who got sent to the outside trying to regroup. Ibushi would try to take him out with a Golden Triangle Moonsault off the second turnbuckle, but Brody King instead stepped in the way to catch Ibushi! Hebner would yell for King to put him down, which King did, tossing Ibushi to the side. As Hebner admonished King for protecting Marty Scurll, PCO would sneak up behind Ibushi and just as Kota turned around he would get nailed with a lariat! After this, The Villain would take The Golden Star into the ring and grind away with holds targeting the neck of Kota Ibushi. As the crowd would fire Ibushi up, Scurll would take cheap shots to stay ahead, including stomping on the appendages of Kota Ibushi. Hebner would warn Scurll about the hands, as Schiavello reminds the fans that Marty Scurll’s famed “Finger Breaking” maneuver is illegal in All Elite Wrestling, as is all moves that intentionally cause broken bones/injuries and no other purpose. Scurll would respond with forearms and boots to the head of Ibushi, but Kota would fire up! With an athletic showing of acrobatics and stiff strikes, Kota Ibushi would make his way back into the contest and have Marty Scurll rocked multiple times!

    We heard that 10 minutes had elapsed, as Scurll and Ibushi were exchanging strikes in the center of the ring. Ibushi hit the ropes, Scurll faked a superkick to the head, instead driving the kick to the shin! Ibushi fell hard onto his knees, as Scurll would drop him with a running cutter! Marty Scurll got to his feet, breathing heavily and holding his neck as he opponent was unsure of the surroundings. Marty Scurll started to come alive again, pacing back and forth behind Kota Ibushi before twirling, and yelling out, “CHICKENWING!” as Ibushi got to his feet! Marty Scurll went to grab at the neck of Ibushi, who ducked a shoulder and snapped Scurll to the mat! Ibushi leaped for a double stomp, but Marty narrowly avoided the attack, getting in front of Kota Ibushi and nailing a kick to the kneecap! Ibushi fell back, clutching his knee in agony, giving up the back to Scurll! CROSSFACE CHICKENWING APPLIED! Ibushi struggles, reaching for the ropes, but Marty Scurll drops back with the body scissors! Kota Ibushi has nowhere to go and no choice but to submit!

    WINNER!
    Spoiler:

    Marty Scurll (Submission w/ Crossface Chickenwing in 13:00).

    11:58
    WINNER GRAPHIC FADE ON/FADE OFF

    Villain Enterprises get into the ring, looking to grab at Kota Ibushi as they throw ring hands to the side. The bell rings, reminding them that the match is over, as Scurll grabs for his umbrella.

    SARAH SHOCKEY. No! They’re going to give the same fate to Kota that has met Cody Rhodes -

    CROWD POP.

    KENNY OMEGA SLIDES INTO THE RING! V-TRIGGER TO PCO! PCO STUMBLES BACK FALLING INTO THE CORNER!

    Omega dives at Scurll, sending right hands, as Cody Rhodes runs down the ramp as well! Brody King pulls off Omega from Scurll, but King gets a missile dropkick from the top rope from Rhodes! It’s breaking down here! All six men now getting into a brawl, as from the back spills Chris Jericho now! The locker room is emptying out! The Young Bucks are down here now as referees and officials try to gain control of the situation! Cody Rhodes and The Elite are being held back by one group of the locker room, while Villain Enterprises is being held apart by another group! Rhodes shoves people off, as he dives at Scurll with a right hand! The crowd comes alive for Rhodes! PCO battles out, going on a rampage attacking Rhodes as well! This is breaking down again as madness fills the ring area, the bell ringing like crazy trying to gain some semblance of order -

    DOUBLE SUPERKICK FROM THE BUCKS TO PCO! THE YOUNG BUCKS DIVE AT VILLAIN ENTERPRISES! ITS KICKED OFF AGAIN!

    MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO. FANS WE’VE RUN OUT OF BROADCAST TIME HERE! WE’RE GOING TO LOOK TO GET OUR REGULAR POST-SHOW PRESS CONFERENCES DONE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, BUT WE NEED TO GO OFF THE AIR HERE! CHECK AEW SOCIAL MEDIA FOR UPDATES AS THINGS ADVANCE, BUT FOR SARAH SHOCKEY, MY NAME IS MICHAEL SCHIAVELLO, WE WILL SEE YOU NEXT WEEK ON DYNAMITE!

    FADE OUT.

    12:00
    END GRAPHIC
    FADE OUT.
    Copyright All Elite Wrestling, LLC. 2019

    Post-Show Press Conference Highlights on YouTube:
    (Available for On Demand Streaming In Full and Uncensored on AEW’s Website)

    SoCal Uncensored Panel:
    Kazarian and Scorpio would make sure that the reporters saw the “dominance” of the duo tonight, again ignoring any questions about the interference of Christopher Daniels during the contest. When asked the timeframe of his in-ring return, Daniels assured everybody that getting back in the ring was, “On his to do list” but that getting the tag titles was more important to SCU right now. Daniels made sure to say that when SCU became the new tag team champions, they would work harder to get Daniels back in the ring so they could Freebird the titles and be the best champions in pro wrestling. SCU also complained about having to be in Philadelphia for a whole month, because it’s the worst town they’ve ever been in, but they made it clear that they are only in Philly for the shows and that any time they can spend outside of it they will. “S..C..U later.”


    Becky Knox Panel:
    Becky started by saying she made a statement tonight and got the fans talking like only The Man knows how. When asked about why she attacked Jazzy Gabbert she said that she’s learned one thing during her career, and that if you want to make a statement you, “go start a fight with the biggest, baddest bitch you see,” and that happened to be Gabbert. Knox threw down the challenge for Bash at the Beach, saying that this was a fight that was going to draw big money, and if Barrett is smart he’d make people pay to see Becky Balboa take down the giant German. Knox also gave props to Madison Rayne for her attempt tonight, but chalked it up to nobody being better than The Man right now, and ended the panel by reminding everybody that she wants the AEW Women’s Championship, and she will prove that she deserves it with this win at Bash at the Beach.


    Allysin Kay Panel:
    Kay said she was pissed that Knox tried to take her spotlight tonight in her Dynamite debut. AK-47 reminded us all that she won the fan vote for who on the roster most deserved a title shot, and she proved that she deserved it by winning and staying unbeaten since then. “If Becky Knox is so tough, why does she need other people’s match times to prove it? If she wants a title shot, I’m not scared to give it to her and put her in her place once and for all, as the classiest woman in professional wrestling.” She ended the panel with Pinkies up, and wishing luck to her challenger, Jordynne Grace, in her continued training.


    Golden Lovers Panel:
    Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi sat at the panel together to discuss the events that took place on tonight’s show. Kota said that it was his fault he didn’t get the win, and that he would avenge his lost the next chance he gets. When asked why he didn’t accompany Kota to the ring, Kenny mentioned just learning about Jericho accepting his challenge, and that he was getting training and sparring buddies messaged to make sure he was prepared. Omega also noted that Kota is a grown man just like him, and they are both more than capable of handling their battles alone. He mentions their tag team victory against Villain Enterprises a few weeks ago, saying that they were going to prove to the world how talented they truly are, both as singles stars and as a team.


    Villain Enterprises Panel:
    Marty Scurll would not speak, yet again, to the media in any way. PCO would yell that they were going to send a message about the loss they suffered to the Golden Lovers. Brody King called The Young Bucks foolish for “getting involved before they had to” as they have now crossed Villain Enterprises with an issue that hadn’t occurred to them yet. Brody King has made it clear that Marty Scurll will speak out and make things clear for everybody very soon, but that Marty is disappointed with how complicated everybody is making the situation. Villain Enterprises will destroy The Elite and take over AEW to form in their image, an image of violence, brutality, and evil. Scurll would smack a beer away from him and hold up his flag as we fade out.

    Bash At The Beach Confirmed Card - July 28th 2019


    DEATH MATCH - 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    TBA vs. Joey Janela


    ALPHAxOMEGA II
    Kenny Omega vs. Chris Jericho


    ALL ELITE WRESTLING TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    SoCal Uncensored[Challengers] vs. Time Machine[1st Champions]


    ALL ELITE WRESTLING WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    Allysin Kay[1st Champion] vs. Jordynne Grace[Challenger]



    ALL ELITE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP - 60 MINUTE TIME LIMIT
    PAC[1st Champion] vs. Rey Fenix[Challenger]





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