All Elite Wrestling – Review of the AEW Beach Break

Every year, All Elite Wrestling holds a special event called the AEW Beach Break. This annual event was first established in 2021, and it aired as a special episode of Dynamite. Since then, AEW Beach Break has become a popular event. It features the best professional wrestlers from around the world.

Beach Break features a six-man tag team match and the return of AEW World Champion Kenny Omega. The match will also feature the Good Brothers, PAC, and Fenix. Another highlight of Beach Break is the wedding of Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford. There will also be a surprise appearance from Edge and the return of Dusty Cup tournament winners.

AEW Beach Break is a PPV worthy event. The matches were intense and kept the audience engaged throughout the night. The show was very well-produced and a great episode of the popular promotion. While the show wasn’t exactly perfect, it was still a worthwhile watch. In addition to great matches, AEW is also growing and has plans to expand its reach.

While FTR’s promo wasn’t the greatest, it was still good. It was a great way to build up to the match. The two wrestlers are solid, and the match was a great way to see their talent in action. The CM Punk-MJF match featured some good fights and a good promo.

Beach Break was a big success for the promotion, and the fans loved it. The show also introduced a new wrestler – Danhausen. He is a former ROH and indy wrestler and is making his debut in AEW. He was introduced by Tony Khan. In the aftermath of the show, AEW announced Danhausen as its latest signing. This signing was a great move for the company and for the AEW brand.

AEW has an impressive roster, and many of its wrestlers have won big championships. Britt Baker, the first female signed to AEW, is one of the most talented wrestlers in the company. Her awe-inspiring wins have helped her establish herself as the face of the women’s division.

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