Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Bash At The Beach To Feature Unique Set Design

Bash At The Beach To Feature Unique Set Design
The Young Bucks appeared on ESPN’s West Palm affiliate to promote this week's special Bash at the Beach edition of AEW Dynamite, a reincarnation of WCW’s classic pay-per-view series.

According to Nick Jackson, Bash the Beach is part of AEW’s broader strategy to freshen up the AEW Dynamite formula in between the company’s quarterly pay-per-views.

“Our plan is to do four pay-per-views a year, so we realized we have to dress up some of the shows on Wednesday to not fall into a formula,” said Jackson. “Try to make some of them feel more special than other ones. That was the thinking process on this. To bring something back from the past that has such a cool history.”

WCW’s Bash at the Beach pay-per-views featured unique set designs that included sand, palm trees, a boardwalk aisle, tropical birds and more. The 1995 installment actually took place outdoors at Huntington Beach, California. Nick Jackson knows that fans are expecting a ‘special’ look this Wednesday and AEW plans to deliver.

He continued, “Cody happened to get the trademark and owns it now. He brought it to Tony’s attention and we all thought it was a good idea. I think fans are gonna be excited because we’re gonna try to make it a special show, even from the look of things.”

AEW has lined up a loaded card for this week’s Dynamite. The following is a preview for Wednesday’s AEW Bash at the Beach episode from Miami:
  • The Young Bucks vs. Kenny Omega & Hangman Page vs. Santana & Ortiz vs. Best Friends (#1 Contenders Match)
  • Jon Moxley vs. Sammy Guevara
  • PAC vs. Darby Allin
  • MJF, The Butcher & The Blade vs. DDP, Dustin Rhodes & QT Marshall
  • Kris Statlander & Hikaru Shida vs. Awesome Kong & Mel of the Nightmare Collective

Plus, Cody Rhodes will respond to MJF’s challenge and stipulations.