AEW Announces “Dynamite: Blood And Guts” (Video)

AEW Announces "Dynamite: Blood And Guts" (Video)

During Saturday’s AEW Revolution it was announced Dynamite: Blood and Guts will take place on March 25 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.

The show will feature one giant covered cage with two rings for WarGames-like match. You can check out the promo in the video below.

The name of the show is a play off of what Vince McMahon said during an earnings call about AEW last July. Vince said WWE will not “do blood and guts and things of that nature, such as what is being done on our new potential competitor.”

At the AEW Revolution post-event press conference, Tony Khan was asked about the match and using the “WarGames” name, which is owned by WWE. Khan quickly pointed out that the match is not called WarGames.

“I have not used that term and will never use that term,” Khan said. “You’ll never see me using that expression.”

Khan confirmed to us that the match will be called “Blood & Guts.”

“The expression we’re using for this match is Blood & Guts,” Khan stated. “It’s everything to us, it’s a heart and soul struggle, but it’s also a metaphor for our company in that it’s both a serious thing in that it’s wrestling-centric, but we’re also having fun with it.”

Khan said that “it’s a blood and guts match, and it’s going to be awesome.”


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