AEW Dynamite Beach Break Results – Feb. 3, 2021

AEW Dynamite Beach Break Results - Feb. 3, 2021

AEW Dynamite Beach Break Results – AEW Dynamite kicks off with The Inner Circle coming out as well as it’s time for a big match. A new tag team called The Acclaimed are also out to be a part of the tag team Battle Royal.

Tag Team Battle Royal (Winning team gets tag title shot at AEW Revolution)

Teams are already surrounding the ring as the show gets started. We see a few entrances, including the AEW World Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks.

The Young Bucks start off well as they start the action fast and are already showing signs of life. There are three teams from The Inner Circle and two teams from The Dark Order, giving the two factions big advantages.

Dante Martin and Isiah Kassidy have a brawl, but Dante is eliminated. Jake Hager then throws Alex Reynolds out of the ring, and Hager is then taken out by John Silver and Stu Grayson. Matt Jackson of The Young Bucks is eliminated next. There are a lot of bodies in the ring and its utter chaos.

Luchasaurus takes out Private Party with huge high kicks and puts them down.

Luchasaurus is eliminated next from the Rumble as if it were nothing. MJF throws Evil Uno next, with Grayson and Uno both eliminated now only one member of the Dark Order is left. Darius Martin throws Marq Quen out and then starts to take on Isiah Kassidy.

John Silver is thrown out of the ring by The Inner Circle.

Nick Jackson sends Santana and Ortiz outside all by himself, once again looking good.

Nick Jackson was eliminated by MJF and Chris Jericho when Nick Jackson was distracted from the outside.

The Inner Circle’s Sammy Guevara, MJF, and Chris Jericho survive, while Jungle Boy, Max Caster, and Darius Martin survive on the other side.

The winning members will be the ones to challenge The Young Bucks for the tag team titles. MJF tries to throw Jungle Boy out, but he hangs on. All three Inner Circle members try to push him out, but he hangs on.

The three members of the Inner Circle work together once again to throw Jungle Boy out. Max Caster attacks Sammy Guevara and MJF, and then ultimately eliminates Caster. Darius Martin throws Max Caster out, with The Inner Circle and the Top Flight members being the last ones remaining.

Darius Martin hits the DDT on Guevara and Jericho. He tries to throw Guevara out, who locks on the hurricanrana on Martin. Jericho pushes Martin, which inadvertently eliminates Darius Martin.

Jericho hits the Judas Effect on Darius Martin, getting him eliminated, and that’s it.

Chris Jericho and MJF win the Tag Team Battle Royal to challenge The Young Bucks for the AEW Tag Team Championships

– Video package is shown for Jade Cargill working out at the gym.

– Tony Schiavone in the ring where he introduces AEW TNT Champion Darby Allin and Sting. Tony announces Allin is defending his title next week against Joey Janela. Team Taz shows up on the big screen. Taz says they are stuck outside tonight because they took out some staffers, but next week they will be watching closely.

Starks talks some trash about their upcoming Street Fight. Back to the ring, Sting takes the mic, says he’ll be around next week, as well, to make sure it’s a one-on-one match. He tells Starks that when he looks into Sting’s eyes, he does see the same man anymore? Maybe he should take a closer look! Both wrestlers head to the back.

– Recap shown of the feud between Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa.

Britt Baker with Reba vs. Thunder Rosa

Britt Baker takes advantage of Thunder Rosa being distracted to attack her with the Lockjaw. She gets out of it, and Rosa goes after Baker with the dropkick, with Baker in a lot of trouble. She hits a rolling senton in the corner and Britt is in trouble.

Baker and Thunder Rosa have been feuding since November. Baker hits Rosa with a high kick when she gets stuck and attacks Rosa in the corner of the ring, wrenching on her head and shoulders.

Britt Baker is back in trouble as she finds herself the target of Thunder Rosa’s constant attack. Rosa hits Baker with attacks in the corner and a dropkick to the face as well.

Britt Baker fights back with Rebel’s distraction. She tries the lockjaw but Baker reaches the ropes. Baker hits the knee and is pinned, but Rosa gets out of it, and Baker is fighting for the lockjaw again.

Baker does not let go and Rosa hits the back suplex and then the Death Valley Driver for a near-fall.

Rosa has the submission locked in, Rebel gets in and causes a distraction. Rosa takes out Rebel, but not before she exposes the turnbuckle.

Baker sends Rosa into the exposed metal turnbuckle face first and is knocked out. Baker locks in the lockjaw, and the referee seeing the exposed turnbuckle ends the match.

Winner: Britt Baker

Post-match, Dr. Sampson comes in to check on Thunder Rosa. She’s helped out of the ring by Sampson and a referee.

– Last week, Matt Hardy tells Tony he and Hangman Page are just two Carolina boys hanging out and hope they can more often. Page tells Hardy he isn’t looking to be in a new tag team, or sign one of his corny contracts. He’s just in the dressing room to get dressed and that’s it Hardy gets it and was just thinking Page might to want get a match under his belt and wouldn’t mind being his partner for the one match. Page agrees to taking on Chaos Project.

Hangman Page and Matt Hardy vs. Chaos Project 

Hangman Page starts off well against Serpentico, with a Running Shooting Star Press. He brings Serpentico into his corner, with Matt Hardy coming in. Hardy hits the Side Effect, but Luther tags in and goes after Hardy.

Luther dumps Serpentico into Hardy and the match continues. Hardy is now being isolated by The Chaos Project.

Hangman tags in and hits a big spinebuster on Serpentico. Matt takes out Luther. Hangman goes for the Buckshot, but Luther pulls his leg out from under him. Luther goes for the cannonball and misses Hangman, who hits Serpentico with the Buckshot Lariat.

Matt Hardy tags himself in and pins Serpentico.

Winners: Matt Hardy and Hangman Page

— Backstage, The Inner Circle’s Chris Jericho and MJF celebrate getting the No. 1 contendership for the tag team titles. Sammy Guevara is not in a celebratory mood at all and walks off saying that Chris Jericho and MJF only helped themselves. MJF throws the cameraman out to have a conversation with the rest of the Inner Circle. 

Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford Wedding:

Kip Sabian, Miro, Chuck, and Vickie Guerrero make their way down to the ring. Penelope Ford is down to the ring as well and stands opposite Kip. They have their personal vows to share. Kip promises to cherish Penelope forever, calling her beautiful. Penelope does the same and they exchange the rings. Miro hands Kip the rings.

Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford say their ‘I do’s. Before James Mitchell makes the wedding final, he was about to ask if there was anyone with objections, but Miro said that his experience with weddings meant they were not asking that question.

James Mitchell makes the wedding official and they share their first kiss.

Miro makes Chuck bring the champagne and gives the toast for the wedding. He says that he has been wedded himself and he says that Miro himself is Kip’s present, as his knowledge and power is the present for Kip Sabian.

He then points out the present in the corner of the ring, and Chuck says that the gift is from him. It was human sized, and Miro was suspicious, attacks it and throws the present out. Miro starts to give his speech as the audience sing the What Is Love song.

Before anyone knows what’s happening, Chuck shackles Miro to the bottom rope. This sends Penelope into the cake. Kip and Penelope beat him down, but Orange Cassidy gets out of the cake and then hits Sabian with a driver. Miro is furious.

Lance Archer vs Eddie Kingston in Lumberjack Match

Both Superstars brawl in the ring and on the outside as the lumberjacks get involved. Lance Archer dives out on top of everyone taking them out. Lance Archer and Eddie Kingston assault one another as they continue to brawl and it’s a sight to see. This is brutal.

Bunny gets involved in the match but Archer has her up for Blackout. Eddie Kingston hits Archer with the spinning backfist, rescuing Bunny. Jake Roberts takes out Angelico on the outside as the match continues.

Blade sets up a table in the corner, but Bronson spears Blade through the table. His tag team partner takes out Butcher and Archer hits the Urinagi on Kingston for a near-fall. Archer hits the enormous Blackout on Eddie Kingston.

Winner: Lance Archer

After the match, Archer hits the enormous Blackout on Eddie Kingston.

– Backstage, FTR can’t believe Jungle Boy went to Tony Khan, complained, and got them suspended. Tully Blanchard says everyone is scared of them, so they keep getting banned to keep them away. Tully says what does it take to get them a title match! Harwood says they aren’t bad men, but they think to themselves what would bad men do? Harwood then yanks over Marko Stunt, who is locked to a chair and has tape over his mouth.

– Joey Janela says he and Allin have a long history of mangling themselves in the ring, but next week the stakes have never been so high. Janela says that he’s back, and the future TNT champion is going to be a bad, bad boy.

The Good Brothers and Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley, PAC, and Rey Fenix

Karl Anderson and PAC begin the match with PAC taking Anderson down. Gallows comes in as does Jon Moxley. They exchange shots, but the brawl continues. Moxley hits Gallows with several strong shots and then hits the elbow across his chest.

Fenix comes in next and slaps Karl Anderson. He works with PAC to take down Anderson and they hit him with two standing Moonsaults. Kenny Omega fights down PAC and they isolate him in their corner.

Kenny Omega is hit with a knee as he lifts PAC up. PAC hits a German Suplex and tags in Moxley. Moxley attacks Anderson.

PAC hits the massive Shotgun Dropkick and takes out The Good Brothers on the outside. Rey Fenix hits the Cutter off the top rope on Kenny Omega and goes for a Death Valley Driver, but Omega gets out of it. Omega knocks down Fenix on the top rope and then hits a Snapdragon Suplex from that position.

PAC comes in and takes out the legs of Doc Gallows. He eats a Superkick from Gallows and is in trouble as Kenny Omega sends him into a corner with all three of his opponents hitting a combined powerbomb-style move on him.

Kenny Omega hits the Liger Bomb on PAC for a near-fall. Omega hits the V-Trigger on PAC and then goes for the One-Winged Angel, but PAC gets out of it. Jon Moxley, PAC, and Fenix all hit big moves on Omega, and PAC hits a Bridging German Suplex for a near-fall.

Omega and Moxley battle, as Moxley hits Omega with a huge knee strike., The other members of the match ake each other out and Fenix hits a furious plancha on Anderson. Kenny Omega takes Moxley down, but PAC hits the 450 on top of the pin breaking it down. Moxley takes out Anderson with a Cutter, and Fenix hits the Moonsault for a near-fall.

Karl Anderson hits the Spinebuster on Fenix, and Good Brothers hit the Magic Killer on Fenix for the three count!

Winners: Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers

After the match, the group stomps away on Fenix. Moxley gets in the match, but is dropped. Lance Archer’s music hits and he clears out Anderson and Gallows. Moxley and Omega are still in the ring. From behind, Moxley is blinded and it’s KENTA! He’s the number one contender for Moxley’s IWGP US Championship. KENTA hits go to sleep on Moxley! Omega smiles at KENTA as he heads out of the ring. Omega puts his foot on Moxley and celebrates as the show closes.

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