AEW Dynamite: Beach Break Results (1/26)

Preview For Tonight’s AEW Dynamite Beach Break

AEW Dynamite: Beach Break Results – We are live live from the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio, where cody Rhodes and Sammy Guevara are already in the ring for our first match of the night.

TNT Championship Unification Ladder Match
Sammy Guevara (C) vs. Cody Rhodes (C)

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running. Cody and Sammy shake hands and then Cody smacks Sammy on the chest and the two begin to get after it. We see Cody roll away from an offensive attempt by Sammy and then taunt him a bit.

Now the two lock up. Sammy sends Cody into the ropes, but Cody comes off of them and shoulder-tackles Sammy down to the mat. He throws up a one-arm biceps pose to add insult to injury. Sammy knocks Cody down moments later and then taunts him right back while the fans chant “Sammy! Sammy!”

After some more back-and-forth action, Cody hooks Sammy’s arms and looks for a Tiger Driver ’98, however Sammy counters and hoists “The American Nightmare” up with intentions of hitting his GTH finisher, but Cody avoids it. The action continues and after Sammy gets Cody down, he slides out of the ring and looks to bring a ladder into the mix for the first time in the bout.

Cody ends up taking Sammy out in the entrance aisle and then he retrieves another nearby ladder and drapes it across the ring apron and barricade separating the fans. Nothing happens with it, as Sammy attacks Cody and the fight spills into the crowd. The two trade shots as they pass by a bunch of the fans inside the Wolstein Center.

As we hear a “Sammy! Sammy!” chant break out, Cody hits a big clothesline that knocks Sammy over the barricade and back onto the ringside floor. As Cody gloats in the crowd, Sammy comes flying off the barricade and takes Cody out with a big splash.

The fight makes its’ way back into the ring, and for the first time we see a ladder make an appearance inside the squared circle. The ladder gets set up in the middle of the ring and each guy takes turns climbing in an attempt to capture the TNT Championship hanging from the rafters, however each time they are stopped. Finally they each climb up opposite sides of the ladder at the same time.

While the fans break out into a split “Let’s go Sammy!” and “Cody sucks!” chant, the two duke it out on top of each side of the ladder. Cody ends up getting the better of the exchange. He hooks Sammy and sends him for a long ride off the ladder, as he connects with a big superplex off the top. After the two land, we see immediate replays of the spot. From there, Excalibur talks us into a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

When we return from the break, we see the ladder set upside down and unfolded in the ring. Cody then hoists Sammy up and hits an inverted suplex, dropping Sammy sternum first in the middle of the opening. We see some immediate replays of that as Cody follows up by securing a figure-four leg lock on Sammy with a ladder placed on top of him.

The fans try and rally behind Sammy by chanting his name. Meanwhile, Cody sets the ladder back up the normal way in the middle of the ring under the TNT Championship. Cody blasts Sammy with a pair of knife-edge chops. He turns to boast, and again this decision backfires on him as Sammy fires up for an offensive comeback. Cody ends up cutting it short after throwing a ladder at Sammy, Sabu-steel-chair-style.

Now we see a second ladder introduced into the mix, and with both set up next to each other in the ring, Sammy leaps from one and hits a flying cutter to bring Cody off of the other. We see multiple camera angles show replays of this high spot as the fans break out into a thunderous “Holy sh*t!” chant. After the two recover and get back after it, we see another wild spot as Cody hits a crazy Cross-Rhodes to bring himself and Sammy off the two ladders.

Both guys end up climbing up a ladder a few moments later and each end up grabbing onto the bar holding the TNT Championship as the ladder is knocked out from under them. We see the two continue to hang on but ultimately both drop and crash and burn on the mat down below. The fans are going nuts as the physicality and intensity of this one picks up.

With the action spilling out to the floor at ringside, we see Cody repeatedly slam a ladder onto the knee of Guevara. After doing this a few times, Sammy’s best friend, Fuego Del Sol, runs out to scold Cody for his vicious behavior. Cody ends up hitting him with a Cross Rhodes. Immediately after this, Sammy comes flying into the picture as he connects with a splash after springboarding off the top-rope. He hits another high spot and then takes Cody to the floor where he hits his GTH finisher at ringside.

As Cody is down and out, Sammy brings out another ladder from under the ring and creates a ladder-bridge from the ring apron to the ringside barricade. He then brings out and sets up another ladder in front of the aforementioned ladder bridge. He hits Cody with a couple of shots to ensure he stays out while laid across the ladder bridge, and then he begins climbing up the additional ladder. He does the “I’m crazy” hand-gesture after settling on the top of the ladder. He extends his arms and soaks in the atmosphere before leaping off and hitting a senton splash onto Cody.

Sammy looks to be nearly as beaten up as Cody after taking that fall. Both guys are down and out as the commentators talk us through multiple replays of that wild high spot. Sammy is back to his feet first, and he re-enters the ring. He sets up a ladder and begins climbing as Cody is also finally back up and moving. Cody now enters the ring and climbs up after Sammy. The two begin trading shots on opposite sides of the ladder. Sammy hits Cody with one of the hanging belts, which knocks him down to the mat below. He then unhooks both TNT Championship belts to win the match and become the Undisputed TNT Champion. Great opening match for this Beach Break special edition of Dynamite on TBS.

Winner and NEW Undisputed TNT Champion: Sammy Guevara

Team Taz With A Message From The Snowy Beach In Cleveland

After the opening contest wraps up, the commentary team sends things over to an “earlier today” segment where Tony Schiavone talks to Team Taz members Ricky Starks and Powerhouse Hobbs at the snowy beach in Cleveland, OH.

Powerhouse Hobbs talks first, addressing his loss to Dante Martin. He challenges him to a rematch. The FTW Champion Ricky Starks then speaks up and ends up making a match with himself taking on Jay Lethal on Rampage.

Handicap Match
Wardlow vs. Elijah Dean & James Alexander

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one.

We immediately see Wardlow nearly take the heads off of Dean and Alexander with a big clothesline. He then begins the power bomb symphony as he hoists Dean up and brings him down with a vengeance.

He does the same to Alexander and then begins churning them out like butter over-and-over-and-over again, finishing by power-bombing one of his opponents onto the other and putting his boot on them for an arrogant pin fall, which secures him the easy victory.

Winner: Wardlow

Chris Jericho, Santana & Ortiz vs. Daniel Garcia & Team 2point0

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running. Jericho and Matt Lee kick things off for each team. Santana ends up tagging himself in before anything happens, which confuses Jericho, but ends up affecting Santana even worse as he is ambushed from behind and ultimately double-teamed by Lee and Jeff Parker.

Team 2point0 beat down Santana and then Parker settles in the ring as the legal man. Santana starts to fight back into competitive form and begins hitting three suplexes in a row on him, tagging in Ortiz to hit one final one as a double-suplex. Ortiz goes for a follow-up splash and then covers Parker, but Parker kicks out after the count of two.

As the action continues, we see a pattern evolve where Santana & Ortiz are only tagging each other in, essentially excluding “Le Champion” from the match. Eventually, Jericho tags himself in and this leads to an argument within The Inner Circle trio in this match. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

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