Back in the day Bash at the Beach was one of the more prominent events of the year for World Championship Wrestling. At first I thought that Bash at the Beach would be a PPV event, but with it being a special episode of Dynamite instead makes things a bit more interesting. It's still early and I think that if anything All Elite Wrestling will adopt a more realistic PPV schedule for a modern wrestling fan which just means not having 12 PPV events a year to give the promotion more time between events.
Focusing on tonight's show Sammy is the best place for Jon Moxley to start as he heads to Chris Jericho and the All Elite Wrestling World Championship. At this point I'm more interested in the Dark Order then the current rivalry between MJF and Cody only, because of how little time they have spent making us care or fear The Butcher & The Blade. The Bash at the Beach brand has a long legacy in pro-wrestling and tonight All Elite Wrestling has a chance to add another chapter to this historic wrestling event. I know that Cody and MJF is the type of feud that I thought Shawn Spears vs Cody could've been and I'm excited to see where they will go and how long AEW will let this feud simmer.
Either way after last week's step in the right direction I would like to see if the year old company can continue to step in the right direction. I have criticized All Elite Wrestling a lot mainly, because the way AEW presents wrestling normally isn't my cup of tea, but sometimes I will admit that they've hit a home run a number of times in the last year. Mox vs Jericho, Cody vs MJF, and intrigue from the Dark Order all this together shows the potential that All Elite has for the upcoming year to come.