It is hard to believe at this point that it has been a year since we received the arrival announcement of All Elite Wrestling. It was a small press conference in Jacksonville that started it all when the announcement that a lot of saw coming finally happened and "The Elite" became All Elite. With the financial backing of the Khan Family things looked very promising for the new promotion. Fast forward a year later and the new promotion is still on the upward trend at least as we approach the new year.
The week before Christmas we had our last episode of AEW Dynamite for the year with the holiday break. Now we look forward to the first edition of Dynamite of 2020 and the return home for All Elite Wrestling with some big matches and moments planned for the event. The main question heading into tomorrow's event is what happens between Jon Moxley and the Inner Circle as this could be the breakthrough rivalry for Moxley in a major wrestling which didn't come while he was with WWE.
The most underrated part of the show in my opinion, is Dustin Rhodes upcoming match with Sammy Guevara. Since the very first event under the All Elite banner Dustin hasn't always been a very prominently featured member of the roster, but that was almost expected due to the elder Rhodes advanced age. However, every time Dustin gets in the ring we consistently see that he more than still has what it takes to keep up with modern wrestlers. I firmly believe that Sammy having a short program with Dustin while working with a legend like Jericho it will more than benefit this incredibly talented youngster.
I do think though that AEW needs to give a little to get a little back and that would be letting Dustin try and teach Sammy a lesson or something like that. In a similar fashion Cody can play a similar role to Dustin can with Sammy in his feud with Darby Allin. Both kids are similar youngsters that are still finding their footing on the big stage and in my opinion, there are no better selections to help with this process then Cody & Dustin.