AEW Dynamite notes: Beach Break main event, Cody/Shaq, Revolution PPV

The Good Brothers & Kenny Omega are teaming up at AEW Beach Break, a match with Revolution implications added to Beach Break and more.

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AEW is presenting their Beach Break edition of Dynamite on February 3rd. Previously announced for the show was Thunder Rosa versus Britt Baker. The main event of the show is official and it’ll feature AEW World Champion Kenny Omega teaming with IMPACT Tag Team Champions Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson to take on Jon Moxley, Rey Fenix and PAC. Omega, Gallows and Anderson scored a win as a trio in the main event of IMPACT Wrestling’s Hard To Kill pay-per-view.

Also announced for Beach Break is a tag team Battle Royal. The winners of the Battle Royal will challenge The Young Bucks for the AEW World Tag Team Championships at Revolution on 2/27.

To open Dynamite, The Dark Order celebrated the birthday of Brodie, Jon Huber’s son. John Silver, Alex Reynolds, Colt Cabana and Hangman Adam Page took on Luther, Serpentico, Angelico and Jack Evans. Brodie Jr. hit Luther with a kendo stick which led to Luther falling face first into Brodie’s birthday cake. After the match, Hangman Page denied The Dark Order’s invitation to join the group.

There was a segment that aired on the show that included The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega and Don Callis. The Bucks got into a back and forth with Callis and presumably superkicked him. The superkick was not shown on camera but Don had a “black eye” afterwards.

Announced for the 1/27 episode of Dynamite is a singles match between Dax Harwood and Jungle Boy. Eddie Kingston will meet Lance Archer in a singles match, Cody Rhodes is going to respond to Shaquille O’Neal after their interactions by way of Jade Cargill and along with that, The Young Bucks are teaming with The Good Brothers to face Dark Order (Stu Grayson, Evil Uno, John Silver & Alex Reynolds).

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