One AEW star seems to have something up their sleeve for the fourth anniversary of Dynamite.
The last few weeks in AEW have proved to be successful for The Young Bucks after they and Hangman Adam Page captured the ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championship at Rampage Grand Slam.
The success continued for the Jackson brothers at WrestleDream when they guaranteed themselves a future shot at the AEW Tag Team Championship by winning a big four-team match.
On the latest edition of Being The Elite, Matt Jackson teased that he’s got a surprise for Dynamite in Stockton, California:
“Just don’t forget it. Denver. There we go. There’s been a lot of shows. Obviously, we’ve had shows. We’re trying to travel from the West Coast to the East Coast every single week. Besides, this one’s in Denver. It’s been a lot. It’s taxing. Guess what? Big night for us, right? Adam Copeland debuts.
“We got our future title match. Yeah, Big things. I would like to do that, by the way. We’re all tired, so I have a little bit of a surprise to make, travel, a little bit of a surprise for us this Wednesday coming up. Stay tuned. I think you guys are all going to be happy. Rick’s [AEW referee Rick Knox] invited, too.”
What else is planned for AEW Dynamite’s fourth anniversary?
There could be even more success for Nick Jackson on Dynamite’s fourth anniversary as he challenges Rey Fenix for the AEW International Championship. Should Jackson pick up the win it would mark the first singles title win of his career.
Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega will continue their alliance to take down The Don Callis Family as they face Sammy Guevara and Konosuke Takeshita.
Adam Copeland will also address the AEW audience for the first time since he shocked the world by debuting at WrestleDream.