It’s Monday, and that means a new episode of Being The Elite.
After a few fun but not super eventful episodes coming out of All Elite Wrestling’s debut pay-per-view (PPV) Double or Nothing, a bunch of interesting stuff happens in the June 10 edition, “Dark Order”:
- Trying to get a Fyter Fest match against MJF booked while prepping for his AEW World title match by watching old Chris Jericho matches, a bad phone connection ends up resulting in Hangman Page getting a 4Way on June 29 that also has Jungle Boy & Jimmy Havoc.
- The team who crashed the end of Best Friends vs. Angelico & Jack Evans in Las Vegas introduces themselves under their new name, The Dark Order (their old name, Super Smash Bros, having obvious copyright issues for a company with a major TV deal). We also learn Evil Uno & Stupified’s minions are called “Creepers”, and get this logo and a possible theme song for the team/group:
- The Young Bucks are booked for House of Glory’s Aug. 9 show in what Matt Jackson says “quite possibly will be our final professional wrestling appearance at an independent wrestling show, maybe ever”.
- Cody Rhodes hypes All Out’s tickets going on sale this Friday, June 14, but Brandi won’t let him guarantee - almost or otherwise - that you’ll get a seat at Sears Centre on Aug. 31.
- Lucha Bros send Nick Jackson a DVD teasing a very important person as the mystery partner (and Pac replacement) for their Fyter Fest trios match against Kenny Omega and the Bucks.
Check it out above, and here’s an updated look at the Fyter Fest card, which will stream live on B/R Live:
- Cody vs. Darby Allin
- The Elite vs. Lucha Bros & ???
- Jon Moxley vs. Joey Janela
- Jebailey vs. Michael Nakazawa
- Hangman Page vs. Jungle Boy vs. MJF vs. Jimmy Havoc