AEW Games' '2.Show' Debut Moved To 1/6 After Careful Consideration

AEW Games moves the 2.Show debut back one week in honor of Brodie Lee.

Originally, the December 30 episode of AEW Dynamite was set to be the first night of "New Year's Smash" and was to be followed by the debut of a new series from AEW Games entitled “2.Show.”

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That all changed when Brodie Lee suddenly passed away on Saturday, December 26, 2020. In his honor, All Elite Wrestling has moved back the first week of their holiday extravaganza in order to pay tribute to Brodie Lee on December 30. In accordance with this, the debut of 2.Show has also been moved back a week.

In the days since his passing, people all throughout the world of wrestling have been paying tribute to Brodie Lee. You can check out some of those tributes at this link.

You can also check out the coverage of the first AEW Games event at this link.

Fightful will have live coverage of the Brodie Lee tribute episode of Wednesday Night Dynamite beginning Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eastern.

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