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AEW Beach Break 2022 Predictions

AEW Beach Break is just over 24 hours away, and as is always the case around Supercard’s and PPV, we here at Sports Obsessive have gathered together some of our finest minds to bring to you our AEW Beach Break Predictions.

AEW Beach Break graphic for Adam Cole vs. Orange Cassidy

Cody Rhodes vs Sammy Guevara – Ladder Match

Jon Shartzer: Admittedly, I’m not much of a Cody fan. In fact, you could call me a Cody hater and not exactly be wrong. I hope with everything in me that they make the right call here and put the strap back on Sammy. But Cody is still Cody and he still has a TV show on Turner’s network. Something tells me that he retains. What a shame.
Prediction: Cody Rhodes

Andrew Grevas: As much as I would like to see AEW strap the rocket to Sammy, Cody is walking away with the gold here. Despite how some feel, Cody has put over a lot of talent, and now is the time to get him hot for some major feuds with top talent in the near future.
Prediction: Cody Rhodes

Griffin Kaye: I feel this one could go either way, with AEW potentially surprising us with the unexpected Sammy win since he lost the belt to Cody. I feel Cody however will rule the day and become the official AEW TNT champion to get this reign off the ground, with the constant whispers of a heel turn down the road.
Prediction: Cody Rhodes

Joel Kananen: The most hated babyface in the business and host of TBS’ Go Big Show faces one of the most exciting young talents in AEW. Sammy plus ladder is an exciting combination, but the king of Turner television seems like the choice to grab both belts here.
Prediction: Cody Rhodes

Adam Cole vs Orange Cassidy – Lights Out Match

JS: Part of me feels like the Lights Out match is starting to become overused. Personally, I would save it for a big payoff to a major feud to protect it a little bit. But I digress. With that said, I still think this is going to be a great match. I’m sure we’ll see blood. I’m totally fine with that, but make it make sense, please. If everything goes right, we could have an early contender for Match of the Year. Your winner? Adam Cole, Bay Bay.
Prediction: Adam Cole

AG: This should be one helluva match. Orange gets over with his heart and sympathy from the crowd, not getting his hand raised. Expect Cole to win a war and then move on to something new to keep preparing him for his eventual showdown with Adam Page for the gold.
Prediction: Adam Cole

GK: So far this has been a very one-sided feud, almost entirely dominated by Cole and his larger contingent of allies. Best Friends have been Matt Hardys in this storyline as Cole has been Edge – a rivalry similar lopsided. Hence why I will go out on a limb and say Cassidy gets the feel-good win, albeit with shenanigans aplenty. It is a risky – and some might say foolish prediction – but if Cole wins that’s expected and if Cassidy wins then I can be right. I have nothing to lose and all to gain, really.
Prediction: Orange Cassidy

JK: Two of the most popular acts in AEW will show that size isn’t everything. Cole has been on a hot streak, but this one feels like Cassidy’s chance to harness the power of friendship to eke out a win. Look for Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa to possibly renew their feud with a callback to their classic Lights Out match. I can’t wait for Cassidy to get some blood on his faux jeans.
Prediction: Orange Cassidy

Chris Jericho, Santana, & Ortiz vs Daniel Garcia & 2 Point 0

JS: It seems pretty obvious that AEW is at least hinting at a split between Jericho and his Inner Circle teammates. I don’t think it’s going to happen just yet, but more seeds will probably be planted this Wednesday. I’m definitely expecting some shenanigans in what should otherwise be a pretty good match. Daniel Garcia and 2 Point 0 pick up the biggest victory of their AEW careers, albeit probably not exactly in the cleanest manner.
Prediction: 2 Point 0

AG: Garcia and 2.0 should get the rub here and finalize the ending of the Inner Circle and possibly set up Jericho vs Kingston, with Santana and Ortiz with Eddie.
Prediction: 2 Point 0

GK: In more recent weeks, Daniel Garcia has legitimized himself with pinfall wins over the likes of Eddie Kingston whilst 2point0 have got wins over Santana & Ortiz and Dark Order. With the absence of Jericho on TV and now his return, I think this could spell the end for The Inner Circle who – despite being 2021’s PWI Faction of the Year – has lost some traction. This surprise loss may spell the start of the end so I believe “Red Death” Garcia and 2point0 walk out with the double-u on this occasion.
Prediction: 2 Point 0

JK: Santana and Ortiz seem to be in line for a break-up from the Inner Circle, and a possible reunion with the injured Eddie Kingston. Daniel Garcia has proven to be a major player for AEW and is placed in another major spot in this match. This one is a toss-up but seems like a good night for the bad guys. The losing team can GFY.
Prediction: 2 Point 0

Red Velvet vs Leyla Hirsch

JS: To know faults of their own, this is the match with the least amount of excitement around it on this card. Both women are phenomenal and have to receive a real significant story or push. Britt Baker and Jade Cargill should be looking for new challengers soon. The winner of this match could be in prime position for a shot. My money is on Hirsch, but I’m only about 51% confident in the pick. It’s a toss-up, really.
Prediction: Leyla Hirsch

AG: This needs to be a decisive win for Hirsch. AEW has a lot of women waiting in the wings for their turn to get heated up and Hirsch seems to be next in line.
Prediction: Leyla Hirsch

GK:  This match does seem a bit of an oddity on the card. Both have significantly more wins than losses albeit on B-shows with them often losing when against other roster members the company is keener on pushing. Even as I write this, I am still umming-and-ahhing over who will pick up the victory. However, I will pick Red Velvet on the basis that Tony Khan has made it known she is pegged as a future asset to the company although I would not be shocked if Hirsch prevails.
Prediction: Red Velvet

JK: Easiest call of the night, Legit Leyla goes over Velvet with a dominating win and post-match beat down to solidify her heel turn. Expect everyone’s favorite alien Kris Statlander to get involved and set up an exciting future match-up.
Prediction: Leyla Hirsch

Written by Neil Gray

SPOBS very own Mouth Of The South (West)

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