This week’s episode of Being The Elite goes behind the scenes at AEW’s latest show in Jacksonville, Florida. The Young Bucks walk around Daily’s Place the day before the show, sharing some of the inspirations for the venue. It turns out that the unique setup was from the mind of Tony Khan, who was inspired by a wrestling-centric episode of South Park. The Young Bucks also tour TIAA Bank Field, hoping that they could one day host a wrestling event of that scale.
Thank you to everyone who watched @AEWrestling #FightForTheFallen live or on @brlive US/Canada or @FiteTV elsewhere. Over a year ago I dreamed this staging watched South Park, @dailysplace was great tonight! This show wasn’t designed to profit, glad to give back to Jacksonville! pic.twitter.com/jMayB7746Y
— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) July 14, 2019
Several shots of the crowd and the Gorilla area from Fight For The Fallen are shown. We also see MJF “making friends” backstage with Marko Stunt after mistaking him for a six-year-old.
Peter Avalon trains in a library by doing lifts with heavy library books. Then, backstage at the show, Leva Bates is still stoked about her library gimmick, but Peter expresses his frustration. Leva states that she got her own certification as a librarian and that she’ll help Peter through the rough patch. Meanwhile, The Young Bucks are still thrilled over their “long term booking.”
A backstage interview with SCU plays. Kaz has lost his respect for the Lucha Bros after their loss at the show. Hangman talks to a medic as he tends to the wounds inflicted by Chris Jericho. We see a shot from the stage of Jericho’s attack and a ringside angle for the former “Y2J”‘s promo.
— Bleacher Report Live (@brlive) July 14, 2019
Finally, The Young Bucks apologize again to the Rhodes Brothers for their antics over slices of Domino’s Pizza.
The full episode of Being The Elite is embedded below: