AEW has announced their holiday schedule, promoting three special shows toward the end of the year and heading into the start of 2021.
The company will air a special edition of Dynamite on December 23 called the Dynamite Holiday Bash. This will air immediately following a Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks NBA game that will take place prior to AEW’s normal timeslot.
AEW has also announced a two week event called New Year’s Smash. The first night will take place on December 30, with Chris Jericho serving as a special commentator. Night two will take place on the first Dynamite of 2021, on January 6. Snoop Dogg will be a special guest on the program.
Winter is Coming, the last special edition of AEW Dynamite, took place last week. In the main event, Kenny Omega defeated Jon Moxley to win the AEW World championship thanks to the help of Impact Wrestling's Executive Vice President Don Callis.