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It’s a change. There are all kinds of ways to present a wrestler and some of them work better than others. A slight tweak in how a wrestler comes off can change everything about them, either for good or bad. Occasionally a wrestler with a serious background might want to shake things up a bit and now an established veteran is going to be trying to do just that for himself.

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Dirty Dango, formerly known as Fandango during his time in WWE, was a guest on the Windy City Slam podcast where he confirmed that he had signed a one year contract to join the Impact Wrestling roster. Dango also talked about wanting to transition to a more serious style rather than his established comedy style. There is no word on how he plans to make such a transition, but he did say he was already enjoying wrestling more serious matches.

Dango is a talented star. Check out what he can do in the ring:

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Opinion: This is one of those things that could be a nice change of pace for Dango. He is so well known for his comedy stuff and can use that again if he needs to, but maybe getting to try something different can give him a new dimension. It can be interesting to see how he does when he is given the chance to try, as the talent has never once been in question. It is working so far, and maybe it can go even further.

What do you think of the idea? How will it work for him? Let us know in the comments below.

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