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You have to keep things fresh. Television is the focal point of most wrestling promotions as it is the easiest way to get the fans to see what the company is doing. At the same time, the television show itself has to look good and catch the fans’ attention. That means some changes occasionally need to be made and now one of the bigger wrestling shows going today will be doing just that.

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This week on AEW Rampage, a vignette aired advertising a new look for AEW Dynamite starting with the January 4 edition. Later that night, Vice President of Post-Production Kevin Sullivan posted about the vignette on Twitter, calling it a “bold, new vision” and the result of nine months of work. Sullivan also credited Tony Khan, saying his “vision is boundless”. There is no word on if Rampage will be changed as well.

This is a different way to go. Check out the new look, plus some great moments from Dynamite past:

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Opinion: This is the kind of change that the show needs every now and then. Dynamite has been around for a little over three years now and at some point, AEW has to freshen things up a bit. It might not make the biggest difference, but it is nice to see some effort put in here. If nothing else, it helps give the show some extra energy and that is very nice to see every so often.

What do you think of the new look? What else does AEW need to change? Let us know in the comments below.

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