It was previously reported that AEW hired former WWE’s Vice President of Global Television Production Mike Mansury to serve as their Senior Vice President and Co-Executive Producer and part of Mike’s AEW deal includes the green light from Warner Bros. Discovery and AEW CEO Tony Khan to change the look of AEW Rampage and Dynamite, with the changes going into effect some time in January 2023. AEW President and CEO Tony Khan then revealed during an interview that he does not want to disclose every detail on the changes, especially since January is just around the corner, but he did note that the January 4th episode of AEW Dynamite in Seattle, which marks one full year of their flagship show Dynamite on TBS, will be having a new look and he can also confirm that AEW Rampage will be having a new look as well.
This past week’s episode of AEW Dynamite showed a glimpse of the changes the promotion will be having starting the January 4th episode of AEW Dynamite. A video was recently posted, showing a new logo and color scheme and the ad even includes some of the promotions’s top stars such as Chris Jericho, Samoa Joe, The Young Bucks, Jamie Hayter, Jon Moxley, FTR, Claudio Castagnoli, The Acclaimed and PAC. AEW’s President Tony Khan indicated that this won’t be the only changes the company will be having as their entire show will be getting a makeover as well and the same goes for Rampage.
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First look at the new graphics for #AEWDynamite. The show will have a new look beginning on January 4. pic.twitter.com/jEtxzbSEym— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) December 24, 2022
New #AEWDynamite graphics coming January 4 pic.twitter.com/SpOTS2geF5— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) December 24, 2022