AEW brought on Michael Mansury, the man who was previously thought to be Kevin Dunn’s successor in WWE, and fans saw a big change in Dynamite this week. The company installed a video screen heavy set and new lighting rigs. It seems those changes were well-received.

According to an update on Sean Sapp’s Fightful paywall, the talent he spoke to dug those changes that AEW implemented.

Talent we spoke to seemed to like the visual upgrades for AEW this week.

Michael Mansury didn’t leave WWE and go straight to AEW, but he gave his notice to Vince McMahon’s former company as the pandemic hit. Mansury did in a deal with Tony Khan and, as Senior Vice President & Co-Executive Producer, he is now instrumental in all changes fans see on AEW television from this point on.


We’ll have to see how AEW programming evolves in the next few months. The changes could continue at this point, because Michael Mansury has a diverse skill set and he likely has a ton of ideas he wants to try out.

What’s your take on this situation with AEW changing? Sound off in the comments!

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