AEW has been on a journey of evolution, marked by significant changes and developments across various aspects, including their presentation. Following the unveiling of a new stage design for AEW Dynamite, it seems that AEW Collision will also undergo a transformation but it may only be for this week’s episode..

With a determination to make 2024 a standout year, AEW has signaled a shift after the Revolution pay-per-view, marking the end of an era and the beginning of new initiatives.

According to Sports Illustrated, AEW CEO Tony Khan sees the post-Revolution period as the opportune moment to introduce a new set for AEW Dynamite. This move signifies the start of a fresh chapter, particularly following Sting’s remarkable three-year tenure and his departure as an undefeated AEW tag team champion.

The new set for Collision looks similar to the AEW Dynamite set, with updated screens and two entrances. Since yesterday’s AEW Dynamite was also taped in the same venue, they probably just kept the new set for this week. It’s unclear if they’ll go back to the original set next week or if this change is permanent. We’ll have to wait and see.


As AEW embarks on this new era, fans eagerly anticipate the unveiling of the refreshed stage design, signaling further innovation and excitement within the promotion.

What do you think of the new setup for AEW Collision? Let us know in the comments below.

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