Jim Ross is a major part of AEW, where he continues to showcase his passion and expertise for the sport. He’s in AEW for the long run and has noticed all the changes the company has made over the years. He also believes AEW looks slicer now following production changes.

In the latest episode of the Grilling JR podcast, Jim Ross and Conrad Thompson shared their thoughts on AEW Dynamite before delving into the main topic of discussion, The Rock. Ross commended some of the recent production upgrades on the show, including enhancements in graphics, staging, lighting, and backstage segments.

“I watched Dynamite on Wednesday night and I thought it was a hell of a show. One thing that stood out is how the show looks cleaner and slicker. The production values have noticeably improved, especially in the graphics area. Outstanding.”

Thompson highlighted Renee Paquette’s commentary in the aisleway, likening it to a sideline reporter during an NFL broadcast. He noted an instance where Paquette was providing commentary while standing ringside, with Eddie Kingston’s entrance music playing in the background, creating a sports-like atmosphere.

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“It felt like an NFL sideline reporter, and I thought it was really awesome. It made me sit up and pay more attention because it was so different. It had a real sports feel, and I loved it,” Thompson said.

Ross also expressed his approval, stating, “I liked it. It was a nice little element to add to the show. Somebody had a really good idea there, I think. It caught my attention, enhanced my focus, and kept me engaged.

We will have to wait and see how AEW will continue to improve itself in the coming months, as the company certainly has a lot of momentum going for it at the moment.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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