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Backstage AEW Notes From Dynamite – New Reports

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Even though there were fewer people there than at the previous Los Angeles concert, the AEW Dynamite tapings this week in Los Angeles, California, nonetheless had a respectable live audience.

In comparison to AEW’s debut in Los Angeles, which drew a sold-out crowd, fewer individuals attended this week’s tapings, according to a report from Pwinsider. However, as the event went on, the live audience “packed in,” and the attendance was “very healthy-sized.”

Expert ring announcer Justin Roberts made his first appearance on television in a few weeks when he entered the ring for the most recent Dynamite episode. The reason for Justin’s recent absence is that he had been seeing his ill mother who was in the hospital. People behind the scenes were pleased to see Roberts, a 43-year-old TV personality, returning at work we understand that Roberts’ mother is apparently “doing much better.”

Former UFC Women’s Featherweight Champion Cris Cyborg was in attendance for the Los Angeles show.

Jon Moxley is set to have a match abroad outside of AEW soon. The clash is slated to take place in Europe, where he last performed as a WWE Superstar in 2018.

Tony Khan had previously announced that AEW could possibly be touring abroad this year, with the UK being a potential destination. While concrete plans are yet to materialize, fans will apparently not have to wait to see a former World Champion in action internationally.

Jon Moxley is scheduled to participate in the upcoming ScrapperMania 7 event on March 18th at the National Stadium in Dublin, Ireland. Although he was planning to participate in the ScrapperMania 6 in 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak caused its cancelation.


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