The latest edition of AEW Dynamite took place live from Detroit Michigan. The episode saw multiple returns to AEW television including Miro and Thunder Rosa who have both been off of television for quite some time.
Miro and Thunder Rosa Make AEW Dynamite Returns
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Just after the first match between Claudio Castagnoli and Rey Fenix concluded the camera cut to the backstage area. When the camera panned up, it revealed that Miro was walking into the building. Renee Paquette attempted to get a word with Miro, but he quickly walked into Tony Khan’s office.
Shortly after in the broadcast, Thunder Rosa appeared outside of Khan’s office. She commented that tonight seemed like a good night to make a return. Following that segment, Tony Khan appeared and encouraged viewers to tune into AEW Dynamite next week on TNT for more on these returns. Khan hinted that the announcement next week will be the highly rumored Saturday night AEW show, AEW Collisision. The rumored show is also speculated to have a brand extension for AEW with Dynamite and Collision having two separate rosters.
If this is the case, all of the returns to AEW make sense as the promotion is looking to reintroduce characters and storylines alongside the launch of the new brand.
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