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AEW ends first go home show with so much chaos, too much chaos?

Can there be too much of a good thing?

AEW put that theory to the test Wednesday night on Dynamite. Only days out from the company’s first pay-per-view since moving to TNT, how AEW handled their first go home show was a storyline to watch.

For the most part AEW treated tonight (Nov. 6) as they have any other episode of Dynamite. There’s something said for being subtle, and AEW hit on their promos, video packages, and of course their in-ring work.

How did AEW end their first go home show? With chaos, brawling action, and high spots. The ending felt similar to their first show, and a month into Dynamite, AEW has proven that they do these all-out, never-ending chaos scenes better than most.

If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, or can you go to the well one too many times?

The final few minutes of Dynamite really have to be seen.

Cody Rhodes got his hands on Chris Jericho again.

Jon Moxley with the most Jon Moxley entrance ever.

And Nick Jackson causing the live crowd to erupt.

The Full Gear pay-per-view (PPV) takes place on Sat., Nov. 9, 2019, at the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland.

Get complete Dynamite results and coverage here.

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