The June 30 Dynamite was AEW’s last show in Jacksonville’s Daily’s Place before they head back out on the road.
A lot has happened during the 14 months the company’s made the city its home during the pandemic. So they took time at the end of the episode to run a video package recapping their time there.
Even if it didn’t feature a lot of the late Brodie Lee, including the unforgettable memorial show AEW put on for him in December, it would be hard not to get chills watching that. It’s a really good video, covering a run of quality shows that provided a lot of people with a distraction during a pretty stressful time in our all of our collective lives.
The way the show ended didn’t ruin that ending or anything, but Jim Ross telling people “nothing will top seeing a live WWE Dynamite” certainly wasn’t the way Tony Khan would have drawn it up...
And as you may recall, this isn’t the first time Ross has had this little problem:
Oh well, JR. We’ll always have Jacksonville.