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AEW says a touching goodbye to Jacksonville... then JR calls the show ‘WWE Dynamite’

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.

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