- The latest AEW Dark was temporarily taken down due to a "technical glitch" and premiered again yesterday afternoon. Fans in the comments said the picture-in-picture replays weren't showing up in the original video.
- As noted yesterday, Impact Wrestling brought back David Sahadi to work behind-the-scenes again after previously working for Impact from 2006 until 2017. On Twitter, Sahadi said Impact Wrestling will bring change to wrestling fans, unlike AEW.
"In 2020, @IMPACTWRESTLING is going to give wrestling fans something they've long desired and something AEW promised but never delivered: CHANGE!"
In 2020, @IMPACTWRESTLING is going to give wrestling fans something they've long desired and something AEW promised but never delivered: CHANGE!— DavidSahadi (@DavidSahadi) December 1, 2019
- During a conversation on Twitter, a fan wondered when AEW Dynamite would be coming to the west coast for the first time. Matt Jackson teased a Southern California show could be in the works in the spring.
"Spring time is always beautiful in Southern California," Matt responded.
Spring time is always beautiful in Southern California.— The Young Bucks® (@MattJackson13) November 30, 2019