Monday, March 23, 2020

Cody To Do Dynamite Commentary, Tony Khan Reacts To WWE Changing Camera Angle

Cody To Do Dynamite Commentary, Tony Khan Reacts To WWE Changing Camera Angle
- Cody took to Twitter this evening to announce that he would be doing live Dynamite commentary with Tony Schiavone.

"This Wednesday I'll be joining @tonyschiavone24 on commentary LIVE for #AEWDynamite," Cody wrote. "(I have a bad habit on commentary that I'll be totally leaning into, and hopefully it turns into something fun for the fans watching at home) More info to come..."

There's no word yet on if Jim Ross and Excalibur will also call the action during this week's Dynamite episode, but we will keep you updated.

Cody is also scheduled to wrestle Jimmy Havoc during Wednesday's Dynamite show. Havoc responded to Cody's tweet and warned him.

"Not if I take your tongue you won't be," Havoc wrote.

Below is the current line-up for Wednesday's Dynamite episode, which will take place at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, FL with no regular crowd in attendance:
  • Kenny Omega defends the AAA Mega Title against Sammy Guevara
  • Wardlow vs. Luchasaurus in a Lumberjack Match
  • Lucha Bros vs. Best Friends in a Parking Lot Street Fight
  • Cody Rhodes vs. Jimmy Havoc
  • Matt Hardy and Chris Jericho confrontation
- As noted earlier tonight, WWE switched up the camera angle for this week's RAW from the WWE Performance Center.

While fans on Twitter praised WWE for switching the look this week, a significant number of fans began accusing WWE of copying AEW as soon as RAW hit the air with the new camera angle this week. It looks like AEW President & CEO Tony Khan agreed that WWE got the idea from his company.

Khan responded to a tweet from's Bryan Alvarez, who commented on WWE changing the camera angle. Khan replied to Alvarez's tweet with a GIF of William Dafoe's Norman Osborn character in the 2002 Spider-Man movie. The GIF came from a scene where Osborn delivered one of his most popular lines from the film - "You know, I'm something of a scientist myself."

Former WWE and current AEW ring announcer Justin Roberts responded to Khan's GIF with a GIF of his own, from the "you're not worthy!" scene in the Wayne's World movie.