AEW Rampage will premiere on August 13, 2021, then air weekly Fridays on TNT before moving to TBS from January 2022. V Insider asked Rampage commentator Mark Henry how Rampage will differentiate itself from AEW Dynamite while maintaining the excitement and energy that comes with Dynamite. “I can tell you right now that there’s going to be a lot of humor in the commentary. As far as the show is concerned, AEW speaks for itself as a brand. You know what you’re going to get from action, sports. We want to make sure it’s more intentional and shocking to the system. I think AEW He’s already done it. My job is not to change anything. I’m just dusting off some dust and making a nicer picture. Mark Henry explained that Kenny Omega wants AEW Rampage to feature women more prominently here. AEW Dynamite has been a fun place most of the time since its inception, But critics will point to the use of vision in AEW’s flagship show. AEW has some amazing women who deserve more TV time than they get in. AEW World Champion Kenny Omega certainly thinks so, as mentioned in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. (H/T : Fightful) “Content that I think we’re missing is in our women’s section. I’d like to see Rampage home to more women’s wrestling. I want people to see, appreciate and enjoy the talent that we have on display. I wish we could show some of these matches that these people might not have seen. We have a lot of great talent in Dark and people may not want to see our YouTube channel. Maybe they just want to watch Dynamite and I want to see a TV producer. I understood that. I think the extra hour with Rampage, instead of giving them more Chris Jericho, more Kenny Omega, more MJF and the guys you know you’ll see on Dynamite; I’d better give them all the very talented individuals you might not see that week,” said Kenny Omega. Log in to answer.