AEW TV Tapings Shut Down For Awhile – How Much Were They Able To Record?

All Elite Wrestling had resorted to filming their TV Tapings at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. However, it became impossible for the company to do their tapings in FLorida, so AEW went on the road to an “undisclosed location,” which ended up being QT Marshall’s facility in Norcross, Georgia.

AEW was able to tape footage over the course of three days, recording enough footage to potentially last well into May.

The amount of footage that AEW was able to record was discussed on a recent episode of Wrestling Observer Radio.

“They taped Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday this week. They taped tons of stuff. I’m presuming they taped the TNT Title tournament at least up to the finals. I don’t know that they taped the finals. Maybe they did, maybe for back-up they probably should have, but that’s supposed to be on May 23rd.”

“There are not going to be any AEW tapings for a while. They are shut down for a while. Now, you know what’s gonna happen on May 23rd, nobody knows? Are they gonna get an empty arena? Are they gonna get people to travel? Who the hell knows. The one thing about this taping is the only people at this taping other than Chris Jericho who did a lot of TV announcing, aside for Jericho the only people who were there are the ones who were there on Wednesday so it’s that crew over and over and over again.”

None of the talents whom reside in New York and California were allowed to travel to the tapings. This of course means the absence of Santana & Ortiz, as well as The Young Bucks, and two-thirds of the Jurassic Express. As it seems as though only Marko Stunt was able to make the tapings from the group.

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