AEW recorded a lot of content at QT Marshall’s Norcross, Georgia gym. They have recorded enough to last them till Double Or Nothing next month. However, they will still run out of matches to show on TV soon enough. Thankfully, it seems they will be able to broadcast live episodes again.
According to a report by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, All Elite Wrestling will be going back to airing live episodes soon. The report states that the show will be recorded in Jacksonville, Florida’s Daily’s Place for the next few weeks.
AEW is also going back, likely to live programming, in a few weeks, which would put them in the same situation. While this could also change depending on the circumstances and they have enough taped to last for several more weeks, the plan right now is for AEW to go back either weekly or more often starting on 5/6 from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville.
This is now possible due to the Governor of the state of Florida deeming WWE and wrestling in general as an essential business.
The COVID-19 outbreak has taken over the world and it will still take a long time until a vaccine is developed to combat the disease. Till then, AEW will manage to provide content in any way they can. The Daily’s Place is also a great place for professional wrestling.