It was previously reported that All Elite Wrestling recently held their latest television tapings for Dynamite from QT Marshall’s Gym in Norcross, Georgia. Dave Meltzer noted on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Radio Program that following AEW’s latest tapings the company will be shut down indefinitely going forward.
The status of AEW’s 2020 Double Or Nothing PPV Event originally scheduled to take place on May 23rd is reportedly up in the air. An empty arena show was reportedly being discussed, but AEW officials are unsure if they will even be able to book or secure a venue with the worldwide coronavirus pandemic issue. The talents in AEW could possible also face numerous issues attempting to travel to the arena for the event.
The talents of AEW as well as the television crew reportedly stayed consistent throughout the company’s recent tapings in Norcross, Georgia. Those talents who are from New York and California were reportedly not included in the tapings as those are the two hot spots for the virus.
Meltzer also mentioned that Tony Khan offered accommodations to any talent or talents that desired to stay in Jacksonville during the first set of television tapings. AEW’s female referee Aubrey Edwards, who is originally from the Seattle area, was reportedly among the crew that accepted the temporary housing offer.