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AEW’s Plans Moving Forward After Full Capacity Was Allowed

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis made a massive announcement back on September 25th that they will enter the third phase of reopening and removing all restrictions for sporting events, despite a plan in place for Florida’s recovery which still encourages any and all sporting events to limit capacity with “limited social distancing protocols.”

According to Sports Radio Personality Andy Slater, Florida Governor DeSantis had given the Miami Dolphins clearance to host matches at full capacity. The Communications Director for Governor DeSantis then clarified that all sporting events and venues are allowed to run at full capacity.

This means that AEW can bring fans back and run shows at Daily’s Place at full capacity if they choose to do so, but haven’t yet.

An announcement was made by AEW this past month that their fans can purchase a season pass in order to watch both Dynamite and Dark shows, which is at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida all throughout November.

Dave Meltzer noted on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that All Elite Wrestling has no plans at the moment to move their shows to a different arena from Daily’s Place as Daily’s Place allows fans to be kept apart from each other and far apart from the ring itself with the large empty section separating them plus the arena is also an outside venue, which is in itself an advantage for them considering the outbreak that happened.

All Elite Wrestling currently positions their fans in section 200 and 300 of Daily’s Place with the lower bowl area being kept empty. This lower area is reportedly where the company keeps their top stars and their legends such as Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Tully Blanchard, Greg Valentine and The Young Bucks.

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