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AEW Tapes Months Worth Of Content, Tony Khan Provides Clarity On Enforcement Visit During Tapings

All Elite Wrestling has completed several days of television tapings a the 1 Fall Power Factory training facility in Norcross, GA.

According to Wade Keller of Pro Wrestling Torch, AEW sources have revealed the company has enough footage tapes to fill two hours of weekly television for weeks if not months if needed.

Sources from AEW indicate they have enough footage taped to create storyline-advancing matches that can fill two hours of weekly TV for TNT every Wednesday night for weeks if not months if necessary. Some of the matches could end up airing on AEW Dark instead of Dynamite if stay-at-home orders lighten up and it seems prudent and safe to gather wrestlers and crew again to film new content after a few weeks of isolation.

Yesterday, reports surfaced regarding Georgia State Officials attempting to “shut down” the tapings, but agreed to let the promotion proceed with the tapings after reviewing the required paperwork.

Tony Khan reached out to Wrestling Inc, and provided clarity on the report indicating a local code enforcement official was present at the tapings, but was only there to ensure proper permits were obtained.

Khan stated the visit was only a routine check-in, and all is well on both sides.