AEW May Need To Find New Filming Location After Latest Shelter-In-Place Order

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Wednesday night's broadcast of AEW Dynamite was filmed at One Fall Power Factory (aka "The Nightmare Factory"), a gym owned and operated by QT Marshall, in Norcross, GA. Previous empty-arena broadcasts have come from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, but AEW had to move, following both a shelter-in-place order in the state of Florida, and the fact that the site has become a coronavirus testing center.

AEW may need to once more find a new filming location, after a shelter-in-place order has been issued in the state of Georgia.

State Governor Brian Kemp issued the order, which is currently in effect through Monday, April 13.

Dave Meltzer did note on Wrestling Observer Radio that AEW filmed lots of content in Norcross this week, so it's possible they could fill programming hours with matches and segments that are already in the can.

The first round of the TNT championship tournament is set to begin on next week's episode of Dynamite. There, Cody Rhodes will go one on one with Shawn Spears, a rematch of last year's All Out pay-per-view.

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