AEW will be taping live shows on three consecutive weeks, for the October 7, 14 and 21 broadcasts of Dynamite.
The October 28 episode will be taped, following by two more consecutive live shows on November 4 and November 11. The only other taped show prior to December will air on November 18.
With the Full Gear pay-per-view taking place on November 7, AEW boss, Tony Khan has elected to bring in the roster for nine days, between November 4 and November 12.
The October 7 Dynamite will celebrate the 30th anniversary of Chris Jericho‘s legendary career.
The former AEW World Champion will be action in tag team competition with Jake Hager versus the team of Dr. Luther and Serpentico. Also announced for that show is a Dog Collar Match between Mr. Brodie Lee and Cody for the TNT Title. 430 of the 600 tickets available for the show have been sold.
The October 14 edition of Dynamite marks its one year anniversary. Headlining the show will be an AEW World Heavyweight Championship Match, pitting reigning champion, Jon Moxley versus Lance Archer. There is no news on the AEW taping schedule after October 21.
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