It appears AEW isn’t slowing down anytime soon with its unique special events as Battle Of The Belts is scheduled to return once again.
AEW recently revealed on Twitter that they will be doing a week of tapings at the Entertainment and Sports Arena in Washington D.C.
The week of tapings will take place starting Wednesday the 5th of October and will culminate on Saturday the 8th of October.
The talking point of the advertisement is that AEW will be showcasing Battle Of The Belts IV in Washington D.C.
Battle Of The Belts 3 only just took place on August the 6th when three championships were on the line. The title matches included the TNT Championship, AEW Women’s World Championship and the ROH World Championship.
The matches resulted in all champions retaining as ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli defeated Konosuke Takeshita, AEW Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa defeated Jamie Hayter and TNT Champion Wardlow defeated Jay Lethal.
From previous trends, the TNT Championship, AEW Women’s Championship and ROH World Championship will most likely feature on the Saturday Night Fight TNT special.
Word on who the champions or challengers will be is unknown, especially with the highly anticipated All Out Pay-Per-View just around the corner.
A wildcard title match for the event could feature the FTW Championship as it has previously been defended on the special when former champion Ricky Starks defended the title against Matt Sydal at the first instalment of Battle Of The Belts.
You can watch AEW Battle Of The Belts IV internationally on FITE TV.