This is only a rumor, so take it for what its worth. WWE has had to drastically alter their recent programming and live event schedule, due to the threat of the Coronavirus around the world. Their biggest change being that WrestleMania will now be a two-day event and is now being held at the Performance Center.
According to a recent tweet from WrestleVotes, the company will be taping multiple shows for a week:
The rumor regarding WWE taping shows every day for a week straight starting tomorrow is very much true. Goes to show you, much like AEW, they are unsure how long they’ll be able to do this. WWE is trying to get as much in as possible it seems.
The rumor regarding WWE taping shows everyday for a week straight starting tomorrow is very much true. Goes to show you, much like AEW, they are unsure how long they’ll be able to do this. WWE is trying to get as much in as possible it seems.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) March 20, 2020
Check out what “Stone Cold” Steve Austin did in front of an empty Performance Center:
This makes sense, as the company can get a lot of their programming complete before WrestleMania, and then send the talent home to be with their families. They need to quarantine as much as the rest of us do, especially the number of people that are getting this virus increasing every day.
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