A lot of fans have been wondering when things are going to change, and now we know another date when that will not happen.
WWE goes around the world quite a bit on a regular schedule, but that is not so simple with everything going on at the moment. Various countries have all kinds of different travel restrictions at the moment and there is almost no way of knowing when that is going to change. One thing that we do know is where WWE won’t be going, and that means the delays continue.
According to F4WOnline.com, WWE has canceled their upcoming tour of Japan. The tour would have seen three shows on July 2, 3 and 4, though they have all been canceled due to the Coronavirus. There is no word on when the shows will be rescheduled. The next WWE events are NXT events on July 10 and a Monday Night Raw event on July 12, though they will likely be canceled as well.
WWE has a history in Japan. Check out what they have done in the country:
Opinion: You kind of had to know that this was coming and that is going to be the case for a long time to come. There is no reason to believe that WWE is going to be able to have any shows in front of fans in the near or possibly even somewhat distance future. It’s going to be a day by day situation and unfortunately, that day could be a pretty long time away from here.
What can WWE do without live events? How have the shows without fans been? Let us know in the comments below.
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