WWE has been forced to cancel couple of events so far. Friday Night SmackDown was moved to the WWE Performance Center as well. That likely won’t be the end of WWE having to relocate their scheduled events.

The company addressed potential lost revenue in statement to their investors. John Cena will still be on SmackDown this week and he promised to entertain fans.

WWE has not called off Raw in Pittsburgh yet. Wrestle Votes now reports that announcement is likely coming very soon.

This Monday’s RAW, which was to take place in Pittsburgh, will likely move to the Performance Center as well.


We previously reported that WWE is considering running “several” events at the Performance Center while the coronavirus pandemic is contained.

This is a huge bummer for Pittsburgh fans because “Stone Cold” Steve Austin is set to make a return to Raw for 316 Day. He will likely throw a beer bash at the WWE Performance Center instead.

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