WWE is doing everything they can to keep their show on the air and protect themselves against the coronavirus. Roman Reigns’ history with leukemia is a touchy subject, but it is being addressed according to Dave Meltzer.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, it was said that WWE has doctors who are monitoring Roman Reigns. His leukemia is in remission, but it is still there.

“They have doctors who are going to monitor Roman Reigns, but he’s got a weakened immune system to a degree because the CML leukemia is in him for life. He beat it. It may not come back, it may come back. CML is one of those things that can come back and you know, likely will and he’ll likely go through the same scenario that he did. It’s one of those things that’s in you and it can come back. That’s one of the things that’s not really good as far as risk goes.”

Coronavirus has a tendency to target those who have experienced cancer due to their weakened immune systems.


WWE is screening everyone who comes in the Performance Center. We have no knowledge about precisely what that screening entails at this time.

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