WWE is carrying on with WrestleMania. It won’t be in front of any fans so it will be a much different show. It might not include everything that WWE planned either.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer stated that the United States Title match planned for WrestleMania might not happen.

As of right now, anything not announced for WrestleMania already is up in the air. We’re not certain if WWE will add anything else to the show. It all depends on how long of an event they want to produce in front of zero fans.

“[Rey Mysterio vs Andrade] may be a championship match at WrestleMania, but as I said because it’s not announced it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will happen, but when you watched it my first thought is that’s it. It could be, but not necessarily. There are a lot of things it could be.”


It seems like Andrade is set to face Rey Mysterio again down the line. They could have even added Angel Garza and Humberto Carrillo to the mix.

There is rumor going around that WWE expects Orlando to shut down their closed-set WrestleMania at the Performance Center. A June date for Madison Square Garden is a part of that rumor.

We’ll have to see what the future holds. Everyone must be diligent as the world tries to work around this difficult situation. Pro wrestling is also doing everything they can to continue in the process.

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