WWE had to make a very difficult choice to handle the coronavirus. They are now holding WrestleMania 36 in front of zero fans at the WWE Performance Center. This is a big step to keep wrestling going during an awful time in world history.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer mentioned WWE’s plans for the show of shows. He said that due to the new location nothing is locked down in regards to what matches fans will see.

Previously advertised contests are happening, but those that the company is still building might have to wait.

“Basically [I was told] anything that isn’t announced other than Randy Orton and Edge are obviously having that last man standing match. Either else other than that’s been in announced is up in the air whether they’ll have the match because the card’s so long, it’s not just Raw. There are a lot of suggestions going around, but nothing is official. You’d think it would be official, but it’s not. They had a complete card, but now they don’t, but there ya go.”

WWE is keeping WrestleMania on April 5th. At least fans will have wrestling during this time. It’s just anyone’s guess at this point how long of a show WrestleMania will be this year.

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