WWE is holding their shows from the Performance Center with zero fans in attendance. This is due to the coronavirus pandemic. The company is doing what they can to make sure that COVID-19 doesn’t breach their doors.

We previously reported that everyone going into the WWE Performance Center was medically screened. Now we know what that entails.

USA Today’s Commercial Appeal recently spoke with Jerry Lawler. He discussed how different RAW was this week with no crowd in attendance. He was it was hard to gauge how the show is doing as the live crowd will typically let people know.

Lawler also revealed that everyone entering the WWE Performance Center is having their temperature checked beforehand. He said this was a different experience, but this entire situation is something unlike anything we’ve ever faced before.

“It was definitely different. Everything about it was different.”

It was also noted in the article that: “He added that everyone who enters the Performance Center has his or her temperature taken.”

This is an uncertain time, but WWE is taking all the precautions that they can. As the days go on we will start to see how effective social distancing is. In the meantime, we are grateful that WWE and AEW are both continuing to provide entertainment for fans.

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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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