WWE is dealing with the coronavirus in the best way that they can. They are trying to keep wrestling on television as they air from the WWE Performance Center. This will be a very interesting time for pro wrestling as empty arena matches will become commonplace.

Live events are not essential during this time of a global pandemic. The CDC recommended that all gatherings over 50 people be called off.

The ASM Global Rapides Parish Coliseum in Alexandria, Louisiana has now nixed their upcoming WWE live event. No rescheduled date has been announced for the cancelled Saturday, March 21st event.

Dave Meltzer stated on Wrestling Observer Radio that the company is not going to publicly acknowledge every cancellation. The will carry on with their new plan and host television from the WWE PC as long as they are permitted.


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