The novel coronavirus is very contagious and no risks should be taken. WWE is taking every precaution they can, but one of their employees did test positive.

WWE Superstars were sent memo saying that there was a positive COVID-19 test within the company. These correspondences were sent out last weekend.

Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that the positive COVID-19 test belonged to a WWE broadcast team member. He did not specify who tested positive, nor did he drop any specific hints. He only said that they are on the broadcast team.

Corey Graves returned to work for Friday last week, and so did Carmella. The Princess Of Staten Island was quick to let fans know that she was not infected. Ringside News exclusively reported weeks ago that neither Carmella or Graves were sick. They elected to not make the trip to Orlando during the last run of tapings.


Hopefully, WWE doesn’t experience any more coronavirus issues as the pandemic has messed life as we know it enough as it is. Vince McMahon is determined to continue running live so we’ll have to see what he has in store.

What do you think about WWE running live television during a pandemic? Do you appreciate WWE Superstars and crew for going through all of this for our entertainment? Sound off in the comments below!

Felix Upton

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