WWE is now considered “essential business.” If you want to know how they pulled that off you can click here. The fact is that Florida is now a very welcoming home for nationally televised pro sports who can perform on a closed set.
Hangman Page had a bit of an existential crisis recently. He pondered the meaning of not being considered “essential.” Sami Zayn chimed in to help him out as well.
Following the news that WWE is now considered an “essential business,” the AEW World Tag Team Champion followed up on his 11-day old tweet with: “lol nevermind.”
Pro wrestling is essential business in Florida after all. AEW’s Daily’s Place location in Jacksonville, Florida could open for AEW to use once again. We will just have to see how things turn out in this situation.
At this time, AEW has television content in the can until at least mid-May. Double Or Nothing on May 23rd is still up in the air, but they have well over a month to figure out how they will present their next pay-per-view.
What do you think about WWE being considered an “essential business?” Does it make you think differently about the fabric of Americana? Sound off in the comments below!