The novel coronavirus shut down sporting events all over the world. Now things are slowly starting to re-open, but fans aren’t a part of the picture yet.

Florida, Oklahoma, Georgia, and Arizona have made attempts to open the doors for pro sports. Now California is getting on board with empty arena shows starting in June.

California Governor Gavin Newsom revealed during a Monday press conference that pro sports are coming back to California if they can maintain the current COVID-19 numbers.

“Pro sports in that first week or so of June without spectators and modifications and very prescriptive conditions also can begin to move forward…if we hold these trend lines in the next number of weeks,”


SoCal Uncensored reported that New Japan Pro Wrestling has plans to utilize their California Dojo sometime in the summer. They will be able to pull this off with zero live fans if California opens pro sports back up once again.

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