WWE discovered lot of positive coronavirus tests in the company. They are still making plans for the future and that includes getting in front of real fans again.

The company did away with the idea of “friends and family” at the television tapings this time around. Bryan Alvarez noted on Wrestling Observer Live that he’s heard that a couple of those friends and family might have tested positive for COVID-19.

Fightful reports that WWE has been “planning for weeks to make moves outside of the WWE Performance Center and Full Sail University.” These events are planned to run in front of real fans.

The report says that social distancing will be implemented with real fans and a venue has apparently been contacted. Lakeland’s RP Funding Center was listed as a possible venue. ROH has been to that venue several times over the past few years. It is about an hour away from Orlando.


It was reported that a few Superstars had heard word of this plan as well. Plans can always change, but the company is inching closer to running an event in front of real fans.

It was not noted how today’s influx in positive coronavirus cases might go to change those plans.

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