WWE was forced to pull plans for live events as COVID-19 swept America. The company is making plans to move out of the Performance Center as new rescheduled dates are confirmed.
The company announced a return to Cleveland for September. This is not the only rescheduled event on the company’s agenda. New dates for two separate South Carolina shows have been announced as well.
The Colonial Life Arena announced that their April 20th event is now taking place on Monday, November 16th. This is scheduled to be a taping for RAW.
The WWE Monday Night Raw originally scheduled on Monday, April 20 in Columbia, SC has been postponed to Monday, November 16. All original tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date
The Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina also revealed a rescheduled date. This event was initially set to take place on May 15th, but now it will happen on October 5th. This will be a RAW taping as well.
The WWE Friday Night SmackDown originally scheduled for Friday May 15 in Greenville, SC has been postponed to Monday Night Raw on Monday, October 5. All original tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date.
Any tickets purchased for the original events will be honored for the new dates. It was not confirmed if social distancing or masks will be required. Hopefully, they don’t need to be rescheduled again.
WWE’s July events in Lakeland Florida needed to be cancelled. Vince McMahon really wants to produce SummerSlam in front of live fans as well. Let’s see if he gets his wish.