WWE tried bringing friends and family into the Performance Center. Then there was a coronavirus outbreak. The positive test was actually an NXT developmental student. The company is going to keep trying to bring back fans and they have hopes that actual live events will return soon.

We previously reported that WWE booked a couple of live events for RAW television tapings. This is a good sign that they are making plans. There is also the possibility that everything could go up in smoke once again.

According to Wrestle Votes, WWE is shooting for September to bring back live crowds to their events.

Being told with SummerSlam off the table, WWE is now aiming for the end of September as a restart for live audiences. TBD.

The “TDB” is very important in this situation because we never know what the next day will bring at this rate. The company reportedly discovered additional positive coronavirus tests and more adjustments might need to be made.

We’ll have to see if those plans for September actually happen or whether it’s just a really optimistic hope.

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