WWE doesn’t publicly talk about COVID-19 issues even if there is an outbreak in the company. Three women needed to be pulled from Clash Of Champions, but that doesn’t mean they have the highly contagious virus.
During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer made it clear that all three of the women pulled from Clash Of Champions were not positive for COVID-19. In fact, it’s not clear if any of them have the virus. This might be all for precautionary reasons, but WWE doesn’t let people clarify one way or the other.
“I know at least one of the three and probably two of the three do not have COVID-19, they were in contact with someone who does, so it might even be all three. I know for sure one (doesn’t have COVID-19) and I think two.”
“WWE was afraid of a COVID-19 spread, and they were in contact so they were not allowed on the show, but they’re all — I don’t know how all of their health is, but at least two of the three are not unhealthy as we speak. Hopefully, they do not get unhealthy.”
Nia Jax was very upset about how WWE said she was not medically cleared to compete at Clash Of Champions. The usual protocol for possible COVID-19 exposure is a 14-day quarantine. Hopefully, everyone can come back to WWE television as soon as possible in great health once again.
Transcription by Ringside News