WWE experienced a COVID-19 outbreak in their NXT brand. Several Superstars were forced to quarantine after they discovered multiple positive tests.

The black and gold brand had to do the best they could with the show this week. Several members of the roster, especially some in key angles, were not available for the show.

Essentially, they had to write a lot of the show from scratch, leaving some fans to wonder what kind of show they would even have.

As it was reported in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, missing individuals included: Triple H, Drake Wuertz, Pete Dunne, Timothy Thatcher, Alexander Wolfe, Wes Lee, Carter Nash, Zack Gibson, James Drake, Leon Ruff, Isaiah Scott, Johnny Gargano and Candice LeRae.


Just because someone was quarantining doesn’t mean they tested positive for COVID-19. The company made anyone who had contact with someone who tested positive go into quarantine, even Triple H.

It is also believed that Cameron Grimes wasn’t there because they only showed still photos of him during a segment. Hopefully everyone will be able to come back very soon with a clean bill of health.

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