WWE News: The COVID-19 rage in the United States is on an uprise. According to the latest WWE news regarding the commencement of WWE Summerslam, Nevada, when Governor Steve Sisolak announced on Tuesday that the fans attending the shows held in indoor venues to wear masks starting from July 30. Now, WWE has come up with a major update regarding the rising COVID-19 cases that have loomed clouds of doubts on WWE Summerslam.
WWE News: According to Andrew Zarian of Mat Men Pro Wrestling, WWE has backup plans if there is yet another COVID-19 affected lockdown. Here’s what Andrew Zarian stated,
“Everybody is concerned, it’s not just AEW. WWE is very concerned as well & they do have secondary plans. They are in motion just in case. Do I anticipate another shutdown like we had seen? No, I don’t anticipate that. I don’t think anybody anticipates that. I think you need a game plan for sure. AEW has an easy game plan, they just go back to Daily’s Place, but for WWE, it’s so heavy on touring and touring that they really don’t have a safe bet.
“What I was told is that they are looking at six or seven buildings that they could possibly bounce around from if things get closed down a little bit. They would want to be able to tour but more controlled.- This is on the WWE side, I know that everybody is concerned. All sports, any touring brand is concerned over this, it’s not just an AEW thing. Everybody needs to have a discussion. Now whether or not they are in panic mode, I don’t think anybody is in panic mode right now, but it is something to be concerned about.”
WWE News: With the panic the world is going through, WWE is looking to put the best foot forward in case of any lockdown happens. Stay tuned for further updates regarding this news.