WWE officials have reportedly replaced several back-up plans if they no longer allow filming of TV content due to the COVID-19 epidemic in the state of Florida, due to the Kuwait-19 epidemic.
However, the Observer also reported that WWE shut down due to Linda McMahon’s Super PAC (Political Action Committee) promising to spend $ 18.5 million in Florida to the Sunshine State for Donald Trump’s 2020 election campaign. Can not be done. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis being loyal to Trump.
It was also noted by a source close to the situation, via The Observer, that WWE President and CEO Vince McMahon has “Decentes by the balls”. It’s no secret that Decentis wants WrestleMania Fans are able to resume some regular operations with fans once the sports league returns to Florida.
Things get so bad in Florida that there is a complete lockout, McMahon designed a study and now has several different locations as a back-up plan.
One of the possible back-up locations is the WWE TV studio near the company headquarters in Stamford, CT, where there was a “Firefly Fun House” match between John Cena and “The Find” Bray Wyatt. WrestleMania 36. It is said that WWE can make that setting as they used at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando. One issue with using the Stamford location, and any other location outside of Florida, is that they will not have easy access to contract wrestlers to use as crowd members.
WWE A wrestling competition The venue is still designated as a performance center today. WWE continues to search for outdoor locations outside of Florida, and is still considering catching a beach or a boat A wrestling competition On 23 August. Earlier this week it was reported that WWE added a payback pay-per-view to its internal schedule, with plans for the week following A wrestling competition On August 30, PWInsider reported that the payback was scheduled to take place at the Performance Center.
Stay tuned for updates.
Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
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