IMPACT Wrestling is taking care of their talent in a trying time, as they are still paying talent for the shows they’ve canceled in March due to the coronavirus.
According to IMPACT Tag Team Champion Ethan Page, the company is still paying the per-day talent for the events originally scheduled for the end of this month.
Want everyone to know @IMPACTWRESTLING is paying the per-day talent for the cancelled events happening @ the end of March
Just incase the sheets wants a heart warming story … instead of assuming the worst 🤙
— Ethan Page played by Julian (@OfficialEGO) March 16, 2020
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, IMPACT postponed its March 28 Lockdown event in Windsor, Ontario, as well as the March Breakdown event the following night in Belleville, Michigan. The company is still monitoring the situation as far as their scheduled April events, TNA There’s No Place Like Home in Tampa and Rebellion in New York City, are concerned. The company’s latest statement is as follows:
As a result of the continuing developments regarding COVID-19, Lockdown on March 28 in Windsor, ON and March Breakdown on March 29 in Belleville, MI have been postponed. Please pursue refunds through your original point of purchase.
We continue to monitor the situation actively and are reviewing the recommendations from the appropriate government agencies and local communities, particularly as they relate to There’s No Place Like Home scheduled for April 3 and Rebellion scheduled for April 19.
We will continue to update our plans as the situation evolves. In the meantime, you can still join us on Tuesday nights at 8/7c on @AXSTV for IMPACT.
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