Wrestling events across all promotions are in uncharted waters COVID-19. Recently, the CDC updated its guidance for containing the Coronavirus and have advised that for the next eight weeks, there be no gatherings of 50 people or more. The fun-loving promotion, CHIKARA has announced that their March 28th event, Cibernetico has been postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
For the safety of all, we are postponing our March 28 "Cibernetico" event. We thank you in advance for your patience, as we work toward being able to confirm a new date. (Rest assured, all tickets will be honored.) While we work on this: we hope you're safe. Let's all stay safe. pic.twitter.com/zzypCHsAwc
— CHIKARA (@CHIKARApro) March 17, 2020
In addition, they’re training facility, The Wrestle Factory, announced last night that it would be suspending all training sessions for 14 days. 14 days is becoming the standard quarantine time during the uncertainty of this outbreak. However, Mike Quackenbush will host a special Booking seminar held via live stream.
— The Wrestle Factory (@WrestleFactory_) March 16, 2020
We've now got a remote class offering for this Friday's special seminar on Booking and Writing for Wrestling! But space is limited in the class, so if you wanna participate, jump on it now! We'll start streaming at 7:30 pm: https://t.co/NDk6CzYpa6 pic.twitter.com/byoK4Flm01
— Mike Quackenbush (@MikeQuackenbush) March 17, 2020
Even WWE is not exempt from these shake-ups. WrestleMania 36 will take place from the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida with no live audience in attendance. Learn more about that at this link.
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