Amid growing global concerns of the coronavirus pandemic, New Japan Pro-Wrestling has made the decision to cancel even more events.
Coronavirus – Latest Event Calendar
April 4, 5 – WrestleMania 36 – WWE Performance Center
All Elite Wrestling
Updated AEW Event Calendar
AEW DOUBLE OR NOTHING
Las Vegas, NV – May 23rd, 2020
- Las Vegas, NV – May 27th
- Rochester, NY – July 8th
- Newark, NJ – July 22nd
- Philadelphia, PA – July 29th
- Boston, MA – August 5th
- St. Louis, MO – October 7th
- Milwaukee, WI – October 28th
- Houston, TX – November 4th
- New Orleans, LA – December 2nd
- Albuquerque, NM – December 30th
Postponed – Dates TBA
Bullet Club Beach Party
April 4 – Cancelled
Inside The Ropes (UK)
Kevin Owens One Night Only – Rescheduled to June 5
Kenny Omega One Night Only – Cancelled
Trish Stratus One Night Only – Cancelled
March 14 – Hollywood, MD – Postponed until May 29
March 15 – Joppa, MD – Postponed until May 30
March 22 – Culpeper, VA – Postponed, Date TBD
April 17 – Essex, MD – Postponed, Date TBD
Ohio Valley Wrestling
Television tapings cancelled indefinitely
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Some hope for indie wrestlers.
More COVID-19 cancellations.
Will WrestleMania still be too big for one night?
A third wrestler is reportedly under self-quarantine
“The safety of our fans, talent and staff is of utmost importance…”
Rusev is crushing it
Kazuchika Okada recently spoke with NJPW’s official website regarding the […]
Health precautions due to the global Coronavirus pandemic have forced even more changes to the WrestleMania card, according to new reports.
Good news for fans of NXT, it looks like your Wednesday nights are about to reach a TakeOver level of intensity.
Now it will be truly empty.
Keeping the boom contained.
“Ultimately, the health and safety of our fans, wrestlers and staff, as well as society at large is our utmost concern…”
Another show bites the dust.
Pillman gives his opinion on numerous topics.
Saving the Fight for another day
The FITE never ends now
Everyone got a check-up, but is it enough?
Dark is ready to roll.