Every Wrestling Event Canceled Or Postponed Due To Coronavirus

WWE, AEW, ROH, New Japan-Pro Wrestling Have Canceled Events Due To COVID-19

Every wrestling event canceled due to coronavirus
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As the the coronavirus pandemic spreads worldwide, many entertainment companies and sports leagues have canceled or postponed up-coming events.

Several wrestling promotions including WWE, ROH, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and AEW have either canceled or rescheduled events due to the outbreak.

NXT will no longer be running at Full Sail University due to the campus being closed. The company has decided to move forward with NXT television tapings at the WWE Performance Center in front of no fans.

WWE has moved all television events, as well as Wrestlemania 36 to the Performance Center in Orlando, FL without fans present.

All Elite Wrestling will be producing Dynamite television events from a closed set without fans in attendance. All up-coming tapings until mid-May have been rescheduled.

Impact Wrestling has canceled all up-coming events, including their Rebellion PPV in NYC.

The United States has imposed a ban of all travel from Europe (excluding U.K.) beginning 3/13.

Different regions have implemented bans on public gatherings, which is expected to impact several wrestling events.

We have compiled a running list of wrestling events affected by the coronavirus outbreak, and will update this page as updates are provided.

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For information on refunds, please contact the box office where the tickets were purchased.