Since the whole world has been put on hiatus with the Coronavirus pandemic, it has changed a lot of normal life for us all. WWE are no different. They are now looking forward and hoping that they can try to get things back to normal as soon as possible. It has been common knowledge for a while now that they are not happy about holding SummerSlam at the Performance Centre. According to new reports there is a plan being developed regarding live shows.
It was announced on Twitter by WrestleVotes that WWE as a new plan to start Live programming instead of pre-recording both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown. The new plans will begin with the SmackDown before SummerSlam and continue through the weekend.
Here is the Tweet in full:
WWE’s new plan is to restart LIVE programming beginning w/ the SmackDown prior to SummerSlam, continuing throughout the weekend w/ the PPV & into RAW. Fans are still TBD. 1 location for all. Not certain on exact location as of yet.
NXT TakeOver will still take place in Orlando.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) August 7, 2020
Lately we have seen a variety of reports regarding WWE’s plans for their second biggest pay per view. These reports have included outside venues such as a beach or even on a boat. We now only have two weeks until the event is supposed to take place, Vince McMahon needs to get a solid lead on a venue suitable before it is too late.