Last night we reported that AEW:Dynamite had to have drastic changes made to it. Three matches in total were changed.

Matt Hardy faced against Santana due to Sammy Guevara’s suspension. FTR took on SCU instead of Natural Nightmares due to QT Marshall being in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, And Jon Moxley’s match had to be cancelled as he had also been in contact with someone who had been tested positive for COVID-19.

We now have confirmation that the person Jon Moxely had been in contact with was his wife Renee Young.

The WWE announcer, interviewer and host has confirmed that she has tested positive for Coronavirus. She took to Twitter to let the world know:

Last week there was one case of a positive Coronavirus test confirmed at the Performance Centre. WWE carried out testing on all members of staff, rumours have varying numbers of confirmed positive cases from this testing ranging from three to a couple of dozen.

WWE released the following statement to CBSsports regarding the situation

“WWE will continue COVID-19 testing of its talent, production crew and employees in advance of TV productions for the foreseeable future,”

WWE will hopefully now follow AEW’s lead and make sure that every member of staff is officially tested instead of just taking temperatures. AEW have been cautious from the beginning to ensure the safety of their staff and their families. If WWE had done the same from the beginning, then Moxley would have been able to be on last night’s Dynamite Show.