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Despite recent COVID-19 outbreak at Performance Center, fans still allowed to attend tonight’s WWE NXT

On Tuesday evening it was reported by Dave Meltzer that there had been another outbreak of positive COVID-19 cases within WWE.

The outbreak was at the Performance Center, which would be the third reported outbreak in the developmental system. WWE tapes NXT television from the training facility and also holds training sessions nearby.

The outbreak reportedly happened last Friday. It was noted that the people who were there were asked to quarantine so contract tracing could be done.

Meltzer stated that reports coming from the company noted there are some wrestlers who are affected have been scheduled to work Wednesday’s NXT Halloween Havoc and some parts of the show will need to be changed.

Despite this news, Jon Alba of Spectrum Sports 360 reported today that WWE will still have fans in attendance for this show as long as they have tested negative for COVID-19. The normal procedures will be in place just like in previous weeks as well.

“As noted on our @theLTGpodcast Patreon a few moments ago, sources indicate fans going to #HalloweenHavoc that tested negative have been given the all-clear. So despite the reported #WWE PC outbreak from last week, fans are a go in their pods. #WWENXT.”

You can check out the card for NXT Halloween Havoc here. 


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