Now with UFC being forced to suspend their shows and with AEW already having taped several weeks of shows, WWE is the only sports/entertainment company in the United States regularly running shows.
WWE is currently in the process of taping content for the next several days at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. PWInsider is reporting that if everything works out, they will have enough content all the way through to the Money In The Bank pay-per-view.
As previously noted, WWE has taken steps to protect the wrestler’s health as much as possible. Wrestlers that are in the area of the PC have been sequestered in a hotel and content is being taped in waves in order to follow CDC recommendations on social distancing. PWInsider is reporting that wrestlers began traveling on Wednesday morning to Orlando and people who live in the area drove directly to the tapings.
The content that will be taped over the next few days will be for future episodes of Raw, SmackDown, Main Event, 205 Live and NXT with ropes, turnbuckles, canvases and aprons changed out in between matches. In addition, wrestlers are being given temperature checks before stepping into the Performance Center and anyone not being featured on camera is being told to wear a face mask.
It has not been confirmed yet what WWE plans on doing for the Money In The Bank pay-per-view but you would have to assume that the show will take place at the Performance Center since the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore has announced that the show will not be happening in their venue.