Monday, June 29, 2020

Update on The WWE Hall of Fame 2020 Status

Update on The WWE Hall of Fame 2020 Status
The WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony was originally scheduled to happen during WrestleMania 36 weekend, but the show had to nixed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


According to WrestlingNews, WWE still hopes of having the HOF ceremony of 2020 during SummerSlam weekend.

It was added that the show depends on the many factors. It includes the travel restrictions and the COVID-19 rules & regulations imposed by the government. As of this writing, the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony has not been cancelled for good, and there are people in the company who feel it won't need to happen inside the Performance Center.

Despite the increase in the number of positive coronavirus cases in the company, WWE intends on running live shows with fans in attendance sooner rather than later.

It was noted that WWE expects to announce that fans would be allowed at the RAW and SmackDown tapings of July 24th and July 27th, possibly at a mid-sized arena with a limited number of fans. WWE expects to abide by the social distancing guidelines while organizing the shows. It was also reported a few weeks ago that Vince McMahon is adamant on presenting SummerSlam with actual fans in attendance.

SummerSlam is currently scheduled to take place on August 23rd at the TD, Garden in Boston. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has suspended all live shows until September 7th, and WWE is yet to release a response and make changes to the SummerSlam schedule.

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