WWE have announced that current WWE champion Drew McIntyre will be out for two weeks as a result of testing positive for COVID-19
WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley has announced that he has been self isolating recently due to testing positive for COVID19.
According to reports, another COVID-19 at the WWE Performance Center could have significant impact on the NXT Halloween Havoc card.
A rumour from a reliable source has suggested that WWE intends to pause their live event programme until 2022.
According to reliable local sources, Florida’s governor is soon to permit sports organisations to hold full capacity stadium events.
WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair has denied he has contracted COVID-19 whilst admitting his wife is ill with the disease.
Former WWE superstar Rusev (now known as Miro) has revealed on his latest Twitch stream that he has tested positive for COVID-19
Reports have suggested that WWE have targeted SummerSlam to be the event to see crowds finally return. With the worsening COVID-19 situation in the USA, are these plans still on track?
It has been reported that WWE have belatedly bought in a stringent mask policy for all future Performance Center TV tapings.
Vince McMahon is keen to be the first to hold live events with fans in attendance…
According to reports, the recent COVID-19 outbreak within WWE has seen forthcoming plans thrown into chaos. Not least those for the Extreme Rules PPV.
In a recent interview with The Hindu, Roman Reigns made it clear that he can’t wait to get back to WWE and has set his sights on one title in particular.
Reports in this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter suggest that Adam Pearce’s recent positive COVID-19 case may be causing particular concern within WWE management.
Renee Young has confirmed that she is the latest WWE employee to test positive for COVID-19.
According to reports, last night’s WWE Raw featured actual fans in the live crowd for the first time since March 12th. The first step into welcoming back more traditional audiences?