WWE to resume live recording from Performance Center


Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned that Raw, Friday Night SmackDown and NXT will resume recording live shows from the Performance Center again next week.

Sources tell us that the decision to resume live broadcasts was made on Friday after the shooting of 205 Live and Friday Night SmackDown. No word on what influenced the decision.

It should be noted that the Governor of Florida this month issued a 30-day “stay at home” order to limit the spread of the coronavirus. The mandate allows supermarkets, clinics, banks, pharmacies and other daily necessities to remain open. People are also allowed to exercise outside while standing six feet apart, in order, provided that it is in a group of less than 10 people.

As you remember, WWE started filming at the Performance Center last month due to the coronavirus pandemic. Since then, they have documented the many precautions they take to limit the possible spread of the virus during recordings, including filming in prerecorded batches.

WWE has also already started promoting its Money in the Bank event which will take place on May 10. This broadcast will also take place on the PC.


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