The coronavirus pandemic has caused severe disruption to WWE's operations. All programming, including WrestleMania 36, will air from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida for the foreseeable future. The company's stock price fell to $29.10 before rebounding, and many Superstars have missed shows because of the risk of travelling.
The company has now taken measures to stop any of their talent from getting sick during the outbreak, as Jerry "The King" Lawler told Jason Munz at the Memphis Commercial Appeal that WWE were taking everyone's temperature when they entered the Performance Center.
Dave Meltzer also reported on Wrestling Observer Radio that former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns is being closely monitored by WWE's doctors. The Big Dog is currently in a high profile feud with Goldberg over the Universal Championship and with him being a leukaemia survivor, the company isn't taking any chances.
Meltzer said: "They have doctors that are going to monitor Roman Reigns, but he's got a weakened immune system to a degree because the CML leukaemia is in him for life. Yeah, he beat it. It may come back, it may not come back. But CML is one of those things that can come back and likely will and he'll likely go through the same scenario that he did. But it's one of those things that if you have it, it's in you and it can come back. So that's not necessarily a good thing either."