Report: WWE In Early Discussions About Resuming Live Event Touring

Still a while away...

WWE hasn't held a show in front of an audience since the March 11 episode of NXT and has broadcast programming from an empty Performance Center in Orlando, Florida for over two months. 

Parts of the United States have started to reopen in recent weeks and with this in mind, WrestleVotes revealed WWE has started early discussions about returning to live event touring and has slowly begun to rebuild their schedule. 

WrestleVotes tweeted: "I'm hearing that internally the WWE live event schedule is slowly being rebuilt. I'm still not expecting anything with fans prior to July, however. Discussions about ticket sales going forward have also begun, with social distancing guildlines remaining in place. That's tricky."

When the company can hold shows in front of fans again remains to be seen but the next advertised live event is on July 12 at the BMO Harris Bank Center in Rockford, Illinois. The wrestling behemoth seemingly doesn't plan to resume regular touring until after SummerSlam 2020 at the earliest, however.   

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