WWE Postpone Plans To Resume Touring

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Back on April 23, it emerged that WWE had put preliminary plans in place to resume touring on June 12 at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. The arena was originally booked to host the April 10 episode of Friday Night SmackDown, but the coronavirus pandemic forced WWE to reschedule the event to June, and a local ticket representative confirmed to Chris Featherstone at WrestlingRumors.net that the company planned to hold the show on the rescheduled date.

Those plans have now been postponed, however. The Schottenstein Center confirmed on their website that the event has once again been rescheduled to December 28, 2020, for an episode of Monday Night Raw. 

They wrote: "Friday Night SmackDown previously rescheduled for Friday, June 12, 2020 (previously April 10, 2020) at the Schottenstein Center will now take place as Monday Night Raw on December 28, 2020."

WWE was also advertising NXT house shows in Florida on June 13, June 20, and June 26. All three events have been cancelled and WWE's next advertised show in front of an audience isn't until July 3 with a live event in Osaka, Japan. 


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