They have a little knowledge on the subject. If you have been paying attention to the news lately, you have probably heard about Coronavirus. The disease has made its way around the world and killed thousands of people, which has caused several organizations to change plans. This has included sports leagues, either canceling events or not allowing fans to attend. With WrestleMania 36 just around the corner, WWE has been in the Coronavirus-related news, but it turns out that something is a bit different this time.
One of the main things you will hear from people who have contracted the virus is to quarantine them to help prevent the spread of the disease. In addition to this, several companies have been asking employees to work from home instead of coming to work and possibly contaminating others. WWE would not be different, but they may not yet have to be.
Over the weekend, Brad Shepard reported that a WWE employee, who was not working in the main office in Stamford, Connecticut, was in contact with the Coronavirus and was in quarantine, and WWE sent an email to the entire company about the topic. However, the verified WWE On FOX Facebook account responded, saying that the story should not be heard and to avoid any information from Shepard on this subject. The comment has been deleted since then, but the WWE account on FOX Reddit verified He commented that they did not delete the publication.
This is not something that should be taken lightly, so we will go with something that is. Check out some completely unrelated but fun WWE moments:
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Opinion: This is the kind of thing that could get out of control quickly and, if it's not true, it's good that it was shot down so quickly. There are already enough people worried about the situation to not have inaccurate reports out there and are more likely to trust an account even tangentially affiliated with WWE than in "a source has said." It may be true in the end, but for now, one of these sources sounds much more reliable than the other.
How will the coronavirus affect WWE? What would happen if WrestleMania were canceled? Let us know in the comments below.
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