This coronavirus is really getting scary. With major events canceling and closing their doors all over the country. Even the NCAA has just announced they will not be allowing fans into the area for some of their major basketball tournament events.
Furthermore, teams like the Golden State Warriors…one of the most prominent NBA teams..just announced that they would also have no fans attending their next game with the Brooklyn Nets. The first time that has ever been done.
BREAKING: Golden State Warriors to host Brooklyn Nets in empty arena, the first NBA game to be played without fans because of the coronavirus outbreak.— AP Sports (@AP_Sports) March 11, 2020
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NCAA announces all basketball tournaments, including March Madness, will not allow spectators due to coronavirus outbreak concerns. https://t.co/MqqESn0SOM— Breaking News (@BreakingNews) March 11, 2020
Breaking: Amid Coronavirus concerns, The University of North Carolina plans to sit out the upcoming NCAA tournament. pic.twitter.com/Vl9FTiEJy3— Adam Griggs (@businessraptor) March 10, 2020
It just keeps going on and on…with more events shutting down the threat of having fans attend.
Now it looks like the WWE is the next big event to join in….
While WWE has made it clear in recent statements that the company has no intention of canceling WrestleMania 36 in Tampa on April 5, that decision might be taken out of their hands. According to Ryan Bass of CBS Tampa, city officials are planning to meet with Tampa mayor Jane Castor on Thursday to discuss the cancellation/postponement of major public events, and that includes WreslteMania.
Exclusive:— SliceWrestling.Com (@SliceWrestling) March 11, 2020
WWE Preparing #WrestleMania Contingency Plan In The Event The City Of Tampa Cancels Upcoming Events Due To The Corona Virus Outbreak. Possible Rescheduled WrestleMania Date In June/July And Backstage Plans https://t.co/jSgFBkzIP7