WrestleCon is one of the main conventions associated with WrestleMania 36 in Tampa, Florida. Due to the uncertainty and updates about the emergency protocols for the Coronavirus, WrestleCon decided to release several updates on their social networks to explain what will happen to the event.
On their official Twitter account, they replied to a fan: “At this time it is impossible to respond due to the lack of information necessary to speak to our partners. The best assumption is that we have our events in three weeks as planned or this year we canceled it (and we’ll refund the tickets). ” They then launched a poll to ask fans what they would do in case WrestleMania were canceled and WrestlerCon was not. So far 58% of voters would choose not to attend the event.
Finally, WrestleCon published a list of what would be the situation in case the event was canceled or postponed until later:
- If there is no WrestleMania there will be no WrestleCon
- If WrestleMania is postponed for later, WrestleCon could be held later or canceled for this year
- If WrestleCon is canceled, the money will be refunded
- IF WrestleCon is postponed, they will address the needs of fans
- They are not currently making refunds until a final decision is made.
We don’t know if WC is running as planned, will be postponed, or will be cancelled
No WM = No WC
WM postponed = WC may run or may still cancel
If we cancel = We Refund your $
IF we postpone = We address your needs for $.
Right now = waiting on above = not doing refunds pic.twitter.com/64dBmKc8wl
— WrestleCon (@wrestlecon) March 12, 2020
The convention has several shows announced such as the Impact Wrestling special: TNA There’s No Place Like Home, Matt Hardy‘s Broken Tailgate Party and shows owned by some wrestlers like Bandido, Zack Saber Jr., Low-Ki, and more.