As we reported a few days ago, WWE is making tapings of all pre-WrestleMania shows, including the great show itself, and also the future broadcasts of NXT, scheduled for last Sunday. A brand, NXT, has returned to its home, Full Sail University, after a few weeks away due to the coronavirus.
As Dave Meltzer explained on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio show, WWE has recorded several of the upcoming NXT shows that will air on the USA Network. The journalist has assured that this week there will be fighting, and not just segments and old stuff like last week’s show.
It should also be remembered that WrestleMania 36 had been rumored to be filmed at various locations, and Full Sail could be one of them. A Twitter user has published a post that shows a photograph with several WWE trucks with possible material for the shows.
Full Sail would have allowed WWE to record the material despite its closure
The truth is that WWE should not have recorded at the University. Full Sail announced on March 13 the cessation of all university activities and he sent his students home, in addition to the closure of all their centers, including the campus. Meltzer has exclusively explained that the reason why a program like last week was made is because of the possibility of not recording in the pavilion.
Since WWE he doesn’t plan, at the moment, to bring the wrestlers back for a while after this week’s tapes. This could mean that they will not record the television shows after WrestleMania and that it could stop their activity due to the coronavirus. There is still no information about it and it is expected that in the next few days we will know something.