WWE does not throw in the towel on its way to continue making programs and content in time for the coronavirus. Ryan Satin, a journalist for the Pro Wrestling Sheet and WWE Backstage, has exclusively advanced that the order of confinement in Orlando, which begins tonight, will not prevent WWE from continuing to plan to record more material
The company plans to continue recording its weekly shows when the order is lifted, slated to end on April 9. It should be noted that WWE would have already recorded content for the Monday Night Raw after the great event Wrestlemania 36, which would be the one corresponding to April 6.
Precisely, the date in which the confinement was lifted coincides in the week of SmackDown after Wrestlemania, so the possibility that it will be recorded live on Friday, April 10 becomes very strong.
WWE finishes the recordings of Wrestlemania 36
The good news is that all the recordings for Wrestlemania 36 would be nearing completion. As we have reported this Thursday, WWE reportedly recorded the most important matches on Wednesday and then recorded the least relevant matches of the event during the last hours.
Ryan Satin has also confirmed that all the bouts that have been done outside the Performance Center have also been done, as could be the fight between John Cena and The Fiend Bray Wyatt or the boneyard match between The Undertaker and AJ Styles. The NXT women’s title match between Charlotte and Rhea Ripley has been rumored to have been recorded at Full Sail University, but that has not been confirmed.