WWE Goes Back to Live TV Programming; Money in the Bank Still On

— WWE had originally planned to tape multiple episodes of Raw, Smackdown and NXT over the next week that would have taken them through the second week of May. Multiple sources now reports that those plans have been scrapped and the company is now going to be taping all three of Raw, Smackdown and NXT live from the Performance Center on a weekly basis (though last night’s Smackdown was taped a few hours before it aired). This decision was only made on Friday afternoon though it’s unclear what prompted WWE to completely overhaul their plans. As for the talent, they will now be traveling to Orlando on a “weekly basis” depending on which show or shows they are needed for.

— WWE’s Money in the Bank PPV on 5/10 is no longer going to be held in Baltimore, MD but is likely going to still take place on that date, except it will be taped at the Performance Center. It’s unclear how the state of Florida’s stay-at-home order is going to affect WWE’s plans to tape shows, but the Observer claims that Vince McMahon will continue to run shows until he is forced/pressured to stop – either by the government or by FOX or NBC Universal.

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