With Florida being a hotspot for COVID-19, Vince McMahon says he has a backup plan if WWE is unable to film there anymore.
During a recent shareholder’s meeting held earlier this month, which was made public on the WWE corporate website, McMahon was asked if he has a plan should something happen that would affect the company’s ability to perform in that area.
“Let me just say there’s always a ‘B-plan.’ I don’t want to say right now exactly what that would be, but yes there is a ‘B-plan,'” he replied.
McMahon additionally talked about the possible return of live events.
“We obviously have to follow what’s going on and sometimes you think you have the answer and then ‘uh oh,’ COVID-19 makes a more severe impact than you had imagined to begin with,” he explained. “We’re working with arenas. We have any number of tentative dates. Those tentative dates keep moving back sometimes. But again with our form of entertainment, it’s imperative that we have fans to interact with. And we continue to look forward to pinpoint exactly when we’re going to return. It’s a whole different atmosphere than it has been in the past and we’ll capitalize on it.”
The WWE Chairman and CEO also said it’s possible WWE will do another show in Saudi Arabia before the end of the year.
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