Though there’s still no word yet on WrestleMania 36 being cancelled over coronavirus concerns, “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt has a pretty good idea of what to do with his scheduled match against John Cena should the mega-event get pushed back (which it absolutely has to be, it’s just a matter of days before Tampa pulls the plug).
Taking to Twitter (for a message that has since been deleted),
Bray The Fiend challenged Cena to a “Bar Fight Deathmatch” in a Hooters. Check it out…
Bray was totally kidding, except that he also wrote “Not Kidding.” And given how last week’s SmackDown on Fox emanated from the WWE Performance Center, with no fans in attendance, this may be the way WrestleMania goes unless the decision is made to push the event into the summer. As it stands right now, Monday’s RAW, which boasts the return of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, will also take place in a the emptied-out Performance Center.
Let’s pretend this is a viable option. Would y’all like to see it happen? Let us know below!
In other COVID-19 production news, Disney has announced that it will temporarily shut down production on all of its upcoming Disney+ Marvel shows and films.
Outside of its media entertainment services, Disney has also shut down both Disney World and Disneyland in an attempt to prevent further spread of COVID-19. This is only the fourth time in history that Disneyland has been closed.
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Here’s a full list of every TV show and movie production that’s come to a halt due to the pandemic.