It was revealed yesterday that Apollo Crews wasn’t able to defend his United States Championship at Extreme Rules because of a recent COVID-19 test, and it appears that Crews isn’t the only star that the company has told to remain at home.
In recent weeks, Lana has been part of a new storyline with Natalya after Bobby Lashley told his new wife that he wanted a divorce. This storyline hasn’t been able to play out for a number of weeks since Lana has been missing from the show.
The Ravishing Russian recently revealed on her Twitter account that both her mother and father had tested positive for the virus.
Her husband and former WWE star Rusev also revealed that he had recently tested positive for the virus, which is why RingsideNews is reporting that WWE made the decision for Lana to remain at home.
WWE isn’t leaking any information regarding the testing of their superstars, but it appears that Lana hasn’t tested positive for COVID-19 along with the rest of her family.
The former Total Divas star could be staying away from WWE events as a precaution since she was recently exposed to the virus and WWE is doing everything they can to ensure that it doesn’t spread any further than it already has.