WWE Reportedly Looking to Bring Back Live Audience in September

It was revealed a few months ago that Vince McMahon was holding out hope that the WWE Universe would be back by SummerSlam and that the company would be able to host The Biggest Party of the Summer in Boston.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that once again WWE has had to cancel all of their plans for SummerSlam and that the show, much like WrestleMania will now take place at The Performance Center in Orlando, Florida instead.

Now that it’s been made clear that the WWE Universe won’t be able to return next month, WrestleVotes recently reported that WWE has instead targeted September as the month that they may be able to bring back fans.

In recent weeks, WWE has been hit quite hard by the COVID-19 virus after more than 30 WWE stars tested positive for the virus which has cost hundreds of thousands of lives all around the world.

The recent outbreak at the Performance Center has forced WWE to implement new measures including wearing masks and regular testing, but Lana recently announced that her mother had tested positive for the virus and the company is still struggling to contain the problem.

While a number of stars initially came out and revealed that they had tested positive including Renee Young, Jamie Noble, and Kayla Braxton, there has been no update of any other stars who have tested positive in recent weeks.

At present, it makes sense for the WWE Universe to play it safe and allow WWE to contain the current issue before more fans are added to shows. September could still be too soon, but if WWE is able to make changes and show that they have been effective then there could be a way for them to finally bring back their audience by the end of the summer.