With Full Sail University announcing a suspension of group events, it appears that the next several weeks of NXT television are going to be impacted.
In a message sent to students regarding how the university is handling the coronavirus outbreak, Full Sail president Garry Jones announced that “all group events on campus will be suspended through the end of April.”
WWE has yet to make any announcements regarding the news, but Dave Meltzer wrote in today’s Daily Update that — while Full Sail is suspending events — he’s been told WWE is “going with the idea that the Performance Center will be the site of NXT every Wednesday with no fans allowed for at least the next month.”
This week’s NXT took place at the Performance Center because Full Sail was unavailable due to the university’s annual Hall of Fame week.
Tonight’s SmackDown and Monday’s Raw are also being held at the Performance Center. SmackDown was originally scheduled for the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, while Raw was set for the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The SmackDown and Raw episodes are taking place with only essential personnel in attendance.