WWE Live Events, including Madison Square Garden show, being canceled due to COVID-19

WWE Live events being canceled

UPDATE (11:00 p.m. ET): The WWE Live Event in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on March 14 has been canceled.

UPDATE (9:00 a.m. ET): NXT Live Events in Venice and Daytona Beach have been canceled.

WWE Live Events, their non-televised events, are slowly being canceled due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

This weekend’s WWE SuperShow in Youngstown, Ohio has been canceled. The Covelli Center made the announcement on their Facebook page:

“In accordance with the proclamation issued by Governor DeWine, the WWE live event scheduled for this Sunday, March 15 in Youngstown, Ohio has been canceled. Refunds are available at all points of purchase.”

Due to New York City entering into a state of emergency, the March 22 WWE Live Event at Madison Square Garden will also be canceled. All gatherings and events with over 500 people are banned for the foreseeable future. This show was to see the reuniting of D-Generation X. The state of emergency could go on for months according to New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio.

It is not known what the statuses are of WWE’s other live event taking place this weekend in Toronto, Ontario or the NXT Live Event happening in Venice and Daytona Beach, Florida. We will keep you updated on any further cancelations as they come out.