Ring of Honor Chief Operating Officer Joe Koff issued the following statement regarding WWE’s decision to push forward with live programming despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
I think it’s great for WWE that they are able to operate how they see fit, or how they may even need to for their business. It doesn’t necessarily change our approach to the pandemic though. The safety of all our performers, staff, vendors, and fans are the most important thing to us right now and we are continuing to improve our infrastructure and find ways to connect with them during this time..Are we eager to get back? Absolutely. For now, we will be monitoring day by day.
ROH announced back in mid-March that all live events were canceled through May due to the viral outbreak. (H/T Post Wrestling)
The following statement was provided to @POSTwrestling from Joe Koff regarding ROH's stance on the potential of running cards in Florida following the additional allowances for 'essential businesses' pic.twitter.com/oWZQMFHtYg
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