The trial surrounding the death of wrestler Matt Travis has been pushed back again.
According to a report from PWInsider, the court date for Luc Vu, the man who was arrested following Travis' death, has been pushed back to October 19. Vu was originally set to appear before the New York Criminal Court on July 19, but the courts have been closed due to COVID-19. The first court date that was set was April 20 before it got delayed to July and now October.
Travis, 25, was on a bicycle at East 125th Street and First Avenue in New York on November 9 when he was struck by a dump truck reportedly driven by Vu close 3 a.m. ET.
According to past reports, investigators determined a Kenworth dump truck traveling southbound on First Avenue made an illegal left turn onto East 125th Street attempting to enter the Willis Avenue Bridge and struck Travis as he traveled southbound on a bike path coming off the bridge. It is unclear if Vu knew he had hit Travis, who was returning from wrestling training. Travis was rushed to the hospital and pronounced dead upon arrival.
Travis wrestled for House of Glory, CZW, GCW, and other Independent promotions. HOG dedicated its No Limit event on November 16 to Travis. The November 20 tag team between the team of Santana & Ortiz and Private Party on AEW Dynamite was also dedicated to Travis.