DEFY Wrestling and Reality of Wrestling have taken action in regard to the coronavirus.
Booker T's Reality of Wrestling announced that they have postponed their Mar. 14 No Limits event. The event has been moved to Apr. 11. ROW will keep its Mar. 28 event as scheduled The promotion put out the following statement on social media:
After internal conversations and following suit with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner's emergency health declaration, Reality of Wrestling has decided to postpone "ROY: No Limits" PPV scheduled for this Saturday, Mar. 14 at Booker T World Gym Arena. We do this for the safety of our performers and fans alike due to the risk of the coronavirus. Reality of Wrestling will reschedule the show to April 11th, 2020. If you purchased a ticket for the event, it will be honored for the new event date. Reality of Wrestling's "Stars of Tomorrow" event is still planned to take place on March 28th, 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation, and if anything changes, we will post updates as soon as they become available.
DEFY Wrestling announced that they have canceled its Mar. 29 show due to the restrictive ban on live events in King County, Washington.
Due to the restrictive ban on live events in King County announced today by Washington State health officials, DEFY will be forced to CANCEL our Sunday, March 29th show THE DEFYANT ONES.— DEFY Wrestling (@defyNW) March 12, 2020
Ticket holders will be contacted directly via email with additional information and options. https://t.co/yGsYgJDZV0
Tampa officials are expected to make a decision regarding the status of WrestleMania on Thursday, Mar. 12. GCW, ROH, and OTT released statements on Wednesday that their scheduled shows will proceed as planned despite the coronavirus outbreak.