Gabe Sapolsky has given an update on those awaiting refunds for WWNLive events that were put on hold or canceled.
On Twitter, Sapolsky said some refunds have been issued for those who previously bought tickets to events that never took place due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In addition, the rest of the refunds are going to be made within the next two weeks.
"We just got an update from Etix. They’ve made some refunds. The rest will be made in the next week or two. They are working on them and everyone will be refunded. My deepest apologies it is taking this long. I’m not going to make any excuses, but I assure you this has been the foremost thing on our minds and we are doing everything we can to get this done as quickly as possible. I understand if you are angry and upset. You will be made whole if you are owed a refund. Be safe & well," Sapolsky wrote on Twitter.
Some of the events that were canceled, included events taking place during WrestleMania 36 week, but all wrestling events that were scheduled to be a part of the week were called off. WrestleMania 36 was planned to take place at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium, but was then moved to the WWE Performance Center as a two-day show.
There's no word on when WWNLive events will resume. Only a handful of promotions in the United States announced in recent weeks that shows will restart later this month.