ROH is taking precautions following multiple positive COVID tests at The Collective.
John Pollock of POST Wrestling reports Ring of Honor will not be using talent who appeared at The Collective for their latest set of television tapings due to precautionary reasons. Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer adds that ROH television had to be re-written after certain talent were sent home.
Thus far, Cabana Man Dan, AC Mack, and Dan The Dad have revealed that they tested positive for COVID 19 following their appearances at The Collective this past weekend in Indiana.
ROH COO Joe Koff gave the following statement to POST:
While Ring of Honor does not publicly discuss specific internal decisions, ROH is taking every measure to preserve the integrity of its rigorous health and safety protocol for the upcoming tapings.
ROH has created a bubble environment in Baltimore and follows a strict COVID protocol, which you can view by clicking here.
Twelve events were held across three days as part of The Collective.
On Wednesday, St. Louis Anarchy announced they were postponing their October 16 event due to COVID 19 concerns as a great deal of the roster were around someone who tested positive for COVID at The Collective.
GCW is set to hold its Last Resort event on October 17 in California.