This week's WWE SmackDown and AEW Dynamite will reportedly have new locations.
Mike Johnson at PWInsider once again reports that WWE SmackDown will be moved to the WWE Performance Center. It was reported on Wednesday night that the show would be moved from Detroit to the PC, but WWE quickly put out a statement saying that the show was not being moved, but contingency plans were being put in place.
Johnson reports that the decision to move the show was officially made this afternoon.
WWE has yet to make an official announcement on the matter.
Furthermore, the Mar. 18 episode of AEW Dynamite will reportedly be moved as well according to Johnson. The show was originally scheduled to air from Rochester, NY, but New York State governor Andrew Cuomo banned gatherings of over 500 people until further notice.
The show has been rescheduled for July 8.
Johnson reports that AEW will hold a live show next Wednesday, but there are no details on where the show might take place.
AEW is expected to make an announcement on the matter shortly.
Fightful will continue to update fans on shows being moved, postponed, or canceled as the information is known.