Wrestlecon is one of the major conventions associated with WrestleMania 36 in Tampa, Florida. As the world continues to monitor the Coronavirus, the status of Wrestlecon has received an update.
The convention, which has events attached to it such as the IMPACT Wrestling’s special TNA revival event, TNA: There’s No Place Like Home, and is set to feature a super show of their own with superstars such as Bandido, Zack Sabre Jr., Low-Ki, and more, has said in an update on Twitter that the status of the event is up in the air and is all dependent on whether or not WrestleMania 36 takes place.
We don’t know if WC is running as planned, will be postponed, or will be cancelled— WrestleCon (@wrestlecon) March 12, 2020
No WM = No WC
WM postponed = WC may run or may still cancel
If we cancel = We Refund your $
IF we postpone = We address your needs for $.
Right now = waiting on above = not doing refunds pic.twitter.com/64dBmKc8wl
As of right now, the current state of Wrestlemania 36 is also up in the air as the city of Tampa has decided to delay its decision one more week while everybody continues to monitor the global pandemic of the Coronavirus.
In other WrestleMania week news, Bullet Club Beach Party, scheduled for Apr. 4, announced they have canceled the event.
wXw, The promotion from Germany, has canceled its WrestleMania week event. You can learn more about that at this link.