WWE's upcoming Money In The Bank pay-per-view is no longer taking place in Baltimore.
Royal Farms Arena, the venue that was set to host the event, announced on its website that the show has been canceled due to ongoing concerns over COVID-19. The event was supposed to take place on May 10. WWE has yet to officially comment on the status of the show.
Although no matches were announced for the show, there was likely going to be at least one Money In The Bank match, which would entitle the winner to a championship match at any time.
The 2019 edition of Money In The Bank saw two such matches, both of which were won by Bayley and Brock Lesnar and both eventually made successful cash-ins to become champions. Bayley cashed in her briefcase on the same night she won it last year, defeating Charlotte Flair to become the SmackDown Women's Champion. Lesnar cashed in his briefcase on then-Universal Champion Seth Rollins at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view last year.
The announcement continues WWE's current problems with venues due to the ongoing coronavirus situation. For the last few weeks, WWE taped Raw and SmackDown at the WWE Performance Center and a majority of the matches at WrestleMania 36 also took place at the Performance Center.