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WWE Raw Preview

Another show without fans is scheduled to take place on Monday night from the performance center in Orlando, Florida. While SmackDown was a relative success, it will be interesting to see WWE fill three hours of programming without a crowd. Even under the circumstances, Stone Cold Steve Austin is still appearing for his scheduled 3:16 Day appearance. In a tweet he sent it didn’t look like Austin was overly excited to be travelling.

Edge will also be on Raw to continue his feud with Randy Orton.

According to PWInsider, The Undertaker will also be at the Performance Center for Monday’s show. 

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More Indy Cancellations Due To Coronavirus

Fightful has rounded up some of the latest cancellations by companies due to the pandemic of Coronavirus. The cancelled events include:

  • Prestige Wrestling: Postponing their March 22nd show in Portland, and cancelling their April 2nd show in Tampa
  • Maryland Championship Wrestling: Postponing multiple events, some to the end of May and some TBD
  • Premiere Wrestling Xperience: Postponing March 14th & March 21st shows until April or May
  • Pro Wrestling Guerrilla: Postponing their March 29th KOBE show; new date TBD

Matt Hardy Addresses “Twist of Fate” Trademark

During SmackDown on Friday, Jeff Hardy hit a move known to fans as a Twist of Fate. Commentary instead referred to the move as Twist of Fury, causing some fans to react with fury. Matt Hardy cleared up claims that he took the trademark for himself on Twitter:

One for the Road:

Let the Iron Sheik give you some advice in these trying times.

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