Challenging times continue for everyone and the pro wrestling community, despite some companies still being able to turn out new shows, is no exception. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) limps into the go-home week of television for next Sunday’s Money In the Bank pay-per-view, originally slated for the Baltimore Arena, but now coming from both Titan Towers in Stamford and the Performance Center in Orlando, after recent disappointing ratings for Raw and Smackdown.

All Elite Wrestling (AEW), despite its Wednesday Dynamite show edging WWE’s NXT program in the ratings in recent weeks, has also seen a ratings downturn, and faces the challenge of generating interest in its next pay-per-view offering, Double or Nothing 2020. That card was originally scheduled for May 23 at the MGM Grand Arena, but will now take place in front of no fans at an as yet undisclosed location.

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