The coronavirus pandemic has forced WWE to make major changes to their pay-per-views, and recently the company has been taping PPV events at the Performance Center in Orlando.

WWE SummerSlam is still currently scheduled to take place from Boston on Sunday, August 23 but it’s been reported that WWE may push the event back, or search for a different location due to restrictions on large gatherings in the city.

At this point there are a lot of unanswered questions regarding upcoming WWE pay-per-views, but WrestleVotes is reporting that originally WWE had planned on the following schedule for PPVs after SummerSlam:

• Clash of Champions, 9/20, Newark
• Hell In A Cell, 10/18, Atlanta
• Saudi PPV, 11/5
• Survivor Series, 11/22, Dallas
• TLC, 12/20, Chicago

At this point it remains to be seen if these plans will remain intact. It’s not clear when fans will be able to attend WWE events again, and the company has yet to make any announcements regarding possible changes for SummerSlam.

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