Businesses in Orlando, Florida have given their opinions on WWE's decision to continue with tapings at the Performance Center, local reporter Stephanie Coueignoux has confirmed on Twitter.
WWE have been consistently recording new episodes of Raw, SmackDown and NXT throughout the current global situation at their Performance Center in Orlando, FL. This year's WrestleMania was even filmed in the PC and some matches on the May 10 Money in the Bank PPV are rumoured to be taking place their, too.
However, Stephanie Coueignoux claims a local business owner in the area was very concerned about the tapings and had also spotted WWE staff not following social distancing rules. Another owner of a local business claimed that they were OK with shows, just as long as they stayed away from them. They also added that they understood everyone was trying to make a living.
WWE's decision to carry on as usual amidst the current global situation has drawn criticism over the last few weeks. Yet, these comments showcase just how conflicted people still are on this topic, with some concerned by the presence of the company and others empathising with the employees working at this time.
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