WWE releases statement on SummerSlam 2020 location change. The biggest party of the summer will take place next month.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was reportedly confident that the WWE would host SummerSlam in front of a crowd. However, with the Coronavirus pandemic showing no signs of slowing down, the WWE have finally conceded defeat.
SummerSlam 2020 was set to take place at the TD Gardens in Boston, Massachusetts. The WWE have finally acknowledged that the biggest party of the summer will not emanate from there anymore. They’ve released a statement acknowledging the same and promising information regarding a new location soon.
WWE releases statement on SummerSlam 2020 location change
In coordination with our local partners, government officials and TD Garden, WWE’s SummerSlam and related events will no longer take place in Boston. Refunds are available at the original point of purchase. We are grateful to the city of Boston for their longstanding partnership and look forward to holding WWE events at TD Garden in the future.
SummerSlam will stream live on Sunday, August 23 at 7 pm ET on WWE Network and information regarding a new location for the event is forthcoming.
#SummerSlam will no longer take place in Boston. Refunds are available at the original point of purchase. We are grateful to the city of Boston for their partnership and look forward to holding WWE events at @tdgarden in the future.
— WWE (@WWE) July 23, 2020
Like all their events since the outbreak, it is likely that SummerSlam will take place at the performance center. However, the final line of the statement leaves open the possibility of the event taking place at some other location.
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