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Many WWE Superstars Reportedly Miss Shows Due To COVID-19

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COVID-19 is giving a lot of trouble everywhere and talent from WWE is among them. Plenty of WWE Superstars are out of action due to COVID-19. There are no names coming out officially that which stars have tested positive for the virus. However many wrestlers have already tested positive and are missing out on their matches too. WWE has not made any announcement regarding the effected wrestlers. It seems that the wrestlers themselves don’t want to come out in the open. Here are more details regarding this story:

Several WWE Superstars Effected With COVID-19

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Many WWE superstars are effected with COVID-19 virus. However the heads at the WWE aren’t actively testing them. As the virus seems to slow down in many countries they hope for everything to get better. The talented wrestling stars are checking themselves especially those who have some symptoms. WWE will keep the company off from shows who have tested positive for the virus. It will help them minimize the spread and keep everything under control.

Prior to AEW Dynamite the news came out that the AEW world Champion ‘Hangman’ Adam Page is suffering from COVID-19. He will not become a part of the upcoming matches and the company has to make changes accordingly. They will probably pick another wrestler to take his place. He was to face CM Punk for the title at Double or Nothing.

Read More: Jake Roberts Reveals Length Of His Original AEW Deal

Carmella Talks About Top Talent Testing Positive For COVID-19

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Wrestling superstars are in a tough spot as many of them are testing positive for COVID-19. Initially the talk about this virus slowed down. However with some new stars testing positive things are becoming intense. At the start of the year Carmella openly talk about her experience with the virus. Here is what she has to say:

‘’You guys, I got the ‘vid’. I did, I got it, and it got me. I got COVID, I got, got. About what? A week and a half ago, no two weeks ago,” Carmella said. “I woke up super just, not feeling well. Just really tired and run down. I took some tests and I was positive. And then, I mean it was kind of like a cold, it was a little bit worse than a cold. I was down and out for like three or four days just not really doing much.

But, on the up and up feeling better now. “However, my lovely fiancé over here was just bragging and bragging and bragging about his immune system and how amazing he is and it’s not going to get him. And it’s true because he had to test because he was around me. Yeah, we were making out like animals the night before I tested positive and when I was sick. So I don’t know how you didn’t get it.”

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