Ring Of Honor Begins Tapings In Secure Covid Bubble

Every wrestling company in the industry is adapting to the pandemic. From WWE having the Thunderdome, to AEW having a reduced crowd in an open air venue. One company that is also looking to continue their shows without interruption is Ring of Honor.

Ring of Honor will be continuing its TV tapings this week, and according to PWInsider, the company will be recording directly from Baltimore, Maryland at the end of the week. The tapings will continue in this venue going forward unless plans change.

The talent and backstage staff from Ring of Honor will follow in depth protocols to ensure the group remains safe in this time. All talent will arrive in Baltimore this week, and each member will be tested for Covid-19.

The talent have been ordered to remain in their rooms whilst awaiting for the results. Once the results come through, the talent will still be asked to remain in their rooms until their match or segment is ready to be taped.

One their segment or match is complete, the talent and staff will be asked to return to their rooms. This will ensure each person remains in a secure bubble and only interacts with who the company set them up with.

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