Game Changer Wrestling In Covid-19 Controversy

There has been a lot of controversy over the last few days in relation to ‘The Collective’ weekend and the break out of Covid-19. A number of stars, staff and attendees have started to share positive covid-19 results online, and it has led to Ring of Honor actively not letting talents return even if the test is negative on the first try.

Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) has now hit the news reel once again, and this time it is relating to the lack of care when it comes to covid-19 testing. The talk that is circulating around the media at the moment, is that GCW didn’t care if the test was positive and they would actively state it was a negative result.

Twitter user @Notthattomgreen stated,

The pandemic is far from over, and with a virus that can travel so easily, it is a question over whether we should holding any fan attended events. Huge companies like WWE and AEW test their fans upon arrival and ensure physical distancing. In an event like this ‘The Collective’ it is hard to encourage that once the matches are over and the social side begins.

Our thoughts are with everyone who has tested positive.

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