The Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland announced this afternoon that the 2020 WWE Money In the Bank pay-per-view has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. WWE.com still has an article up about the pay-per-view which means they might not have updated things, or they’re planning to hold the event from the WWE Performance Center.
The arena’s press release states:
“The WWE Money In the Bank event originally scheduled for Sunday May 10 in Baltimore has been canceled. Refunds are available at all points of purchase,” read the statement on Twitter, seen below. The tweet from the arena included the video seen above, which is an unlisted live event promo from the official WWE channel.
So Now What?
Either WWE figures out another way to hold the event or it gets postponed. More information may be revealed tomorrow night on SmackDown. If there is a promotion for the PPV on the show or storylines are geared towards it, logically, it will be assumed WWE has come up with a backup plan.
For now, all this says is that the event won’t be happening from the originally booked location.