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John Cena is looking forward to being a part of tonight’s ‘historic’ SmackDown

SmackDown’s happening in a closed-to-the-public Performance Center instead of it’s usual arena-full-of-fans tonight (Fri., Mar. 13). And the biggest name booked for the show in Orlando is hyped for it...

The curiosity factor for this “empty venue” episode is high, as it may be the way WWE does business for the next few weeks... unless performers or crew start testing positive for COVID-19, and then it could be one of the last shows for a while.

Not to mention, watching an actual wrestling show will be a nice break after two days of anxiously watching news come about the coronavirus pandemic.

Social distancing doesn’t cover internet gatherings, so join us tonight in the live blog and we’ll enjoy some sports entertainment* together!

* Or at least enjoy complaining and arguing with each other about WWE’s product.

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