WWE hasn’t said anything yet*. But the venue which was supposed to host the Mon., Mar. 23 episode of Raw before the novel coronavirus changed the world, Ft. Worth, Texas’ Dickies Arena, has updated their website to say next week’s episode will be in Orlando at the Performance Center. It also reports tickets for next Monday will be honored for a SmackDown on Fri., July 31.
What WWE has said is that three Superstars who will be featured in two of WrestleMania’s biggest matches will be on hand for Raw.
The winner of the 2020 Men's #RoyalRumble Match @DMcIntyreWWE will be LIVE on #RAW next Monday with the biggest match of his career at #WrestleMania getting closer!https://t.co/CkvLY3IwQc— WWE (@WWE) March 17, 2020
The #WWEChampion @BrockLesnar returns LIVE on #RAW next Monday! What will #TheBeast have in store for his #WrestleMania opponent?https://t.co/lonChRph5U— WWE (@WWE) March 17, 2020
.@EdgeRatedR has challenged @RandyOrton to a #LastManStanding Match at #WrestleMania!#TheViper will address it all next Monday on #RAW!https://t.co/4h9AGHYO39— WWE (@WWE) March 17, 2020
Ready to watch these guys (or in Brock Lesnar’s case, Paul Heyman) promo at the PC?
* The venue for SmackDown this Friday (Mar. 20), New Orleans Smoothie King Center, also confirms the event isn’t happening there. But their website doesn’t spell out the alternate plans the way Dickies Arena does.