More WWE events have been cancelled, following the company’s return to touring with the July 16 episode of SmackDown.
This week’s episode of SmackDown welcomed WWE fans back into arenas for the summer. WWE previously announced numerous live events for when the company returned to the road.
On July 16, it was announced that the September 17 SmackDown show in Atlanta had been cancelled. The official State Farm Arena Twitter account tweeted:
“SHOW UPDATE: WWE Friday Night Smackdown on September 17th will no longer take place in Atlanta. Refunds are available at all points of purchase.”
The August 8 WWE SuperShow set for Gainesville has now also been cancelled. the O’Connell Center website confirmed the news with the following statement:
“The WWE SuperShow originally scheduled for August 8 in Gainesville will no longer be taking place. Refunds are available from original points of purchase.”
As of writing (July 17) no reason has been given for these cancellations.
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