In an update on WWE issuing a statement to wrestling media regarding positive COVID-19 test results, a report from notes that there was no training for WWE Performance Center talents yesterday, with no word as to when training will resume due to a new COVID-19 outbreak leading to training being on pause temporarily.

The report notes that the belief is that the outbreak started after a WWE NXT talent threw a party that fellow trainees attended, leading to an asymptomatic transmission of the virus that spread among those who work and train at the WWE Performance Center, with trainees and staff members testing positive.

WWE taped Wednesday’s edition of WWE NXT during the afternoon of the same day, with a number of talents not appearing as originally planned, while there were no Performance Center recruits in the crowd and piped-in crowd noise to replace the sound they would create.

The report adds that as a safeguard to prevent any further spread of the virus, talents and staff working at the WWE Performance Center or on NXT tapings will not be allowed to work WWE RAW or WWE SmackDown tapings at the WWE ThunderDome (Amway Center) until further notice, however there remains a fear among several talents that, given the potential of asymptomatic COVID-19 transmissions and that WWE NXT trainees were working as masked members of Retribution on WWE RAW on Monday night that there could have indeed been some cross-contamination to the main roster.