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WWE Cancels Live Event after Manchester terrorist attack

Most of us are aware of the unfortunate terrorist attack that took place during a concert in Manchester Arena, Manchester earlier this week in which 22 people died.

Now WWE has announced that out of respect for the people affected by the incident, they are cancelling their upcoming Live Event in the city scheduled for June 6.

WWE made a press release regarding it and noted that they’ll be issuing a full refund to the people who purchased the ticket for the event. Here is the press release they sent:

“Out of respect for all those affected by the Manchester tragedy, WWE is cancelling the NXT event on Tuesday, June 6 at the Manchester Arena, and giving fans who purchased tickets to the show a full refund and offering them the option to receive a free ticket at point of purchase to the NXT show on Wednesday, June 7 at First Direct Arena in Leeds.

“Our Superstars will be in Manchester on June 6 visiting with those affected by the tragedy and WWE is making a donation to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. We look forward to returning to the Manchester Arena on Monday, November 6 for Raw and Tuesday, November 7 for SmackDown Live.”

Our thoughts and prayers are with the people and their families who are affected by this tragedy.