THE WWE have moved venue for the much-anticipated Horror Show with Extreme Rules - but that doesn't mean the show has to stop.
Originally set to take place at the SAP Centre in San Jose, the big night had to be rescheduled due public gatherings still restricted in that area of the USA.
What is WWE - The Horror Show at Extreme Rules?
It's basically what the title says - the show allows for the rules to be stretched to an extreme extent.
The performers can use props like chairs, trash can lids and even tape as in John Cena's case in order to hold an opponent down.
The Horror Show at Extreme Rules is supposed to highlight the 'horror show', it could turn into without the restrictions set in place for normal matches.
The WWE has pulled out the stops to make things special with everything from a Firefly Fun House and Boneyard to a Corporate Ladder.
When is it and where is it taking place?
How can I watch it?
To watch the premium tier for live pay per view event, the WWE Network is priced at £9.99 per month in the UK and first-time subscribers get a month free.
It can also be bought via BT Sport Box Office for £14.95.
If you buy the evening's entertainment, you can also live stream using BT Sport Box Office app or via your browser.
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Will coronavirus affect it in anyway?
The COVID-19 pandemic has not affected WWE in the way it has everyone else.
Whilst they cannot host live shows in stadiums and arena's, the WWE has still been churning out regular content.
The WWE has be operating weekly television shows since the beginning of the pandemic and small groups of trainees have been acting as audience's.
WWE have now made sure that all talent, employees and production staff get tested ahead of ever production,
Prior to WWE announcer Renee Young and several other members of staff testing positive for the virus the WWE were only conducting temperature checks.