Last night's AEW Dynamite in Jacksonville ran without a crowd under a "restricted attendance policy" due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. However, they did have several of their wrestling talents and personnel in the audience to cheer on the matches and provide background noise, something WWE has yet to do during their empty Raw and SmackDown shows at the Performance Center.

PW Insider is reporting that the reason WWE hasn't used personnel in the crowd is because WWE officials were told they were not allowed to have any people in the audience. Both AEW and WWE would have to adhere to the guidelines made by Florida state officials. As a reminder the PC is in Orlando and AEW ran their show out of Jacksonville so perhaps the differences lay in the city.

WWE's WrestleMania show will also be taking place from the Performance Center under their "essential personnel only" policy. AEW will continue to use "restricted attendance policy." However, if the state of Florida goes on lockdown the same way cities like San Francisco and New York have due to the viral outbreak, there may not be a show to run.

Stay tuned.