These are very uncertain times, that's for sure, but Vince McMahon wants to carry on WWE and get to SummerSlam, in August, in front of a live audience, even though most likely he won't be in the original location, that is Boston.
However, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced the suspension of all large-scale gatherings and that no permit would be issued for an event that could draw a large crowd before September 7. WWE has not yet commented on this matter.
There are doubts about what will happen after SummerSlam. WWE does not know if it will be able to keep the PPVs in the predefined places, but in any case it does not want to give up any of those already programmed, which WrestleVotes has compiled in a list that is so formed: -Clash of Champions on September 20th in Newark -Hell in a Cell on October 18th in Atlanta -PPV in Arabia on November 5th -Survivor Series on November 22nd in Dallas -TLC on December 20th in Chicago We'll see if everything will actually remain as expected (difficult) or if dates, locations or even events will be canceled from the program, but for now WWE does not stop and continues as scheduled waiting to be able to get the fans back to the arenas.
According to Paul Davis of Wrestling News, Vince McMahon wanted a shorter show for the Money in the Bank event. WWE is expected to continue with shorter shows for pay-per-views until they are permitted to tape in front of fans again. There is still no sign of when that is destined to be.