-- With the spate of positive COVID-19 tests wreaking havoc with their taping schedule for Raw, Smackdown and NXT this past week, WWE took steps to reschedule things for the coming week, according to postwrestling.com. Originally, WWE intended to tape two episodes of Raw and two episodes of Smackdown this past Friday and Saturday but due to the positive tests, only Smackdown was taped on Friday (very little first-run content was taped, with the show relying heavily on the Undertaker tribute) and this coming Monday's Raw was taped on Saturday. The rest of the new schedule is as follows:
Wednesday, July 1 - Two episodes of NXT will be taped with air dates on July 1 and July 8, both being the "Great American Bash" shows.
Thursday, July 2 - Two episodes of Smackdown will be taped with air dates on July 3 and July 10. 205 Live will also be taped.
Friday, July 3 - Two episodes of Raw will be taped with air dates on July 6 and July 13. Main Event and Raw Talk are also scheduled to be taped.
-- The original plan would also have seen two additional episodes of NXT to be taped on Thursday but WWE has cancelled those for the time being.