In normal times I'd say give NJPW/ROH a shot but don't burn bridges. But as it is, AEW and Impact is a similar platform to WWE. What you'd gain in creative freedom you'd lose from injury risk, money and exposure.Smart move by Gulak. He’s a talented guy, but his best dance partners are in WWE now.
America don't have the same scheme. I think people got one off payments. Then they increased unemployment allowance.I’m not sure how it works in the US, but over here furloughing is made of part of their salary with the Government giving employers that apply funds to provide their staff 80% of their wage that the employer could then top up. So depending how it works in the US and how WWE are handling it, the furloughed staff should be receiving some if not all of their wage until the cut off and then they either get their job back or are let go.