The WWE have released a detailed statement about the possible terrorist threat on Survivor Series tonight.
This week, according to NoDQ, the hacker group Anonymous revealed several potential terror attack targets that ISIS may be planning to hit this Sunday, one which included WWE's Survivor Series taking place in Atlanta, Georgia.
WWE responded briefly to the situation while they continued to cooperate with the authorities, saying the event will still take place, and Triple H confirmed this on his twitter account too.
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NoDQ has announced Triple H has released a further statement about the situation, and it reads as follows:
"Federal, state and local law enforcement authorities have confirmed there is no specific or credible information involving a threat against tomorrow’s WWE Survivor Series at Philips Arena.
"However, WWE and Philips Arena have coordinated with the appropriate agencies and law enforcement, and significantly increased security measures to ensure the safety of all those in attendance, which is our highest priority.
"Doors will open at 6 p.m. to help fans avoid any delays in entering the arena due to the additional precautionary security procedures put in place. Fans are encouraged to take public transportation (MARTA) to the event and are advised that bags will not be permitted in the arena."
Major sports events around the world have been on high alert after the terrorist attacks in Paris last week.