Security at WWE’s “Survivor Series” pay-per-view event Sunday night at Philips Arena in Atlanta has been beefed up even though there is no credible information that the venue is an ISIS target.

“Federal, state and local law enforcement authorities have confirmed there is no specific or credible information involving a threat against … [the] WWE Survivor Series at Philips Arena,” WWE said in a statement Saturday night. “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.”

Although the International Business Times reported Saturday that hackers connected to the group Anonymous had uncovered a list of targets, including the WWE pay-per-view, Anonymous called it a rumor on Twitter.

The IBT reported that the FBI had said in a statement it was aware of an alleged threat by the Islamic State group to stage an attack on a WWE event Sunday in Atlanta. But FBI Special Agent in Charge J. Britt Johnson of the Atlanta office said the bureau did not have “specific or credible information of an attack.”

Security at NFL games has been increased in the nine days since the Paris terrorist attacks. One of the targets for those attacks was a stadium at which France and Germany were playing a soccer game.