WWE Considering Changing Date Of WrestleMania 37

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of plans for pro wrestling companies everywhere. Whether it’s canceled shows or holding shows in empty arenas, the dynamic of the world has changed the presentation of live wrestling. It’s also left companies anticipating the return of live crowds and planning how they could do such a thing in these strange times.

While WWE has looked like they’re going to attempt to hold next year’s WrestleMania 37 at James Edwards Stadium to make it up to Tampa Bay instead of going to SoFi Stadium in California, there’s internal talk of pushing the show back a few weeks. Wrestle Votes, a reliable source on Twitter, first reported this.

There has been internal discussions about moving the scheduled date of WrestleMania from 3/28 to 4/11 or even 4/18. The goal remains to have fans in attendance for the event. The thought process of moving back the show a few weeks only helps that out.

There are several restrictions in place now, including ones becoming stricter due to cases and the death toll rising. And it’s entirely possible pushing the date back could help the chances of having an audience in attendance for next year’s WrestleMania. With new people in charge after Joe Biden takes office and the potential for different protocols to be laid down by the federal government, there is an opportunity for the pandemic to get put under control next year.

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