With WWE having now officially announced that fans will be in attendance for WrestleMania 37, now comes an update on just how many fans we can expect to be allowed to attend this year’s edition of the Showcase of the Immortals.
As per the usually reliable @WrestleVotes, the belief is that WWE is currently making plans to accommodate 25,000 fans on each of WrestleMania 37’s two nights.
Additionally, some within WWE are said to view this as a potential soft “reopening” for WWE in regards to once more returning to the traditional touring schedule for live WWE programming.
In some separate news from PWInsider, the tentative plan is for each night of WrestleMania 37 to be a three-hour show, which would air live on the WWE Network from 7pm ET. It’s also expected that each three-hour block will be preceded by a kick-off show.
For the rest of WWE’s regular WrestleMania Weekend practices, nothing else has been decided on at this stage. There have been discussions of putting together a virtual Hall of Fame ceremony to coincide with WrestleMania 37, although that has yet to locked in just yet.
Emanating from Tampa, Florida’s Raymond James Stadium, WrestleMania 37 will take place on April 10 and 11.