Backstage news on when WWE decided to delay WrestleMania 37 tickets on-sale date

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Simply final week, WWE confirmed tickets for WrestleMania 37 would go on-sale on March 16th. Nevertheless, Ticketmaster pulled the tickets on Monday. WWE has since confirmed tickets won’t be occurring sale at 10 am ET as we speak as they’re engaged on a brand new date.

Ticketmaster confirmed WWE will use socially-distanced pod seating at Raymond James Stadium. WWE had beforehand hoped to have 45,000 followers in attendance for every evening of the occasion on April 10th and April 11th. The combo and single tickets will vary from $35 – $2,500.

On Monday night, UFC President Dana White confirmed the UFC 261 pay-per-view occasion on April 24th, which can characteristic three unimaginable title fights, might be held in Jacksonville, Florida with 15,000 followers in attendance.

The change made by WWE was talked about throughout as we speak’s Wrestling Observer Radio. Bryan Alvarez and Dave Meltzer mentioned the hypothesis on why WWE determined to delay the on-sale date and whether or not a change might be made to what number of followers might be in attendance.

“We’ll must see if Vince is gonna go for the complete stadium. The plan was 45,000 seats, however that modified clearly as a result of they didn’t put tickets on sale.”

It was introduced up as to why WWE introduced Drew McIntyre vs. Bobby Lashley for the WWE Title at WrestleMania 37 although McIntyre was dealing with Sheamus at Fastlane and the way this announcement made the singles match at Sunday’s pay-per-view occasion irrelevant.

“It’s WrestleMania, they’re going to place tickets on sale most likely in per week or two. No matter it was, they pulled the stuff earlier as we speak, so it’s not prefer it was one thing that was determined even like Sunday. It was determined as we speak, possibly Sunday, however they pulled the tickets as we speak. No matter it was. I’ll put it this manner, it wasn’t determined Saturday. No matter it was, it was one thing that simply occurred.”

Alvarez speculated since there may be going to be two nights of Mania, maybe WWE will begin asserting which matches will happen on every evening of Mania after Fastlane then they’ll put the tickets on-sale so followers eager to see sure matches and might solely afford to attend one evening can decide.

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