WWE President Nick Khan talks plans for events with fans in attendance after WrestleMania

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WWE will maintain their first occasion with followers in over a 12 months with WrestleMania 37 this weekend from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida with a complete of 50,000 followers in attendance – 25,000 per evening.

It’s been beforehand reported by a couple of completely different media retailers that WWE doesn’t have plans to carry future occasions with followers in attendance no less than for the following few months. The assumption is that WWE returning with weekly TV occasions with followers in attendance may begin as early as July or within the fall.

WWE will maintain its ThunderDome setup on the Yuengling Middle beginning this month.

WWE President Nick Khan made an look on The Colin Cowherd Podcast to speak about a variety of subjects. Throughout it, he spoke about how WWE doesn’t have plans in place simply but on once they’ll return to holding weekly occasions with followers in attendance, however once they do, it simply be for TV occasions at first.

“So for this weekend’s occasion, 25,000 per evening, 25,000 for Saturday, 25,000 for Sunday. It’s our first return for our performers with followers in attendance. Everybody’s excited. From there, we’re not going again on tour but, however we’re plotting out once we’re going to return. As soon as we return, there’s no going again. So, as soon as we return, it’s going to be twice per week or with NXT, thrice per week,” Khan acknowledged (quotes will be discovered on the 51-minute mark).

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