WWE is holding WrestleMania on two nights this year. It is a very unique situation, but the company is making it work.

Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that part of the issue is that they don’t want more than 50 people in building. The CDC suggested that all gatherings over 50 people be cancelled.

Splitting up the nights means that the backstage area won’t be full with everyone booked on the WrestleMania card. The idea of going to different locations will also reduce that number.

This could also cause each night of WrestleMania to be a shorter show. That might be idea a a seven-hour show with no live fans might be taxing.


This is uncharted territory and we’ll have to see how everything pans out. There is no certainty that Orlando won’t step in and nix WrestleMania altogether. In that case, WWE might already have back-up plan.

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