WWE is airing WrestleMania 36 on April 4th and 5th. The event is now being promoted as too big for one night, but we all know why WWE made this difficult decision.
The COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t seem to be getting any better. People are at risk and they continue to put themselves at risk by not following through with social distancing.
PW Insider noted that WWE limited the producers that they called in to help with WrestleMania 36. They didn’t want to call anyone in who had to travel in from out of state.
Only Florida-based Producers are working the tapings this week. We are told Jamie Noble, Adam Pearce, Road Dogg and Shawn Michaels (who is pitching in) have been at the tapings. WWE did not bring in producers who live in other parts of the country.
This might be a bummer for some producers who really wanted to leave their fingerprints on WrestleMania 36. These are very unique circumstances, so you have to give WWE credit for not wanting to put their employees at risk in that regard.