WWE hasn’t seen a fan at a live event since April. The novel coronavirus pandemic changed all of their plans, but Florida is hopeful that fans will be able to return soon.
While speaking in a recent press conference, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis stated that he believes there is a window to allow fans at live events once again. They will pay attention to the data, but it could be coming as early as June. As of this writing, it is April 30th, so June is closer than you’d think as it is practically next month.
“There’s a lot of good stuff going on, but I don’t think we’re ready to have fans yet, but I do think if the trends are good I think there is a window to have fans. You’re not going to have everyone packed in, but man, in 90 degree weather in Florida and someone is 10 feet away from ya and you want to watch the ballgame or something that may be something you’re able to do. We’re going to be driven by the facts, driven by the data.”
This is very interesting and it might give fans a lot of hope. The important part is that the spread of COVID-19 needs to level off enough for them to safely allow fans back inside the building. Things might be different as social distancing will need to be observed, but Vince McMahon even stated during the company’s 1st quater 2020 investors’ call that they are working on options to bring fans into the WWE Performance Center.
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