WWE is still making plans to pull themselves out of the pandemic slump and get back to “normal.” This includes getting back in front of live fans and Vince McMahon is determined to see that happen.
We previously reported that McMahon is dead set on a venue in Lakeland, Florida for July. Those plans are still a go as Vince McMahon wants to get back in front of fans as soon as possible.
“They booked the Lakeland Florida the RP building, it’s an 8,000 seat building — they booked that for a RAW and SmackDown taping July 24th and July 27th. That’s booked. They may have delayed it, but by the middle of the week it was still on. I kinda overheard maybe they’ll delay it.”
“Then again, this is what they wanna do. I mean Vince is bound and determined to be the first one back with fans not even realizing that NASCAR and PBR have already beaten him. You know that’s just one of the things that they want to do.”
Vince McMahon is going to carry through with his plans unless someone stops him. Nobody has put their foot down against WWE so far as they continued to run in Florida.
Odds are WWE will be able to find enough Florida fans to fill up that 8,000 seat venue using social distancing protocol.
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