WWE officially announced that WrestleMania 37 will be a two-night event on April 10th and 11th. This was a very exciting piece of information because it also included a return for live fans.

The company hasn’t been able to allow any live fans into their events since the pandemic started. The Capitol Wrestling Center has some fans, but they are all tested ahead of time. WrestleMania will be a much larger undertaking.

PW Insider reports that WWE’s primary concern right now is to get fans safely into Raymond James Stadium for the show of show. As of this writing, nothing else is confirmed for that weekend.

Beyond the WrestleMania events, nothing has been officially locked into place for WrestleMania weekend. There have been rumblings of doing the WWE Hall of Fame as a virtual event, but that is not 100% locked in, we are told. 

There was a report that WWE was considering a virtual Hall of Fame ceremony. That has not been locked into place either. The company has several big announcements to come, including the price of tickets for both nights of WrestleMania 37.

We will continue monitoring this ongoing situation as more information is made known.

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