WWE moved their road to WrestleMania back a couple of weeks and this provides them with an interesting situation. They now have three weeks between Fastlane and WrestleMania 37. That could cause a majority of WrestleMania to remain uncertain before then.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter confirmed Ringside News’ previous report that WrestleMania is not booked. “Virtually nothing for the show is a lock,” but they will present a two-night WrestleMania event on April 10th and 11th.
It was noted that since Fastlane is on March 21st, then it’s likely that WWE won’t let fans know about a majority of WrestleMania matches yet. They will likely announce those during the span of time between Fastlane and WrestleMania.
For the first time ever, they are doing a PPV show 20 days before Mania. That also means that at least some key matches won’t be announced until after the final PPV show.
The company has a lot of possibilities, and the Royal Rumble matches will obviously take care of two WrestleMania main events. The company has two nights to fill, and they are looking at around three hours each night. We will have to see what they do, but he company still has more time to not know what they’re doing.