WWE is holding another two-night WrestleMania event this year. April 10th and 11th will be here before we know it, but the company isn’t ready to start selling tickets quite yet.

The Super Bowl just took place in Raymond James Stadium, home of WrestleMania 37. We previously reported that the Big Game’s cardboard cutouts caused discussion within WWE about using that trick to fill out the crowd.

Wrestle Votes further reported that WWE sent representatives to the Super Bowl so they could check things out. The company is still trying to figure out how to hold WrestleMania in the safest way possible. That is currently holding up ticket sales.

Source says WWE had a few representatives around the Tampa Bay area for last weekend Super Bowl. They were gathering further information on how WWE can best pull off WrestleMania safety. Hence the delay on ticket sales. The event planning & details need to be as precise as ever.


WWE doesn’t want to take any chances with WrestleMania 37, and they are going to do everything possible to ensure that fans who attend the event can do so in a safe manner. There are obviously a lot of things to consider because WWE has yet to allow that many fans into an event during the pandemic.

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