WWE is bringing back live fans to WrestleMania, but tickets are not on sale yet. This has left a lot of fans who have made travel arrangements, but they are missing the most important piece of the puzzle: the tickets.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that WWE is looking to bring 30,000 fans into Raymond James Stadium for WrestleMania’s two-night event on April 10th and 11th. 30,000 at each night would be quite an undertaking.

The company is still working on specifics when it comes to how they are going to safely bring fans into the show. Social distancing is essential and they are bringing in a ton of people for an event that could be labeled as a super spreader.

Raymond James Stadium has a listed capacity of 65,890. Super Bowl LV had around 24,000 fans at the event. It was previously reported that WWE is seeking to beat that number. It appears they will try their hardest to do just that.

Tags: WrestleMania
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