WWE didn’t get to execute their plans for a WrestleMania stage inside Raymond James Stadium last year. They will get a chance to have a repeat this year, but it will be under much different circumstances.
Metro recently spoke to veteran WWE set designer Jason Robinson. He believes that fans will love what WWE has in store for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ home field on April 10th and 11th.
“A lot of sports fans around the world have just seen the stadium so they know what it looks like. Now it’s our turn. We’re going in there to do something different. I don’t think it matters whether fans are seeing it again after the Super Bowl or for the first time with WWE, they are going to love what they see.”
WWE usually pulls out all the stops when it comes to their WrestleMania stages. That yearly event seems to be the only one that still receives custom entrances at this point since the company started using the same design. We’ll have to see what kind of magic WWE’s set designers put together, but they’ve waited long enough to make this vision happen.