WWE is making some big plans to bring back live fans. That could come along prior to their July pay-per-view as well. They know that fans are missed and want to fix this situation as soon as possible.
The Mat Men Pro Wrestling podcast was the first to break the story that WWE is returning to the road in mid-July. It was said that SmackDown would be the first show to invite live fans back, and touring is slated to start on July 16th.
“It looks like WWE is going to start touring on July 16. This is for the main roster shows. SmackDown would be the first one. I have no idea where they’re going to do it. I don’t know anything beyond that the date to start touring is July 16. I could be wrong (about touring). Let me read the message, ‘Fans back July 16-19.’ I don’t know if that’s a one-off week where they’re going to have fans, but it looks like July 16 they’re going to go back to having a live audience in some capacity,”
The Mat Men Pro Wrestling podcast followed up with their prior report. They posted online and said that July’s return is “looking bigger than anticipated.”
We will have to see what this means, but fans might be able to come back for the July pay-per-view. As of this writing, the company has not officially announced a name or a date for their upcoming July pay-per-view. They have also not addressed a location for the event either.
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