WWE hasn’t had live fans since WrestleMania, and they are already missed. That organic reaction will be returning soon as the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel gets brighter. The big question is whether fans will pack arenas to see WWE action once again.
During Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez addressed WWE’s return to live touring. They confirmed Mat Men Pro Wrestling Podcast’s report that fans will return in mid-July. It will be full steam ahead from there right before Money in the Bank.
“Money in the Bank is going to have fans […] Friday, July 16th SmackDown is indeed the first television show with fans, so that is when they’re coming back. July 16th and then they will be there for RAW.”
WWE is also going to introduce new stages and entranceways when they make a return to weekly television shows with live fans. After the weekend of July 16th, they will be back in business.
The company has not officially announced a return to live touring yet. That announcement is expected shortly, because they have tickets to sell. It is also unknown which locations they will go with for their return to live touring.
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