WWE announced a 25-city tour yesterday, their official return to the road. That was a big announcement, but they only dropped the first three cities. More are coming and the company is looking at specific areas.

Director of Live Events, Adam Pearce, wasn’t on SmackDown this week as Sonya Deville said he is out scouting locations. He also tweeted out after WWE’s big announcement that he is on the search for the company’s next destinations.

According to PW Insider, WWE is currently eyeing markets where COVID-19 safety regulations aren’t are strict anymore. The Southwest and Florida seem to be key options for them at this time

It is expected that many, if not all of the events, will take place in markets where COVID-19 safety rules have started to become more relaxed.  The Southwest and Florida seem most likely for future events, but we’ve heard Iowa and Pennsylvania have been bandied about as well.  


WWE called Florida their home during the pandemic because Governor Ron DeSantis declared pro wrestling, and any other entertainment industry, as an essential service. This came one day after Linda McMahon promised millions to the state through her Trump Super PAC.

We will have to see where WWE picks to run next, but they aren’t likely to choose a location that will limit their seating or require everyone to wear a mask. Stay tuned, because this situation could get interesting.

Where do you want to see WWE travel next? Sound off in the comments!

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