WWE to change the WrestleMania 37 date?

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WWE to change the WrestleMania 37 date?

As for the next edition of WrestleMania, or number 37, which initially had to be staged from Hollywood, from the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood to be precise and which instead now seems to have been moved to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, where it was to stage this year's Showcase of the Immortals edition, apparently, there could be new changes shortly thereafter, with the WWE management still working quite copiously on the plans for its wrestlers but also on those which will be the plans for the staging of the event.

After a global pandemic that has literally blocked the provisions of the WWE for what was to be the most awaited event by fans of the WWE Universe of this very unfortunate 2020 for the world of pro-wrestling and beyond, the McMahon federation would already be looking at the future, with the appointment next March, which apparently could slip once again.

Rumors on WrestleMania 37

After dividing the card of this year's event into two distinct evenings, with an experiment never made a reality only thanks to or because of the pandemic, the McMahons would also be working silently on the construction of next year's Big Four par excellence, with the date of WrestleMania 37 which is still scheduled for the 28th of March, which according to the latest rumors could, however, be postponed for the following weeks and therefore either for Sunday 11th April or for the following one on 18th April.

This scenario would have been reported as the most plausible, given that between the end of March and the beginning of April, the first anti-covid vaccine could begin to circulate in the USA, with WWE could thus begin to bring back his beloved audience on TV shows and also on PPV.

According to the well-known site WrestleVotes, in fact: "There have been internal discussions about moving Wrestlemania's set date from March 28th to April 11th or even April 18th. The goal, however, remains to have fans in the audience for the event.

The process of the move would have been thought only to help in this sense." According to what was later added by the journalist Jon Alba, apparently, the vaccine should be on the market as early as the beginning of April, with WWE being able to organize itself for the middle or the end of the aforementioned month, to stage his event par excellence, this time also with the live audience.