WWE likely to wait even longer before announcing WrestleMania matches



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WWE likely to wait even longer before announcing WrestleMania matches

In recent weeks, WWE has confirmed several great appointments with its fans, from the annual edition of the first Big Four of the year, the Royal Rumble, which unfortunately will air without the much-loved public, up to the confirmation of three editions of WrestleMania different, 37, 38 and 39, which WWE wanted to formalize with a nice video in which Roman Reigns, John Cena, Triple H and his wife Stephanie and also the Smackdown champion, Sasha Banks appeared.

With the officialization of the dates and locations of the next three editions of the Showcase of the Immortals, however, the first problems and obstacles for the McMahon family company have also arrived, namely: where the episodes of Monday Night Raw and Friday Night will be held Wrestlemania week SmackDown?

Update on WrestleMania 37

After confirming the return of the live audience in this year's edition of the Grandaddy of Them All, now there would be a new cat to eat for WWE.

If WrestleMania is in fact aired from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, where the 36th edition of the same show was to be held last year, at the moment there would be great uncertainty about where to hold the weekly tapings of the company's flagship TV shows instead, as Tropicana Field will be busy again for baseball games that week, with the Major League.

As reported by the Wrestling Observer, in fact, WWE would now have few choices to be able to decide from where to broadcast two of the most important shows of the year, namely the post-Mania ones. In fact, in recent years, WWE has left several surprises in store for fans for the post-Mania episode of Raw and also for that of Smackdown, with some big returns, NXT debuts or collections of Money in the Bank that have gone.

broadcast precisely in these episodes. The choices currently feasible for WWE would be to return to the Performance Center, without however using the ThunderDome, the Amalie Arena in Tampa, where last year's Hall of Fame ceremony and TV tapings were initially supposed to air.

a third choice that the WWE should take on the fly, given that there is very little time to start organizing for these great shows. We'll see if WWE has something important in store for its fans for these occasions, or if all the cartridges will be fired with Wrestlemania this year.

We will have to see who WWE brings in for WrestleMania 37. They obviously want to make a return of live fans the biggest they possibly can. "Once a decision was made to run the 2-night card for Mania, the creative team started working on “bigger” ideas.

The thought is WWE now needs 4 MAJOR matches, 2 per show. That probably requires outside assistance from big names. Cena & Goldberg nearly locks. Rock unlikely. Taker TBD."