WWE announces WrestleMania 37 ticket sale date and prices



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WWE announces WrestleMania 37 ticket sale date and prices

The 37th edition of WrestleMania, scheduled for Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 April, will officially be the first WWE event to readmit the public in attendance, albeit in a staggered manner and following the strict distancing rules imposed by the safety protocols in force.

Further details, in coordination with local authorities and the Florida government, will be disclosed in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, WWE has announced that tickets for the big event will go on sale starting March 16 on Ticketmaster.

Prices range from $ 35 to $ 2500 depending on the packages and seats selected. Combos are also available for both days.

What are some of the matches at WrestleMania 37?

WrestleMania will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, the location was originally chosen for last year's edition, before being replaced in the course of construction with the Performance Center in Orlando.

Considering how the stadium has a maximum capacity of over 60 thousand people, there are all the conditions for having even a third of the fans in attendance. For empty seats, however, WWE could adopt the same technique as the NFL for the SuperBowl.

It is rumored that NXT's next TakeOver may also be staged inside the stadium, but there is no confirmation yet. Meanwhile, Vince McMahon seems to be about to overturn plans for the PPV after being furious over the leaking of news, especially regarding the match between Roman Reigns and Edge, spoiled even before the official announcement.

If the scene around the Universal Champion now seems clear, the one linked to the WWE Championship at RAW remains uncertain. Bobby Lashley has recently become the new champion, a milestone dreamed of for over 16 years, and fans have been clamoring for the dream match with Brock Lesnar, who has been absent from the scene for a year now.

WrestleMania will be broadcast exclusively on the Peacock streaming platform, which in America from this month will definitively replace the Network, absorbing all its contents. A billionaire deal, which once again solidifies WWE's media presence.

In other countries of the world, on the other hand, including Italy, the events will always be available on the Network. WrestleMania 37 is right around the corner, and many fans will be looking forward to seeing some exciting matches.

As of now, WWE has confirmed at least two title matches for The Showcase of the Immortals. Both the WWE Universal and WWE SmackDown Women's Championships will be defended at WrestleMania. Edge and Bianca Belair, the 2021 Royal Rumble winners, will challenge Roman Reigns and Sasha Banks respectively.