WWE postpones WrestleMania 37 on-sale ticket date



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WWE postpones WrestleMania 37 on-sale ticket date

The 37th edition of WrestleMania, the most important annual event for the history and for fans of Great Wrestling, will be held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on 10 and 11 April. This event will coincide with the return after more than a year of fans to the stands of wrestling arenas and WWE is hard at work trying to make the biggest show possible.

During the last episode of Monday Night Raw, Vince McMahon's company announced through a promo that the sale of tickets for The Show of the Immortals is postponed. Less than a month after the official event, many fans are worried about how the situation will be handled and if there is any particular problem.

The situation linked to the pandemic and the Coronavirus problem has not ended and there is tension on how everything will be managed. The specific WWE press release read: "The sale of Wrestlemania 37 tickets is postponed to a later date as the plans and definition of the two nights are still stalled.

We plan to put the tickets back on sale within next week." All while the UFC announced the imminent arrival of a show that will instead be entirely open to the public.

WWE's development for WrestleMania 37

WrestleMania 37 is definitely the WWE event of the year and the company is working to create a high-level card, especially considering that the show this year will be divided into two nights.

The two main matches will be the WWE Championship match (officially announced tonight) between champion Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre. The other match instead foresees the great meeting (and perhaps the most anticipated of all) between Roman Reigns who will defend the WWE Universal Champion title against the Rated-R Superstar Edge.

Before this meeting, however, the WWE Tribal Chief will have to defend the title in Fastlane against Daniel Bryan. Among others, other interesting matches are also expected such as the one (not yet announced) between Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt The Fiend.

The Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal is a WrestleMania tradition. Since being established in 2014 at WrestleMania XXX, the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal serves as a vehicle to get as many WWE Superstars booked on the WrestleMania card as possible.

While the winner of the match could possibly be in line for a push on WWE television in the future, the match allows WWE Superstars who previously might not have been booked for WrestleMania to collect a WrestleMania payday.