Wrestlemania is the biggest event for WWE and its fans. Over the years, the company has tried to enhance the experience of the biggest event by trying some new tricks. Last year, COVID-19 played a bit of letdown as it missed out on a live audience. Just imagine, the show was without any cheers from fans. Unfortunately, Wrestlemania 37 too has clouds of COVID on it, but the promotion is adamant about putting a live audience into the game.
Yes, you read that right! WWE is bringing the live audience back by following some guidelines. It’s learnt that the event of Wrestlemania 37 will be crossing the number of attendees of the recently held Super Bowl LV. Interestingly, Super Bowl took place at the same place (Raymond James Stadium of Tampa, Florida) where WM37 is scheduled to take place on 10th and 11th April.
Raymond James Stadium has a capacity of accomodating 65,890 people. During Super Bowl, 24,000 fans were allowed to mark their presence, while other seats were filled by fan cut-outs. The same trick is in WWE’s mind as they are super impressed by Super Bowl’s success. Social distancing will be followed strictly.
As per Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE is willing to fill in 30,000 seats with a real audience for Wrestlemania 37. The remaining seats are reported to be filled with fan cut-outs.
We hope everything gets back on track and fans get to live Wrestlemania moments by marking their presence at the event!
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