In a Tweet earlier today by WrestleVotes, and confirmed by Jon Alba, WWE has been having discussions of moving WrestleMania to mid-April. This is coming up as uncertainty over the location of the event still looms over everything. As of right now, the event is still officially scheduled for March 28th at SoFi Stadium, but WWE has been wanting to move to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL due to relaxed rules on attendance.
One important thing to note about this timeline, though it is a bit early:
— Jon Alba (@JonAlba) November 12, 2020
In another Tweet, Alba also mentions that just “months” before WrestleMania, the Super Bowl is scheduled to happen at Raymond James with a 20% capacity. The NFL has stated that they are exploring pods for attendees to sit in together as groups that are isolated, similar to what NXT has done. But Vince is still insistent on holding a full capacity event. We’ll be following both stories to see what develops.
Jason’s Jest: Moving a few weeks later might not be a bad idea. This would give more time to evaluate how well the Super Bowl precautions work and how to best implement.