The calendar is ticking. We are less than twenty five days away from WrestleMania 37 and the show is starting to come together. There are several matches already set for the card, including both World Title matches. While there are still a few things to work out for the show, you can feel the excitement building. That being said, there are still some things to figure out and one of them might be rather complicated.
One of the most interesting things that WWE has announced for WrestleMania is the return of fans in large numbers. The company has not had a significant amount of fans present for an event in over a year now due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but that will be changing next month. WWE announced an on-sale date of Tuesday, but then that date was moved back. Things are not exactly looking great at the moment.
According to Wrestling Observer Radio, the on-sale date was moved as WWE is changing the amount of tickets that will be available, though it is not clear if the number will be increased or decreased. The most recent plan was for about 45,000 people per night at the event. According to Fightful Select, the delay was not a surprise to several members of the WWE roster, as they had not been able to find information about tickets for friends or family. There is no word on when tickets will go on sale, as WWE only said a date would be coming within the next week.
This is going to be interesting. Check out what fans can expect from WrestleMania:
Opinion: I don’t know what WWE is doing here but they need to make a decision in a hurry. We are less than four weeks away from the show and if tickets do not go on sale until next Monday at the earliest, fans will have less than twenty days between buying tickets and the event itself. That is one thing for people living in or around Tampa, but if WWE wants to come close to selling the place out, they are making it incredibly hard on the fans and themselves by leaving so little time.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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