They might want to hurry up. We are rapidly rolling down the Road To WrestleMania 37 in Tampa, Florida on April 10 and April 11. There are still a few shows left to get through on the way there though and that could make for some interesting changes. However, there is still one of the biggest details left to go and WWE is certainly taking their sweet time with it. Now we have a better idea of why.
The biggest change to this year’s WrestleMania over last year’s will be the inclusion of fans. WrestleMania 37 will be WWE’s first event with a significant amount of fans in over a year and will mark a bit of a return to normal for the company. However, with less than two months to go before the show takes place, there is no word on when tickets will go on sale. WWE has a reason for that.
According to the WrestleVotes Twitter account, WWE has not announced the on sale date for WrestleMania tickets because the company is trying to make sure that they have the safest setup possible. There were representatives in Tampa for last weekend’s Super Bowl to gather information on how to set up the event. The planning for this show must be as precise as ever.
Source says WWE had a few representatives around the Tampa Bay area for last weekend Super Bowl. They were gathering further information on how WWE can best pull off WrestleMania safety. Hence the delay on ticket sales. The event planning & details need to be as precise as ever.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) February 11, 2021
Opinion: It makes sense to set things up as well as possible, but at the same time, it might be nice to know if you are going to be able to get a plane ticket or a way to get down to the show. While it’s true that there has to be some special treatment for the show, you also don’t want to wait for the last minute and spend money on travel if you cannot go to the show. There is still time, but WWE might want to pick up the pace a bit.
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