-- Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has given approval for the Miami Dolphins of the NFL to hold games at their stadium with 65,000 fans, which is a prelude to an official clearance for every stadium in the state to run events with a capacity crowd. With WWE likely moving next year's WrestleMania 37 to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, this would likely remove any obstacles for WWE to hold their marquee PPV in front of a sold out stadium. Obviously that would be contingent on if fans actually want to cram into a stadium but all would depend on the state of the pandemic. WrestleMania is still almost six months out, so a lot can and will change before then.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has given the Miami Dolphins full clearance to run with 65,000 fans at their stadium.
If WrestleMania were to move to Raymond James Stadium, this would indicate #WWE could probably do the same.
That doesn't mean it SHOULD. But it likely COULD.
— Jon Alba (@JonAlba) October 7, 2020