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WWE announces WrestleMania plans for 2021 and beyond

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After the COVID-19 pandemic caused WWE to change WrestleMania 2020 plans, moving event from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa to the Company’s Performance Center in Orlando, and sharing the map over two nights, fans are wondering what to expect this year.Originally, WrestleMania 2021, aka WrestleMania 37, was supposed to take place in Los Angeles, but now with the COVID crisis making still raging, plans changed yet again.

The company announced that “ Mania 37 will take place over two nights, April 10 and 11, at the venue that was abandoned last year, Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay.

WWE has also announced that WrestleMania 38, in 2022, will take place on Sunday April 3 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas – the site of WrestleMania 32 of 2016.

Additionally, WrestleMania 39, in 2023, will take place on Sunday April 2 at SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif. – which was the site originally planned for WrestleMania this year.

It is not yet clear what the attendance will look like for this year’s Mania at Raymond James Stadium, which can accommodate 65,000 people. Will WWE be operating at half, or less, of its capacity for the safety of the fans or will it attempt to fill the arena? Like last year, plans could change as the event nears, and WWE’s Tropicana Field “ThunderDome” in Tampa Bay, where they filmed weekly Raws and SmackDowns, could be a last minute change. .

Matt Fowler is a writer for IGN and a member of the Television Critics Association. Follow him on Twitter at @TheMattFowler and Facebook at Facebook.com/MattBFowler.



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