WWE is uncertain about the plans of hitting the road again. As the situation of the pandemic is getting worse day by day, the chances of resuming the touring is decreasing as well.
WWE to resume touring soon?
Keeping the current scenario in mind, WWE is not planning to start travelling anytime soon.
As per the reports, the company is planning to resume the schedule of Friday Night SmackDown, non-televised live events on Saturday and Sunday, Monday Night Raw at different locations, not before the year 2022.
WWE had moved its shows to the company’s training facility the Performance Center which is now renovated and known as Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando, Florida, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
They later moved to the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida as well and introduced the new concept and highly interactive, WWE Thunderdome. It had new set, pyrotechnics, lasers, graphics, drone cameras, and rows of virtual fans on 1,000 LED boards.
There has been talks of finding the new home for the weekly shows and pay-per-view events as the contract with Amway Center is getting expired on October 31. No word has been out yet about the move or staying put at the venue.
Stay tuned for more updates!