WrestleCon will reportedly be moving from Los Angeles this year to Tampa for the WrestleMania 37 weekend. With WrestleMania originally set to take place in Los Angeles, the annual WrestleCon event was scheduled for the days surrounding ‘Mania in the hope to attract fans who flew in to Los Angeles.
With WrestleMania 37 taking place in Raymond James Stadium, WrestleCon have opted to move their event to Tampa, Florida. Originally WrestleCon stated that they would be sitting out this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
WWE announced earlier this year that WrestleMania 37 would be taking place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Last year’s iteration of the show had to take place in the empty Performance Center, making WrestleMania 36 the first and likely ever ‘Mania with zero fans in attendance.
It was recently reported that WWE can have around 25% capacity at the Raymond James Stadium this year. WrestleMania 37 will be taking place over two nights (April 10th and 11th).
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