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Update on WrestleMania 37 Expected Attendance for Both Nights

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WWE are currently on the ‘Road To WrestleMania 37’ with their Elimination Chamber event taking place tonight from the ThunderDome in Florida. It was confirmed back in January that there would be fans in attendance for WrestleMania 37 when WWE heads to Raymond James Stadium on April 10th and 11th.

In an update to this, Wrestling Observer Radio confirmed that there will be 30,000 fans allowed in attendance per night; at least that is the goal that WWE are hoping to reach for both nights of the show.

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SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and Kalisto recently appeared at the Daytona 500 event. There were 30,000 fans in attendance for that race and currently there is no news of a COVID-19 outbreak coming from the event.

WWE has not as of yet confirmed when tickets will be going on sale for WrestleMania 37. Usually, there is a lot of international travelling fans for the biggest WWE show of the year, but this year WWE will have to look at filling out Raymond James Stadium with local fans and people travelling into Florida from nearby states.

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