The road to WrestleMania 37 has one more stop, the WWE Fastlane pay-per-view on March 21, before WWE welcomes back fans for its biggest annual event. The company recently announced tickets for WrestleMania 37 go on sale on March 16.
WrestleMania 37 takes place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida – what would have been the site of WrestleMania 36. An exact capacity for WrestleMania 37 was not mentioned in the announcement but Florida is among the few states allowing events to have full capacity crowds along with Texas and Mississippi.
The company addressed the matter by saying, “WWE is coordinating with local partners and government officials regarding safety protocols for WrestleMania and will share details in the coming weeks. Information on additional WrestleMania Week events is forthcoming.”
As was the case in 2020, WrestleMania will again be a two-night event spanning April 10 and 11. The Tampa Bay Times reported, “Last month, Raymond James Stadium hosted Super Bowl 55 with an official attendance of 24,835, which was at 37 percent capacity. The Bucs played their home games this past season at 25 percent capacity.”
WrestleMania will be streamed live exclusively on Peacock in the United States and on WWE Network internationally. Ticket prices for WrestleMania range from $35 to $2,500. Limited combo and single tickets will be available. As of right now, the match card is as follows:
- Universal Championship – (C)Roman Reigns vs. Edge
- SmackDown Women’s Championship – (C)Sasha Banks vs. Bianca Belair
After WrestleMania 37
Aside from WrestleMania occurring at Raymond James Stadium, the WWE ThunderDome has hosted all WWE events since August 2020. The ThunderDome’s first residency at the Amway Center in Orlando lasted from Aug. 21 through Dec. 7, 2020. The residency ended as the venue was needed for the 2020 – 1021 NBA and ECHL hockey seasons.
Tropicana Field, home of baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays, in St. Petersburg has been the home of the ThunderDome since Dec. 11, 2020. The WWE’s current residency is expected to end on April 5 as baseball season starts on April 1.
The new location of the ThunderDome is expected to be the Yuengling Center on the campus of the University of South Florida in Tampa. An official announcement hasn’t been made as of this writing but the new residency should start on April 9 according to multiple media outlets.
CBS Sports reported all WWE pay-per-view event locations after WrestleMania 37 are to be announced. This excludes NXT Takeover: Dublin scheduled for June 20.