By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has announced that they will be departing Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, according to Variety.com. With the NBA starting up on December 22nd, the wrestling company needed a new home.
The Orlando Magic will re-gain their home. While the WWE will relocate to Tropicana Field in Tampa, Florida.
The residency in Tampa will begin on December 11th with “SmackDown.” Then, all episodes of “Raw,” “SmackDown,” and Pay-Per-Views will take place for the foreseeable future.
“The Tampa Bay Rays are excited to welcome WWE to Tropicana Field for this residency and shine a spotlight on the Tampa Bay area for WWE fans around the world,” Tampa Bay Rays president Matt Silverman said. “The ballpark will be transformed to host the spectacle of WWE ThunderDome, allowing fans to enjoy this wildly popular experience virtually.”
The WWE has been operating the ThunderDome since August when they worked out an agreement to move from Full Sail University to the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.
Due to the coronavirus, WWE has not been staging fans on the road. No fans have been able to attend any of these shows for months.
The ThunderDome brings fans to the action through a virtual live video, which is in partnership with Famous Group.
“We are proud to have re-imagined the in-arena atmosphere and provide an interactive experience like nothing else in sports and entertainment with the launch of WWE ThunderDome,” WWE executive producer and chief of global television production Kevin Dunn said. “Our fans’ response and industry-wide recognition are both humbling and further validation of the innovative spirit and passion that exist across the entire WWE organization.”
Limited participants have been attending these close sets of events. WWE tests those, who attend their shows, for COVID 19 protocols.
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