WWE hoped that when they first arrived inside The Amway Center, it would be for a short period of time, but this hasn’t been the case. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of problems all over the world and has hit WWE hard a number of times.
While the company hoped to be out of The ThunderDome by Survivor Series, WrestleVotes is now reporting that the company could remain inside the arena until February.
While this means that Survivor Series and TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs will be live from The Amway Center again, it appears that the company has some big plans for the Royal Rumble.
The Rumble is one of WWE’s biggest shows of the year and an event where the audience reaction matters the most. Royal Rumble relies on shocks and surprises and if there is no audience in attendance, then the show could be heavily affected.
WrestleVotes reports that WWE wants fans in the arena for Royal Rumble, even if it’s only for that one event.
It’ll be interesting to see if the rules are able to change and allow the company, who recently once again had another COVID-19 outbreak at the Performance Center, to have fans in attendance in just over three months’ time.