It’s been over three months that WWE hasn’t held a single live event because of the on-going coronavirus pandemic. WrestleMania 36, Money In The Bank, NXT TakeOver: In Your House, Backlash, all had to take place in an audience-less arena.
Although the company has managed to bring live fans back in the form of enhancement talents and even installed Plexiglass barriers around the ring for enhanced safety, a second wave of COVID-19 is a major fear for most people in the United States.
According to PWInsider, WWE is hopeful about resuming live events toward the end of summer. This means that the company is only a couple of months away from hosting a live crowd at their tapings.
“We are told that the company is hoping, if all works out, to be prepared to hold live events by the end of the summer.“
“The entire process has been described as being very “day to day” with plans and strategies quickly changing as the company works to establish different contingency plans.“
WWE is optimistic about running events out of the Full Sail University and Performance Center with a live audience by August. This essentially sets them for a return just in time for The Biggest Party Of The Summer.