WWE has been looked down to venues since March when the COVID-19 pandemic hit America and forced WWE to remain inside the Performance Center for a number of months.
WWE has since been hit by a few outbreaks at the Performance Center and concerning some of their stars but has been able to move to The ThunderDome in recent months where there seems to be a much safer setup.
While the company has been pushing for fans to return in person as soon as possible, it appears that they have targetted the night after WrestleMania 37 next year as the place where live arena shows should be able to restart.
According to a report by WrestleVotes, this is the current plan, but the move from The ThunderDome at The Amway Center to Tropicana Fields in Tampa Bay could allow the company to become open to the possibility of fans at the Royal Rumble as well.
The past year has hit WWE hard and the company is aware that moving forward they will have to adapt to a new normal, but right now it seems that the focus is to bring back the fans when it’s safe to do so and then move forward from there.