WWE signed a deal with Amway Center in August, in order to convert their stadium into the state-of-the-art ThunderDome, which would serve as the location for RAW, Smackdown, and PPVs for ten weeks, until October 31st.
However, it seems like the company is set to extend the deal with the stadium, according to the latest report by PWInsider.
The company will remain in the Amway Center for at least four more weeks following the completion of their current deal.
With Florida completely opening up under Phase 3 regulations, WWE has the option to bring back fans for the shows at 100% capacity, but it seems like they will stick with the current format for the safety of their personnel.
It was earlier reported that WWE preponed the Hell in a Cell PPV by one week to October 25th, in order to squeeze in one more show in the Thunderdome.
However, with the latest deal, WWE will be able to present Survivor Series 2020 as well from the arena.