WWE’s extension of their deal with the Amway Center will see the promotion stay at The ThunderDome for an additional four weeks on top of the initial 10-week contract.
On Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez reported that WWE has no plans to begin touring until next year.
“I have been told, and this is unofficial because WWE is officially stating through November. But I have been told that this is probably going until at least January. For the original agreement, no fans were allowed in. Maybe they’ve adjusted the agreement and fans can slowly be put into the business like they’re doing with the Performance Center. But they are in the ThunderDome for a while.”
It is to be noted that Florida Governor Ron Desantis has lifted restrictions for sports and entertainment events. This leads to the notion that WWE could potentially bring fans into the ThunderDome if the circumstances allow for the same.
At present, some NFL stadiums are allowing fans to attend their games in groups. The attendees have to wear masks and adhere to strict social distancing guidelines for the cause.
Similarly, if the Amway Center allows WWE to bring fans to the tapings, then the live audience could return to the shows before the end of this year.