Vince McMahon has been pushing for the return of live fans inside Tropicana Fields for a number of months, but it appears that with just mere weeks until the show, WWE will not be able to have a live audience at their first pay-per-view of the year.
In recent months, WWE has introduced the unique ThunderDome which has allowed fans to be part of the show, and it may be forced to continue for the time being.
According to a report by Jon Alba, while plans are always subject to change, at present there are no plans to allow the WWE Universe to be part of the show.
WWE has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year and has suffered several outbreaks in the past, so it could be too soon for live audience members to be welcomed back to ringside.
Several sports teams have been granted permission to have a limited number of fans in attendance, including the likes of Orlando Magic, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Florida Panthers.
The restrictions seem to be slowly being lifted which means that WWE can now concentrate on bringing back their live audience for WrestleMania 37 in just a few months’ time.