WrestleMania Set To Emanate From Multiple Locations
For anyone who thought that this year’s WrestleMania would not be fun in the lack of a crowd and taking place in the WWE Performance Center, the idea has since been cast away. While announcing that WWE WrestleMania will take place over two nights, it has since also been confirmed that the event will be emanating from multiple locations and not just the Performance Center.
Nothing has been said about where else the event will be taking place, but even those areas will be without a live audience as they will be closed sets with only essential personnel present in each arena.
This makes this year’s WrestleMania particularly exciting and it will be interesting to see how WWE will be innovating the product to make sense in this current climate without having any crowd to work with at the moment. There were rumors that Vince McMahon did not want to cancel WrestleMania as he was not sure when he was going to be able to host the show given Coronavirus and wanted to put on the show in the best way possible with the resources that they currently have on hand.
Potential Other Venues For WrestleMania Revealed
With WWE confirming that the event would be airing from multiple locations, there was no mention of what these multiple locations would be with the exception of the WWE Performance Center. With Rob Gronkowski hosting the show on both nights, PW Insider has brought more details about the announcement including the various locations that could be used as venues for WrestleMania in the absence of any names mentioned.
The report said that the current WWE Headquarters could be used.
“There’s no word yet on other locations, but they have other locations they control and could film in, including Titan Tower in Stamford, their new HQ in Stamford and their 3-D suite in the Performance Center (which would allow them to have matches in front of any 360 degree computer generated background). The company could try and lean on their relationships with FOX or NBC Universal for assistance in finding places to shoot content for Wrestlemania. It’s not like Universal Studios Orlando’s soundstages are in use currently.”PW Insider