WWE is set to find a new home for the WWE shows. As the reports suggest, WWE could be leaving the Thunderdome at Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.
WWE to end the Thunderdome experience?
WWE used to host the weekly shows and pay-per-view events at their training facility, WWE Performance Center, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
But later they introduced a new concept to the WWE Universe. They brought the Thunderdome at Amway Center which has been the home of the shows since then.
It has a new set, pyrotechnics, lasers, graphics, drone cameras, and rows of virtual fans on 1,000 LED boards. The interactive experience was a fresh concept that impressed the WWE Universe and enhanced their experience.
What could be the future plans?
Now, if the reports are to be believed, WWE is planning to leave the Thunderdome and start their usual travelling once again. The contract between WWE and Amway Center is set to expire on October 31.
Moreover, WWE stars have been informed about the tentative plans to start travelling for the events.
They have been instructed not to schedule their personal travelling plans. The reports also mentioned that, if anyone is willing to take some time off then WWE should be informed three weeks prior.
If the plans about leaving remain unchanged, then WWE Hell In a Cell on October 25, Monday Night RAW on October 26, and Friday Night SmackDown on October 30 could be the final events at the venue.
Though there is no strong evidence if WWE would renew the contract with Amway Center there are high chances that an agreement on the renewal could be set up between both the parties in the month of November.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to get worse, WWE has not decided about the venues for the upcoming events in November.
Reportedly, WWE officials came up with a small team as well. They will be figuring out the logistics required for WWE in order to hold the shows at an outdoor venue, amid the pandemic.
WWE Clash of Champions is the next WWE pay-per-view that is scheduled at Thunderdome. WWE has confirmed that that have reached the highest capacity of fans through a tweet.
You can see the Tweet below:
— WWE (@WWE) September 24, 2020
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