Back on August 21, WWE broadcast their first show from the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida since January 2019. Orlando Magic's home will host all main roster programming for the next two months after WWE agreed to a $450,000 residency with the arena.
New details about the wrestling behemoth's agreement with the Amway Center were uncovered by Greg Angel at Spectrum News 13. Angel obtained a copy of the contract both parties signed which revealed WWE's permit to use the arena runs until October 31. Both parties can agree to either extend or shorten WWE's residency with two weeks notice.
The contract also confirmed WWE's next pay-per-view after Payback will be on September 27. While the agreement didn't confirm the name of the pay-per-view, previous reports have noted WWE will host its annual edition of Clash Of Champions on that date.
The breakdown of how much the company is paying the Amway Center was uncovered too. WWE has agreed to pay $12,500 for every Sunday event, $10,000 for every episode of Raw and SmackDown, and $7,500 for any other day the wrestling behemoth uses the venue. When the arena is not being used, WWE is currently paying $2,500 per day.