Report: WWE Initially Against Using Super Bowl Cut-outs At WrestleMania 37

The Super Bowl Success Could Make WWE Reassess...

The impactful visuals on display at Raymond James Stadium for the 2021 NFL Super Bowl has raised questions as to how WWE will utilise the space available to them for WrestleMania 37. 

The company's flagship, annual show will take place across two nights in April at the 65,620-capacity venue in Tampa, while Super Bowl 55 emanated from the same venue on Sunday 8 February. 

A notable inclusion in the stands by Super Bowl producers was the use of cut-outs. For $100, fans could purchase a 'virtual' seat and have their likeness placed in the stadium, filling the seats alongside the 25,000 NFL supporters also actually in attendance. 

According to Twitter account @WrestleVotes, WWE had previously been against the idea of using fan cut-outs to fill the empty seats in the Raymond James Stadium for WrestleMania 37. However, the account also speculated that the company's higher-ups may now reconsider after seeing the stunning visuals shown around the world for Super Bowl 55. 

WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon affirmed back in January that the company hoped to have some fans in attendance for WrestleMania 37 at Raymond James Stadium, and that the company would take lessons from how the NFL operated for Super Bowl 55. 

WrestleMania 37 is set to take place in less than nine weeks, across Saturday 10 April and Sunday 11 April.

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