WWE reportedly has no plans to return to touring and live events until August at the absolute earliest.
WWE has not toured since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, keeping all performances limited to the WWE Performance Center and the WWE ThunderDome.
WrestleMania 37, this Saturday and Sunday, will be the first time since the beginning of the global coronavirus situation that WWE has performed in front of a live audience in a stadium, with up to 25,000 fans inside Raymond James Stadium on both nights of the show.
However, PWInsider is reporting that this weekend's two night WrestleMania is not an indication that WWE is going to be returning to a touring schedule in the near future, with the current schedule showing that there are no live events or touring dates pencilled in through July.
That means any return to touring and presenting live events would come in August at the absolute earliest for WWE, although the situation will likely be considered and revised a number of times prior to then.
WWE will present Raw, Smackdown and pay-per-views from the new ThunderDome location at the The Yuengling Center after WrestleMania 37, while NXT will continue to be broadcast from the Capitol Wrestling Center at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.