Report: WWE Planning To Remain At The Amway Center Until At Least January 2021
The company's residency has reportedly been extended...
WWE has broadcast all main roster programming from the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida since August 21. The company's residency at the arena was originally scheduled to lapse on October 31, but Mike Johnson of PWInsider reported both parties have agreed to extend their agreement through to the end of November. This means the 2020 edition of Survivor Series will emanate from the ThunderDome.
WWE is planning to remain at the Amway Center beyond their current residency agreement, according to Bryan Alvarez. He reported on Wrestling Observer Live that WWE sources have said the company is planning to broadcast shows from the venue until at least January 2021.
Alvarez said: "I have been told, and this is unofficial because WWE is only officially stating through November, but I have been told this is probably going until at least January."
Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer provided additional details soon after. WWE and the Amway Center reportedly agreed to extend the lease through November "some time back," and both parties are currently in negotiations over extending the residency again. A final date has not been finalised as of yet, though.