Report: WWE Planning To Resume Touring In July
July is shaping up to be a popular month for going back on the road
WWE is planning to go back on the road in a couple of months.
According to Andrew Zarian of the Mat Men Pro Wrestling Podcast, WWE plans to resume touring starting with the July 16 edition of Friday Night SmackDown. There is no word on where that show will take place as of yet.
Zarian said: "It looks like WWE is going to be touring starting July 16th. This is for the main roster shows so SmackDown would be the first one with a live audience. I have no idea where they're gonna do it. I don't know anything beyond that the date to start touring is July 16th. Or listen, I could be wrong with that. Actually, let me read the message, 'Fans back with July 16th to 19th.' I don't know if that's a one-off week that they're gonna have fans but it looks like July 16th they're gonna go back to having a live audience in some capacity."
Multiple reports in recent weeks have noted WWE could resume touring any time from June to late August. The company is hoping to have fans in attendance for SummerSlam, though, and Madison Square Garden, Las Vegas, Texas and Phoenix are under consideration as possible locations for The Biggest Party Of The Summer.