Report: WWE Talent Saw WrestleMania 37 Ticket Delay Coming
WWE WrestleMania 37 is just three weeks away...
A number of WWE talent reportedly saw the delay to WrestleMania 37 tickets going on sale coming, with the situation described as 'a mess'.
Tickets for WrestleMania 37 at Raymond James Stadium were supposed to go on sale on Tuesday 16 March but WWE confirmed on RAW via Tom Phillips and the commentary team that the date had been pushed back, with the hope of confirming a new date in the next week.
Fightful Select is reporting that a number of performers for WWE have told them that they saw the delay coming. Further WWE talent said that, prior to Tuesday's on-sale date, they had been given no information on how to procure tickets for their friends and family, apart from being informed a while back that it was likely that comp tickets would not be provided.
According to further reports from Fightful, the initial plan was for 'pods' to be utilised at Raymond James Stadium, which could be occupied by up to six people from one group, so as to maintain recommended social distancing guidelines.
WWE is planning for up to 45,000 spectators in attendance each night of WrestleMania 37, but the report goes on to say that the situation, as of early March, was 'a mess'.