Roman Reigns: WWE WrestleMania 37 Safety Protocols Will Be Second To None

25,000 tickets are being sold for each night at WrestleMania 37

Roman Reigns believes WWE have taken all the necessary safety precautions for fans to minimise the risk of COVID-19 spreading at WrestleMania 37.

WrestleMania 37 will be the first time WWE have permitted such a large number of fans into one of their events since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, with the promotion selling 25,000 tickets for each night of 'The Showcase Of The Immortals'. 

WWE had a chance to view how COVID-19 safety precautions work at Raymond James Stadium with the Super Bowl earlier this year and Universal Champion Reigns believes all protocols in place will see any risk completely mitigated.

Speaking to TMZ Sports, Reigns said: "I think our safety precautions are second to none. We'll have the pods to create the social distancing; masks will be required. We'll be giving out masks for those who are forgetful. We'll have, I believe, cashless concessions, so we're gonna create an opportunity where everybody's gonna be as safe as they could be."

WrestleMania 37 will be presented live on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 April.

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