According to several reports, WWE WrestleMania 37 will be held on Sunday, April 11th, two weeks later than originally planned.
Fightful first reported that the company’s biggest event of the year was originally set for March 28th, but that internal documents now list the April date. POST Wrestling later confirmed that report.
WWE has yet to respond to an inquiry about the change.
While yet to be formally announced, the show was being planned for Tampa, Florida’s Raymond James Stadium as recently as October. The 2020 edition was initially slated for that location but was moved to the Performance Center over two nights due to the pandemic. That would mean the plan to host this year’s WrestleMania at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium would be shelved for the time being.
In a related story, PWInsider reported Friday that this year’s Elimination Chamber will be held on Sunday, February 21st, a week earlier than planned.
Paired with the WrestleMania change, that would seem to point to WWE wanting to return to one domestic event per month for the time being given that travel to Saudi Arabia for super shows is off the table for now.