• Vince McMahon Hoping To Do WrestleMania 37 With 65,000 Fans In Attendance
Since the end of March, WWE has been forced to hold events without fans due to restrictions on public gatherings because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Things only got better in August when WWE introduced the ThunderDome, but obviously, they wouldn’t want to go with it come WrestleMania.
According to current plans, WrestleMania 37 is slated to take place at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles California, but there’s a big possibility of it moving to the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida (which was the original site for WrestleMania 36).
The company would only hold the Show Of Shows in a stadium if public gatherings are allowed by March 2021. Florida looks like a good choice for WrestleMania 37 because Governor Ron DeSantis has already allowed sporting events to resume at huge capacities under phase 3 of the reopening of the state.
Jon Alba of MyNews13 reported that Miami Dolphins are now allowed to run their games at a capacity of 65,000 fans at the Hard Rock Stadium.
An official from Gov. Ron DeSantis' office tells me:
"Sports franchises can do as they please, they don't need clearance from the state."
— Jon Alba (@JonAlba) October 7, 2020
This means that WWE can also easily go ahead with a WrestleMania attended by thousands of fans next year, if they would like to do so.
WrestleVotes noted that Vince McMahon has been hoping to hold WrestleMania 37 at full capacity, so Florida is a pretty strong runner to host next year’s Show Of Shows.
The state of Florida will begin allowing full capacity attendance for stadiums events.
Vince has been privately holding out hope for a full capacity WrestleMania. He gets his wish. Whether or not 65K fans show up is another question.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) October 7, 2020
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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates Her Birthday
Old School WWF Veteran Rockin’ Robin (Real name: Robin Smith) celebrates her 56th birthday today.
Robin is the sister of fellow Old School WWF Veteran Sam Houston, the half-sister of WWF Legend Jake “The Snake” Roberts and the daughter of NWA Veteran “Grizzly” Smith.
The latter of them sexually abused her as a kid, beginning at age 6 or 7.
Rockin’ Robin wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from November 1987 until she left in 1990, winning the WWF Women’s Championship from Sensational Sherri in 1988, a title she held till the end of her WWF run.
WWF retired the championship after Robin left and she’s still in possession of the actual belt today, a title she never lost.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ROCKIN’ ROBIN!