Many aspects of WrestleMania contribute to its spectacle every year. One aspect that gets fans hyped the most is the stage set-up for this year’s biggest show, and this year’s is fast approaching with WrestleMania 37 approaching. Given that last year’s WrestleMania was held inside an empty WWE Performance Center without fans due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more eyes than ever will be on the glamorous construction.
This year, however, WWE invites fans back for the first time since the start of the pandemic with WrestleMania 37, which hails from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Just a week before the two-night event, which takes place on Saturday, July 10 and Sunday, January 11, WWE has begun constructing the set-up for the event.
WrestleMania 37 will be with limited capacity where only 25,000 fans can attend each night. That represents 36 percent of the standard capacity of Raymond James Stadium. Seats will be sold in “pods” and social distance measures will be in place for the event. Temperature control and wellness screenings also take place upon entry, and masks are required for all fans.
Below you can watch the scene of WrestleMania 37 as the transformation from soccer field to sports entertainment hub begins. This story is continuously updated as the construction moves along.