WrestleMania 36 is in the books, which means it’s already time to start thinking about WrestleMania 37. Here’s a look at how that show might turn out.
WrestleMania 36 was originally meant to be seen inside Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida. Unfortunately due to the “current circumstances” (as WWE insists on referring to the threat of COVID-19), it became perhaps the most unorthodox WrestleMania we will ever see. This is all the more reason to look ahead to a return to normalcy at WrestleMania 37.
The immediate future of WWE programming remains uncertain. They continued to advertise the May 10 presentation of WWE Money in the Bank, though that can’t possibly go on in its original form just a little over a month from now. Even SummerSlam 2020 seems uncertain as of now, but let’s look to Hollywood.
WrestleMania 37 will be heading to Hollywood, but what might that event look like? If WWE decides to continue with a two-night format, which honestly is a better idea that going back to WrestleMania lasting for what feels like an eternity on a single day, we could see upwards of 18 matches at the show like this year.
We can expect the modern standard of tens of thousands of fans packed into a stadium, but who might we see competing? What could the landscape of WWE become just one year from now, likely after another draft or Superstar Shake-Up?