WWE has spent several months studying the possibility of performing shows with public again for the summer. Although days ago we anticipated that with the announcement of AEW, Vince McMahon’s company continued with the idea of ​​returning to national tours in August, a report from the Mat Men Pro Wrestling podcast assured that there could be a change of plans, returning the public live from July.

Although not many details were provided on this matter, WWE would be considering doing shows with fans between July 16 and 19. SmackDown could become the company’s first television show to air with an audience . The report also revealed that that weekend, non-televised live events could be held and on Monday, July 19, an episode of Monday Night RAW could be held with live attendance.

WrestleMania 37, marked the return of the live audience to WWE . The capacity enabled for Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida was 25 thousand people, however on the first night 18,328 spectators attended and 18,924 spectators on the second night. The last main roster television program with an audience was Monday Night RAW on March 9, 2020 in Washington, DC at Capital One Arena.