Wrestlemania 37 Stage Construction Video
WWE is currently building the set for Wrestlemania 37 inside Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL.
Over the years, fans have been excited to see a sneak peek at the construction process.
Videographer Action Jax FPV has uploaded some footage taken overhead of the stadium, which shows some progress on the set construction.
Based on the video, WWE has begun setting up the stage (which resembles a pirate ship), as well as the support columns behind each corner of the ring.
Check out the footage below.
Long-time WWE set designer Jason Robinson recently spoke on the construction of this year’s WrestleMania 37 stage.
“A lot of sports fans around the world have just seen the stadium. So they know what it looks like. ‘Now it’s our turn. We’re going in there to do something different. ‘I don’t think it matters whether fans are seeing it again after the Super Bowl or for the first time with WWE, they are going to love what they see.”
WWE is expecting 25,000 fans for each night of Wrestlemania. Tickets are being sold in pods, with social distancing rules in place. Fans will be subject to wellness screenings including temperature checks. The event also has a face-covering policy, with free masks handed out upon entry. Also, tickets and concessions will be contactless.
WWE Wrestlemania 37 will take place inside Raymond James Stadium on Saturday, April 10, and Sunday, April 11. The event will air live on PPV, Peacock, and WWE Network.