Months ago WWE was forced to move all their TV tapings to the Performance Center in Orlando, but now it looks like the company is moving on to a bigger venue.
It was recently reported that WWE was exploring the idea of holding TV tapings at the Amway Center in Orlando, and now Jon Alba of Spectrum News 13 is reporting that the company has come to terms on an agreement that will allow them to use the arena through October.
No fans will be allowed to attend the shows, but WWE will have access to the arena for all events.
WWE is expected to be doing more live programming moving forward, and it was also recently reported that the company may have live fans appear on the show via a LED screen.
Video footage of the WWE production trucks arriving at the Amway Center can be seen below.
So barring an amendment in the agreement, no live fans through October, but WWE gets arena access for all events through then.
— Jon Alba (@JonAlba) August 15, 2020
— Jon Alba (@JonAlba) August 14, 2020