The WWE has extended their rental agreement at the Amway Center through November. Although it has not been announced, there are no plans to go on the road for the rest of 2020.
Wrestling insider Bryan Alvarez noted on Wrestling Observer Live that the plan is to stay there at least until January.
Alvarez said, “I have been told, and this is unofficial because WWE is officially stating through November. But I have been told that this is probably going until at least January. For the original agreement, no fans were allowed in. Maybe they’ve adjusted the agreement and fans can slowly be put into the business like they’re doing with the Performance Center. But they are in the ThunderDome for a while.”
Florida Governor Ron Desantis has lifted restrictions for sports and entertainment events so, in theory, if WWE wanted to allow fans into the ThunderDome then they would be allowed to do so. Some NFL stadiums have allowed fans to attend games in groups and they are socially distancing from each other and they are required to wear masks. If the Amway Center allows them to do so, it’s possible that fans could be allowed at shows before the end of the year.