After WWE confirmed its plans to resume live event touring in July, many fans are excited to see shows be held with people in attendance once again.
Pwinsider.com reports that there have been mixed reactions within WWE regarding this move as there is a lot of excitement about going back on the road among wrestlers, but there are also some wrestlers who are being cautious with their expectations when it comes to how the shows will draw.
While more people are being vaccinated in the United States, some states are more open than others. The report stated there is a lot of internal interest in how tickets to the initial shows will sell when they go on sale this week.
Those shows include SmackDown on July 16th in Houston, Money in the Bank on July 18th from Fort Worth and Raw the following night in Dallas.
It was added that some wrestlers are hopeful for pay increases due to merchandise royalties from live events.
No other dates or locations have been announced for the planned 25-city tour that will wrap up on Labor Day, but that will change soon.