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WWE extends deal to continue with ThunderDome shows in November

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WWE won’t be leaving Orlando's Amway Center aka ThunderDome in November.

Pwinsider.com reported today that WWE has extended its deal with the arena for at least another four weeks. Of course, the original deal between the two sides was set to expire on October 31st.

There’s still no word yet regarding what WWE plans to do in December. Just like this extension, they could go that route once again or go somewhere else.

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It was previously reported that WWE had decided to put a small team together to look into the possibility of running outdoor shows once their deal with the Amway Center expires.

Then it was reported by Inside The Ropes that the company had told its wrestlers that there are tentative plans in place to start traveling again.

Vince McMahon has wanted to resume touring and have fans attend shows dating back to July. However, those plans continue to get delayed.

When the COVID-19 pandemic started, WWE used the Performance Centre for months. Once plans to try to find a venue to host SummerSlam outdoors got nixed, it caused the creation of the ThunderDome.