According to reliable Twitter source WrestleVotes, WWE could be set to make a rather interesting decision regarding the WrestleMania kickoff show.
The source is reporting that WWE is considering not holding a match on the kickoff show on Saturday 10, because the company is viewing the first entrance back in front of fans to be a huge deal:
Hearing something interesting- WWE may not feature a match on the WrestleMania kickoff show for night 1, as the 1st entrance back in front of fans is being looked at as a HUGE deal. Not decided at all, but definitely a conversation happening within creative.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) March 30, 2021
There has not been a WWE main roster show with fans since the March 9 episode of Monday Night Raw last year, so the first person out in front of the live crowd will likely be met with a huge pop from the audience.
WWE tends to put multi-man matches on the preshows, using talent they view as part of the undercard, so it makes sense to hear that they are considering not running a kickoff show match on the first night.
With just over ten days between now and WrestleMania, make sure you stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for the latest information on what WWE is planning on the show.
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