According to Dave Meltzer, WWE is reportedly considering holding six days worth of wrestling shows at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, from April 7-12.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that WWE is considering holding both nights of NXT TakeOver, SmackDown and Raw at Raymond James, along with WrestleMania which has already been confirmed:
“The story I’ve heard is it will probably be from [the PC], but then I’ve heard some talk that maybe they’ll go to the [Raymond James Stadium] I guess they’ll announce that this week, because I’ve heard the idea of going to the stadium and having like 3,800 people for the two shows and then maybe if that was the case then you’d go to the stadium for SmackDown and RAW as well as the two-night WrestleMania which would be six straight nights at Raymond James Stadium if they do that, and they may not. The original idea I heard was that the NXT shows will be at the Performance Center, we’ll see. Then they move to Tuesday afterwards.”
This certainly checks out, as WWE reportedly has to move out of Tropicana Field on April 5 after Raw, so moving the two subsequent episodes of SmackDown and Raw to Tropicana Field is definitely plausible.
As of right now, this has not been confirmed by WWE or even reported as 100% in the works. For any potential updates on the matter, make sure you stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com.
Thanks to Ringside News for the transcription.