Amway Center Thanks WWE For ThunderDome Stint After Final Show
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For a few months now, WWE has been hosting all of its shows from the Amway Center, with hundreds of screens set up to turn the stadium into the WWE Thunderdome. With their deal now over, though, Amway Center has taken to social media to thank WWE for allowing them to host the company for so long.
In a brief tweet sent out earlier Tuesday afternoon, the Amway Center looked back on the 119 days and 37 shows that the arena hosted for WWE, saying that they loved welcoming in the fans to the virtual space. With WWE’s deal with Amway Center done, the company will now move to Tropicana Field, to host another Thunderdome in the arena known for hosting the Tampa Bay Rays. It’s unknown how long the Tropicana Field deal will last, but it’ll be interesting to see another Thunderdome set up in another unique location.
After a record-breaking 119 days & 37 shows, @WWE hosted its final broadcast from Amway Center. We loved welcoming all the incredible WWE fans into the arena virtually over the last four months and we can’t wait until our WWE family returns to Orlando again soon! #ThankYouWWE pic.twitter.com/ALoVlXy7CR
— Amway Center (@AmwayCenter) December 8, 2020