Multiple WWE Production Trucks Parked at Full Sail University
Photos surfaced over the weekend that WWE productions trucks were spotted at Full Sail University, hinting that it might be used as an alternate location for WrestleMania 36.
There’s no confirmation as such by WWE and it’s possible this is just overflow parking since the WWE PC and Full Sail are very close together, but it could mean WWE is using Full Sail as an alternate location for matches that could be used on Raw and SmackDown, and possibly WrestleMania 36.
For those that aren’t aware, Full Sail is where NXT’s weekly shows air from, but production was halted with the COVID-19 outbreak. Furthermore, reports are that WWE is trying to pre-tape all of their shows, including the biggest pay-per-view of the year this week.
This could also be as simple as WWE trying to find ways to shoot NXT footage while focusing most of their time and energy on their flagships shows. Remember, NXT is typically shot live and aired Wednesdays on the USA Network.
There have been plenty of rumors WWE is thinking about shooting this year’s WrestleMania from more than just the WWE Performance Center location. Trying to find ways to tackled an ambitious taping schedule, while having less than 50 people in any one building has its challenges. Then, when you factor in wanting to keep the shows entertaining, it appears WWE has found at least one other spot to shoot.
If WWE is using this as alternate location, one has to wonder where else they might try and shoot their matches?