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WWE’s agreement with Amway Center runs through October, doesn’t allow fans

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Some more details are being reported on WWE’s upcoming change of venue, from Central Florida journalist Jon Alba:

It’s believed WWE’s run of shows at Amway will start with SummerSlam next Sunday (Aug. 23), but that’s unconfirmed. On SmackDown last night (Aug. 14), it was mentioned that the show would be moving next week, so that brand’s go home episode could be the first thing aired live from somewhere other than the Performance Center since March.

As mentioned in our latest Rumor Roundup, no fans in the building doesn’t mean WWE wouldn’t be looking to integrate audience reactions into the show. The Twitter account WrestleVotes, one of the first sources of the news about the move, reported some details:

Should be interesting. Who’s looking forward to the new look & feel of main roster WWE?

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