WrestleMania 37 is still over five months away but it's never too early to plan for WWE's biggest event of the year.
It seems that's exactly what Vince McMahon is doing.
Reports suggest that 'The Showcase of the Immortals' will be moved from Los Angeles to Tampa, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The governor of Florida has recently suggested that stadiums and arenas can soon be packed out to full capacity across the state and that bodes well for WWE.
WrestleMania 36, of course, was supposed to take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa before it was moved behind-closed-doors, so bringing it back in 2021 makes sense.
Fans in Florida could be treated to one hell of a show too, with McMahon apparently ready to stack his card full of incredible talent.
According to talkSPORT, Ronda Rousey vs Becky Lynch is being speculated for the show.
Both stars are currently absent from WWE with Lynch expecting a baby at the end of the year, while Rousey stepped away from the company after WrestleMania 35 to start a family of her own.
While the timeframe to WrestleMania would be tight - especially for Becky so soon after giving birth - stranger things have happened.
Should Vince bring both female stars back next year, excitement would reach fever pitch and the pair could finally conclude their incredible rivalry with a one-on-one match.
They have shared the ring before - in the main event of 'Mania 35 - but that was a triple threat match involving Charlotte Flair.
Rousey and Lynch could easily tear the house down with a singles bout of their own on 'the grandest stage of them All' if given the chance.
To further stoke the fire, talkSPORT have confirmed that 'The Man' was backstage at SmackDown last Friday, leading to speculation that she could be in talks to make a return soon.
On top of that, Paul Heyman has hinted that Rousey could have secretly 'extended' her WWE contract recently, suggesting she could be back in the ring soon.
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