In a recent interview with Joe Otterson of Variety, WWE President Nick Khan was questioned on several topics following WrestleMania 37 being held with fans permitted to attend and discussed the possibility of the company returning to live events.

“Any plans? Yes. Any plans we can share? Stay tuned. But just know that once we’re back on the road, we’re on the road full time. We’re not looking to do other one offs. Again, this was WrestleMania. And we felt it needed to be done for the fans. So look for news coming soon.”

The report notes that according to the company, WrestleMania 37 had a total of 51,350 fans attending, with a sell-out crowd of 25,675 each night, while the event saw a record 1.1 billion video views across their various video and social media channels, marking a 14% increase year-over-year. The company also noted that WWE content saw a record 115 million engagement on social media during the week of WrestleMania, a 102% increase, and boasted 71 Twitter trends alone between Saturday night and Sunday night, while on-site merchandise sales were said to be the highest per capita in WWE history.

Additionally, when questioned about the viewership of WrestleMania and WWE content on the Peacock streaming platform, Khan declined to comment, however Variety noted that sources state that WrestleMania drove a large influx in new subscribers to the streaming platform.