– The Tampa Bay Times has a list of “WWE Do’s and Dont’s” given to local officials before the latest press conference announcing that WrestleMania 36 will be held in Tampa Bay, Florida. The upcoming event is set for April 5, 2020 at Raymond James Stadium.
The list will probably contain many things that will not be surprising to anyone, for example, that the company does not like terms such as “professional wrestlers” and “wrestling”. It is also noted that female talent should be referred to as “Superstars” now and not “Divas.” The article about World Wrestling Entertainment titles reminds how Chris Jericho previously talked about calling a championship title a “belt” is a forbidden word around Vince McMahon. At the time, Jericho said, “You couldn’t say” belt “because a belt is what you use to hold up your pants.”
You can check out the full list of the WrestleMania 36 message guidelines below: [1
9659002] * When we refer to our talent, we ask that you refer to them as WWE Superstars for both men and not as “professional wrestlers”.
* In March 2016, our female Superstar was no longer referred to as WWE Divas, so please call them WWE Superstars.
* Please refer to our company as WWE and NOT World Wrestling Entertainment.
* Please do not refer to our company as “WWE,” but only “WWE”.
* Don’t use the term “professional wrestling” instead with WWE or Sports Entertainment to describe our brand (EG “We have many WWE fans in the Tampa area” or “I’ve always been a fan of sports entertainment.”)  * The WWE Championship or the WWE Title is appropriate for the title. It is not called “belt” or “belt”.