The new WWE facility at Madison Square Garden is set to be a major part of the New York Giants’ upcoming season, but there’s still one big problem with the new digs, the Times reports.
While there will be a lot of seating, the seats aren’t as big as those at the old Madison Square Arena.
That’s because of a loophole in the seating policy.
The Times reports that the Giants will pay a team of local architects to create seats for the Giants.
That means fans who live in New York City, Philadelphia, and Boston can watch the Giants play at Madison, but can’t watch the games on television.
But the seats will be made up of steel sheets and covered with a layer of plastic that will be impervious to heat, which is something that fans can’t do.
The Giants are also trying to move the team to a different building.
But that will only happen if the Giants move the entire arena to the New Jersey Meadowlands, which are a few miles away.