It seems the decision to broadcast WrestleMania from the Performance Center is not a popular one backstage. It is to be expected, as competing in a small empty building does not scream “biggest show of the year”.
The very reliable WrestleVotes Twitter account is now reporting that the majority of the talent are hoping for a postponement. Here is the quote:
Spoke with a source who states, and this is a direct quote, “a majority of the talent are still hoping that Mania gets postponed”
Take that as you will.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) March 19, 2020
“Spoke with a source who states, and this is a direct quote, ‘a majority of the talent are still hoping that Mania gets postponed’
Take that as you will.”
We reported earlier today that there is still a good chance the show gets postponed so it possible the wrestlers get their wish. WWE is taking a number of precautions to ensure the show goes ahead.
The show is currently supposed to take place over two days and broadcast from multiple locations. This is being done in an effort to not have over 50 people in the building at any point. However, despite their efforts, it may be taken out of their hands.
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