While many other sports have decided to postpone some big events, WWE is adamant about going forward with WrestleMania 36, even though it means that they have to do the show in front of no audience.
Mike Johnson of PWinsider had recently written a report on the matter and suggested there was only one person in WWE who did not want to cancel the show, Vince McMahon:
“I can confirm after speaking to dozens of people in the company,” said PW Insider’s Mike Johnson. “I’m talking wrestlers, behind the scenes people, whatever, there is only one person who felt that they should have went forward with WrestleMania and that’s why they’re going forward with WrestleMania and that’s Vince.”
However, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer recently contradicted this story and in a reply on Twitter, he said that there are some people within the company who do agree with the Boss:
I can only say this. While the majority of those I've talked with did not want Mania to take place the way it did, I know of different people who did agree with him. It was Vince's call of course, but the idea nobody agreed with him is false. https://t.co/RvhekLLCME
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) March 28, 2020
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