WWE Bringing Select People To Performance Center During Halftime Heat For Security Reasons

WWE has a lot of things they need to worry about when it comes to security. You wouldn’t think that would be the case, but there was a guy who tried to get into the PC and he was shot in the process. That man is still around as well.

This might be one of the reasons why WWE decided not to let the general public into the WWE Performance Center for Halftime Heat during the Super Bowl this year. So they will only be letting a select group of people who already have an “in” get in.

Mike Johnson described the security issues at the WWE Performance Center during PW Insider Elite audio and why WWE would make such an interesting decision with Halftime Heat.

“Chances are they will do more content like this in the future. You cannot buy a ticket to it. I understand that they are basically going to populate the building with friends and family. I would assume some trusted people from Full Sail University.”

“Basically they’re going to create an atmosphere like there’s actual fans there without admitting that there are no real fans.”

“I don’t blame them. Remember they had a guy show up he got shot outside the Performance Center. He had been stalking the place. He threw feces on the wall outside. So you don’t want to encourage fans to come to that building and they do have when I was there for the opening you could just drive on. One other time I went there it was very late at night and I went just to visit with someone who was outside there, but most of the time and it might even be 24/7 now there is a posted guard. Because when you drive in it’s a big parking lot.”

“There’s other companies and facilities there. It’s not like you drive up and it’s WWE. You have to drive up in the lot and then down straight and they’re off to the left-hand side. So there’s other businesses there and not retail outlets like other businesses and factories and things so at this point you would have to get past some sort of security just to get past the parking lot. So I don’t see WWE encouraging fans to come to the building.”

WWE needs to be very careful about who they invite into the WWE PC. Because they never know just who might have stepped over that line from WWE Superfan to stalker.


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