WWE Superstars might have to get used to wrestling in front of zero live people. Until the coronavirus pandemic is over it appears that they will need to wrestle in front of nobody, or not wrestle at all.

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In honor of last week’s historic episode of Friday Night SmackDown, Sami Zayn posed a question. He wanted to know about memories anyone had of poorly attended shows.

Last night’s historic episode of @WWE Smackdown, performed in front of no audience for the first time ever, got me thinking about the many times in my career I performed with low turnouts.

Fellow performers & fans alike – what fun memories do you have of poorly attended shows?


Kevin Owens had a memory that he wanted to share. Owens and Zayn have been through a lot during their time in the pro wrestling business. This made one show in Owens’ hometown stand out for him.

I wrestled in front of 23 people in my hometown once. You were there. We went to eat after. You probably did something odd like sit at a stranger’s table and take a bite from their plate or ask for “Dr. Peezy” when the waiter asked what you’d like to drink.

Hopefully, WWE Superstars won’t have to wrestle in front of zero live fans for long. This will be a very interesting time in pro wrestling and world history. We thank you once again for reading all about it right here at Ringside News.

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