Edge will wrestle his first singles match after his WWE return in front of zero fans. This is not ideal, but WWE is making it work.
Vince McMahon is pushing on with WrestleMania plans because he wants to get the event over with. The truth is that he might have to make an even harder decision about the future of WWE’s television after Mania is over.
Edge spoke to The Gorilla Position where he opened up about his WrestleMania match against Randy Orton. This will be a big match for his career even if it’s in front of zero fans. He actually seemed excited about the possibilities.
“Here’s the thing it’s never been done before, right? Or, there’s been an empty arena match with Mick and Rock, but nothing like this. Having WrestleMania in an empty Performance Center, it’s just never been done. [sigh] Sure, it’s not ideal. We all get it, but we have to make do. We have to figure it out. We have to adapt and that’s what this whole thing will be.”
“I know and I feel confident because I have in Randy, and I don’t say this lightly, one of the best ever or the best ever and it is all subjective to do this. Now, you get my brain and his natural ability on this thing and I’m excited of what we can do and what we can bring the audience. All bets are off. There are no rules. It’s an entirely blank canvas.”
WrestleMania 36 will take place at the WWE Performance Center, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. WWE has a lot of very creative people on their roster. Perhaps this is time for Vince McMahon to really open up and take some of their ideas.
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