WWE is doing what they can to keep programming on the air during the current global pandemic. Seth Rollins was a part of those shows, but he didn’t know what to expect.

While speaking to WWE The Bump, Seth Rollins opened up about the empty WWE Performance Center shows. He didn’t know how it would feel to go out there in front of zero fans. In the end, it was a cathartic experience.

“After a couple of weeks of feeling very odd about discussing our industry on social media because of what’s going on in the world around us it felt very nice to just get out there and do what we do.”

“It was a very cathartic experience in that way. I wasn’t really sure how I’d feel when I walked out the curtain and have no fans in attendance. I wasn’t sure how that was gonna feel like for me so to go out there and do what we do and let it all out and tell Kevin how I really feel after months and months and months. After a couple of weeks of what’s going on in the world. To go out there and do what I do best it was, like I said a cathartic experience.”


Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens are set to face each other at WrestleMania 36. Their match was a long time in the making, but it wasn’t planned to go down in front of zero fans.

Seth Rollins is not alone when it comes to having a cathartic experience with the Performance Center shows. A lot of fans also appreciated the brief escape from the world’s problems.

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