LA Knight has addressed criticism surrounding WWE’s decision to hold King and Queen of the Ring tournament matches at house shows.

Following his victory over Santos Escobar at the Chattanooga, Tennessee live event, Knight responded to a user’s question about why his match and Tiffany Stratton’s victory were not televised.

In his response on Twitter, Knight highlighted the importance of WWE house shows and the enjoyment they bring to both the roster and the audience. He emphasized that live events provide opportunities for WWE superstars to have fun and connect with fans in a unique way.

“I appreciate everyone saying this match should’ve been on TV. But, no need to throw live event crowds under the bus.


Live events are where the @WWE roster has as much fun as possible.

Not only having a great match, but a match with HUGE stakes makes the live events more fun!🚀”

As Knight prepares to face Tama Tonga in the tournament quarterfinals, his remarks highlight the enthusiasm and passion that WWE superstars bring to every aspect of their performances, whether on television or at live events.

What are your thoughts on Knight’s perspective regarding the importance of these live events? Do you agree with his emphasis on the enjoyment they bring to both wrestlers and fans? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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