As you know, both parts of Wrestlemania 36 were fully recorded last Wednesday and Thursday, just before the start of the confinement pronounced by the county where the Performance Center and Full Sail University are located.
Sports Illustrated returned to the situation and explained the drastic sanction for an employee who would have in mind to release the results of the WWE flagship event. According to the site, any employee having fun revealing the spoilers risks being fired.
However, to minimize the risk of spoilers, very few employees were present during the recordings of each match. These employees have been handpicked and are considered trusted people. According to SI, we obviously find Vince McMahon but also Kevin Dunn, Paul Heyman or Bruce Brichard.
SI makes it clear that the majority of producers and agents were not present during the matches. Some seem to have attended the recordings because they were considered reliable, such as Adam Pearce, Shawn Michaels or “Road Dogg” Brian James.
It is also interesting to note that the Wrestlemania recordings took place at night, as Sports Illustrated points out. According to the site, WWE would have recorded at the Performance Center from 11 p.m. until 5 a.m.