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WWE workers upset with WrestleMania 36 celebration

Several WWE workers are upset with the decision to celebrate WrestleMania 36

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WWE workers upset with WrestleMania 36 celebration

WWE workers upset with WrestleMania 36 celebration

WWE workers upset with WrestleMania 36 celebration

Several employees of WWE they are unhappy with the most recent decisions made by Vince McMahon. Journalist Mike Johnson of the specialized portal PWInsider reported in the most recent episode of PWInsider Elite Audio what a large majority of company workers opposed the idea of ​​celebrating WrestleMania 36 and that she is upset that WWE President Vince McMahon made the decision unilaterally.

“After talking to dozens of company workers, including wrestlers and members of the staff technician, I can confirm that only one person voted to go ahead with WrestleMania. The reason why WrestleMania is going to be held as planned is in Vince McMahon” Johnson states in his podcast, transcript courtesy of Ringside News.

WWE could have already recorded almost all of its content

This week has been key to the future of WWE. The company has had to record all the programming for the Raw and SmackDown shows for the next few weeks and even the matches for WrestleMania 36. In principle, WWE would have already recorded almost all its content that runs from this Friday, with the broadcast of Friday Night SmackDown, until the Monday Night Raw show on April 6, the night after the last day of WrestleMania.

It should be remembered that Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer announced this week that, starting Thursday, March 26 at 11 p.m. ET, the Stay at home order will be in effect for two weeks for all Orange County residents. This includes the cities of Tampa and Orlando, where the headquarters of the WWE Performance Center and Full Sail University are located. WWE is scheduled to finish recording all its content this afternoon before the order goes live.

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