Randy Orton Apologies for Giant Light

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Randy Orton Apologies for Giant Light

One of the greatest wrestling matches of the world take place at the WWE. The WWE is the largest wrestling promotion of the world and they must put out great matches for the fans to enjoy. They generate millions of dollars every year though selling fights and tickets.

They also have a huge network which they use to run shows that help them generate even more money. The WWE takes pride in what it puts out and most of the events take place without any hiccups. This weekend, WrestleMania 35 took place which was the biggest wrestling event of the year.

Almost 80,000 people showed up to watch the wrestling matches that took place. Randy Orton took on AJ Style at WrestleMania 35 and it was a seriously good match. Unfortunately, some of the fans were not able to watch the match properly, thanks to a big light that was blocking the view.

The light was super bright, and of course the fans couldn’t stand looking at it. Randy Orton apologized to fans for the light and he stated that it was unfortunate that some fans couldn’t see what was happening.

He wrote on Twitter, “For the live crowd that saw this [emoji] tonight during my match at #WM #wrestlemania at Met Life Stadium tonight, I would like to apologize on behalf of @WWE for screwing up and shining a bright light in your eyes for 95% of our match. You missed a really great f--king match."