2020 was a year full of difficulties for WWE which, due to the Pandemic caused by the well-known Covid-19 virus, had to deal with various problems and first of all the absence of public from the shows. During the year, in particular, in the month of April, the federation led by Chairman Vince McMahon made some important cuts such as the Hall of Famer Kurt Angle or even the Bulgarian-born wrestler Rusev then passed into All Elite Wrestling and now called Miro.
In this 2021 the WWE wants to make up for itself and perhaps beat the competition through various important initiatives. After the Raw Legends Night that was the first episode of the red show of the year which starred some of the greatest legends of the WWE, the colleagues of Sportskeeda have learned that there is something around Stamford that is 'cooking'
According to reports from Sportskeeda Wrestling, several stars of the Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown rosters will be part of a show called 'WWE Superstar Spectacle', which will be broadcast on Sony Ten 1 and Sony Ten 3 which will be held on January 26th.
According to some rumors this show will be held on the occasion of the Indian Republic Day and will also feature some stars of Indian wrestling, some of the most interesting talents in the nation.
WWE organized a special show with some Raw and SmackDown stars
As for the talents of the Raw and SmackDown superstars who will participate in the event, the presence of Drew McIntyre, AJ Styles, Charlotte Flair, The New Day, Bayley and Rey Misterio seems very likely.
Among the legends of Indian wrestling, Jinder Mahal, Kavita Devi and Indus Sher will be protagonists as well as young talents such as Gurvinder Singh, Laxmi Rajpoot and Sukhwinder Grewal. In WWE, the Chairman of the federation Vince McMahon is working in this 2021 to organize more and more events and beat the competition of All Elite Wrestling, a federation of Tony Khan that in recent months have had a clear growth and that have hired stars of the caliber of Jon Moxley (ex-Dean Ambrose), Chris Jericho and finally of Miro (ex-Rusev).
The COVID-19 pandemic made life much more difficult for many people. WWE Superstars were affected by the pandemic as well and some of them decided to take a step back from the ring to be with their families. Roman Reigns was one of those Superstars who put his health and family first, deciding to pull out of the ring at an early stage.
However, Reigns’ decision to pull out of WrestleMania 36 left a few of his fans disheartened. The Big Dog decided to reach out to one particular fan who’d purchased tickets to watch Reigns live at The Grandest Stage of Them All.