WWE celebrates unfortunate anniversary



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WWE celebrates unfortunate anniversary

Yesterday, exactly one year ago, WWE broadcast its last live event with a real audience inside the arena, with a historic event, which no one knew they were witnessing yet, fans, wrestlers and insiders included. Exactly one year after the outbreak of the world pandemic, which has thus effectively blocked all markets that had a large audience in arenas and arenas and therefore we are talking about basketball games, wrestling matches, concerts, cinemas, theaters and various shows genre, even the WWE wanted to remember how important and fundamental live fans are for a company like WWE.

WWE celebrates unfortunate anniversary

Despite the blow taken by the pandemic, just like all the other companies in the world, WWE has still kept its head high, going to reinvent itself and trying to always put on the best show possible, with each of its rosters, even if fans weren't present in the arenas.

To overcome this problem, McMahon has also created the famous ThunderDome, which manages to connect fans from all over the world to the arena where the federation show is taking place, so as not to leave the arena completely empty and silent.

Several WWE exponents reminded fans how important they are, with WWE itself sharing some photos from the company's latest live event before the show was completely blocked. Nikki Cross was given the task of thanking the fans, leaving an almost touching comment on those who make WWE the number one company in the world and who continue to follow it from home, even without being able to see their favorites up close.

WWE is bringing back live fans for WrestleMania. We will have to wait and see how long it will be after that until they can make live fans a weekly part of their programming once again. Some are hopeful that the late summer might spell different situations, but we are still a long way off from things getting back to where they need to be in order for that to happen.

Goldberg also applied for this filing through Michael Dockins, who has become well-known for pro wrestling trademarks. It wouldn’t be a huge surprise at all to see Goldberg make a return on the road to WrestleMania. He hasn’t appeared yet, but there’s still time to work him into something. As of this writing, there is still a lot of work to do on the card.