WWE Stars Performance Center

Many WWE shows and even WrestleMania 36 will take place at the Performance Center in Orlando. Since this is an unprecedented move, it has many superstars and fans talking. Some of the biggest WWE stars have also responded to the news on social media.

Sasha Banks Wants A Show Worthy Of Fans

In a social media statement, Banks says it’s a shame that fans won’t be able to attend WrestleMania this year.

However, she also says that they will put on a show that is worthy of fans.

Banks would also post “I love you @VinceMcMahon #ThankYouVince.” Her message also contained the announcement that WrestleMania would be held at the Performance Center. 

Eric Bischoff Asks Fans To Support Monday Night Raw

WWE stars respond to wrestlemania move due to coronavirus

In this social media statement, Eric Bischoff asks fans to support Monday Night Raw. He hints at the fact that the current events are making it more difficult to produce the show. Interestingly, he does not mention SmackDown Live, the show he previously managed.

Eric’s statements are quite accurate though. WWE television revolves around fan response during Raw, SmackDown, and pay-per-views. Now, the largest wrestling event of the years will have to take place without that. How will the company pull this off?

Paige Acknowledges Fan Frustration

Paige responds to wrestlemania move

Former WWE superstar Paige also took to social media to react to the situation. She acknowledged that fans must be frustrated about not attending WrestleMania this year. However, she also credits the WWE for going through with the event in a different way.


Xavier Woods Wants To Replace The Audience

Xavier Woods wants to be the audience

One of the WWE superstars who had the funniest and most passionate response to the news was Xavier Woods. In his social media message, he stated he and his friend Mikal Mosley, a WWE costume designer, would take over from the regular crowd. He also mentioned how fan reactions are so essential.

Fans actually like the idea of filling the arena with WWE talent. Of course, that would defeat the point of maintaining a good social distance, which is why fans cannot attend. That being said, all talent is tested before entering the Performance Center. In other words, it may not be such a bad idea.

There is certainly a problem in terms of having no fans at WrestleMania. But maybe Xavier Woods can come up with a creative solution?

Will There Be Refunds For WrestleMania 36?

The big question many people are asking is: “Will there be refunds for people who bought tickets for WrestleMania 36?” Many fans also wonder if any related events will issue refunds on tickets.

At the moment, it is assumed that fans who bought tickets for WrestleMania 36 and WrestleMania Axxess will get a refund. Most ticket sellers, including StubHub, Ticketmaster and other well-known vendors,  are currently giving a 100% refund on tickets for other events. Anyone who bought tickets for WrestleMania should get in touch with their respective ticket vendor for a refund.

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