Our team debate the big question right now: should WrestleMania 36 have went ahead at this time?
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We truly are living in unprecedented times.
The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic has massively hit how we go about our daily lives.
Countries across the globe are in lockdown to prevent the spread. Pubs and restaurants are closed and people try to keep social distance.
Sporting events are being forced to postpone or even cancel massive shows at very sport notice. Euro 2020 and the Tokyo Olympics are arguably the most high profile.
But throughout all this, one sport event has survived; WrestleMania 36.
The show is due to go ahead at the same weekend it was originally intended, only running over two days as opposed to one.
However, The Grandest Stage of Them All won’t seem as grand this year. This is because WrestleMania won’t be held in front of 70k fans in Tampa as originally planned. Instead, will take place in an empty WWE Performance Centre.
The decision has been met with a mixed response by fans worldwide. Those who were due to attend live are understandably disappointed that their chance of a Once In A Lifetime trip for some won’t happen.
Some also feel WrestleMania isn’t the same with no atmosphere. However, with so much doom-and-gloom right now, others are happy that they have something to look forward to.
With plenty to argue on both side, Steven oversees the third ever ESSR Debating Chamber, where our panel argue whether or not WrestleMania 36 should have been postponed or cancelled.
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