Why is WrestleMania happening this year? In fact, why is WrestleMania happening twice this year?
Yes, it's admirable and all that WWE are ensuring that 'the show must go on' for our entertainment, at a time when the global population so desperately needs a lift from the chaos which engulfs us, but this isn't the actual reason is it?
It's stubbornness. It's Vince McMahon's refusal to let the real world interfere with the bogus one over which he presides. It's a way for WWE to generate PPV sales - two times over - at a time when just about every sporting and cultural event has been suspended for the safety of the public.
And that's without even mentioning the performers. Roman Reigns, in the high risk category, was eventually forced to pull out after his employers failed to put his health first. Pathetically, they continued to pretend he was on the show until last night's go-home SmackDown.
Forget that we're getting Boneyard and Firefly Fun House matches to compensate for a lack of crowd - those'll be the highlights of this sorry show. The fact is, WWE - and specifically, Vince McMahon - chose to put the company's image and coffers ahead of the safety of their superstars and staff. Yes, it's all in the can now, but who knows how many wrestlers were asymptomatically affected? This decision could seriously come back to haunt them.
Oh, and here's some predictions for pretend matches.
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