Fans Have Found A Way To 'Fix' No Crowd Noise At WrestleMania
WrestleMania 36 is the strangest edition of the huge event that WWE have ever put on, for all sorts of reasons, but fans have found a way to 'fix' one of the issues.
With the Covid-19 pandemic running wild through the world, brother, WWE have had to come up with some drastic measures to host WrestleMania this year.
The 'Showcase of the Immortals' was moved from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa to the company's Performance Centre in Orlando and is taking place behind closed doors.
With no crowd in the building, the whole show has a very odd feeling to it but some fans have found a way round it.
For the first time since the event's inception in 1985, WrestleMania is also taking place over two days this year, with the company claiming this year's show is 'too big for one night.'
Of course, just as with the change of location and lack of fans, it's all to do with the Coronavirus, that has caused pretty much all other sporting events to be cancelled or postponed in the last few weeks, and those upcoming.
As well as lacking its usual lusture of huge crowds, big entrances and pyrotechnics, the show has also been recorded ahead of the show, for the first time ever.
A couple of matches have not been able to take place as originally scheduled either, with the WWE Universal match between Goldberg and Roman Reigns having to be changed.
Number one contender Reigns is immunocompromised, having recovered from leukemia last year, and has been replaced by Braun Strowman.