That’s what they want. A crowd is one of the most important parts of a wrestling show. With so many different people involved in a wrestling show, it can help to give the wrestlers some kind of feedback. Without a crowd reacting in some way, the wrestlers may not know how the people are responding to what they were doing.. Things have gotten even more complicated thanks to the Coronavirus, but WWE has some plans for how to keep things going.
The Coronavirus pandemic has changed the way wrestling works as there has not been a significant crowd in person for a WWE event in over a year. This can make things rather awkward, though the Thunderdome virtual crowd has helped. It is not entirely the same though, as the people on the screens are given a bit of a push in certain directions. That was the case earlier this week.
According to 411mania.com, a WWE fan who has been a regular source of information since the Thunderdome began, reported that fans were told to boo Randy Orton during this week’s Monday Night Raw. This was the only segment where the fans were to have any specific reaction. During the segment, Orton called out the Fiend and teased setting him on fire again, only to hit him with an RKO instead. An Alexa Bliss distraction allowed the Fiend to lay Orton out and then set up a match between the two of them for WrestleMania.
I have the audio from Fastlane & RAW this week, and the host said nothing during that segment at the PPV. On Raw this week the host wanted "Big Boos for Randy Orton", and nothing until the show went off the air. I hope this helped. 🙂#WWEThunderDome #WWEFastlane #WWERAW
— Xylot Themes (@XylotThemes) March 23, 2021
Would you boo? Check out the segment itself:
Opinion: I’m not sure what to think of this one but the idea of Orton being the villain in the whole thing is kind of hard to wrap my head around. It is something that could work out, if nothing else because Orton is that much better as a heel. The Fiend being cheered is almost hard to imagine, but maybe they will figure out a way to make the whole thing work out.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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