Send him a get well wine. The Coronavirus pandemic has changed the way the wrestling world works and those changes are not going to be entirely fixed for a very long time to come. Wrestlers have been trying to find a way to keep themselves safe since the start of the situation and some have done so in different ways than others. That does not even include various other health problems, one of which might have kept someone off of the biggest show of the year.
We are just done with WrestleMania and that means it is time to start dealing with all of the fallout. That includes looking at what is next for everyone who appeared on the show, as they could be in for a new path going forward following WrestleMania. At the same time though, there are some people who did not appear on the show and now we know why that is the case for at least one of them.
One of the matches during the second night of WrestleMania 37 saw Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler successfully defending the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles against Tamina and Nia Jax. Baszler and Jax’s associate Reginald was not present for the match with no explanation. NXT UK star Amale sent a tweet to Reginald in French, saying he was missing from WrestleMania. Reginald responded, also in French, that he was sick. There is no word on if this is related to the Coronavirus. Reginald last appeared on the SmackDown before WrestleMania, which was taped a week in advance.
— Amale (@AmaleFrenchHope) April 12, 2021
— Reginald Thomas (@ReginaldWWE) April 12, 2021
He was missed. Check out what Reginald does when he is around:
Opinion: I know Reginald is not going to be everyone’s favorite and some fans would not miss him if he was dropped from television entirely, but it can be a little jarring to see someone on television and then not be there at WrestleMania. Hopefully he gets better soon because everyone’s health is in a bit more peril than usual at the moment. I’m not sure if he should be back with Baszler and Jax, but there is a place for him somewhere in WWE.
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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