We all know the drill,
so let’s not dwell on the why and instead focus on the what.
Due to the current testing circumstances, many unique changes and modifications were bolted onto the side
of this year’s WrestleMania. Originally scheduled to be held at the Raymond
James stadium in Tampa, Florida, holding well over 65,000, WrestleMania 36 saw
some unforeseen consequences that changed almost every aspect of the usual
sports entertainment spectacle.
However, being the
adaptable titans of content that they
are, the WWE agreed that the show must go on. Rolling with any punches that
came along with the issues of the last few months, we got the most unique
WrestleMania experience of all time.
No stadium? No problem.
Split it into two nights? Easy. Keeping everyone healthy? That’s the priority
and it’s safe to say the WWE made it work. The usual event it was not but
what is usual these days, anyway. After our two night wrestling binge across
the weekend, we’re already wanting to take a look back.
This list will look at
everything that was supposed to happen at WrestleMania 36 but didn’t, for one
reason or another.