WWE Rumors: Fans to boycott WrestleMania 32 main event

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Many diehard wrestling fans are unhappy with the WWE’s current product mainly due to its booking decisions, specifically the enormous push it has given to Roman Reigns. According to the latest WWE rumors, some fans may boycott the main event of the WrestleMania 32 in Dallas this upcoming April 3.

Forbes noted on a report that even though wrestling fans hate Reigns’ push, they still watch the product and gives money to the company. It is mentioned that the only way to halt WWE in pushing “The Big Dog” is to boycott his WrestleMania 32 match.

As long as WWE makes money, they can do whatever they want because it is always going to be a business. If fans stopped watching and putting money on WWE’s pockets, the company will have to improve their product to make their fan base happy.

According to SportsKeeda, WWE is expected to have more than 100,000 people in attendance for WrestleMania 32. However, if some of those fans proceed to boycott the main event between Reigns and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, WWE will have no power to stop it.

Nevertheless, many of those fans have already spent a lot of money and will surely finish the event. Many of which came from different parts of the world just to experience the spectacle called WrestleMania.

On the other hand, many fans were shocked to read about some WWE rumors saying that WrestleMania 32 was cancelled. Kayfabe News recently published an article reporting that the biggest wrestling event of the year will not happen because of allegations of match-fixing.

However, it should be noted that this piece of news came from Kayfabe News, a website known for its satirical take on wrestling news. True wrestling fans should know that WWE storylines and outcomes are all predetermined and the word “kayfabe” is a term used in the wrestling industry which means the suspension of disbelief.


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