Incident Happened Backstage At WrestleMania 35
WrestleMania is the biggest show of the Wrestling year, and with most wrestlers in the company, it’s the chance to make WrestleMania moment. So they all work hard for that achievement opportunities like being in the main event. Don’t just fall in your lap; wrestlers bust their ass for years to get that kind of spot. Just look at Kofi Kingstone & Becky Lynch.
There are some wrestlers however who belong to a very small group, we are all WrestleMania is a pain to them, and they don’t care less the Beast Incarnate. Brock Lesnar could be a member of that group because he is the wrestler who wants to do his job, collect a paycheck and go straight home. And that was his attitude going to WrestleMania this year.
Of course, all of these rumors with the proverbial pinch of salt for wrestling inside a slice wrestling tweeted. Brock Lesnar was another WWE superstar who had an incident at WrestleMania. The Beast showed up late and demanded to go on last when he couldn’t. Lesnar proceeded to cuss out Vince McMahon and demanded to go on first. Brock left the stadium by a helicopter immediately after his match.
There was no doubt a change for the plan the match schedule is after Hulk Hogan & Alexa Bliss kicked off Event as its host. You can help that see Hogan looking a little puzzled to see Paul Heyman walking down to the ring. The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer reported Believe it, or Not the Show had already started. They rearranged the order of the event that the Universal Championship Match will go on after they had already begun. Click here for WWE matches results.
It was 5:30 local time the switch was made to put them on first. Hogan had no idea what Lesnar’s advocate was doing when he was doing his promo. WWE told Hogan what he was supposed to do. His little shtick that wasn’t going to happen and nobody said to him that they had switched it. The original plan going into Mania was to have AJ Styles against Randy Orton in the opening match that happened later on in the night even many fans in the attendance didn’t get to see it.