STAMFORD, CT - WWE isn't letting COVID-19 stop them from bringing the most epic event in smack-downery to viewers. Nearly 100 wrestlers participated in a battle royale main event last Saturday over one massive Zoom call which was broadcasted on Pay-Per-View.
While only sixteen wrestlers were able to fit on the screen at a time, the screen changed every thirty seconds to reveal another batch of fighters. All wrestlers fought from the safety of their own homes, fighting in front of laptop and phone cameras.
"This was our biggest Royal Rumble event yet," said WWE founder Vince McMahon who claimed the profit VS. cost for the event was so good he is considering doing events over Zoom more often.
WWE fans agreed, saying the event was the "most real' wrestling match they had ever seen.