Following the sudden release of some its stars, including Braun Strowman, WWE may be heading for a downward spiral as fans are planning to shun upcoming live events.
The wrestling company shared a tweet of its upcoming events in Cleveland, Kansas City, and Minneapolis next month, and fans of the sport didn't hide the fact that they aren't planning on attending.
A Twitter user identified as Tariq commented on the post, saying that the company was "finished". Another, @laserbeam, asked WWE if they would still have a roaster next month.
A third Twitter user named Sebastian stated: "Well, seeing as how you got rid of the stars people are most want to see... does anyone care?..."
Tickets on sale NOW to see WWE LIVE in Cleveland, Kansas City and Minneapolis next month!! ?— WWE (@WWE) June 4, 2021
7/23, #SmackDown in Cleveland: https://t.co/rWZ25hkFrq
7/26, #WWERaw in Kansas City: https://t.co/jScWUoRWpk
7/30, #SmackDown in Minneapolis: https://t.co/j7ImXPsjMC pic.twitter.com/xj1aBbnkeQ
You're finished wwe you not good responsibility our wwe star this is you're wwe is deleted deleted ??— Tariq (@Tariq47211664) June 4, 2021
Well seeing as how you got rid of the stars people are most gonna want to see......does anyone care? Show of hands? You? You there in the back? Hands?— Sebastian Steward (@Sebasnobull) June 4, 2021
Recall that AllNews Nigeria reported earlier on the reason WWE let Braun Strowman and Aleister Black go and how WWE Hall of Famer Booker T reacted to the unexpected development.