Changed 11 May 2020, 00:38 IST
Select fight A part of an interview with John Moxley has been published where the AADU World Champion gave his opinion about Redlmania 36.
The former WWE’s The superstar watched the two nights of the show perfectly and said he enjoyed the show. He went on to appreciate the flow of the two-day WrestleMania 36 event, giving props to really hard-working actors. John Moxley Not bad for wrestlers, who kept trying all year but couldn’t get their WrestleMania moments as planned.
John Moxley enjoyed the Boniard match of WrestleMania 36
Mox added that he really liked and compared the Boniard match The Undertaker An endless comic book character and action hero that fans buy even after so many years. He cited the example of John McClean and John Wayne when talking about the pandemic around the Undertaker.
Moxley has made a few negative comments about the WWE since leaving the company, but he is refreshed to see Vince McMahon’s company complementing the firm wrestling PPV.
Considering the situation, WrestleMania 36 was billed as a successful PPV initiative by WWE. The response from the WWE Universe, especially to the Boniard and Firefly Fun House matches, has been really positive across the board. Various wrestlers from other promotions have credited WWE with the cinematic style of the match mentioned.
As for John Moxley, the AW Star will defend the AUU World Championship on May 23 against Brody Leigh in the upcoming Double or Nothing PPV.
The WWO will also present their first PPV at Money in Bank since WrestleMania 3, with two MITB contract matches to be held at the WWE headquarters. The rest of the matches will be broadcast live from the Performance Center and it will be interesting to see if WWE manages to continue in the same vein as WrestleMania 36.
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