In this episode of Wrestling Night in America, PWTorch columnist Greg Parks breaks down both nights of WrestleMania with callers and emailers. Topics include the quality of the Firefly Funhouse match, the decision to put Charlotte over Rhea Ripley, the potential of wrestlers getting more creative freedom in the current environment, and more.
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SHOW SUMMARY: Between booking decisions and billion dollar television deals, the art form that is pro wrestling can get lost in the shuffle. This show finds it and brings it to the forefront for optimal attention. What’s On the Canvas this week? The artistry of a crowd-less WrestleMania. On the show, Zack Heydorn and special guest Tom Stoup analyze and break down the artistry of a crowd-less WrestleMania. Specific discussion points include WWE’s current successes and failures with their empty arena shows, the importance of crowd reactions at wrestling shows, whether or not booking choices should be altered because of the lack of fan reactions, how the matches on the show should be worked and constructed, out-of-the-box ideas to present a successful show, what success is for this year’s WrestleMania, what failure looks like, and more. Enjoy!
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