KEY POINTS

  • Wrestlemania will feature a different route as a response to the coronavirus threat 
  • Bray Wyatt has been a supernatural force as the Fiend 
  • John Cena and Wyatt are rumored to add a unique twist to their matchup

Wrestlemania is the grandest pay per view of the year and is considered as the biggest event in the wrestling industry. Amidst the threat of the coronavirus, WWE has ensured that their events will push through. They’ve resulted in creative ways to make sure that their weekly live programs are still being aired.

The past few weeks featured empty stands where superstars wrestle inside the performance center. It has resulted in a unique dynamic where superstars are more audible. Promos are still pushed even without the interaction between the wrestler and the crowd.

With Wrestlemania fast approaching, the company remains creative in how the show will stand out. The show will air April 4 and 5 and on the WWE Network. It no longer has the luxury of grand entrances and big fireworks display as the importance of social distancing is implemented.

When it comes to the big matches, John Cena and the Fiend Bray Wyatt may take on a different approach. The pay per view depends so much on how it can connect to the people and given that it will be difficult, the match will feature an unconventional twist.

Per Ringside News, the match will have a Hollywood movie treatment. Cena has spent some time off the ring as he pursues his acting career. He’s had additional experience as an actor that can add expands his skills further. 

In addition, the film-type of matchup may benefit these two given that Wyatt’s character is dependent so much on the supernatural.

It is also rumored that Wyatt will be portraying both sides of his character – the twisted Firefly Fun House host and the frightening Fiend persona. It is also possible that Wyatt’s prior characters may make a short appearance given that a pre-recorded film can depict this better than a live pay per view match.

Cena is already considered as one of the greatest in the company. He has tied Ric Flair with 16 World Championships and is one of the biggest names in Wrestling. Wyatt, on the other hand, has had a great run revitalizing his character as the dominant force that is the Fiend.

John Cena Pictured: The Hollywood actor attending Paramount Pictures’ Beijing press conference for “Bumblebee” in China on Dec. 14, 2018. Photo: Yanshan Zhang/Getty Images