Retired professional wrestler Ric Fair has praised the WWE for the safety measures they have put in place as they get set for this year’s edition of Wrestlemania.
Flair says he is more than satisfied with the company and that he trusts WWE boss Vince McMahon to look out for his daughter Charlotte Flair’s health.
Wrestlemania 2020 will be a unique encounter as it will for the first time take place without fans due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The yearly event will hold this weekend at the WWE performance centre in Orlando Florida. The arena will be virtually empty.
WWE superstar Roman Reigns has reportedly pulled out of the event as his recent battle with Leukemia makes him an easy target for the coronavirus.
Ric Flair spoke with TMZ Sports and the following comments:
“I’m more than content that they have put enough safety measures in place. Keep in mind, they also gave everybody an opportunity to not be part of it. So, anybody that was there, nobody had their arm twisted. It was strictly a voluntary basis.”
The former wrestler added that the superstars were excited for Wrestlemania 2020, saying:
“They worked their whole year, actually some of them work their whole career to be in a high level match in Wrestlemania.
Obviously, there’s gonna be some changes but it’s gonna be a great show.”
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