WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon wrote a letter on Thursday (July 15) night time as the corporate begins stay occasions with SmackDown on FOX on the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.
McMahon stated the WWE regarded ahead to followers returning to reveals and famous that “WWE has missed the lifeblood of shows and fans for more than a year.”
“For over a year and a half, WWE has been missing the lifeblood of our shows, our fans. No matter how hard we tried, never going off the air and continuing to produce our live content; investing in new technologies and bringing nearly one million people around the world into our shows virtually, it just wasn’t the same,” Stephanie wrote.
She additionally stated that the experinces have been missed, however that each one adjustments tonight on SmackDown, which is headlined by an enormous six-mag tag group match that includes the Universal Champion Roman Reigns and his MITB 2021 title challenger Edge.
“We were missing our soundtrack, missing the shared experience, missing the visceral and emotional reaction that makes every bump and bruise worth it. That all changes tomorrow night.”
Stephanie additionally shared the video package deal posted by WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon’s social media account that had a message about welcoming again the followers.
“Please watch the tribute video as shared by our Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon on Twitter this morning, and join us in opening our doors and our arms to welcome our fans back home, where we all belong,” Stephanie additional added.
For over a 12 months and a half, now we have waited. This weekend, we as soon as once more welcome theUniverse again!
— Vince McMahon (@VinceMcMahon)
Stephanie ended her letter by thanking all of them concerned – the chums, companions, workers, Superstars and followers of WWE, asserting that the wait is formally over.
“Thank you to our friends, partners, employees, Superstars, and of course, our fans, for hanging in there all this time. The wait is officially over. See you tomorrow! -Steph.”
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