WWE’s current downfall in ratings gave a further reason to worry about as the latest WWE live event saw a huge fan base exiting the arena before the event is finished off. The live event which took place in Evansville, Indiana, saw a mass exit of fans from different sections of the arena way before the event’s conclusion.
According to allwrestlingnews.com fans were not at all happy with the regular matchups in the arena and that was the reason they decided to walk away. The pressure only increased on WWE which directly indicates that something emergency planning is needed immediately. It clearly shows the thinness of the roster which gives us the same match days after days at the live events which seemingly gets boring for the audiences.
The show in Evansville, Indiana, which featured Dean Ambrose vs. Kevin Owens as the main event in which the Lunatic Fringe had beaten Kevin Owens via disqualification.
The match card is as follows:
AJ Styles beat Tyler Breeze
Sin Cara beat Stardust
Baron Corbin beat Zack Ryder
R-Truth beat Adam Rose
WWE United States Champion Kalisto beat Alberto Del Rio
Sasha Banks and Summer Rae beat Tamina Snuka and Naomi
Sheamus beat Mark Henry
Dean Ambrose beat WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens by DQ, Owens retains his title
WWE needs to address the fans walk out with serious attention with all their resources which mean change of storyline or putting their very best resources on track.
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