Former WWE Champion Randy Orton took to his official Instagram account to apologize to the fans in attendance at Sunday’s WrestleMania 35 pay-per-view event in East Rutherford, NJ at MetLife Stadium.
WWE shined a bright light on fans for a few matches that took place on the main card of the show, which blocked them from seeing the in-ring action.
Unfortunately, fans in attendance who paid good money for their seats missed out on “The Viper” taking on AJ Styles in a singles match.
Eventually, WWE turned off the light. There was some backlash from fans and rightfully so as a result. Thus, Orton wrote the following:
“For the live crowd that saw this tonight during my match at #WM#wrestlemania at Met Life Stadium tonight, I would like to apologize on behalf of @WWE for screwing up and shining a bright light in your eyes for 95% of our match. You missed a really great fucking match”