CM Punk Seemingly Mocks WWE Over Money In The Bank Venue Change
AEW star CM Punk rarely ever misses an opportunity to take a jab at his former employer, WWE.
Money in the Bank” from the 65,000-seater Allegiant Stadium to the 17,000-seater MGM Grand Garden
Punk took to his Instagram Stories to post promotional material for “WrestleMania VII,”
WWE cited “bomb threats” and security concerns as the reason for changing the venue of the seventh installment of the Showcase of Immortals.
WWE’s statement seemed reasonable – considering the pay-per-view was built around Sgt.
An Iraqi sympathizer at the peak of the Gulf War.
Mainstream media outlets such as SLAM! Sports of Canada dismissed WWE’s justification,
WWE’s inability to fill out the 100,000-seater LA Memorial Coliseum.
WWE EVP Bruce Prichard validated reports that WWE struggled to sell out the LA Memorial Coliseum in 1991,
Prichard stated that even if WWE had sold out the stadium, the scope of the event was too large for police
Prichard informed that WWE would have had to foot the entire bill for security,