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In trying times like this, we need any semblance of normalcy to get us through. The WWE is entertainment that touches the entire world and the people need it now more than ever. Here is Paul Wight (aka The Big Show), a WWE performer, with more:

We feel an incredible responsibility, especially during times of hardship like this, to give our fans a way to escape. We say we’re putting smiles on people’s faces - yeah, that’s become like a slogan, but that’s in our job, our mandate, for the 20-plus years that I’ve been at WWE. You always want to make sure that the crowd has the best show possible.

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Since when is professional wrestling "essential?" There's nothing essential about the WWE and the company is risking everyone's help by taking this unnecessary risk.

What if a wrestler dies? What if a sick wrestler's loved one dies? Yes, we want everything to go back to normal, but rushing to do it only puts people in the danger and may trigger a second outbreak if we flippantly throw caution in the wind.

The WWE needs to do the right thing and make their staff stay at home.

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