Although there won't be a lot of fans at this year's WrestleMania, or any for that matter, Drew McIntyre still wants to see people's reactions to his match.
In an interview with the Mirror, McIntyre spoke about the major reactions he has received in certain moments since his return to WWE, mainly winning the Royal Rumble back in January. That win guaranteed him a shot at Brock Lesnar's WWE Championship at WrestleMania this weekend.
WrestleMania 36 will actually not have any fans in attendance due to the coronavirus outbreak but McIntyre said he would like to see people who are tuning into the show to film their reactions to his match and post it on social media.
"I saw all of the videos of people celebrating when I won the Royal Rumble, in Glasgow, and in Liverpool, and in London, but what I want everyone to do for me this time is film yourselves in your living room, or wherever you may be, and if I pull off the big win, I want to get those videos posted on social media," McIntyre said. "I want to put it out to the whole world, and the UK especially, I want everyone to film their reaction to watching my WrestleMania match at home. We can't celebrate in the pubs, or in the arena, but I want everyone to film their reaction if I pull this off!"
WrestleMania 36 will take place at the WWE Performance Center on April 4 and 5. Fightful will have live coverage of both nights.