Pro Wrestling Veteran Lance Storm Explains Why He Turned Off The WrestleMania 37 Night Two Main Event

WWE Producer and pro wrestling veteran Lance Storm recently took to his Twitter account and explained to the WWE Universe as well as his Twitter followers the reason why he had to turn off the main event of WrestleMania 37 Night Two while the match was still taking place. According to Lance Storm, he was loving the match, but he got dizzy headaches from all the camera cuts and shaking.

Storm tweeted, “Legit had to turn off the Main Event. Was loving the match but I get dizzy headaches from all the camera cuts and shaking. I can’t watch it. [pouting/angry emoji].”

Matt Farmer then took to Twitter and said he heard so many complaints from longtime viewers to brand-new viewers that it's a huge distraction and a big turn off, to which Lance Storm said, "Sadly it’s a literal turn off for me. I had to turn the show off.”

Another fan then took to Twitter and said the same thing happens to him just like when he watches RAW or SmackDown, there's camera cuts every two seconds, which makes him dizzy and a touch nauseous, just like a bad amusement park ride, to which Storm responded, “Yup exactly how I feel.”

A third fan then took to Twitter and said that the really bad camera work was much more noticeable in the Edge vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Roman Reigns match, to which Storm wrote, “When Edge was bouncing Roman from barricade to apron back and forth it was bad then after then double submission I couldn’t take it.”

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