Randy Orton apologises to fans for WrestleMania lighting problem
The problem wasn't obvious to those watching at home.
Randy Orton has apologised to fans for the lighting problems at WWE WrestleMania 35 on Sunday night.
Though it may not have been obvious to those watching the event on television, many of those in attendance at New York's MetLife Stadium struggled to see the action due to the lighting erected above the ring.
A fan chant making reference to the blinding lights rose up from the crowd during Orton's match with AJ Styles.
Taking to Instagram after the event, The Viper apologised on behalf of WWE, posting an image of the obstructed view some fans had to put up with.
'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,' he said.
'You missed a really great fucking match.'