WrestleMania 32 Backstage Fight Revealed By Former WWWE Champion

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There was a backstage fight at WrestleMania 32 according to some recent comments from a former WWE Champion.

WrestleMania 32 took place in Dallas, Texas with Roman Reigns defeating Triple H to become the WWE Champion in the main event while Charlotte Flair defeated Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks to become the new WWE Women’s Champion.

Another match that took place at WrestleMania 32 was a six-man tag between The League of Nations and The New Day. The League of Nations was comprised of four wrestlers that were not born in America – Alberto Del Rio, Sheamus, Rusev & Wade Barrett, who was not part of the six-man tag team match.

The League of Nations team won the match when Sheamus hit a Brogue Kick on Xavier Woods. After the match was over, there was a memorable WrestleMania moment as WWE Hall of Famers “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels and Mick Foley beat up the League of Nations, much to the delight of the crowd.

During a recent interview with Sportskeeda, former WWE & World Champion Alberto Del Rio revealed that moments before that WrestleMania 32 match, there was a fight between two members of the group.

“Yeah, there was a big fight backstage but on that one, it was not me creating that altercation. The other two and I – we had to put someone in his place backstage before going out.”

“This is one minute before we went out to the ring, and one of us, I’m not gonna say who, one of us had to tell this person, ‘Listen, you mother f. We’re done with you. You’re gonna go out and do this because you’re a this, and you’re a that.’ So yes, one minute before we went out in that huge, packed stadium, an altercation was happening backstage. You know, it’s part of wrestling.”

“One of the members of the League of Nations grabbed this other member of the League of Nations, grabbed him by the neck, and put them against the wall like that. So that’s all I can say about it.”

Even though they won the tag team match together at WrestleMania 32, the League of Nations group would be broken up later that month in April 2016.