The WWE broadcast audio issue ruined the start of the show

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 Commentator Michael Cole is a top-notch announcer, but his in-fight dialogue was abysmal due to technical errors. The content of his name in the game was positive, but his voice was vague and exaggerated, as if to overwhelm the microphone’s limits. This was a moving match that elicited a great reaction from Cole in particular, so it was greatly appreciated by those watching the pre-show. 

WWE’s Conflict on the Fortress event is still in its infancy, but the first few events broadcast from Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales weren’t very comfortable for viewers at home in Peacock. Before the start of the main show, wrestling his fans saw Lord Earnings (Montesford and Angelo Dawkins) and Madcap Moss face off against Alpha Academy (Chad Gable and Otis) and his fun-filled six-man tag staff he I was treated to a match. Nevertheless, followers were quick to criticize the game: Comments. 

Highlights

  • “Michael Cole speaking out of a (Xbox) 360 mic,” a 3rd particular person quipped. A fourth added, “Michael Cole utilizing a greenback retailer headset.” “Must type out Michael Cole’s headset,” one other particular person wrote. “it is peaking each different phrase.”

  •  Luckily for Conflict on the Fortress viewers, the WWE production team resolved the issue before the main game started, and the first match, Bianca Blair, Asuka, Alexa Bliss vs Harm Management (Bailey, Dakota Kai, IYO SKY). ) was known. As normal audio from the call’s microphone. Watch now with Peacock. Keep scrolling to hear your followers’ reaction to his audio challenge.

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