Between hosting an absurd dual Royal Rumbles in 4 years here in Philadelphia, a Wells Fargo Center played horde to WWE Battleground on Sunday night. And during a Punjabi Prison Match between Jinder Mahal and Randy Orton for a WWE championship (yeah, we have no thought either), there was no mistaking where a eventuality was holding place.
That’s since a loud, enlarged “Trust a Process” intone started in a same locus that a Sixers play their home games:
Big ‘Trust The Process’ intone in Philly during a categorical eventuality of WWE Battleground
— Kenny Ducey ()
Mahal finished adult seeing a fans’ recommendation and defeating Orton to keep his title. And Philadelphia again continued to promote a TTP summary to a worldwide audience.
And if Twitter is to be believed, looks like it’s throwing on:
Chatting with an Indonesian man we met.
Me: “I’m from Philly, if we know where that is.”
Him: “Ah… yes… trust a process.”
— Mike ()
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