I have no issue with that.The WWE has had tributes for other Wrestlers that have died.
The question is, did they have these tributes the same day the death was reported, especially when the facts were incomplete and unknown?
Again, I agree. But are people READY for closure before the news has even sunk in?When you work with someone and they die people need closure and a way to express their feelings of loss no matter what the circumstances.
All of this is simply bolstering the argument that they should have waited. Nobody here yet, that I've seen at least, is debating that typically a tribute would be entirely appropriate for a Superstar who dies. Or that people might need closure at some point no matter what. It's the timing being debated more than the act itself.