Backstage News On Permanent Production Changes Being Made By WWE

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WWE is experimenting with new ideas under Triple H’s main roster creative vision now that he is fully in charge of the product moving forward, as Vince McMahon is no longer with the company.

WrestleMania 40 is a highlight for many WWE fans and employees at a time when the company is experiencing record sales and the highest morale in decades. WWE has used various camera angles and altered backstage segments.

They’ve also used special stage sets to accommodate larger crowds in arenas during larger events like TV and PLEs, such as RAW at the Wells Fargo Center on Monday night.

As previously stated, WWE will use minimal stage sets for RAW and SmackDown when possible to accommodate larger audiences. WWE has already planned the minimal stage set at SmackDown in June at Madison Square Garden.

According to Dave Meltzer’s latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, this special stage brought in between 4,000 and 5,000 additional fans for RAW.

Meltzer went on to say, “This setup is already planned for upcoming tapings in the bigger cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago and perhaps far more depending on how advances go.”