WWE Plans to Use Minimal Stage Sets Whenever Possible

WWE Plans to Use Minimal Stage Sets Whenever Possible

WWE Plans to Use Minimal Stage Sets Whenever Possible – Since Triple H assumed control of main roster creative in the summer of 2022 amid the fallout from the Vince McMahon scandal, WWE has undergone several notable changes.

One significant improvement has been the boost in morale within the locker room. This shift in atmosphere has coincided with a surge in WWE’s business performance across various metrics. Notably, the product has garnered widespread acclaim from both fans and critics alike.

In addition to these intangible improvements, WWE has implemented tangible changes to its production. This includes the adoption of different camera angles and the revamping of backstage segments to enhance the viewing experience. Moreover, there has been a strategic use of special stage sets to accommodate larger crowds at arena events.

For instance, WWE has opted for minimal stage sets at prominent events such as TV broadcasts and premium live events (PLEs). This approach was notably observed at recent events like Raw at the Wells Fargo Center, Backlash in Puerto Rico, Money in the Bank, and Survivor Series, among others.

The decision to employ minimal stage sets has drawn attention and praise from fans, particularly for its unique aesthetic and the sense of novelty it brings to the shows. The anticipation surrounding WWE’s return to Madison Square Garden for SmackDown in June has been further heightened by the confirmation that the minimal stage set will be utilized, sparking discussions among fans about the visual impact it will have on the event.

PWInsider has reported that WWE intends to continue this practice of using minimal stage sets for Raw and SmackDown events whenever feasible, as it allows for a more immersive and fan-friendly experience by maximizing arena capacity.

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