Report: WWE Working On New Entrance Sets For Raw And SmackDown

Looks like WWE could be planning an aesthetic reset when they return with live audiences.

As the world is continuing to reopen, WWE is rapidly approaching a time where they could be reintroducing live crowds on a permanent basis. Following reports from Andrew Zarian that WWE is planning on a return to dance in the middle of July, he is now reporting that WWE is working on new stage sets for Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown.

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Over the years, WWE has often reset their stages as a way to signify a new era and recently, they introduced a new signature that harps on the togetherness of the WWE Universe. Learn more here.

WWE recently announced that Hell in a Cell will take a place for the first time ever in June and reportedly, money in the bank will be the first pay-per-view back on a full touring schedule. Learn more here.

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