WWE To Present Raw & Smackdown With Fresh Look, Next Week

WWE News: WWE To Present Raw & Smackdown With Fresh Look, Next Week

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Starting from next week, there will be massive changes on WWE programming, going by the updates. First of all, the two main roster programs will move to separate networks as separate deals kick-off. Monday Night Raw will continue the home-run on the USA Network for five more years whereas Smackdown becomes more mainstream. It will be airing on FOX on Friday nights moving from the original schedule on Tuesday nights.

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Going by the recent reports, both the shows will have different look and feel. This week’s episode of Smackdown will be the final one before moving to FOX which may start a new beginning. As per the updates from WrestleVotes, new stages and set up are imminent for the show from October 4th onwards. This has always been under consideration while finalizing the shift, earlier this year.

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Going by the source’s Twitter handle, this week of TV tapings in WWE would be the last week featuring the current entrance stage on Monday Night RAW and SmackDown Live respectively. Both of the stages will get updated from next week onwards which will have a fresh feel to these. Additionally, the stages on Raw and Smackdown will differ from each other unlike now which is almost, as of now except for the big tron placed at the top of the entrance set.

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This is not the first time that a source has reported the same news though. More than two months ago, TicketDrew reported that once Smackdown moves to FOX, it will be getting several changes. Including a new stage and also a new logo. The new logo is already available with an old-school feel to it as per the demand of FOX officials.

Also, a previous update from wwfolsschool.com stated the two following changes are happening on Smackdown,

– FOX wants WWE to move away from three man commentary booth to a two man commentary booth.

– FOX wants WWE to produce edgier content and move away from their PC culture (Political Correctness), which currently dominates WWE programming.

With FOX paying a huge amount of money to Vince McMahon and Co., they are likely to get all the demands fulfilled. We get to know more on this when the next episode of WWE Raw airs air from the Chase Center in San Francisco, California on September 23rd. The very next night the final episode of Smackdown Live airs from the same venue.

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