Report: WWE To Introduce New Entrance Sets

Could coincide with return to touring

With fans set to return to WWE events at some point later this summer, it appears that an aesthetic change is in order for WWE's primary shows.

Andrew Zarian of Mat Men is reporting that new entrance sets are coming, likely for both Raw and SmackDown.

Zarian did not provide a time frame for when the changes will be made to the entrance sets. However, with WWE planning to return to touring sometime around mid-July, it seems likely that any change would take place around there.

Zarian previously reported that Money in the Bank will take place on July 18, with fans in attendance. This could support the idea that the updated sets may be implemented around this time.

WWE's current residency with Tampa's Yuengling Center is set to expire the first week of August, though it looks, by all accounts, like they'll be leaving the building sooner.

Since the onset of the pandemic, WWE has utilized its Performance Center for Raw, SmackDown, and pay-per-views, before switching to a "ThunderDome" set-up in three different buildings: Orlando's Amway Center, St. Petersburg's Tropicana Field, and Tampa's Yuengling Center.

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