Major changes could be coming for WWE’s main roster in the coming months.
At the start of the pandemic, WWE scrapped their reasonably new Raw and SmackDown sets for a more basic set which they used for both shows.
Things could soon be changing though, as Andrew Zarian of the ‘Mat Men Pro Wrestling Podcast’ is reporting that WWE will be changing their main roster sets in the near future, noting that they are currently being built, and that they will be completely new designs.
Zarian was also the first to report NXT’s move to Tuesday nights earlier this year.
WWE debuted new sets for their 2019 season premieres, which was also SmackDown’s debut on FOX. Whilst a date for the reveal of the new sets wasn’t noted, we can assume that it’ll be once WWE begins touring again, with the ThunderDome no longer in use.
The most recent reports suggest that WWE will be touring again in July, with Money In The Bank being the company’s first PPV in front of a live crowd since WrestleMania 37, where a limited attendance was permitted. Prior to this, WWE’s last pay-per-view pre-pandemic was Elimination Chamber 2020.