WWE will change the sets of Raw and SmackDown The first change is expected to take place on July 16 on Friday Night SmackDown. July 16 Friday Night SmackDown show could host viewers.
Andrew Zarian, from the Man Men podcast in collaboration with Wrestling Observer, has indicated in the last hours that WWE is preparing new sets for the Monday Night Raw and SmackDown shows.
Zarian has indicated that there is still no specific date for the change, but that it is very likely that it will happen on the Friday Night SmackDown show that will air on FOX on July 16, where the public is expected, which is would translate into the first show with fans since the celebration of WrestleMania 37. It is very likely that that night will kick off a new stage in WWE with the return of national tours.
According to Mat Men ‘s Andrew Zarian, the sets are being revamped, “wrote Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer.” There is no release date, but if Friday July 16 SmackDown is the first show since WrestleMania with fans, as Zarian reported, that could be the first weekend the new look is introduced. Notably, Andrew Zarian was the person who announced the scoop that Money in The Bank will finally be held on July 18.
The date has not yet been confirmed by WWE, but the company introduced very significant changes on Sunday with the announcement of the Hell in a Cell celebration on June 20.
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