WWE Raw And Smackdown Could Get New Sets And Pyro Soon

Empty Lighthouse is a reader-supported site. This article may contain affiliate links to Amazon and other sites. We earn a commission on purchases made through these links.

The current WWE staging area has been the same ever since it debuted back in 2016. Well things might be changing as Smackdown heads to the Fox network on October 4th.

The ever reliable WrestleVotes Twitter page has revealed that both Smackdown and Raw might have different stages heading into October.

That's not all because WWE TV will also see the return of weekly pyro. You can read the report down below.

"This coming week of TV is the final week with the current entrance stage. Both RAW & SmackDown are getting an updated, fresh feeling set. News I think everyone will enjoy: Pyro returns to weekly television next week. Fireworks will once again be a fixture on WWE TV.."

WWE initially got rid of pyro on most PPVs and weekly TV shows as a cost cutting measure. Now it looks like Fox has pressured WWE to bring them back on a weekly basis.

Before, pyro only featured in big stadium shows like WrestleMania and Super Showdown. It should be fun for fans to see pyro again on a weekly basis because it adds more flavor to the Superstar entrances.

We'll probably have to wait and see next month in order to know what the new staging areas look like. Hopefully it looks vastly different than what we had before.

Wanna read more on this? Check these out: WWE: Roman Reigns No Longer Wrestling Goldberg At WrestleMania 36 (more); WWE WrestleMania 36 To Be Held Over Two Historic Nights (more); WWE WrestleMania 36 To Take Place In Front Of No Fans (more); WWE Announces Matt Hardy's Departure From The Company (more).

And here are some more related articles: Super Showdown Proves WWE Is Still Stuck In The Past (more); WWE Is Coming Back To Auckland, New Zealand (more); Rumor: Big Changes Made To WrestleMania 36 Card (more).

A few more: Goldberg To Challenge Bray Wyatt At WWE Super ShowDown 2020 (more); Updates On Ronda Rousey And The Undertaker's WWE Status (more).