The new SmackDown stage finally revealed



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The new SmackDown stage finally revealed

Here we are, WWE is back live with the public tonight at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas and happiness and anxiety are definitely felt because wrestling is much better when fans are present at the shows. Obviously, we expect a show that can take our breath away and give us great emotions in view of Money In The Bank also this Sunday.

For now, the confirmed card is this: Edge & The Mysterios vs Roman Reigns & The Usos Big E, Kevin Owens, King Nakamura & Seth Rollins - Fatal-4-Way Bianca Belair vs Carmella - SmackDown women's title match.

We remind you that during the live broadcast of the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown, Sonya Deville announced Carmella as a replacement for Bayley, who is injured and has had an operation on her knee for a few hours, moving the match from ppv to this episode of the blue brand.

The new SmackDown stage finally revealed

We have also let you know in recent days, that the WWE, with the return on the road, had the desire to change the look of its two main shows, Raw and SmackDown as if to say that from here on, things change again.

and it's a new beginning. In fact, Stephanie McMahon herself stated: "We have learned a lot during this period, using all these different techniques and we are ready to merge the physical world with the virtual one like never before.

[...] From the technological point of view, I think we are constantly there. reinventing. While we were using some of these techniques, I think the key lessons during COVID absolutely accelerated the adoption of these technologies in this way."

And today a little spoiler has arrived on what the new SmackDown stage will be like that we will see debut tonight, specifically, the photo that circulates, and which you can see below, shows us the proof of the entry of the champion Roman Reigns.

The sun has finally set on the ThunderDome era. This week’s episode of WWE SmackDown will take us towards familiar dawn filled with thunderous claps and deafening pops as the live events finally hit the road. It would be an understatement to say that everyone in the WWE Universe missed the sound of synchronized cheers and boos.

It is a significant moment, one that will be fondly remembered and rigorously revisited in the coming years. Given the standards that WWE SmackDown has set for itself in the last few months, it is understandable why the promotion wants the Blue brand to be the first to welcome fans back into the arena.