WWE Reportedly Planning Something Different For Tonight’s RAW From The Performance Center

WWE plans to continue pumping out their live television programming without a live audience as RAW will be live tonight from the WWE Performance Center, as was SmackDown last Friday night.

According to a report from Fightful, WWE used last week’s SmackDown Live broadcast as a “test run.” The company now plans for RAW to be “much different” that SmackDown was on Friday.

“Friday was very much a feeling out process. We’re told the plan as of Saturday was for WWE Monday Night Raw to be much different than Friday.”

Without the option of a live audience, we will have to see what WWE has planned differently that what we saw out of last Friday night’s SmackDown which also ran live without a crowd from the PC.

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