WWE In Talks Over Unusual Production Change

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WWE exploring surprising change.

In recent months WWE has revoltionsied its television production, making several changes as it looks to move away from the style overseen by Kevin Dunn.

Among other things, this has seen drone footage used on a regular basis, and multiple cutting-edge camera shots giving programming a much more modern feel. There’s also been a notable decrease in the number of camera cuts per segment — something which has delighted many long-term fans.

However, it seems WWE is exploring going back to the future with another change in NXT. According to a report from Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp, the company has discussed using a ref-cam, — a variation of which was used in WCW in the early 1990s.

WWE NXT Stays Full Of Surprises

The July 9th episode of NXT was again full of surprises with Joe Hendry making his return to WWE’s developmental brand.

On the show, it was announced Ethan Page and Shawn Spears would take on Trick Williams and Je’Von Evans, but it wasn’t to be. Brooks Jensen, who had been given a second chance by General Manager Ava, took out Evans leaving space for Hendry to step in.

When all was said and done, Hendry got the win for his team, hitting Spears with a Chokeslam.

Elsewhere, there was a surprise reunion for The Rascalz as Trey Miguel and Zachary Wentz invaded to offer some much-needed support to Wes Lee.