WWE To Make Huge Production Changes

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WWE television is going to look a little different.

According to a new report from Mike Johnson of PWInsider, WWE will be dialling back much of the Augmented Reality content on its weekly television shows. Since being introduced, it’s proven to be divisive among fans but while it’s being “pulled back” it won’t be disappearing entirely.

Johnson notes that while Augmented Reality content will be used on Premium Live Events, it won’t be used regularly on Raw and SmackDown. The April 12th episode of SmackDown was reportedly the last time it will be a regular feature.

Long-Tenured WWE Employee Leaves Company

The report comes after Sue Aitchison left WWE. Aitchison had been with the company since 1986, most recently working as Director of Community Relations.

Meanwhile, two members of WWE management left the company in the days after WrestleMania. It was first revealed on April 11th that Dan Ventrelle had left the sports entertainment giant having joined in 2022. Ventrelle had been working as Executive Vice President of Talent since Triple H was promoted to Chief Content Officer.

This was followed by confirmation that Senior Vice President of Athlete ID & Development Trent Wilfinger had left the company. Wilfinger had been in his role since 2021.