WWE has decided to make a change to the virtual audience that is used during weekly NXT TV for the first time.
When WWE renovated the Performance Center and turned it into the Capitol Wrestling Center, they had screens set up with virtual fans, but the fans were pre recorded from Raw, SmackDown, and PPV events instead of having a live virtual audience.
There has also been a limited number of people allowed to attend the shows. However, now, WWE will be using a live virtual audience starting this week. Fans have mentioned on Twitter that they’ve signed up for it.
WWE has only announced two matches for Wednesday’s episode of NXT, which are the opening rounds of the Dusty Rhodes Classic with Undisputed Era vs Breezango and Ever Rise vs Grizzled Young Veterans.
— Xylot Themes (@XylotThemes) January 12, 2021
ya girl might be in the virtual audience for nxt 😭
hold on, lemme ✨manifest✨ pic.twitter.com/JJWkUb9tI0
— mrs cat mumsie 🌈✨ (@drcosimacormier) January 12, 2021
— מתיא מאָנטואָראָ (@JeriCool94) January 12, 2021
Seems like NXT will be having a live ThunderDome now pic.twitter.com/YLKPxJQ44j
— Jake (DailyAccolade) (@WrestleJake) January 12, 2021