WWE Changes Camera Angle, Avoids Empty Arena Shots on Raw

Posted By James Walsh on 03/23/20

WWE looks to be taking some well-known advice in terms of dealing with empty arena episodes of TV: minimize the negative. As noted by Wrestling Inc, Monday’s episode of Raw saw the company use a different camera angle and tweaked set-up that took focus away from the empty arena aspect of the show. You can see some examples below from Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar’s in-ring segment.

AEW used a similar angle for last week’s Dynamite.

.@HeymanHustle has witnessed @DMcIntyreWWE's incredible impact but also knows the DESTRUCTION @BrockLesnar has brought!

It's going to get physical for the #WWEChampionship at #WrestleMania!#RAW pic.twitter.com/lW4TCILILt

— WWE (@WWE) March 24, 2020

The definition of determination.#Raw @BrockLesnar @HeymanHustle pic.twitter.com/dGPETVECN4

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) March 24, 2020

A simple message from @HeymanHustle to start #Raw:

"@DMcIntyreWWE CANNOT BEAT @BrockLesnar at #WrestleMania." pic.twitter.com/hnxZmtOlju

— WWE (@WWE) March 24, 2020

We may be 1️⃣2️⃣ DAYS from #WrestleMania… but we're 5️⃣ MINUTES AWAY from Monday Night #Raw LIVE on @USA_Network! pic.twitter.com/nf58NRydM4