WWE are looking for different ways to make their empty arena shows more appealing and are considering live streaming fans and celebrities to improve the experience.
There is an option to add in crowd noise to try to make the show more enticing for fans, an idea that was not ruled out by Vince McMahon.
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A WWE fan council survey was sent out this week and the results suggest that WWE would also consider adding reactions from fans watching from home.
The live WWE broadcast would be shown in the middle of the screen with smaller boxes around the screen showing fans that are live streaming from their home.
The survey stated: “WWE is considering new options for the way that they present show segments within this current environment.
"This might include seeing and hearing feedback from Superstars, celebrities, sports figures or fans during a show."
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