“Bayley brought it to my attention” – WWE Producer on why the company started piping in fake crowd noises 


In late 2020, WWE introduced the world to the ThunderDome, a state-of-the-art viewing experience that virtually enables fans to participate in WWE’s programming during the COVID-19 pandemic. WWE Producer TJ Wilson, also known as Tyson Kidd, revealed that the company pipes in fake crowd noises into the ThunderDome to help the performers.During the beginning of the pandemic, WWE began filming in the Performance Center without an audience. The company later started using some of the NXT talents as audience members before moving RAW and SmackDown to the Amway Center, and then to Tropicana Field in Florida.During a recent interview with Chris Van Vliet, TJ Wilson stated that he asked WWE Executive Vice President Kevin Dunn to pipe crowd noises into the ThunderDome to help the wrestlers after Bayley’s suggestion.“I like to think that I definitely have my pulse on the talent and I ask them questions, and Bayley, she’s the one who told me. The first ThunderDome was a SmackDown so then that was a Friday, the following Monday is when — so two days later, I just ask Kevin if we could pipe in the noise, I think it would help. So Bayley brought it to my attention and I asked a lot of people, and they all kinda said the same that they thought noise would help them so…” (H/T POST Wrestling)The fake crowd noises were a big improvement, as they brought more life to the shows and made it feel as if the fans were present in the arena.TJ Wilson on the effect of the crowd noises in the WWE ThunderDome WWE SmackDown in the ThunderDomeTJ Wilson added that he believes the piped-in crowd noises are very helpful and the fans have a chance of losing themselves in the ThunderDome.”I think it helps at a lot, at least it kinda helps you have a chance of losing yourself in it and let it go and obviously, if you sit and think, ‘It’s not real noise.’ Like the audience is real people, just virtually. If you psych yourself out, I’m sure it’s probably easy to really psych yourself out in this environment.”WWE’s developmental brand, NXT, also introduced a similar setup to the ThunderDome which they dubbed the Capitol Wrestling Corporation, though it includes a limited number of fans in the crowd. 
Published 06 Feb 2021, 00:23 IST

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Bayley invites longest-reigning Women’s Champion of the last 35 years to WWE SmackDown


Bayley has challenged Kay Lee Ray to appear on WWE SmackDown to prove herself as WWE’s longest-reigning Women’s Champion in recent history.Posting on Twitter, Kay Lee Ray wrote that she has now hit 524 days as WWE NXT UK Women’s Champion. The impressive tally makes her the longest-reigning WWE Women’s Champion since The Fabulous Moolah over 35 years ago. Kay Lee Ray won the title from Toni Storm in August 2019 Bayley quickly replied to Kay Lee RayAs the tweets above show, Kay Lee Ray said she could reach 10,170 days as WWE NXT UK Women’s Champion one day. That is the number of days that the WWE Women’s Championship was held by The Fabulous Moolah between September 1956 and July 1984.Bayley held the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship for a record-setting 519 days across her two reigns with the title. She responded by inviting Kay Lee Ray to WWE SmackDown to face the “real” longest-reigning WWE Women’s Champion.Bayley and Kay Lee Ray in WWE Kay Lee Ray appeared in the 2017 WWE Mae Young Classic tournamentWhile Bayley has almost five years of WWE main-roster experience, Kay Lee Ray has never performed on WWE RAW or WWE SmackDown.The NXT UK Women’s Champion has competed in 28 televised WWE matches, with most of those matches taking place on NXT UK. She has also appeared in the Mae Young Classic tournament and on NXT.
Published 06 Feb 2021, 00:34 IST

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