WWE plans to include more adult content in their shows:
During the most recent episode of the Wrestling Observer Radio program, the specialized journalist Dave Meltzer spoke about the segment broadcast on Monday Night Raw in which a production assistant entered the locker room of Alexa Bliss, surprising her accidentally while changing clothes.
As revealed by Meltzer, WWE’s plan is to include certain content in its shows focused on an adult audience, similar to the Attitude Era. Meltzer’s words were:
“The idea is that they want to bring back that idea of God knows what, it’s like in the old days, like old-time things, those things also come out at all times on normal television shows.” It was an attempt to do something that was very uncomfortable in practice, but it was an attempt to make things sexier, that’s all it was. “
This same new attitude of WWE has also been reflected in the product offered in SmackDown Live, more specifically in the rivalry between Naomi and Mandy Rose, who has tried to involve Jimmy Uso, husband of Naomi.
In fact, during last week’s match between The Usos and The Bar, Rose went on stage wrapped in a towel saying she had forgotten her clothes in Jimmy’s hotel room.