WWE is one of the biggest live-entertainment companies in the world, which makes production a key aspect of their presentation,
In fact, they won the "Best Tech Innovation During the COVID-19 Pandemic Award" at the Cynopsis Sports Media Awards 2021 for the ThunderDome.
At the April 28th show, Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre were set for an inter-brand hoss fight for the ages.
But just as the match was picking up steam, McIntyre hit the ropes a bit too hard and they completely collapsed into the ring, causing Lashley to spill over to the ground in a horrific incident.
While Lashley hasn't sustained any injuries from the nasty tumble, it is a damning indictment of WWE's production crew.
WWE runs house shows at least 4 days a week, with all of their top superstars performing daily. An error like this can drastically alter major booking plans for the company. WWE needs to seriously re-consider their ring design.