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WWE posts FAQ for ThunderDome participants

Ahead of tonight’s debut of WWE ThunderDome, the company posted an FAQ for those who wish to apply to be part of the experience in upcoming shows.

ThunderDome is available to fans globally and not just restricted to those in the United States. Registration is free and seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are limited.

Once you’ve completed the registration steps, further instructions will be sent and a second e-mail with the link to join the day of the show will be issued if you are selected to be part of the broadcast. The link you receive is valid one time only and can only be clicked on once.

Call times for Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown will start at 7PM with fans able to join Main Event prior to Raw and 205 Live prior to SmackDown. Call times for WWE pay-per-view events may vary.

There are no assigned seats and you will be placed at random. You might be placed on a standby group which means that the show is currently full but seats might open.

If you’re part of ThunderDome and your internet connection drops, well, it’s tough luck and you lost your seat. You cannot rejoin the broadcast so make sure you have a decent connection, ideally wired.

Only one fan is permitted per seat…although in the test call yesterday someone had a duck with them! Hah!

A moderator and WWE Superstars will be hosting each event, providing brief instructions throughout the night.

WWE will be enforcing strict rules when it comes to participants and you’re urged to be appropriate and respectful at all times. No profanity, no violence, no inappropriate language, no inappropriate clothing, no nudity, no off-color remarks, and no third-party brand or political messaging will be allowed while you’re part of ThunderDome. What you wear and what your environment or background behind you will be will also be determined if you stay or not.

In order to accommodate everyone, fans will be rotating throughout the show and you may only be in the WWE ThunderDome for a portion of the show. Fans are also encouraged to watch the show on the feed provided via the link rather than on television as the TV feed will be delayed.

You can read the full FAQ at https://www.wwe.com/article/wwe-thunderdome-faqs-frequently-asked-questions

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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