According to a post by Wade Keller on Twitter, it appears that attendance at ‘Smackdown Live‘ last night was dismal, to say the least.

This is extremely bad news as WWE have been making cutbacks all year, with the most prominent being the removal of pyro. It is unknown if other factors played into the low attendance for the show, but it is worth noting the tweet was taken at the beginning of the show and attendance may have improved by the end.

Check out the tweet:

We do hope that the attendance improves over the coming weeks. Stay tuned to Wrestling Rumors for more updates as more news develops.

One of the most hilarious segments last night on the show was Dolph Ziggler’s parodies of Triple H, Shawn Michaels and as a member of D-Generation X. We highly recommend you watch the clip below if you missed it. You’re guaranteed to smile and/or laugh.

Dolph Ziggler berates the WWE Universe after elaborate entrances: SmackDown LIVE, Sept. 19, 2017

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