WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross revealed in his latest blog at JRsbarbq.com that an insider source told him that WWE is considering a move back to Super Show TV tapings, with Raw live on Monday, followed by taped SmackDown and also Superstars, and Main Event tapings, all in one night.
"Someone with WWE told me that WWE was considering going back to the Super Show TV Taping concept where they do RAW live on Monday night and also tape Smackdown the same evening. That's a load of work....more than a load....but it would save WWE tons of money by eliminating the Tuesday Tapings. Time will tell if this cost cutting move will actually happen but it's a giant undertaking nonetheless", Said Ross.
This would save WWE lot of money, but it will put extra pressure on production crew and talent who are already feeling the effects of the companies budget cuts.
The towns that get these Super Show tapings would also potentially have to sit through hours of wrestling, while value for money there is only so much any one fan can take.