WWE has opened the ThunderDome registration for the taping of the Superstar Spectacle event, which is going to air in India on January 26, which happens to be the country’s Republic Day.
With the show set to be broadcast next Tuesday, WWE has opened up the ThunderDome registration for the show, which reveals that it is going to be taped early morning on Friday before SmackDown.
Heel By Nature is reporting that those who successfully registered to be part of the taping of the Superstar Spectacle, which is slated to last two hours, have been given a call time of 9:30am EST.
The reason for this early call time is down to the time difference between America and India. The taping will begin at 8:30pm in India, which will allow WWE fans from the country to virtually attend the show.
As we’ve already covered, WWE has announced that the show will feature several top main roster stars, as well as some of the lesser-known Indian talent already on the company’s books.
The show will also likely be the first time that Drew McIntyre has appeared on WWE TV following his positive COVID test. Drew will miss tonight’s episode of Raw as he is still in his self-isolation period.