WWE does a lot of things in an attempt to make it look like people are doing what they want them to do. They’ve been known to edit down reactions in post-production like when Roman Reigns gets booed out of the building and there is always the thought that they could be pumping in popular chants via the PA system too.

But it looks like WWE was caught using another clever tactic to create the illusion of camera flashes. In a day and age where so many cameras are just on someone’s phone and no flash is needed, this is rather interesting. After all, having no flashes doesn’t mean that nobody is enjoying the show and taking pictures it just means that it’s 2018 and most cameras don’t need a flash to capture a quality photograph.

As you can see by the comparisons below, it looks like there are people taking pictures during the main event match between Seth Rollins and Finn Balor but the light is obviously just a part of the show.

H Jenkins

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