WWE brought loaded episode of RAW for the December 18th episode. It was quite a show, and now we are getting more backstage information from the broadcast.

WWE will not list a producer for a segment if there is no physicality involved. It appears that one segment didn’t need a producer again this week.

Sean Sapp noted behind Fightful’s paywall that WWE didn’t need a producer for Akira Tozawa and Ivar’s segment this week on RAW.

Akira Tozawa vs. Ivar did not have a producer listed


It was also noted that the WWE Raw episode on December 18th featured a lineup of engaging segments and matches, with the production team led by various experienced individuals. Kenny Dykstra took charge of the Miracle on 34th Street Fight between R-Truth and JD McDonagh, while TJ Wilson oversaw the Nia Jax promo alongside Becky Lynch.

Adam Pearce played a key role in coordinating the IC Title match between Gunther and Miz, while Jason Jordan took the reins for “The Nightmare Before Christmas” segment with Shinsuke Nakamura.

The Tag Team Titles match featuring Chelsea Green & Piper Niven against Katana Chance & Kayden Carter had Molly Holly and TJ Wilson as the producers, and Abyss managed the Seth Rollins promo. Additionally, the match between Jey Uso and Ludwig Kaiser was overseen by Michael Hayes & Bobby Roode, and the Tag Team Titles clash between Judgment Day and Creeds had Jamie Noble & Jason Jordan at the helm.

In the WWE Main Event, Molly Holly served as the producer for the matchup between Indi Hartwell and Elektra Lopez, while Bobby Roode managed the contest between Apollo Crews and Brooks Jensen. The episode showcased a diverse range of talent and matchups, each carefully curated by the respective producers for an entertaining and dynamic viewing experience.

We will keep our eye on this story, and so many more, here at Ringside News. You never know what will break next, but that is all part of the fun and unexpected nature of the pro wrestling world.

What’s your take on WWE not having a producer on that segment? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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