It would be no surprise if Mad Max and George Miller claimed gimmick infringement.

The WWE has announced that this SummerSlam weekend they will be showing off their new “ThunderDome” style of presentation, broadcast.

The “state-of-the-art set, video boards, pyrotechnics, lasers, cutting-edge graphics and drone cameras, will take WWE fans’ viewing experience to an unprecedented level” states the WWE.

The first ThunderDome experience will be presented on Smackdown this Friday.

“WWE has a long history of producing the greatest live spectacles in sports and entertainment, yet nothing compares to what we are creating with WWE ThunderDome,” said Kevin Dunn, WWE Executive Vice President, Television Production. “This structure will enable us to deliver an immersive atmosphere and generate more excitement amongst the millions of fans watching our programming around the world.”

WWE will begin broadcasting their shows form Amway Center in Orlando for the foreseeable future starting with the aforementioned Smackdown episode.

Starting tonight, fans can register for their virtual seat to be part of upcoming shows via or at WWE’s Facebook, Instagram or Twitter pages.

WWE Event Schedule for August

Friday, August 21 – Friday Night SmackDown, Amway Center, 8 pm ET on FOX
Saturday, August 22 – NXT TakeOver XXX, Full Sail Live, 7 pm ET on WWE Network
Sunday, August 23 – SummerSlam, Amway Center, 7 pm ET on WWE Network
Monday, August 24 – Monday Night Raw, Amway Center, 8 pm ET on USA Network
Wednesday, August 26 – NXT, Full Sail Live, 8 pm ET on USA Network
Friday, August 28 – Friday Night SmackDown, Amway Center, 8 pm ET on FOX