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Sup, after furtuhur research this is a really good wrestling forum where most people know what there saying. Anyway, i'm interested and will be asking questions here and there that I can't figure out.

So this question is just how the title says it. How does WWE get away with shooting off pyro in some of these small arenas, even big arenas. One, doesn't that invade the fire code in most places? It's just that for ex: I have a big company, goto MSG and ask the guys if I can shoot off fireworks. I can't imaging them saying sure go ahead or something equivalent. So if someone can inform me just more on how WWE is allowed to do this, and what the arena mangers, firedept. etc thinks about this that would be great.

Thankss :D
 

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The 5 P's.

Proper planning prevents piss poor performance. AKA not setting the building on fire and horribly maiming hundreds of people by planning it out.
 

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I have been meaning to make a thread about this,

I have not seen pyro to start off Raw or Smackdown in a long time, even for some wrestler's entrances (if i can recall Kofi Kingston comes out to pyro usually but I don't think I have seen him come out to pyro reecently)

Has WWE cut back on pyro?
 

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the only pyro problem ive ever thought they could have is how the fuck can the dudleys shoot two fireworks right into the crowd and no one ever got hurt. if i was at a raw or smackdown and they returned and those fireworks were comin at me i'd think terrorist attack and fuckin jump lol
 

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I find it funny that the only time WWE have had a firework accident where fans got hurt was at WrestleMania 24 and that was out doors XD

Only indoor incident I can think of was Undertaker getting burned at Elimination Chamber (and Jeff Hardy had an accident if you wanna count kayfabe ;))
 

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They get away with it because they have licensed pyrotechnicians doing the work and because bands and other shows have used pyro for decades. Look up images for Rammstein at MSG.
 

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Minus the actual flames pyro, isn't the rest actually not warm? I could be totally wrong but I think I remember Lashley saying that when he used to walk out with pyro it wasn't warm. Don't flame me if I'm wrong.
 

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The 5 P's.

Proper planning prevents piss poor performance. AKA not setting the building on fire and horribly maiming hundreds of people by planning it out.
That's 6 P's, Bro!

Anyway, I dunno how long you've been browsing - but if you think most people here know what they're saying, you clearly haven't visited the TNA section yet.
 

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Sup, after furtuhur research this is a really good wrestling forum where most people know what there saying. Anyway, i'm interested and will be asking questions here and there that I can't figure out.

So this question is just how the title says it. How does WWE get away with shooting off pyro in some of these small arenas, even big arenas. One, doesn't that invade the fire code in most places? It's just that for ex: I have a big company, goto MSG and ask the guys if I can shoot off fireworks. I can't imaging them saying sure go ahead or something equivalent. So if someone can inform me just more on how WWE is allowed to do this, and what the arena mangers, firedept. etc thinks about this that would be great.

Thankss :D
.... :lmao
 
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