Corbin vows to humiliate Reigns, tag team number one contenders are named in a fatal four way elimination match, Bray Wyatt threatens The Miz’s family, and more on an okay episode of SmackDown.
It was a night of returns, a night where Bray Wyatt tried to push Daniel Bryan even further, and a night when New Day issued an open challenge for their tag titles on an okay episode of SmackDown.
The final stop before Survivor Series (and WarGames) was a fun night of huge brawls and a few good matches.
The women of NXT try to take over SmackDown, Roode and Ziggler try to steal spots on team SmackDown, Daniel Bryan converses with Bray Wyatt, and more on a pretty good episode of SmackDown.
King Corbin challenges Roman Reigns in an okay episode of SmackDown.
Hogan and Flair had the SmackDown portions of their teams give us a small preview of Crown Jewel in the main event of a pretty average episode of Friday Night SmackDown.
Baron Corbin and Shinsuke Nakamura team up to take on Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan in the main event of a fun episode of Friday Night SmackDown.
The 2019 WWE Draft begins on a night of pretty good action set in-between extended sequences of draft coverage including a bunch of football sports guys. And a CG football robot. Also, Bayley debuts a (mostly) new attitude and look!
Though there were some strange occurrences that soured the show, there were a few great matches definitely worth watching.
The first episode of SmackDown on Fox had some fun moments, lots of guests (including The Rock), at least one good match, and a title match that sent a wave of anger through my body.
Daniel Bryan picks a fight with Rowan, Ali battles Nakamura, there were two fun women’s tag matches, and more on a good episode of SmackDown Live.
Seth Rollins takes on maybe more than he can handle, a fatal five way match determines a new challenger for the Universal Title, Nikki Cross looks good against Sasha Banks, and more on an entertaining episode of RAW.
Though it was light on wrestling, this episode of SmackDown Live featured some interesting story developments including a new challenger for the WWE Title.
It’s a bad night for tag champs on a mostly entertaining episode of RAW that featured the finals of the King of the Ring, a couple of fun returns, another statement from The Fiend, and more.
Every main roster title is defended (minus the two defended on the kickoff show) on a mostly entertaining Clash of Champions.
Chad Gable finds a new opponent in his King of the Ring match, Kevin Owens has a tough decision to make, Kofi Kingston recreates history, and The Undertaker appears on an underwhelming episode of SmackDown Live.
Steve Austin helped make a fun episode of RAW even better as Cedric Alexander looked for some payback on The OC, the Four Horsewomen battled in a tag match, Rey Mysterio took on Gran Metalik, and the semifinals of the King of the Ring tournament got underway!
Lince Dorado gets a chance to qualify for a title shot in a match against Humberto Carrillo, Kendrick and Tozawa team up, and Mike Kanellis fights Tony Nese in a much-needed win for both men.
Daniel Bryan wants an apology from Reigns, the quarterfinals of the King of the Ring ends with two good matches, Bayley explains herself, and Aleister Black goes to the ring for a fight on a good episode of SmackDown Live.
The quarterfinals of the King of the Ring has some controversy, Bayley lets us know how she feels about Sasha Banks and her return, Rollins and Strowman attempt to sign a contract, and more on an okay episode of RAW.