Charlotte Flair gets a new partner right before taking on Awe-Ska, and Monster Eclipse battles Country Dominance in a night of broken streaks.
The final SmackDown Live before Survivor Series certainly was interesting. It finalized some matches for Sunday while feeling like it changed everything.
The men’s and women’s Survivor Series teams are decided on a very entertaining show that also featured New Day vs The Usos, Almas vs Mysterio, Samoa Joe vs Jeff Hardy, and Becky Lynch vs someone we hadn’t yet seen on the SmackDown roster.
Mahalicia looks for their first win against the undefeated Monster Eclipse, and Ravishing Rusev Day makes a poor decision in challenging Fenomenal Flair to a chop-off.
SmackDown puts its focus on Crown Jewel in an entertaining show that featured a rare WWE Title Match on regular TV.
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While there was nothing really new on tonight’s SmackDown, it was an okay show.
Two men qualify for the WWE World Cup, Becky Lynch and Charlotte attempt to destroy each other in a title rematch, Aiden English is caught in a lie, The Miz tries to get between AJ Styles and Daniel Bryan, and more on a pretty good episode of SmackDown Live.
WWE heads to Australia for a big show with a few important moments hidden among the spectacle.
Mahalicia looked to bounce back from a loss by defeating B’n’B, and Ravishing Rusev Day versus Day One Glow was more of a dance competition than a wrestling match on week three of the Mixed Match Challenge Season 2.
Though there wasn’t a lot of wrestling or major moments, the last SmackDown live before Super Show-Down was an entertaining show.
Samoa Joe almost invades Styles’ home, Aiden English accuses Lana of something, Big E faces Sheamus, The Miz and R-Truth battle for a talk show, and more on an okay episode of SmackDown Live.
Gran Metalik attempts to defeat Buddy Murphy and Cedric Alexander teams with Akira Tozawa to take on Jack Gallagher and Drew Gulak in a good episode of 205 Live.
Maryse returns to the ring to take on Brie Bella, a new number one contender for the SmackDown tag titles is decided, Jeff Hardy attempts to cleanse himself of Shinsuke Nakamura prior to his battle with Randy Orton, and more on a pretty good episode of SmackDown Live.
Gran Metalik and Tony Nese battle in a very good opener, Lio Rush gets to know Noam Dar, and TJP attempts to insert himself into the title picture in a very good episode of 205 Live.
The Miz and Maryse attempt to avoid Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella (while claiming otherwise) on an okay SmackDown that had a good triple threat tag match and an interesting main event.
Buddy Murphy takes on Kalisto in a great main event on a 205 Live where Akira Tozawa and Brian Kendrick renewed their rivalry and Mustafa Ali returned!
Carmella gets her rematch, Bryan and Almas face each other for the first time, the journey to find a new contender for the tag titles begins, and New Day meets King Booker in a pretty good episode of SmackDown Live.
New Day gets another shot at the tag titles in a No DQ match against the Bludgeon Brothers in a good episode of SmackDown Live containing lots of Summer Slam fallout.
Cedric Alexander endures a tough match with Jack Gallagher just days before Summer Slam, Akira Tozawa attempts to shut the mouth of Lio Rush, and Hideo Itami demands more respect on a good episode of 205 Live.