SmackDown had its season premiere on FOX last week and it was a clear success. Now, this week will be the first time they really get the chance to shine with their new superstars. It’s also the go-home episode ahead of Hell in a Cell, making it a major episode would the two biggest matches on the card having their final say Friday night.
Roman Reigns informs Jey Uso of his consequences of losing at Hell in a Cell
Roman Reigns told Jey Uso that if he wanted another match for the Universal Championship, consequences would have to be endured if he walked out with a loss once again. So, Uso accepted and this Sunday night it will be a first-time-ever I Quit match inside Hell in a Cell. Before that goes down, Reigns will finally inform his cousin of what those consequences are this Friday night and it should be of plenty of interest to the Samoan family, Uso, and the fans. What could it possibly be? It could be as simple as recognizing Reigns as the one and only “Tribal Chief.”
Otis sets to defend his Money in the Bank Contract tonight on SmackDown
WWE has announced that there will be a “Law & Otis” segment on SmackDown tonight where Otis will represent himself in court in an attempt to stop The Miz from taking his Money in the Bank contract away from him. In storyline, The Miz filed a lawsuit against Otis after Otis attacked Miz & John Morrison during a Dirt Sheet segment and tore off Miz’s suit jacket, pants, and shirt.
When Mandy Rose was moved to Raw last month, the explanation was that Miz used his influence with the USA Network and Fox to separate Rose and Otis. Rose stayed on Raw in the WWE Draft. Miz, Morrison, and Otis’ tag team partner Tucker were selected by Raw in the draft but Otis remained on SmackDown.
Not Announced But Expected:
— Will Bayley sign the contract for her match with Sasha Banks?
— Lars Sullivan Will Defeat Kalisto
— What other matches will be made for Sunday from the SmackDown brand?
Programming Note: SmackDown will air on FS1 at its regularly scheduled time due to the World Series. Talking Smack will follow.
— WWE Smackdown Live in India: When and Where to watch it LIVE on TV and online
As per Indian timings, WWE Smackdown Live telecast in India on every Saturday, October 24th at 5:30 Am Live from Amway Center, Orlando. It will be live and exclusive on Sony Ten 1 (English) and Sony Ten 3 (Hindi) channels. WWE Clash of Champions 2020 live streaming will be available on the Sony LIV app.