WWE Friday Night SmackDown featured a contract signing between Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns.
WWE SmackDown featured a contract signing between Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns, a presumable blowoff match between Seth Rollins and Murphy and the return of Daniel Bryan. Friday Night SmackDown marked the final WWE television broadcast before WWE Survivor Series 2020.
Last week’s broadcast of SmackDown was up with 2.234 million viewers.
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Given how much WWE books black wrestlers in blocks, I’m becoming increasingly suspicious that WWE will move forward with Big E and The Street Profits as The New Day and pray nobody notices.
The New Day walked onto SmackDown with little to no explanation of why they’re on the Blue Brand.
The second Sami Zayn got involved int he opening segment, he had to know he was going to get