WWE SmackDown Live Stream: How To Watch ‘SmackDown’ Online – 04/10/18

Welcome to the SmackDown Live after WrestleMania 34. Find out all the fallout from the “show of shows,” featuring an epic encounter between AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura that shocked the fans in New Orleans. On Sunday, Nakamura went full-fledged heel, assaulting Styles after the match. What’s next in the feud between “The Artist” Shinsuke Nakamura and “The Phenomenal One” AJ Styles?

On Sunday, “The Queen” Charlotte Flair reigned supreme against “The Empress of Tomorrow” Asuka. Unlike Nakamura, “The Empress” showed respect to her opponent following the conclusion of the match. Will their feud continue into tonight’s show? Or will “Ms. Money In The Bank” Carmella inject herself into the feud by cashing in her Money In The Bank briefcase tonight? The nights after WrestleMania is usually full of surprises. Maybe one surprise involves Carmella capturing the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship.

And what’s next for new champions such as Jinder Mahal (U.S.) and The Bludgeon Brothers (Tag Team)? You’ll have to watch tonight’s broadcast of SmackDown Live to find out!

Excited about tonight’s episode of WWE SmackDown Live? Look below and find out what you need to know so you can live stream tonight’s show on your TV, PC, tablet or mobile device.

WWE SmackDown Live Viewing Details

Date: Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
TV Channel: Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
Online: USA
Mobile: USA Now

How To Live Stream WWE SmackDown Live Online

Looking to watch tonight’s new episode of SmackDown Live? Of course you do, you’re reading this article, aren’t you? To live stream tonight’s show, just click on USA, where you will be directed to that network’s official live stream page. But you’ll need your cable or satellite information to access this content.

Another way to check out tonight’s episode of SmackDown is by clicking on Sling TV, which provides a $25 monthly fee, but if you listen closely, you can see this all for free!

Just click on the Sling website, you’ll find a light blue bar with those incredible words (and that lovely number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – if you wanna see tonight’s pro wrestling show then you’re going to want to click on that offer.

You’ll also need to sign up for the Sling Blue package, it costs just $25 a month, but if you decide to cancel within seven days, you will not be charged. Though if you chose to stick around with Sling, you’ll be able to see many more episodes of WWE Raw and SmackDown Live in the future. Sling TV has something for you (sports and wrestling), and something for the kids (cartoons) too.

How To Watch WWE SmackDown Free Without A Cable Subscription?

Don’t have a cable subscription? Don’t sweat it, wrestling bro! Fubo TV is a streaming service that usually costs $39.99, but is now charging customers $19.99 for their first two months. The service offers 70+ channels for your viewing pleasure. But the sweetest part is that Fubo also offers a free seven-day trial.

You can also watch tonight’s episode of SmackDown through DirecTV Now, which is offering four different channel packages, all of which include the USA network. The cheapest package available is for $35. But the coolest part of this deal is that the first seven days are absolutely for free and you can cancel anytime.

Don’t have a cable subscription to watch SmackDown? Don’t sweat it. Just go to Sling TV, and sign up for a free 7 days on their Sling Blue package. You won’t want to miss a minute of the action.

How To Watch SmackDown On Your Tablet or Mobile Device

Want to watch SmackDown on your tablet or mobile device. Just sign up for the USA Now app, which is free with your cable or satellite log-in info.

You can also watch SmackDown on Sling TV. The first week is free, so you’ll want to keep track of time if you don’t wanna pony up $25 for the monthly Sling Blue package. You can access the Sling app from a wide variety of devices, including Roku, Xbox One, Chromecast, ZTE, and Nexus Player.

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