There’s a lot to cover on the go home episode of SmackDown Live before Backlash on Sunday, May 6th. SmackDown goes into the PPV with arguably the heavier load on the card. The WWE Championship will be defended but Raw’s flagship title, The Universal Championship, will be absent from the line-up. It also has it’s Women’s Title up for grabs and Daniel Bryan’s first singles PPV match since his return. But what does SmackDown have in store for us this week?
Big Cass has made it abundantly clear the last few weeks that he is not a fan of all the attention that Daniel Bryan has been receiving. He used last weeks Miz TV as an outlet to let the world know why he despises the leader of The Yes Movement so much. It was an interesting choice seeing as the WWE Universe are desperately waiting for Bryan to get his hands on The Miz himself, but after the segment, it’s clear that Bryan will have to go through the 7-foot tall Big Cass to get there first. Cass and Bryan got to face off for a second at The Greatest Royal Rumble but there’s only so much closure you can get on a feud when 48 other men are involved in the match. Now the two men will have one more chance to meet face to face before their singles match on Sunday.
Charlotte Flair has her sights set on getting her SmackDown Women’s Championship back from Carmella. She made quite a statement at their match contract signing, introducing The Princess of Staten Island and her neatly made up face to the table they were signing the contract on. Carmella has a lot to prove at Backlash when she goes up against arguably the best in-ring performer in the Women’s Division. Charlotte will have to keep one eye on The IIconics because the Australian duo seems hell-bent on making her life miserable. Will the four women come to blows one more time before Backlash tonight?
On Sunday at Backlash we get AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura for the third time. SmackDown has been a litany of low blows against The Phenomenal One. Were any of us really shocked to see him totally disregard the rules of his Championship match at The Greatest Royal Rumble to just lay down punishment against Nakamura? If someone made it their past time punching you below the belt, you’d want to beat the heck out of them too right? Now Nakamura wants a public apology from Styles on this week’s SmackDown? Will Nakamura get one last low blow in, or will Styles be able to keep the King of Strong Style, and his own emotions in check?
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
How To Live Stream WWE SmackDown Live Online
Looking to watch tonight’s new episode of SmackDown Live? Of course, you are, 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.
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How To Watch SmackDown On Your Tablet or Mobile Device
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