After a raucous Monday Night Raw, it’s SmackDown Live’s turn to put on a show in the Lonestar State. SmackDown hopes to make the bout for their championship at Money In The Bank official tonight and there will be some mixed tag-team action. Here’s what to look forward to on the June 5th edition of SmackDown Live and where you can catch it!
Tonight SmackDown Live will be in the American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, Texas
Last week we saw the picture that is the MITB Men’s Ladder Match become more clear. After Big Cass inserted himself into Daniel Bryan and Samoa Joe’s qualifying match he took Bryan’s eye off Samoa Joe just long enough to let Joe lock Bryan in a Coquina Clutch and put Bryan to sleep. We also saw The Miz continue to try and drive a wedge in The New Day since we still don’t know which member of the group will be in the MITB match. Last Tuesday The Miz employed the help of New Day’s rivals, The Bar, but came up short falling to Big E. Will Daniel Bryan want revenge on Big Cass before their scheduled match at MITB for costing him his qualifier? Will we finally find out which member of The New Day will be in the MITB ladder match? Will The Miz finally drive the wedge in the group he has been working so hard at?
Tensions have been uneasy between Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch since both have qualified for the Women’s MITB match. The two friends have been cordial with each other but both won’t back down when the bell rings on June 17. But we won’t have to wait that long to see the two fight. After giving each other some playful ribbing, SmackDown GM Paige showed up and let them know they will get an early chance to prove who’s the better woman. It’ll be interesting to see if their friendship can survive.
They aren’t the only two who’ve been making enemies in the Women’s division. Last week Naomi and Lana faced off in a dance-off. What seemed like a playful game turned into a real fight when Lana double crossed Naomi and attacked her. With the Usos in Naomi’s corner and Aiden English and Rusev in Lana’s, a brawl broke out. This week they’ll get a chance to compete in a real match. They will be facing off in a mixed tag-team match with Naomi teaming up with her husband Jimmy Uso, while Lana will be teamed up with the voice fo Rusev Day, Aiden English. The SmackDown Women’s Champion, Carmella, has also promised to expose Asuka for what she really is–what could the Princess of Staten Island have on The Empress of Tomorrow?
The ugly rivalry of AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura will attempt to take a turn for the cordial tonight. SmackDown GM Paige has scheduled a contract signing for their upcoming Last Man Standing match at MITB for the WWE Championship. It’s hard to believe these two will stay polite with their track record. The question is, who is going to take the first strike and ruin the fragile cease-fire?
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.
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