Dolph Ziggler, Ryback & Erick Rowan lost a historic battle to Seth Rollins, Big Show & Kane at WWE Fastlane. The trio will get an opportunity for vengeance Thursday night, against Mr. Money in the Bank, The World’s Largest Athlete and WWE’s Director of Operations in SmackDown’s main event. Will The Showoff, The Big Guy & Rowan once again fail the Authority’s Test? Will the Fastlane rematch provide a new direction for Ziggler and his allies? We preview the action of tonight’s WWE Smackdown.
“Yes!” Movement will Kick Off SmackDown
Daniel Bryan’s WrestleMania road was cut short this year, but that doesn’t mean the Beard is out. In fact, he looked stronger than ever with Roman Reigns on Raw defeating Seth Rollins and Randy Orton. What will the “Yes!” man have in store for SmackDown?
Will Cena Meet Rusev at WrestleMania?
Rusev defeated John Cena in controversial fashion at WWE Fastlane. Monday night, the former World Champion pushed for a rematch against Rusev on the Grandest Stage, but he rejected the match. Tune in tonight to see if there’s any WrestleMania leadup between the rivals.
The Lunatic Is on the Loose
Dean Ambrose is hell bent on the Intercontinental Title, so much so that he took off with Bad News Barrett’s prestigious title following his DQ loss at Fastlane. He may not have the title in name, but he has it in possession. How will Bad News Barrett rebound from the title theft?
Which WWE Superstars will Join the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle?
Announced on Monday Night Raw, the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal will return for a second consecutive year at WrestleMania 31. The Miz, Ryback and Curtis Axel have been slated to compete on The Grandest Stage of Them All. Will we see any new competitors join the prestigious Battle Royal on the Road to WrestleMania?
Tune in tonight at 8/7 C on Syfy in find out where the WWE Universe is headed. Can’t wait to know the outcome? Read our WWE SmackDown (spoiled) results.