#AndNEW: King Nakamura Wins Second WWE Intercontinental Championship

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On this week’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown, Apollo Crews defended the WWE Intercontinental Championship against King Nakamura. Both men had their respective allies in their corners; while Crews was backed by Commander Azeez, Nakamura was backed by his energetic guitarist, Rick Boogs. Going into this match, Crews seemed to be the dominant competitor. However, […] READ MORE



Preview: WWE SmackDown (8/6/21) – Finn Balor vs Baron Corbin

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Friday Night SmackDown is here once again and we have just the one match announced so far. This seems to be a return to the ThunderDome era of WWE tradition of announcing very little in advance of these shows. Thankfully, we are well versed in filling up these previews with what we think might happen. […] READ MORE



Preview: WWE SmackDown (7/23/21) – John Cena Returns

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Friday Night SmackDown returns for a split show edition! A majority of the show will be live from Cleveland, Ohio at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, whilst – presumably – smaller portions of the show will be broadcast from the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami, Florida. The first blue brand episode since last Sunday’s successful Money in […] READ MORE




Commander Azeez to Make In-Ring Debut On SmackDown Next Week

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Following last night’s tag team defeat (with Sami Zayn) against Kevin Owens and Big E, Apollo Crews announced that on next week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown, he would be replacing Zayn with his devoutly loyal, Commander Azeez. Before you get too excited, we would like to remind you that though Commander Azeez and, indeed, […] READ MORE


Preview: WWE SmackDown Card (6/11/21) – Tag Team Action

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Friday Night SmackDown returns once more! On last week’s show, Roman Reigns absolutely demolished Dominik Mysterio – with the junior Mysterio feeling the full wrath of the Tribal Chief in a brutal display of what Roman is capable of. It no doubt sent a message to anyone – especially the dissenting Jimmy Uso – willing […] READ MORE


Big E: Pitching Feuds For A Man Left With No Feud

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The recent list of WWE releases demonstrate a profound lack of booking acumen by the company. The release of Aleister Black, especially, made little sense. He had just returned from a lengthy hiatus – debuting a refined and rejuvenated version of his character. Black had just began a feud with Big E; the man widely tipped […] READ MORE