WWE SmackDown preview: Roman Reigns also faces off against Dolph Ziggler in a huge clash
WWE SmackDown preview: This week’s SmackDown takes at the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, with some big questions to be answered.
There was a lot of crazy action on the previous SmackDown episode with Roman Reigns sending Bobby Roode out on a stretcher.
Reigns had wanted to fight Baron Corbin, but the King sent Roode out instead. That didn’t work out well for the Glorious One, and this story is set to continue.
Corbin continues to target Reigns
The tussle between Reigns and Corbin began before Survivor Series and is still continuing.
We saw Roode, Corbin and Dolph Ziggler laugh it out when they mocked The Big Dog by bringing out a mascot a couple of weeks ago.
The Survivor Series match didn’t go all well for The King, and he has vowed to “humiliate” (h/t WWE) Reigns in the latest episode of SmackDown.
It will be interesting to see what he has stored for The Big Dog, and hopefully, it is better than the mascot segment.
Ziggler to save the King’s face?
Roode got the short-end of the deal last week when he was sent out on a stretcher by Reigns.
His tag partner, Ziggler, is now ready to bring his A-game and face possibly the biggest male star in the SmackDown roster.
Corbin avoided facing Reigns in the previous week, and it will be interesting to see if the Showoff can get one back for his team.
Reigns has been trash-talking a lot about taking out Ziggler, but the Showoff isn’t taking things lightly either.
More answers regarding Bryan’s fate
The last episode saw The Fiend Bray Wyatt attack Daniel Bryan from beneath the ring.
The champion then came out from under the ring with some clumps of Bryan’s hair.
Bryan has put up a couple of quality showings against The Fiend but is he really up for another battle against the Universal Champion after this attack.
What about the returning guys?
There was a lot of excitement from the fans with Sheamus confirming his return from injury.
The Celtic Warrior had been out for long and was ready to put the SmackDown roster on notice.
Alexa Bliss also returned after a long break as she helped her tag partner Nikki Cross.