Tonight marks the go home edition of Smackdown Live in the build to this year’s edition of Money in the Bank, as the blue brand airs live from Memphis, Tennessee. Hopefully, tonight’s show can top the mediocre effort from RAW last
After the unofficial announcement that the blue brand will have a new home come October 2019, Smackdown Live airs from Worcester, Massachusetts. There’s already a ton of matches scheduled for tonight, including a Jeff Hardy/Daniel Bryan match that’s sure to be a barnburner.
Emotional highs and lows are part of the Professional Wrestling fan package – but rarely do you order a package expecting 4 months of unending disgust and disappointment. WinColumn President Spencer Love and I were spared from watching Backlash live.
It’s the first dual-brand PPV of the new era, as both RAW and Smackdown Live’s rosters will be in Newark, New Jersey for WWE Backlash in what is technically the first pay-per-view after April’s WrestleMania. However, a number of events have taken place
If your weekends aren’t filled with disappointment, chances are you’re not watching WWE Pay-Per-Views, RAW, or Smackdown Live each week. Chances are, your mind is being freaked by Criss Angel. Watch this guy. He can walk through solid objects such