smackdown Live Stream online, Watch smackdown live, WWE’s “Smackdown Live” television program will have a new home in 2018, according to new reports. ESPN’s Darren Rovell was the first to report the agreement, Full WWE SmackDown LIVE results for April 3, 2018, featuring WWE Champion AJ Styles & Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin, Charlotte Flair vs. Natalya and more.
As confirmed by SmackDown Live General Manager Paige, the upcoming Money in the Bank qualifying match between Big Cass and Samoa Joe has been subsequently nixed due to Cass’ recent “injury” that he suffered at the hands of Daniel Bryan last week on SmackDown Live. In case you didn’t know As noted, this past week on SmackDown Live, both Daniel Bryan and Big Cass were once again involved in another heated confrontation, which ended with ‘The Leader of the Yes Movement’ standing tall over Cass after brutally injuring the left knee of the 7 feet tall Superstar.
As far as Fox is concerned, it is picking up a show that averaged 2.5 million viewers weekly in 2017, and now adds WWE to its portfolio of live programming – joining the NFL, MLB, and UFC. While it remains to be seen where exactly “Smackdown Live” fits into the Fox programming picture, The Wrap reported that plans were being considered to move the show from its current Tuesday night slot to Friday. Prior to its rebranding as “Smackdown Live” in 2016, the WWE show had been pre-taped and aired on both Thursdays and Fridays.
WWE’s stock has risen more than 15 dollars per share since last Thursday. This has apparently been the case for the 30-year-old who has actually been limping during all of his matches since Tuesday’s SmackDown Live in order to sell the beating from Daniel Bryan on the show.WWE SmackDown live event in Amsterdam. Since that news broke, WWE’s stock has steadily risen amid speculation that a deal with Fox could be reached for “Smackdown Live.” Immediately following Rovell’s report, WWE stock again sharply rose, increasing by six percent.
Earlier today, SmackDown Live GM Paige took it to her official Twitter handle in order to announce that the forthcoming Money in the Bank qualifying match between Big Cass and Samoa Joe has apparently been cancelled. Instead, the WWE Universe will now have the opportunity to witness a Second Chance Match between United States Champion Jeff Hardy and Daniel Bryan, with the winner facing Samoa Joe next week in a MITB qualifier.