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WWE News: Shocking segments take place after Smackdown Live went-off the air

This week’s Smackdown Live once again threw a huge challenge to the flagship show of the WWE in the terms of ratings. For the fourth consecutive weeks, Smackdown was able to come up with a compact show. And as for the new tradition, the blue brand comes up with the new edition of the Talking Smack show once Smackdown Live goes off the air.
The show generally features the host Renee Young along with Daniel Bryan and a couple of superstars from the blue brand. They talk about the recent happenings and planning for the blue brand. Also, a lot of trash talking does take place towards Raw. The fans love the show, to say the least.

This week too, the Talking-smack host Renee Young started the show with the Smackdown General Manager, Daniel Bryan and it turned out to be a controversial one for two different segments. Nikki Bella was the first guest to talk about her return to the WWE which previously got spoiled by Carmella. But, the fabulous one was not done yet then. She went right into attack the Bella queen right into the middle of the show.
The crew members and the Usos separated them away. In fact, one of the crew members had to carry Carmella away from Nikki Bella. The clip of the assault is given above.

There was another shocking segment waiting for us when The Miz along with his wife Maryse invaded on the show. He went on to saying that how Daniel Bryan disrespects him weeks after weeks. The Intercontinental champion was not even featured on the main show of Smackdown Live. Bryan said that he doesn’t have any vendetta against him but he can’t stand The Miz’s personality.
The argument continued between the two of them with their wrestling styles. More interestingly, Daniel Bryan commented that he would return to the ring if WWE lets him do the same again. Bryan walked off from the show and that was the end of the Talking Smack show.

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