WWE Smackdown Preview (14/02/20): Otis-Mandy Date, Women’s Title Match
Less than two weeks remaining from the Super ShowDown pay-per-view event, SmackDown is looking forward to giving a boost to the ongoing storylines. In an effort of doing so, Roman Reigns will be having yet another confrontation with his long-time rival Baron Corbin on one of the headliner segments of the show. Two more such segments have also been confirmed for the show via the official website of the WWE.
SmackDown Women’s Championship will be on the line just a week after we have crowned a new number one contender for the title. There could be buildups for the newly announced Universal Title match. Plus, love will be in the air as Mandy Rose goes on a date with Otis Dojovic on this Valentine’s Day SmackDown that airs from the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The Royal Rumble Falls Count Anywhere match between Roman Reigns and King Baron Corbin was supposed to be the end of the feud between these two. But WWE decided to stretch this one up to Super ShowDown where these two will compete in another gimmick match. This time around, they will be locked inside a Steel Cage.
Ahead of this upcoming bout, SmackDown will bring both these men to face to face as per the advertisements of the show. It will be interesting to see what goes down between them considering the bad blood is running high. Roman was the one to stand tall by delivering a beatdown on Corbin, last week. The 2019 King of the Ring winner could be looking for retribution using her heel friends as backup.
— WWE (@WWEIndia) February 14, 2020
A match featuring Roman Reigns has also been added on Smackdown card as he will take on the team of The Miz and John Morrison. The tag team partner for Reigns has not been announced as WWE is promoting a mystery partner will join him during the match.
— WWE (@WWE) February 12, 2020
The main event of the last episode of SmackDown featured a Fatal-4-way contest that witnessed a new number, one contender, for the women’s championship. Carmella defeated Alexa Bliss, Naomi, and Dana Brooke to earn the right to face Bayley over the title. WWE.com has now officially announced the match for tonight,
“Carmella didn’t have much time to celebrate her Fatal 4-Way victory last week, but she won’t spend much time waiting for her title showdown with Bayley either.
Now can Carmella upend the blue brand’s status quo? Or will Bayley dispatch the latest challenge to her supremacy?
Don’t miss the SmackDown Women’s Championship collision on SmackDown at 8/7 C on FOX.”
Following the contender’s match on SmackDown, Bayley ambushed Carmella from behind to end the friendship between the two. The Princess of Staten Island was definitely not happy with this and went vocal on social media about this. Now that she has received this title opportunity, could she use it to the fullest by becoming a new champion? We have to keep our eyes on SmackDown to know more.
— WWE (@WWEIndia) February 13, 2020
The romantic saga between Otis Dojovic and Mandy Rose is going on SmackDown for quite sometimes. Otis proved to be a true-lover for the Golden Goddess of the WWE on quite a few occasions that might have melted Mandy’s heart.
Thus, she has agreed to go on a date with the Blue Collar Solid guy who is all pumped up to impress his lady. Will they go one step further in the relationship or there will be a heartbreak? The answer lies when the show airs.
Also, Shinsuke Nakamura was able to put down the new Intercontinental Champion Braun Strowman using the number games, last week. Could the champion make a comeback? We would learn when SmackDown airs with this must-watch episode from Canada.
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