This week’s Smackdown marked the fallouts from the Survivor Series PPV. The opening segment turned out to be quite predictive with Shane McMahon opening the show addressing the Sunday Night show. As expected, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn also interfered the segment after attacking the commissioner at the PPV. This set up a rematch from last week’s show which was another predictable lineup for the show.

Following this, we had a matchup between Shelton Benjamin and Jey Uso. It was a decent contest with Benjamin and Gable still failing to garner attention from the crowd. The debut of the Bludgeon Brothers made it up for the fans, to some extent. They were presented in a destructive manner.

The highlights of the night were made with the three debutants from NXT, Ruby Riot, Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan. The impact made by them substantially presented them. But, we need to remember that things were repetitive for two consecutive nights. On WWE Raw, Paige has done the same with her faction, as well.

AJ Styles delivered a nice promo on Smackdown Live. This set up the main event of the Clash of Champions PPV in December. The creative team will get a plenty of time for the buildup of this match. Hopefully, they do justice to this prime feud on team blue that will headline the PPV event.

The main event of the show was quite predicted, overall. The only new thing around this match was that perhaps some new feuds would be born with the brawl that broke out during the contest. Plus, a big-time match was also announced for next week. This week’s edition of Smackdown was a decent one as Twitter reacted to it,

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