Although there’s effort in the booking by the creative team of the Smackdown Live, the latest episode saw yet another poor crowd turnout. The arena was not sold out, and significant portions of seats were empty for the major part of the show. This might create a major headache for the officials heading towards one of the most exciting moments of the year, Hell in a Cell.

The main reason behind this may be a poor buildup for the next PPV to be held on October 8th. The entire focus of the event has been granted to the Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens rivalry. As seen on the show, most of the segments were neglected to hype up this feud, yet again.

So, most of the show felt boring until and unless the main event segment came where Kevin Owens laid an assault to Sami Zayn to put him on the shelf. Shane McMahon came running in to make the save and put his hands on the prize-fighter who chose to walk away through the crowd. This was quite a heated segment.

However, the other rivalries, notably the WWE Championship one between Jinder Mahal and Nakamura has not given the momentum that it needs. We don’t even know whether the match will be contested inside the Hell in a Cell structure or not. The creative team will get only one more show leading to the PPV, and they need to address the problem, sooner.

This is how the WWE Universe reacted to the show:

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