Survivor Series 2020 fallouts will be the key things for SmackDown, this week which should help to begin buildups for the final PPV of the year that is TLC. We can assume that Roman Reigns will get a new opponent for his title while the Women’s Champion Sasha Banks already has someone to address. The IC-title holder isn’t happy with the bygone PPV experience and he’s likely to be going for complaints when the show airs from the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.
WWE Smackdown Preview (27/11/20): Survivor Series 2020 Fallouts
Roman Reigns established himself as the true kingpin of the WWE after defeating Drew McIntyre in the non-title Champion vs Champion match at Survivor Series. It was a battle between the two top stars in today’s WWE where Jey Uso’s interferences helped him to pick up the win. Now he’d look forward to defending his title which wasn’t put in the line since October.
Speaking of his potential challengers on SmackDown, Daniel Bryan is standing in the front of the line. He was ambushed by Jey as per Reigns’ instructions, a few weeks ago. But now he is back and already defeated Jey in the presence of the Universal Champion. Rumors also suggest that Reigns vs Bryan could be pushed back to Royal Rumble 2021. If that is the case then someone like Kevin Owens can step up to the champion.
The SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks was victorious in the battle against Raw Women’s Champion Asuka at Survivor Series. But she’s not likely to have enough time to take a breather as Carmella has been targeting her for quite a while. For three weeks, Mella attacked her from behind and it is time for Banks to give back an answer. This could eventually set up a title match between the two.
The Survivor Series contest between Sami Zayn vs Bobby Lashley was supposed to be a one-sided contest in favor of the latter one which wasn’t the case. Zayn put up solid resistance but the Hurt Business members made the difference in the match outcome. So the loss was unacceptable for the Intercontinental Champion who might not back down without getting his justice.
Murphy defeated Seth Rollins on last week’s SmackDown that perhaps put the latter to a hiatus, for now. It must be a happy time for him and all the Mysterio family who’s gathered in the ring after Murphy’s biggest win of his career. With The Messiah no more around, what could be next for the disciple? We’ll find out when Friday’s hottest show airs, live from the ThunderDome.