Check out the preview, matches announced and start time for WWE Friday Night SmackDown episode of 18 December 2020(12/18/2020) featuring Carmella’s Toast, Tag Team Title match, and more for the WWE TLC 2020 go-home episode.
Date- 18 December 2020
Location- Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, FL, US
Start Time– 8 PM EST(19 December 2020 1 AM GMT/6:30 AM IST)
Kevin Owens Looks to Strike Back
Last week, Roman Reigns caught Kevin Owens with an steel chair attack backstage. Jey Uso then joined the Universal Champion to add more misery to KO. Will Owens be able to strike back and send a statement to Roman before their title match at Tables, Ladders and Chairs 2020 PPV?
Carmella’s Champagne Toast
After their SmackDown Women’s Championship Match ended in a DQ last week, Carmella brutally smashed a champagne bottle on Sasha Banks’ back. And then went on drink some from another bottle as Banks reeked in pain. With the title rematch set for this Sunday, SmackDown will host a Champagne Toast from Carmella and listen to what she has to say about her competitor.
First Annual Sami Awards
Sami Zayn is confident that WWE’s Annual Slammy Awards will be biased towards the corporate favorite superstars and will neglect the true fan favorites like himself. So, the Intercontinental Champion will host his own Sami Awards this week on SmackDown.
We know that Sami is going to be Superstar of the Year. But who else will get awarded in other categories? Find out on Friday.
Street Profits vs Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode
Street Profits were riding high after defeating WWE RAW Tag Team Champions The New Day at Survivor Series. However, they were brought down a peg as they lost a non-title match to the pair of Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode. With subsequent singles losses for Montez Ford against both Ziggler and Roode, their confidence would have taken a hit for sure.
The Street Profits will now have to bounce back from these setbacks if they wish to continue their tag team title reign as they defend their title this week.
Bayley vs Bianca Beliar
Bianca Beliar is trying to make her name in the main roster. That has to come at someone else’s expense. And that name is going to be none other than the former longest-reigning SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley. Will Bayley be a cakewalk for Beliar though? We do not think so.