WWE SmackDown Preview and Matches- 17 Sept 2019

Check out the preview and matches announced for WWE SmackDown episode on 17 Sept 2019.

  • Location- American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas, US
  • Time- 8 PM EST(18 Sept 2019 12 AM GMT/5:30 AM IST)

The New Day meets Randy Orton & The Revival in Six-Man Tag Team Match

6 Men Tag Team Match SmackDown 17 September 2019

The New Day had mixed show at Clash of Champions as Kofi Kingston was able to retain the title against Randy Orton but Xavier Woods and Big E lost the tag team titles to the Revival. It looks like both the storylines are set to continue with a 6-man tag team match at SmackDown this week.

Erick Rowan sits down for an Interview after Clash of Champions reunion

The Bludgeon Brother reunited at Clash of Champions and took down Roman Reigns. Rowan masterminded the Roman Reigns attacks but we do not know about the reason behind them. Erick Rowan has now agreed to a sit-down interview on SmackDown to attempt to answer these questions and bring some clarity to the ongoing hostilities with Reigns.

King Corbin ready for his coronation

After he won the semifinal, there were very few people who were betting against Baron Corbin to win the King of the Ring 2019. The coronation of King Corbin is set to take place at SmackDown tonight. But as we know, there will be more. What is it going to be? A title match against Kofi for WWE title? Maybe!

Shane McMahon to address the firing of Kevin Owens

The continued tension between Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens reached its peak when Shane fired Kevin Owens for not helping him win the semifinal of King of the Ring. This week’s SmackDown preview includes that Shane McMahon will address his action and a possible way for Owens to return maybe!!

Will Bayley’s dirty victory over Charlotte Flair catch up to her?

Nobody would have expected such feeble performance from Bayley at Clash of Champions. And they would never have expected the manner in which Bayley got the win, sending Charlotte Flair head-first into the exposed turnbuckle. If this week’s RAW was anything to go by, Flair is still in pursuit of that title. Will we see another rematch at Hell in a Cell?