WWE Smackdown Live preview and schedule: September 17, 2019
In Clash of champions, we saw some classic matches from SmackDown Live where three champions retained successfully. Only the tag team championships changed hand as we are all set to head into the next big pay-per-view event named Hell in a Cell.
The gimmick-based event will take place in just three weeks time meaning the storylines from the blue brand will have to soon kick-off. The WWE Champion had yet another successful defense at Clash of Champions and it was special because this is his first pinfall win against The Viper. He will compete in a huge six-man tag team match, Smackdown tonight. Meanwhile, the women’s champion may have to deal with The Queen’s challenge for some more weeks. Plus, Roman Reigns will have to regroup from the devastating loss suffered at the bygone event when Smackdown takes place tonight at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Sony TEN 1 will telecast WWE SmackDown Live in India on Wednesday (September 18) from 5.30 AM IST, while the repeat will air later in the day at 1 PM, 5 PM and 9 PM. Kofi Kingston was victorious at Clash of Champions as he cut down the head of the slithering Viper. For the first time in his career, he was able to defeat Randy Orton in a one-on-one contest and it will stay as a big accolade in his resume as its a decade-long redemption. Moving forward, Kingston may have a new championship opponent at Hell in a Cell. However, the previous advertisements hint that the ongoing feud may be stretched until the October 6th PPV. In that case, we will get another contest between Kofi and Orton inside Hell in a Cell. As for tonight on Smackdwon, Kofi teams up with Woods and Big E to take on Orton and The Revival in a six-man tag team match.