WWE Smackdown Live preview & schedule: May 28, 2019
Additionally, the WWE Champion Kofi Kingston finds himself in a precarious position when he features in a rematch from Money in the Bank. We also expect an update in the women’s championship storyline that has become stale since Super ShowDown can’t have any title match in-store on the card. Also, the heated rivalry between Roman Reigns and the McMahon family will be dragged out when Smackdown airs this week from the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We have witnessed an almost repeat telecast on WWE Raw from last week’s Smackdown where Dolph Ziggler pounced on the champion from the back to deliver an onslaught attack. This time around, Xavier Woods was out to make the save but the show-off managed to leave a statement, once again as he finished the night off with a heel promo demanding respect from the WWE Universe.
Will these relentless attacks let him receive the ”unsung hero’s’’ reception from the crowd? Definitely, No. Rather, they will shower even more praise to the WWE Champion Kofi Kingston who is up for a battle even in this wounded condition. Even after suffering back to back attacks from Dolph Ziggler, Kofi has to feature in a rematch from Money in the Bank against Kevin Owens. Can Kofi prevail defying all the odds? We’ll find out on tonight’s episode of Smackdown. The Smackdown women’s championship picture needs a booster as the storyline did not move forward ever since Money in the Bank. Bayley made history on that night by successfully cashing in her briefcase on Charlotte Flair and thereby becoming the only women’s Triple Crown champion in WWE history. However, her accolade will soon start fading away in case she does not get booked in a proper storyline angle.