WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview: Drew McIntyre Ruins Roman Reigns’ Celebration

This week’s WWE SmackDown will be the go-home edition for UK’s WWE Clash at the Castle. This SmackDown will air pre-taped and we’ll be discussing a preview without spoilers, along with some warnings. Roman Reigns will be celebrating two years as champion on the show. We will also  Karrion Kross finally enter the ring. New Day will take on Viking Raiders in a match under Viking Rules. Ronda Rousey’s final judgment section and Maximum Male Models vs. Hit Row have also been announced.

As everyone is already in the UK getting ready for the following day’s Clash at the Castle premium live event, this week’s WWE SmackDown will be recorded as previously mentioned. Clash at Castle is a great event for two reasons. Clash at the Castle will be Wrestlemania level. Nearly 70,000 UK fans will attend the event and the crowd will be buzzing. Triple H will be the event’s manager, so Expect the Unexpected.

WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview

Unexpectedly, Karrion Kross made a return to WWE a few week ago. He attacked Drew McIntyre and then went up against Roman Reigns. He has not made any public appearances since then to make promos against Drew. He is now willing to make a return and will take on an unknown opponent in the ring. Karrion Kross will win his first SmackDown match.

WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview – Karrion Kross

Ronda Rousey’s Final Judgment

Ronda Rousey has been adamant about WWE officials since her controversial SummerSlam loss to Liv Morgan. She also attacked several officials that night and was eventually suspended. She took the cash bag back to blue brand and used it for the fine, emptying it into her ring. Although her suspension was lifted the previous week, a final decision on her actions will be made this coming week.

WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview

WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview – Ronda Rousey’s Final Judgment

Spoilers** Adam Pearce appears in Ronda Rousey’s “Final Judgment” segment. Pearce removes Rousey’s suspension once she has paid her fines. Pearce claims that Ronda was innocent of any crime. Pearce claims that Ronda was the best bitch he had ever met and that she wanted to be fired. Rousey attacks Pearce and then holds him in an armbar.

New Day vs Viking Raiders

Since Viking Raiders and New Day have been at odds for a long, this week’s Viking Rules match will be the final opportunity for them to resolve their issues. The match will be a tag-team match without a DQ. The question is, which team will win?

WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview

WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview – The New Day vs The Viking Raiders

Roman Reigns’ Celebrations

Roman Reigns beat Braun Strowman & The Fiend to win two years ago the Universal Championship. After overcoming all obstacles, he is now the undisputed champion. The Bloodline will mark his milestone two-years as a champion at SmackDown before the PPV. Drew McIntyre or Roman Reigns will ruin the party.

Spoilers** The Usos and Sami Zayn held Roman Reigns’ two-year championship celebration. Drew McIntyre knocks Roman out immediately with a Claymore kick. McIntyre entered the ring and destroyed Zayn and The Usos. McIntyre won the fight to end the show.

Hit Row vs. Maximum Male Models

In a tag-team match, Mace & Mansoor of Maximum Male Models will compete against the returning Top Dolla and Ashante Adonis of Hit Row. It will be Mace & Mansoor’s debut game in the MMM. These models will be able defeat the Hit Row. Are we likely to see Los Lotharios in action?

WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview

WWE Smackdown 2 September Preview – Maximum Male Models vs Hit Row

WWE Smackdown 2 September Release Time & Where To Watch

FOX will broadcast WWE Friday Night Smackdown at 8 p.m. PT. WWE Smackdown is updated every Friday. On FOX, you can just tune in at this time if your TV has FOX. If you can’t make it to the live broadcast or prefer streaming WWE Smackdown, there are many streaming options.

Peacock, NBC’s streaming service, has rights to all of the WWE SmackDown weekly shows. Peacock lets you watch all of the WWE SmackDown shows. You’ll need to pay 4.99$ for its monthly subscription, and if you give an additional 5$, then you can have an ad-free experience. You can also stream WWE Smackdown on fuboTV and YouTube TV. If you’re from Canada, you can sign up for SN Now. UK residents will find BT Sports.

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