The heat between Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live just keeps rising, as we edge closer towards Survivor Series. Last night on Raw, the red brand filled their teams for Survivor Series, and now it’s up SmackDown to deliver the goods.
The crowd in Glasgow will be treated with the live taping of the show and due to the importance of the venue; we might get to see some bold booking decisions.
However, the fallout of what happened on Raw will, indeed, be the major talking point this week on SmackDown. Here is a look at the things that we could expect from this week’s SmackDown Live.
#5 Hometown bad luck for Becky?
Ideally, superstars performing on their home turf are booked strongly. However, WWE has been taking a different route altogether. If you have any doubts about the same, ask Sasha Banks, who lost the Raw Women’s championship in front of her hometown fans, in one of the most historic matches in the WWE history.
While Glasgow might not exactly be Becky’s hometown, it is in the United Kingdom itself, and this could be bad news for Becky. She will be challenged for the championship by Alexa Bliss, and if WWE sticks to the pattern it has followed these days, Becky might drop the title.