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WWE SmackDown

4 Jun 2019

WWE SmackDown Live is one of the three brands operating under WWE and airs on Tuesday Night every week. Also known as the company’s Blue Brand, SmackDown Live made its Television debut in 1999.


  1. Where to watch WWE SmackDown Live online and on TV?
  2. How to watch WWE SmackDown LIVE on WWE Network?



WWE SmackDown



Where to watch WWE SmackDown Live online and on TV?


  1. To watch WWE SmackDown Live in the United States, tune into the USA Network every Tuesday Evening at 8 PM EST
  2. To watch WWE SmackDown Live in the United Kingdom, tune into Sky Sports Arena every Wednesday Morning at 1 AM
  3. To watch WWE SmackDown Live in India, tune into Sony Ten 1 and Sony Ten 1 HD every Wednesday Morning at 6 AM
  4. To watch WWE SmackDown Live in Canada, tune into Sportsnet 360 every Tuesday Evening at 8 PM EST
  5. To watch WWE SmackDown Live in Australia, tune into Fox 8 every Wednesday Morning at 10 AM


How to watch WWE SmackDown LIVE on WWE Network?


WWE Network is available at $9.99 per month in the US, £9.99 in the UK first time subscribers also get a month free subscription.


You can watch it online via the following apps:


  1. Google Chromecast
  2. Kindle Fire/Kindle Fire TV
  3. Android devices
  4. Android TV
  5. Apple TV
  6. iOS devices (iPhone and iPad)
  7. LG Smart TVs
  8. Panasonic Smart TVs
  9. PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4
  10. Roku via the WWE App
  11. Samsung Smart TVs (2013 and 2014 models)
  12. Sony Internet-connected TVs and Streaming Blu-ray Players
  13. WWE.com
  14. Windows 10
  15. Xbox One and Xbox 360



ChampionshipChampion
WWE ChampionshipKofi Kingston
WWE SmackDown Women’s ChampionBayley
WWE SmackDown Tag Team ChampionshipThe Revival


On April 29, 1999, WWE SmackDown made its first run on the Television screen. However, back then, it used to air every Thursday night. In 2005, it was moved to Friday and that continued for the next ten years. In 2015, the show was moved back to Thursday night but WWE had big plans in store for their second most popular brand.


In 2016, SmackDown Live began to air on Tuesday nights thereby, coming close to WWE’s flagship show, Monday Night RAW. A sense of competition was introduced between the two top brands of the WWE network.


The biggest difference was that the show was now Live. The show traveled across seven countries and was broadcast from 163 arenas spread over 148 cities.


When the show had firs come into existence, it was widely known as The Rock’s show because the Samoan Superstar had declared the blue brand as his home. Interestingly, the name of the show ‘SmackDown’ was drawn from the Rock’s popular catchphrase “Layeth the smackdown”.


After WWE’s brand extension in 2002, SmackDown started competing against WWE RAW. However, in 2011, WWE decided to call off the division of its network in two brands and announced that the wrestlers will no longer remain exclusive to their respective brands.


On October 14 of the same year, SmackDown became the second longest running weekly television series in the history of American television. Three years later, SmackDown celebrated its fifteenth anniversary on the television and continued to enjoy success.


The Blue Brand achieved another milestone in their journey when the show was aired on the USA Network for the first time on January 7, 2016. This was also the first time when three WWE shows (others being RAW and Tough Enough) were airing on the same network.


In May 2016, SmackDown Live started airing on Tuesday nights. Two months later, Shane McMahon was appointed as the Commissioner of SmackDown Live followed by Daniel Bryan being appointed as the General Manager.


SmackDown has continued to feature some of the most incredible WWE Superstars in its entire course of history. Currently, Kofi Kingston is holding the WWE Championship whereas Bayley is the SmackDown Women’s Champion.


You can follow the latest SmackDown Live Results and news here with us.


Click here to read WWE SmackDown Live News in Hindi


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WWE SmackDown Live: 3 botches and mistakes you missed this week (17th September 2019)
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WWE News: Shane McMahon issues massive update on Kevin Owens' future
WWE Rumors: Company makes last-minute decision to cancel big Roman Reigns match 
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WWE News: John Cena, Miz and more to host special FOX shows before SmackDown premiere
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5 reasons why Vince McMahon won't allow Kofi Kingston to beat Brock Lesnar in their WWE Championship match
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WWE SmackDown Live: 5 shocking mistakes made this week (17th September 2019)
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SmackDown Live: 3 things WWE made clear on the latest episode (17 September 2019)
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