While RAW Reunion was an excellent episode, SmackDown Live was not too far behind last week. The blue brand offered an exciting episode and it will be aiming to continue the good run. Since we are just two weeks away from SummerSlam, some major announcements could be made this week.
Charlotte Flair suffered a shocking loss against Ember Moon last week when Bayley distracted the Queen while Intercontinental Champion Nakamura defeated Apollo Crews. In addition to that, three new matches were confirmed for SummerSlam last week. WWE Champion Kofi Kingston chose to face Randy Orton at the 'Biggest Party of the Summer', while Shane McMahon accepted Kevin Owens' challenge. Additionally, Bray Wyatt is all set to face Finn Balor and the two men will lock horns at SummerSlam.
The upcoming SmackDown Live will be held at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee. Trish Stratus will be the special guest of the blue brand this week. The line-up of the show also includes Drew McIntyre and Elias taking on the New Day in a non-title tag team match this week.
Here we discuss three astonishing things we could see on SmackDown Live this week.
#3. Aleister Black challenges Daniel Bryan for a match at SummerSlam
Aleister Black too on Cesaro at Extreme Rules and produced an impressive bout. Before Extreme Rules, Black's character had a great build-up as he delivered a host of awe-inspiring promos. The two men also fought on SmackDown Live two weeks ago and it seems unlikely that they will renew the rivalry.
Daniel Bryan, on the other hand, was announced to make a career-altering announcement after losing the SmackDown Tag Team Titles, however, he hasn't done it yet. Considering Bryan is a titanic name, WWE might book him for a match at SummerSlam.
Since Black is searching for an opponent at the second biggest PPV in the WWE, he could call out Daniel Bryan. Both the Superstars are dexterous in the ring and they could tear the house down at SummerSlam. Moreover, a feud with Daniel Bryan could elevate the stature of Aleister Black, who is aiming to make his mark on the blue side of things.