3 Biggest things WWE made clear on SmackDown Live this week (13 August 2019)
SmackDown Live offered an action-packed episode this week and it was expected after a stupendous SummerSlam PPV. It is safe to say the product has improved significantly in recent weeks. Apart from the matches, the promos were noteworthy this week.
Kevin Owens opened SmackDown Live this week, and he was confronted by Shane McMahon. While Owens was fined a big amount by Shane, he also faced Samoa Joe. Ember Moon faced Charlotte Flair this week, and the latter was victorious. Aleister Black produced another promo in his darkroom. Roman Reigns' mysterious attacker isn't Rowan as Buddy Murphy claims. Moreover, Murphy made his SmackDown Live debut against the Big Dog this week.
Here we discuss three things WWE made clear on SmackDown Live this week.
#3 The Revival might chase the SmackDown Tag Team Titles
The Revival, who are former RAW Tag Team Champions, showed up on SmackDown Live this week. Two weeks ago, Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder lost the twin red belts to The OC in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match. They lost the belts a few days before SummerSlam, but the titles were not defended on Sunday.
The Revival closed SmackDown Live this week when they teamed up with Randy Orton to face the New Day. As a matter of fact, The Revival pinned the current SmackDown Tag Team Champions. The duo certainly made a big statement by pinning one half of the SmackDown Tag Team Champions, Xavier Woods.
The two men have been in the RAW Tag Team Championship picture for a long time, so it will be interesting to see if they target the blue belts. Apart from Heavy Machinery, the blue brand doesn't have credible challengers for the champions. Daniel Bryan and Rowan were the previous holders of the twin belts but they are currently involved in a different feud.