3 Interesting observations from this week's SmackDown Live (February 5, 2019)
From Becky Lynch and Triple H having a stand-off, to the New Daniel Bryan advocating his environmental concerns while being showered with hometown applause, this week's edition of WWE SmackDown Live (5th February 2019) featured a lot of contrasting moments indeed.
Despite the opening segment, last night's episode was not as momentous as compared to other recent SmackDown Live episodes. Instead, the show focused on a select few storylines only. Let us know what you thought about last night's episode in the comments section below.
Now that the Royal Rumble is well past us at this point in time, here are a few interesting observations you may have missed during this week's edition of SmackDown Live.
#3 Where was R-Truth?
Normally, one wouldn't ask as to whether or not R-Truth was scheduled to appear on a weekly show. Don't get me wrong, R-Truth does make every situation lively and interesting.
However, now that he is our current United States Champion, most people were under the impression that the title's worth would have increased when compared to its recent pitfalls.
R-Truth wasn't scheduled to appear on last night's show, and with WrestleMania inching closer day-by-day, we sure do hope that R-Truth's current reign as champion turns out to be beneficial for all parties involved.
Even Shane McMahon, The Miz & Asuka did not appear on this week's show despite being champions, however, there were advertisements and vignettes for both situations. But in R-Truth's case, it seems as if the WWE Universe will be subjected to another unmemorable reign.
It is too early to tell, but as of right now, things aren't looking hopeful. R-Truth is most probably a transitional champion right now, but that shouldn't stop the WWE from putting efforts into the US Title feud.