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3 moments you may have missed on SmackDown Live this week (November 20, 2018)

Kartik Arry
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Here are a few moments you might have missed from this week
Here are a few moments you might have missed from this week's edition of SmackDown Live

This week's edition of WWE SmackDown Live (20th November 2018) saw a lot of contrasting moments. from Randy Orton tearing off Rey Mysterio's iconic mask to The New Day participating in a slapstick Thanksgiving melee with The Bar & Big Show.

However, there are always a few subtle moments that the audiences might overlook due to WWE's weekly schedule of programming. Make sure to send in your thoughts in the comments section below if you want to point out other obscure & interesting moments from this week's SmackDown Live.

With Survivor Series 2018 being well past us at this point in time, here are a few moments that you might have missed from the 20th November 2018 edition of WWE SmackDown Live...


#3: A Mandy Rose botch

The Golden Goddess botched a bump on last night
The Golden Goddess botched a bump on last night's SmackDown Live episode

Last night, Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville faced Asuka & Naomi in a tag-team match. The bout was centered around the contrasting difference in chemistry between both of these tag-teams.

During one particular instance, (as seen in the picture above) Asuka & Naomi went for a double hip-attack against Sonya Deville & Mandy Rose on the ring apron.

While Naomi did make contact with Sonya's torso, it was clearly visible that Mandy Rose jumped off the apron before Asuka could make any contact during the move.

Moreover, as you can make out, the camera was positioned in such a manner that Mandy's botch was unintentionally made to look like the main focus of this entire shot. This also made it hard to go unnoticed in front of millions of viewers watching SmackDown Live from the comfort of their homes.

While botches are inevitable in this line of business, they always serve as a distraction for a fan who wholly invests into a fictional story.





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