4 Biggest Things WWE Secretly Told Us On SmackDown Live (5th February 2019)
After delivering a pretty average episode of Monday Night Raw, WWE returned to the frame to advance the proceedings for the Elimination Chamber with another solid episode of SmackDown Live.
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The show started with Charlotte Flair mocking Becky Lynch's recent suspension and vowed to lock horns with the Rowdy One at the Grandest Stage of Them All.
Moreover, Becky Lynch's intervention coerced Triple H to take the matter in his own hands in what eventually became a heated confrontation between the Game and the Irish Lass Kicker.
The Blue Brand was successful in presenting storylines that demanded the fans' attention whilst delivering some quality in-ring matches in the process.
Naomi and Carmella are the recently aligned team that would be entering the barbaric Elimination Chamber for a shot at the historical Women's Tag-Team Championships.
Whether it was Nakamura's chemistry with Rusev or 'The New' Daniel Bryan's mockery of Vince McMahon's billion dollar company, SmackDown Live delivered a fine blend of wrestling and entertainment tonight.
Regardless of everything that transpired, and everything that is about to happen in the next few weeks, there are still a lot of things that WWE secretly to tell us vicariously through some of their segments and matches. What were they? Let's find out.
Here are the four biggest things WWE secretly told us on SmackDown Live (5th February 2019).
#1 Nobody will be ready for Asuka at the Elimination Chamber
Asuka has played an influential role in propelling the women's division to a different stratosphere when she dominated the entire scene under Triple H's visionary supervision.
With Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch still pushing for the same spot at the Show of Shows, this leaves the creative team with no legitimate competitor for the Empress of Tomorrow.
Moreover, half of the female talent on the blue brand will be heavily involved in the First-Ever Women's Tag-Team Championship match which is scheduled to happen inside the barbaric Elimination Chamber.
While the company are certainly presenting the SmackDown Women's Champion as a big deal, the lack of opponents on the blue brand could see the Empress of Tomorrow not defending her gold at WWE's next PPV, Elimination Chamber.