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5 Biggest Things WWE Secretly Told Us On SmackDown Live

Rimika Saini
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26.23K   //    09 Jan 2019, 09:59 IST

The future looks bright on the blue brand
The future looks bright on the blue brand

In what was a pretty enjoyable episode after WWE Raw, WWE put their best foot forward and gave us a terrific edition of SmackDown Live.

With fans vehemently criticizing the product that they are receiving from Vince McMahon's billion dollar company, it was nice to see the company giving attention to detail on the blue brand.

Daniel Bryan's current feud with AJ Styles has only begun, with the WWE Champion doing everything he can to gravitate nuclear heat from the fans that adulate him.

A lot of good wrestling happened tonight, especially the tag-team match, where Andrade 'Cien' Almas went on to design his destiny by pinning his biggest idol - Rey Mysterio.

Regardless of everything that happened and everything that is about to happen, there are still a lot of things that WWE secretly tried to tell us vicariously through some of their segments and matches. What were they? Let's find out.

Here are the 5 biggest things WWE secretly told us on SmackDown Live.

#1 The 'New' Daniel Bryan and The 'Real' AJ Styles are neither a heel nor a babyface

Just two men wanting the WWE Championship
Just two men wanting the WWE Championship

If there's a momentous time to applaud these two fine performers, it is now. Both Daniel Bryan and AJ Styles are coercing us to divert our attention towards the blue brand instead of expecting something refreshing from Monday Night Raw.

Both the performers have been successful in garnering attention from the fans, with the 'New' Daniel Bryan obviously drawing nuclear heat for his truthful words. While the company always draws a thin line to define the roles of these characters, there's no way you could assess these two and what they stand for.


The 'Real' AJ Styles was unleashed at the hands of Vince McMahon which led the Phenomenal One to put his hands on his own boss and then going on to earn the right to face the WWE Champion.

Since these two are only concerned with getting the most coveted prize in sports entertainment in their possession, they both are neither a heel nor a babyface today.

Just two performers wanting to beat the hell out of each other and proving that the WWE Championship is still as prestigious as it used to be, earlier.

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