5 Biggest Things WWE Secretly Told Us On SmackDown Live
The show was star-studded with some of the biggest names on the blue brand making their presence known in the final stages of the show.
Considering that the WWE Championship match will be contested inside the barbaric Elimination Chamber, one wonders how will 'The New' Daniel Bryan manage to keep hold of his WWE Championship?
The women's division got the significance it deserved, with Becky Lynch once again opening the proceedings on the blue brand alongside a ruthless Charlotte Flair.
The creative team continued the focus on building Andrade 'Cien' Almas into the future of SmackDown Live. However, Shinsuke Nakamura's shocking loss to R-Truth broke the internet for all the wrong reasons, as the latter is now the United States Champion.
Regardless of everything that happened, and everything that is about to happen in the next few weeks, 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 Charlotte Flair would insert herself in the main event by injuring Becky Lynch
We all knew that the WWE won't let Becky Lynch lock horns with Ronda Rousey at the Grandest Stage of Them All in a singles match.
Charlotte Flair has always been the top priority for the WWE, and while Lynch has earned her way to the top of the food chain, she won't enter in a fight with Rousey alone.
The Queen confronted The Man on the blue brand and went on to tell the WWE Universe that without her, Becky Lynch wouldn't have been the main event superstar she is today.
Considering that both the competitors share such an intense rivalry, the creative team is certainly planning an injury angle here which would cost Becky to participate in the main event of WrestleMania.
Since this would lead to someone filling her spot, it would be Charlotte who eventually joins this bout, making it a triple-threat match at the Show of Shows in New Jersey.