5 Legitimate Shockers WWE Could Be Planning For SmackDown Live
I'm genuinely excited when I'm writing about SmackDown Live, as the blue brand has constantly proved its edge over Monday Night Raw with their fantastic storylines and impressive in-ring quality.
Let us not forget Becky Lynch and Daniel Bryan who are possibly two of the most interesting characters in all of WWE, let alone SmackDown Live.
While Monday Night Raw would do everything in its power to impress the audience, more eyes will be on the house that A.J. Styles built, with the company igniting more heat between the six competitors fighting for the WWE Championship inside the barbaric Elimination Chamber.
'The New' Daniel Bryan has been solid in his role as a conniving heel who will not compromise his beliefs and ideology to fit in a delusional modern world.
Three solid matches have been announced for the blue brand as of now, with Randy Orton locking horns with Mustafa Ali for the first time, being a more anticipated one.
There is sure to be more focus on who will possibly challenge Asuka for the SmackDown Women's Championship considering the fact that Charlotte still has her eyes on Becky Lynch's spot at WrestleMania 35.
A lot could happen on SmackDown Live this Tuesday which we could prove to be compelling moving forward to Elimination Chamber. But, what could it be? Let's find out.
Here are the 5 biggest shockers WWE could be planning for SmackDown Live.
#1 AJ Styles promises to leave WWE if he fails to win gold at Elimination Chamber
One of the biggest news that is reportedly doing the rounds is AJ Styles' admission that he has not yet renewed his WWE contract, amidst rumours that he could be a top priority for All Elite Wrestling.
Since Vince McMahon has brought some major alterations to his product, he could very well push another storyline, with the Phenomenal One garnering worldwide attention.
While the former WWE Champion took to Twitter and refused to sign a new contract, there's a possibility that the creative team could use this an opportunity to give more focus to the Prince of Phenomenal.
Promising to leave WWE if he fails to win the gold at Elimination Chamber could bring an element of intrigue in the Men's Elimination Chamber match whilst featuring AJ Styles as the Guy on the blue brand.