Ups and downs of SmackDown Live (6th February 2018)
The highs and lows from this week's edition of SmackDown Live
This week’s SmackDown Live was fun and entertaining. No doubt, it was better than RAW yesterday. The blue brand featured some good matches this week. These are the best and worst moments of this week's SmackDown Live.
#1 Best: Randy Orton RKOing everyone in sight
Randy Orton is known for his RKOs outta nowhere in WWE and since his return, he has been portrayed as a babyface. This episode indicated that ‘The Viper’ might turn heel and challenge Bobby Roode for the US Title at Fastlane or at WrestleMania 34.
Bobby Roode faced Rusev and it was an excellent match. Bobby Roode defeated Rusev and was celebrating his victory. Randy Orton appeared out of nowhere and delivered a powerful RKO which left Roode shocked and shattered. Randy Orton was not done yet, he then RKOed Aiden English who was checking on Rusev after the match. He also gave Rusev an RKO. The crowd went wild after seeing RKOs outta nowhere.