From the WWE Rumor Mill: Key storylines likely to play out at SmackDown 1000
WWE has big plans for the 1000th episode of SmackDown.
What’s the story?
The 1000th episode of WWE SmackDown is set to take place later this year, and that in turn has set the professional wrestling community abuzz regarding the same.
Additionally, pro-wrestling experts, on their part, have asserted that SmackDown 1000 is set to act as a pivotal episode on WWE television programming—a few details on which have also been noted.
In case you didn’t know…
The WWE put forth the very first episode of SmackDown on April 29th, 1999.
The WWE’s SmackDown brand swiftly grew as the promotion’s second most important brand after Monday Night RAW—with both RAW & SmackDown being lauded as key factors in WWE’s global success.
The heart of the matter
The 1000th episode of SmackDown is set to air from the Verizon Center in Washington, DC on October 16th.
The vast majority of professional wrestling experts emphasize that the SmackDown 1000 episode is set to feature several key storylines play out on WWE TV programming.
Not only due to it being a milestone episode but also owing to the fact that it will serve as a key episode in the lead-up to WWE’s Survivor Series PPV.
As of this writing, the WWE is yet to officially announce the special SmackDown 1000 episode.
The 1000th episode of SmackDown will take place at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC on October 16th—building up to WWE Survivor Series that transpires on November 18th.
Fans can expect the WWE to make a special announcement regarding SmackDown 1000 in the days to come.
Honestly speaking, the WWE is a truly unique sports-entertainment organization—an excellent blend of sports, entertainment, drama, comedy, action, and so much more.
While SmackDown has always been considered the B-Show, with RAW leading the charge as regards all things WWE; the hardcore pro-wrestling community often praises SmackDown for the pure-wrestling content and less mainstream shenanigans that it brings to the WWE Universe.
Here’s to 1000 more SmackDown episodes!