• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday
Old School World Wrestling Federation Legend The Honky Tonk Man (Real name: Roy Wayne Farris) celebrates his 65th birthday today.
He’s still the record holder as the longest reigning WWF Intercontinental Champion of all time, and let’s not forget he’s also the real life cousin of fellow Old School Wrestling Legend Jerry “The King” Lawler.
• Difference Of 2 Million Viewers Between This Week’s Raw & SmackDown Live
This week’s episode of SmackDown Live, which was the go-home edition of the show for Royal Rumble 2018 PPV, drew 2.58 million viewers. This is down from previous week’s 2.60 million viewers.
In comparison, this week’s Raw (which was the 25th anniversary celebration of the show) drew 4.53 million viewers, almost 2 million more than SmackDown Live.
Below are the results from this week’s SmackDown Live:
– AJ Styles agrees to take on both Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn
– Chad Gable def. Jey Uso
– Naomi def. Liv Morgan
– Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin ended in a no-contest after Randy Orton made his presence felt
– Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston & United States Champion Bobby Roode def. Jinder Mahal, Rusev & Aiden English
– WWE Champion AJ Styles def. Kevin Owens
– Sami Zayn def. WWE Champion AJ Styles
Below are the top 10 moments from this week’s SmackDown Live:
• Enzo Amore Was Set To Face A WWF Veteran At Raw 25 & Then Get Destroyed By The Dudley Boyz
Before Enzo Amore’s suspension & subsequent firing, he was set to face WWF Veteran Goldust in the third hour of Raw 25. The match would’ve led to the Zo Train beating down Goldust and this leading to The Dudley Boyz coming out and destroying Enzo.
However, that segment was re-written after Enzo was sent home and Heath Slater ended up getting destroyed by The Dudley Boyz.