• Open Challenge Title Match Tonight On SmackDown Live
US Champion Bobby Roode will issue a United States Open Challenge tonight on SmackDown Live. Below is what WWE posted regarding this:
“The Glorious One, who ranked No. 5 in the first-ever SmackDown LIVE Top 10 List, is determined to prove he’s a fighting United States Champion and possibly move up in the rankings. Tonight on SmackDown, Bobby Roode will aim to do that when he issues a United States Open Challenge.
Plenty of competitors seem to have Roode in their sights, including Rusev and Randy Orton, who shocked the WWE Universe last week by dropping The Bulgarian Brute, Aiden English and Roode with RKOs last Tuesday.
Who will answer The Glorious One’s call for competition? Will they be able to take the star-spangled championship from Roode?”
• Who Will The SmackDown Women’s Champion Face On Tonight’s SmackDown Live?
SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair is set to take on Riott Squad’s Sarah Logan on tonight’s episode of SmackDown Live. Below is what WWE posted regarding this:
“Last week on SmackDown LIVE, SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair defeated The Riott Squad’s Liv Morgan, then made a bold claim: “One down, two to go.” The Queen’s quest for payback continues this week when she faces Sarah Logan.
Charlotte had to face 3-on-1 odds against Morgan last week, until Ruby Riott and Logan were thrown out by the official, which gave The Queen the opening to defeat the feisty New Jersey native. However, the SmackDown Women’s Champion is once again walking into a battle where she’ll be at a distinct disadvantage, as The Riott Squad still have the numbers in their favor. Will Charlotte once again score a victory over a member of the vicious trio?”
• Update On How Many Years The Undertaker Is Willing To Extend His Career
Many fans are thinking that The Undertaker finally retired last year at WrestleMania 33 after his loss to “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns. Many fans are thinking Taker will retire after his rumored match with 16 time WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena at WrestleMania 34 this year.
However, it looks like “The Deadman” has enough left in the tank for a few more WrestleMania moments!
The Dirty Sheets is reporting that “The Phenom” is thinking about potentially extending his career to about 2-3 more years after the hip replacement surgery he had last year.
This would mean that The Undertaker, who is the longest tenured superstar in WWE history, could pass the 30 year mark as an in-ring performer in the company. The Undertaker debuted in WWF/E back in November 1990.