WWE Smackdown (23/07) has just ended and what a show it was! Let us take a closer look at everything that went down on this latest episode of WWE’s Tuesday night programming and see how it was. We also take a look at some of the best Twitter reactions to this episode.
WWE SmackDown: What Went Down?
The show began with Shane McMahon making his way into the ring and saying he was glad Kevin Owens wasn’t a part of the Raw Reunion. He accepted Owens’ challenge for a match at Summerslam. Following that Apollo Crews defeated Shinsuke Nakamura.
Then there was Miz TV with Shawn Michaels where Dolph Ziggler interfered and the segment ended with Dolph super-kicking HBK. Then Ember Moon defeated Charlotte Flair. There was an Orton-Kofi promo where Orton says he will fight Kofi at SummerSlam. Then Kofi defeated Samoa Joe in a match. Kevin Owens vs Roman Reigns ended with Shane McMahon getting a Stone Cold Stunner from Kevin Owens in the end.
Twitter Reacts to WWE SmackDown
Let us now take a closer look at how the WWE Universe has reacted to the latest episode of WWE SmackDown and what the viewers have to say about the show:
— ⚡️Reverse Rell⚡️ (@Montez_BBA) July 24, 2019
it could be i was tired, or I was watching alot of wrestling earlier but smackdown was alright. I loved the fiend. what do you think?
— carlos reynosa (@outsider72683) July 24, 2019
SmackDown is routinely amazing episodic television. The Orton/Kofi segment is what I live for. When WWE decides to utilize the previous history and encounters of characters, they really make it count. I’m ready for Kofi and Orton. Main event jones.
— Pig Daddy Cool (@BoarIsWar) July 24, 2019
I was definitely feeling tonight’s Smackdown.
-That Ali promo.
-The duality Of Bray & The Fiend
-The Kofi and Randy segment
-Ember standing tall
-Nakamura being a beast
-The HBK, Dolph, Miz segment
-New Day on commentary
SOLID show! More of this!
— Suicidal Assassin (@WillieJSmithII) July 24, 2019
IDK what's going to happen with 205 Live once Smackdown starts on Fox. I really hope this isn't the end, but if it is they're going down swinging and I love it and will very much look forward to my future binge watch in a few years
— Matt Rogers (@TheFourManBand) July 24, 2019