WWE Smackdown Viewership Rises Slightly Heading into Money in the Bank
This week’s edition of WWE Smackdown was the final stop on the road to Money in the Bank this weekend, and the show was coming off the least watched episode of the year last week.
According to ShowBuzz Daily, this week’s WWE Smackdown viewership averaged 2.183 million, which is up slightly from last week’s 2.138 million viewership average.
In addition to this week’s WWE Smackdown being the go-home show for the PPV on Sunday night, the show also featured a first-time ever match in Jeff Hardy vs Shinsuke Nakamura. The show also featured a ten-woman tag team match.
This week’s WWE Smackdown ranked #9 in overall cable TV viewership for the night.
Below are several highlight videos from this week’s WWE Smackdown:
After a war of words on social media, the United States Champion clashes with The King of Strong Style.
All of Team Blue’s female Superstars collide in the first-ever 10-Woman Tag Team battle on SmackDown LIVE.
In an interview with WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, AJ Styles explains why he slapped Shinsuke Nakamura last week, before turning his attention to this Sunday’s WWE Championship Match.
SmackDown’s General Manager attempts to motivate Team Blue’s entrants in Sunday’s Ladder Match, but she is soon interrupted by The IIconics and Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville.
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