WWE is taping next week’s SmackDown after this week’s show. This is to accommodate the company’s trip to Saudi Arabia for Night of Champions. Now we know what they have planned for next week’s show.

Sean Sapp noted several spoilers for WWE’s plan. It appears that our previous report about Sheamus vs Austin Theory for the US Title was on the money. They also have an exciting match planned for Cameron Grimes as he takes on Ashante Thee Adonis

Kevin Owens will also host another KO Show, with very interesting guests. Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa will take on Owens and Sami Zayn at Night of Champions, but they will be guests on the KO Show next week.

– Sheamus vs. Austin Theory


– Raquel Rodriguez and Shotzi vs. Bayley & IYO SKY

– Cameron Grimes vs. Ashante Thee Adonis

– Bianca Belair promo

– AJ Styles vs. Karrion Kross

– The KO Show with Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa

It was also noted that, “WWE brought in several extras as security guards.” Also, Pretty Deadly are set to be involved with Austin Theory. We’re not sure how they are going to be involved.

Ridge Holland and Butch are set for the show. Baron Corbin is set to be involved in Cameron Grimes’ segment as well. Asuka is also going to be involved in Bianca Belair’s in-ring promo.

Scarlett, Paul Heyman, The Usos, are all booked for the show too. Street Profits are going to be sitting in on commentary for LA Knight and Rick Boogs’ tag team match.

We will have spoilers as soon as they are released. It appears that WWE has some exciting plans in store for next week’s episode of SmackDown as the roster prepares for another trip to Saudi Arabia.

What’s your take on WWE’s plan for SmackDown next week? Sound off in the comments!

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