Tonight’s episode of WWE SmackDown, broadcasting live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, is set to provide fans with the aftermath of last Saturday’s Survivor Series and the intense WarGames matches that took place.

WWE SmackDown will air at 8:00 PM EST on FOX. This will see the blue brand return to their usual home after a week on FS1, but they are returning for what promises to be an epic episode.

As of right now, WWE has not officially announced any matches for the evening. However, the locally advertised dark matches include Cody Rhodes facing off against Dominik Mysterio and World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins squaring off against Shinsuke Nakamura.

One notable highlight for the night is the return of United States Champion Logan Paul to WWE TV. Paul’s reappearance on the wrestling scene is expected to be a significant moment for fans, and it’s anyone’s guess who he will mix it up with.


Another exciting development is the presence of Randy Orton, who has been away from the ring for a substantial 18-month period. This could result in a big angle as The Apex Predator gets adjusted back in WWE.

Randy made his comeback at Survivor Series and continued with a match against Dominik Mysterio on the November 27th episode of WWE RAW. All we know is that WWE said that “Daddy’s home,” so fans should expect anything from The Viper.

Keep checking back with Ringside News for more updates. You can check out the card (so far) in the space below.

December 1st WWE SmackDown Card:

  • United States Champion Logan Paul will return to WWE TV.
  • Randy Orton is advertised for the show.
  • Survivor Series fallout

As a reminder, Ringside News will be providing live play-by-play coverage of tonight’s show over in our WWE SmackDown results coverage hub. Also keep checking back with Ringside News for more updates, because there could be several before the big show. Let us know what you think about WWE’s plan for RAW tonight in the comments section!

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