The go-home edition of Friday Night SmackDown for WrestleMania 40 was an open field for multiple WWE superstars to make a huge statement just before The Show of Shows with Big Bronson Reed rising above all to claim the moment.

Tonight’s edition of SmackDown featured the annual Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal with an array of both RAW and SmackDown stars competing to etch the important accolade on their resumes.

The Battle Royal was a chaotic and action-packed affair with a huge opportunity hanging in the balance just 24 hours before WrestleMania 40 festivities kicked off. Moreover, a notable sight was the returning Omos spreading fear over the entire field from the get-go only to mistakenly eliminate himself while trying to toss others out, while also witnessing some internal feuds between Ricochet and JD McDonagh, and LWO and Legado Del Fantasma and LWO boil up as well.

The end part of the Battle Royal came down to the two behemoths, Ivar and Big Bronson Reed after tossing out Alpha Academy members, Otis and Akira Tozawa. Both men displayed a Meat-O-Mania preview with their respective heavy artilleries. However, a timely rolling thunder followed by tossing Ivar over the top rope gave Bronson the victory.


With his win, Bronson Reed joins top-tier stars like Jey Uso, Big Show, and Braun Strowman among the past winners and gains momentum heading into The Showcase of the Immortals set to go down at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

What are your thoughts on Bronson Reed winning the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal on Smackdown? Sound off in the comments!

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