The live streaming will kick-off on the USA Network with the usual timing of 8/7c. In India, the pre-show will go on the air at 5 AM on the Ten 2 network following the main show and the Talking Smack show at 7.30 AM, on Wednesday (Nov 2).
The repeat telecast will be aired on Ten 1 Network at 5 PM, Wednesday.
Now, a lot of questions are looming after the controversial finish that we have seen last week. The main event match was supposed to determine the number one contender for the WWE World Heavyweight championship. But, Dean Ambrose was robbed from his title opportunity after James Ellsworth caused the disqualification by hitting the “no chin music” to AJ Styles.
We have seen Ellsworth apologizing to Ambrose for numerous times on Talking Smack but will Ambrose forgive him? There’s one more thing, Ellsworth is unbeaten against Styles, too. So, is he trying to mess around Ambrose to get his own title shot? Or, it possibly could set up a triple threat match for Smackdown which will take place next in Glasgow, Scotland.
Speaking of next week’s show brings us to the already announced Smackdown Women’s title match. Becky Lynch made her return but Bliss is on a roll, lately and would continue her villainous acts to get the title from Becky. The Irish Lass-kicker has lost momentum with the unfortunate injury and she should get it back tonight.
We also know who will lead the Smackdown Women’s division at Survivor Series. But, there’s a lot of volatility between Nikki Bella and Carmella. So, will they be able to co-exist if picked up for the Smackdown women’s team?
Also, we are eagerly waiting to know that if Randy Orton has officially joined the Wyatt family after the shocking turn of events, last week. This can be turned into a promising storyline for the sake of Orton-Wyatt feud.