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WWE SmackDown Predictions & Match Card August 4, 2023: Preview
Here is the full Match Card for this week’s Friday Night edition which is scheduled to air on August 4, 2023, live from Wright State University’s Nutter Center in Dayton, OH.
WWE SmackDown Time In Australia: It airs live on at 10 am (AEST) on Fox8
WWE SmackDown Time In Canada: It airs live every Friday at 8 Am on Sportsnet 360
WWE SmackDown Time In South Africa: The show also airs live on Supersport in South Africa on Saturday at 02:00 am CAT
“The Real Chief” Jey Uso will be live on SmackDown
Jey Uso will grace the live stage of SmackDown, all set and ready to gear up for his momentous clash with Roman Reigns at SummerSlam, where they will vie for the Undisputed WWE Universal Title.
However, the previous week brought some unexpected twists for “Main Event” Jey. Despite emerging victorious in the main event against Grayson Waller, he faced an intense onslaught from his own cousin, Reigns, and his brother, Solo Sikoa, after the match’s conclusion. Reigns and Sikoa delivered a devastating double attack, employing the Spear/Samoan Spike combo to lay waste to poor Jey Uso!
Asuka, Belair, and Flair have one stop before SummerSlam
With the 2023 summer event drawing near, the WWE Women’s Champion Asuka finds herself confronted with her most formidable challenge yet. She must put her title on the line in a thrilling Triple Threat Match against the fierce competitors, Bianca Belair and Charlotte Flair. Over the past month, these three phenomenal Superstars have engaged in bitter rivalries, constantly meddling in each other’s matches.
As the final night approaches before The Biggest Party of the Summer, all three contenders are fervently gearing up for the monumental clash that awaits them.
On tap for tonight’s show is Sheamus vs. LA Knight, Asuka, Bianca Belair and Charlotte Flair have final stop before triple-threat showdown at SummerSlam, and Jey Uso will stand up one final time before “Tribal Combat” with Roman Reigns this weekend.