At the end of the show, it seemed to me that despite the change of name in this episode SmackDown Live, all this was felt as one great epilogue.
The show was opened on a new day of celebration under the amazing giant balloon. where they basically said that any good guy / head says when they win. The split moment in Big E was organic and really funny, and Xav was trying to describe how much he liked Kofi's victory. Kofi also had his own family ring, and that was another great moment.
But here's the thing about the epilogue; it usually ends with "but the story moves" grade of the moment, and we got that as well. The bar went out to be mute ̵
In addition to this? Not much has happened. The match was quite normal, but we are all at the end so many struggle last weekend. So … so! It was good. But it's good in "cool, I'm going to put the book down" some kind of way.
Hardy Boyz is the SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions
Here is one information point of this SmackDown Live: Hardy Boyz got a single match from Usos and fled a penitential with some gold.
This was a worthy match, but I am more interested in what it means to move forward than anything else. Does this mean that Usos is headed by Raw? Such a subset of tags is hungry for the tag team's talent, so I would be extremely pleased with this move. As far as Hardis is concerned, perhaps it opens them to show off some of the WWE's exterior creativity that was missing. SmackDown has some good characters right now to compare them, but it can all change with Shakeup next week.
I'll say it – Matt Hardy looked much healthier for me in this recent return. Sooooo … let's see where they are going with it.
Oh, and Lars Sullivan beat them. Brooklyn chanted "You can not fight", but it is stupid. Everyone knows this 5-star Lars, Brooklyn!
One of the six-match matches
Alistair Black, Ricochet and Ali fought with the Rusev team, Shinsuke Nakamura and Andrade on this show. Yes, this is an absurd amount of talent. And so, the match swung around.
This is perhaps the best way to promote these changes in the registry. – Hello! Look at the six boys who could fight for the titles – they could move on a card in a week! "
One way or another, the ridicule where the children joined Black in cross-legs, was really healthy. I also enjoyed the finish. Rocoshut struck a barricade from a barricade on the Russe before Nakamura caught him from the horseback to the back of his head. Black then got Nakamura with Black Mass when he tried to climb back in the ring, and then Ali sealed an agreement with the 450 Splash to Andrade.
That's where the idea of an epilogue comes back. As Ali celebrated, Randy Orton seemed to hit him with the RKO. He wandered: "I do not see!" And covering his eyes, obviously expressing his anger at what happened during his WrestleMania match. Then came Kevin Owens, who struck Ruseva Stunner
. Simply characters are, well, symbols.
The show continues, after all.
Samoa Joe talks, gets Brown Strouman – It was a fun crossover and mini fight, but did you notice that Strowman got some boos when stacked with Joe? Say it to me: Reservation Questions . Brooklyn bells – I'm not so sure that the Icons are blowing up idiots and trying to convince us that they are the best warriors of all time, winning the workers. In fact, I'm so upset that I am somewhat disappointed with the fact that Page, perhaps, will stop next week with some debuting tag team. I already imagined a scenario when Ikonikony fought an invincible Martian maniac.
I wonder who can be this team?
Shane McMahon – Worst Musician Conductor Ever – It's All.
Becky Reroun – She had a promo, where she basically said that she said on Raw. And then Lacy Evans hit her. You know how she did on Raw.
This was a show for me. This, of course, was not bad, it just did not matter, did you know what I mean.  This was for those who did not want a dessert, but then they already handed you a plate, so what are you going to do, refuse to dessert?
Your turn, Cageside. Who do you want to see changes in Shakeup brands?