In the following news, you will find small spoilers of the Friday Night Smackdown episode aired last night on the American television screens of FOX, so if you have not yet seen the episode and if you do not want to have rumors and spoilers on the news of the storyline of the Universal champion of the company of Stamford, we advise you not to continue reading.
During this night's episode of the WWE blue show, Big E made a surprise appearance on his now-former roster. Smackdown, in fact, is no longer his membership roster since last Monday, when Big E cashed his Money in the Bank briefcase on Bobby Lashley, after the All Mighty had a pretty tough match against Randy Orton, with the New Day member who managed to beat the champion, becoming a WWE Champion for the first time in his career.
After the victory, WWE decided not to move the WWE champion title to Smackdown, but to have Big E make the reverse journey, thus transferring him to the roster of his two New Day teammates. Roman Reigns is the company's top heel and hasn't been dethroned as the Universal Champion for more than a year.
Finn Balor is one of the best babyface wrestlers currently in WWE, who may be an ideal person to dethrone The Head of the Table. At Extreme Rules, Finn Balor will use his 'Demon' alter-ego for the first time after 27 months, with the Demon's last appearance being in June 2019.
It's certainly a new era for WWE Raw with Big E as the face of the flagship brand. Because the company has been facing stiff competition from the NFL and also AEW, this is a show to watch out for.
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After appearing in Smackdown by surprise tonight, Big E also received a big blow from the Universal champion, still feuding with him and his cousins, with this segment that led WWE to put up a five-star match.
for the next episode of Monday Night Raw, or a Six Men tag team match between, on the one hand, the complete New Day, with Big E, Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston and on the other the trio composed by the Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Smackdown's duo champions, the Usos.
To combat the drop in ratings due to the concomitance with the important American football games, which in recent weeks have greatly affected WWE and its Raw, the management has thus decided to set up this great match, with some of the most in momentum, also setting up a future storyline, which could lead Big E and Roman Reigns to challenge each other in that of the Survivor Series, in a Champion vs Champion match, as happened last year between Reigns and McIntyre.