— WWE Chairman Vince McMahon’s Twitter account recently shared a post to thank the WWE Universe and the Barclays Center for another successful SummerSlam Week in Brooklyn, which you can see here:
— Vince McMahon (@VinceMcMahon) August 23, 2017
— The WWE Network will be airing classic programming as part of the “Flashback Friday” series this Friday. This week’s edition will look at on SmackDown turning 18. Here is the content that will be airing:
3pm EST, SmackDown 12/2/1999: Six-man main event featuring the Hardy Boyz and Big Show vs. D-Generation X. Mick Foley vs. Chris Jericho. A message from Stephanie McMahon.
4:30pm EST, SmackDown 7/12/2001: As WWE continues to battle the alliance going into Invasion, Mr. McMahon asks Stone Cold Steve Austin to change his leadership strategy.
6pm EST, SmackDown 7/15/2004: Eddie Guerrero battles John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield for the WWE Championship inside a steel cage. John Cena looks to regain his U.S. Title.
7:30pm EST, SmackDown 4/21/2005: WWE Champion John Cena faces United States Champion Orlando Jordan in the main event. JBL and Kurt Angle take matters into their own hands. (NEW)
9pm EST, SmackDown 10/12/2007: Rey Mysterio and Finlay battle for a shot at the World Heavyweight Title. The Brothers of Destruction take on Matt Hardy and MVP. (NEW)
10:30pm EST, SmackDown 6/14/2013: Dolph Ziggler and cohort Big E Langston face Alberto Del Rio and Chris Jericho. Team Hell No and The Viper Randy Orton face The Shield. (NEW)