WWE’s blue brand returns to the empty arena inside the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, as the second-to-last episode of Friday Night SmackDown leading up to WrestleMania 36 goes down tonight.
WWE.com released the following preview for tonight’s show:
WWE Friday Night SmackDown preview, March 27, 2020: Bray Wyatt opens the door to the Firefly Fun House
Bray Wyatt welcomes us back in to the Firefly Fun House, The New Day and The Usos battle for the WrestleMania spotlight, Drew Gulak steps up for Daniel Bryan against Shinsuke Nakamura and Alexa Bliss invites Asuka to settle her score. Catch it all on Friday Night SmackDown at 8/7 C on FOX.
Bray Wyatt opens the door to The Firefly Fun House
Bray Wyatt made perfectly clear that his WrestleMania clash with John Cena is an incredibly personal endeavor. And when it gets personal for Wyatt, the mind games begin.
Now Wyatt returns to the comforts of The Firefly Fun House to pass along his latest message to the 16-time World Champion. What will the twisted Superstar have in store for Cena this time?
Tune in tonight to SmackDown at 8/7 C for the latest edition of “The Firefly Fun House.”
Alexa Bliss and Asuka look to settle the score tonight
After weeks of callouts and blindside attacks, Alexa Bliss and Asuka will tussle tonight on FOX.
The Goddess called out The Empress of Tomorrow on the March 20 edition on Friday Night SmackDown, saying she and Nikki Cross had grown tired of Asuka popping up out of nowhere and now was simply inviting her to come right through the front door.
Asuka has accepted, and the stage is set for two of WWE’s most decorated Superstars to clash tonight. Will Bliss get retribution against Asuka, or will The Empress silence Bliss? And will their respective partners factor into the outcome? Find out tonight at 8/7 C on FOX!
The New Day & The Usos put WrestleMania fate on the line
The New Day & The Usos have been the class of SmackDown’s tag team division for a long time, and both are looking to climb back to the top.
The two decorated tandems will go head-to-head tonight on SmackDown with a WrestleMania title opportunity on the line. After a heated WWE Elimination Chamber battle, both teams have had their sights set on stripping The Miz & John Morrison of the championships.
The Power of Positivity goes to battle with Friday Night Lockdown. Who will go on to challenge for the titles? Who? Who? Whooooo?
Tune in to tonight’s SmackDown at 8/7 C on FOX to find out who will head to The Show of Shows.
Drew Gulak collides with Shinsuke Nakamura in a match with major WrestleMania implications
Daniel Bryan’s WrestleMania destiny is now in the hands of Drew Gulak.
Bryan is eyeing an Intercontinental Title opportunity against Sami Zayn at WrestleMania, but The Great Liberator is evading at every turn. Zayn backed Bryan into a corner by proposing that if The “Yes!” Man is so confident in his new partner of sorts, then Bryan should put his fate in Gulak’s hands. Hence, Gulak will take on Shinsuke Nakamura tonight on the blue brand, and if Gulak is victorious, Bryan will challenge Zayn for the Intercontinental Championship at The Show of Shows.
Will Gulak come through in the clutch? Or will Zayn craft yet another brilliant scheme? Find out by tuning in to tonight’s SmackDown at 8/7 C on FOX!