We're just a few short days away from Survivor Series and Raw and SmackDown are set to battle it out for brand supremacy. Why are they battling for supremacy you may ask? Good question. Why is it so important for each brand to try and reign supreme? Why do they hate each other so much? More good questions. To be honest, we're not quite sure. Bragging rights, I suppose?
With two final shows before the big event in Toronto, we were treated to some pretty fun stuff this week. Although Raw provided us with more of the usual, it was SmackDown you definitely should've watched. With it being the 900th episode and all, how could it not deliver? Here are the five best moments this week. And the five worst.
To close out Raw, the five men from Team SmackDown paid a very special visit on Monday to tell each other how much they hate each other. Though there's some issues in logic in which we'll discuss in our next point on this list, WWE did a pretty good job hyping us up for this Sunday when all 10 men eventually started trading fists. And tackles. And Superman punches. Pretty much, a lot of carnage occurred.
The Usos and American Alpha don't get along. Like at all. In fact, they hate each other so much, The Usos took out Chad Gable and put him on the shelf for over a month! Unforgivable, right? But on SmackDown this week, what happened? American Alpha's Chad Gable and Jason Jordan worked side by side with The Usos, displaying zero animosity because why? Because of a "common enemy" in Raw.
WHOA! Did anyone else see this coming? I sure didn't.
Only a month ago, Dolph Ziggler was finally able to defeat The Miz for his Intercontinental Championship at No Mercy in what was in my opinion one of the best matches of the year. So when it was announced that Miz would get his rematch this week on SmackDown, we all kind of assumed he'd lose in the end. But oh, that did not happen!
This isn't technically a moment on the show, but more of an observation.
As it was the 900th episode of SmackDown, it was only fitting that one of the brand's top stars in history - The Undertaker - pay a very special visit. During the closing segment of the night, Edge (another amazing returnee) had all five members of Team SmackDown in the ring to hype them up for their match this Sunday. And that is when The Undertaker decided to make his grand entrance, informing the SmackDown roster that if they don't win in their fight against Raw at Survivor Series, they will feel his wrath.
Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait. Does this mean The Undertaker might be back? Like for good? #fingerscrossed
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