“WWE SmackDown’s Most Shocking Moments: New Superstar Dominates, Chaos Reigns at WrestleMania 40!”

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With only two SmackDowns to go prior to WrestleMania 40, WWE went into hyperdrive for tonight’s episode on The Blue Brand. This resulted in a packed SmackDown with significant WrestleMania 40 implications, and at the end of the show, two additional matches were made to the show as well as one of Title matches announced its last lineup. The event also marked one of the first debut SmackDown premiere for Jade Cargill who signed with the company in the last week and she didn’t waste any time in making a splash in The Women’s Division. Add in Logan Paul, The Bloodline and the reveals for The LWO and you’ve got quite a good evening of wrestling. Below are the top and most disappointing moments from the show tonight. WWE SmackDown.

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Best Moments

Jade Cargill is a Star If you’re in doubt about Cargill’s star power check out the fact that she made her SmackDown debut. Cargill’s first promo was great however, it also created the stage for her big moment at end of the show. The crowd was screaming for Jade at the right time and the crowd went wild when she finally arrived to assist Belair along with Naomi. Cargill appeared to be every bit the beast she’s promised in addition, Damage CTRL sold expertly to make every move look awe-inspiring. When Cargill was seated next to Naomi and Belair She was absolutely a part of the group and the hype will only increase with her upcoming appearance at WrestleMania.

 

Factions Gain momentum Although some factions were forced to take Ls Two other factions gained momentum due to the event. The LWO seemed to be back in the spotlight due to Rey leading the battle in the fight against Legado Del Fantasma, Dominik Mysterio and others, and the addition of Dragon Lee to the group helps both parties gain new energy. The final Tesatment also saw some much-needed action after not just losing Street Profits Street Profits their Title shot but also hammering down Bobby Lashley twice. It was an important display of strength that was needed by the group after feeling that they were not an actual threat since their first appearance and also gave the needed direction and direction for Lashley as well as the Profits going forward.

Enhancements in WrestleMania 40 The matches that were added on the WrestleMania 40 card felt as solid additions as well as the cards are packed with a variety of styles and talent. The tag match between Rey and Lee against Santos and Dominik is sure to be a blast as a stand-alone event, but it also connects to Judgment Day’s overall story that leads towards WrestleMania. The 6-Woman tag match is one of the most anticipated matches of the card due for the talented players involved notably Cargill and the final roster to be used for Tag Team Titles Tag Team Titles match offers many intriguing possibilities which could lead to unexpected sets of Champions.

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Worst Moments

Missing Bloodline: A major oversight is the absence of Bloodline-related stories during the show tonight. Since it was the second SmackDown prior to the main show, it’s a bit amazing that there was only the one Paul Heyman promo pushing the largest storyline of WrestleMania ahead. The video was good and all, but after following the huge event of Rock and Cody’s match at Raw this week, with the tiniest promos from Heyman in the backstage area it’s not exactly awe inspiring.

WrestleMania 40 Updated Card

  • Tag Team Match: The Rock and Roman Reigns vs Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins (Winner either bans Bloodline or Adds Bloodline Rules Stipulation to Undisputed Title Match)
  • Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns (C) vs. Cody Rhodes
  • WWE Women’s Championship Match: IYO SKY (C) vs. Bayley
  • Women’s World Championship Match: Rhea Ripley (C) vs. Becky Lynch
  • World Heavyweight Championship Match: Seth “Freakin” Rollins (C) vs. Drew McIntyre
  • Intercontinental Championship Match: Gunther (C) vs. Sami Zayn
  • 6-Pack Tag Team Championship Ladder Match: Judgement Day (Damian Priest & Finn Balor) (C) vs. New Day (Xavier Woods & Kofi Kingston) vs. DIY vs. A Town Down Under vs. The Miz & R-Truth vs. New Catch Republic

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