WWE SmackDown Live 3/13/20

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# 8PM ET – WWE Smackdown Live 3/13/20 Live.
# 7 Parts HD Every 15 Min During Live.
# Fullshow | 3 Parts, 10Min After Live Over.

# Friday Night SmackDown preview, March 13, 2020: Jeff Hardy set to return on Friday Night SmackDown

* Friday Night SmackDown proceeds with no live audience from Orlando. The returns of Jeff Hardy, John Cena and Paige highlight the action on FOX at 8/7 C.


* Jeff Hardy set to return on Friday Night SmackDown
* Paige vows to confront Bayley on SmackDown
* John Cena returns to SmackDown on The Road to WrestleMania
* More unannounced cards.


# Jeff Hardy set to return on Friday Night SmackDown

* After being away from the squared circle for nearly a year, Jeff Hardy is set to return on Friday Night SmackDown.
The Charismatic Enigma has built a career of taking risks and dreaming big. What will the former WWE Champion have in store for a grand blue brand return?
Catch the reemergence of Jeff Hardy on SmackDown at 8/7 C


# Paige vows to confront Bayley on SmackDown

* Bayley has shared plenty of opinions as the self-proclaimed model for the Women’s Division. After Lacey Evans & Naomi’s recent resistance fell unsuccessful, Paige will now step up to try and set the SmackDown Women’s Champion straight.
The current WWE Backstage star’s last attempt at exerting her influence ended with The Kabuki Warriors severing ties with their manager with the message delivered via a green mist attack.
Will the former Women’s Champion have more success bringing her influence to SmackDown, or will the brash Bayley simply scoff at Paige’s advice?
Tune in to SmackDown at 8/7 C


# John Cena returns to SmackDown on The Road to WrestleMania

* John Cena was ready to step out of the spotlight for the next generation of WWE Superstars, and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt was more than happy to pull him into the darkness.
The two are now set for an epic showdown at The Showcase of the Immortals, and the iconic Cena will be in the building for Friday Night SmackDown.
Last week, Wyatt had his own message for Cena from the Firefly Fun House and showed off some interesting interior decorating as well.
What will the 16-time World Champion have to say in response to his WrestleMania opponent?




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  • Hey admin SmackDown last weeks is 3GB but today is 3.8GB what happened

    • Admin 2 months ago

      different encoders use different setting for recording. you can also take shd its 2.2gb.

  • WWE Audience 2 months ago

    I would like to admit that 2020.3.13 edition of SmackDown Live was unique overall, especially without any audiences. It was a special moment to see Triple H join commentary with Michael Cole. Because WWE officially canceled Detroit, Michigan (originally supposed to host SDL this past Friday) due to growing pandemic, it spoiled several rosters’ television appearance, including Paige. Michael Cole mentioned that she had a traveling issue to go to WWE Performance Center, but I sense there must be some personal circumstance preventing her from making the scheduled return. Well, the first match, Bayley & Sasha Banks vs Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross, was alright from what I watched. Asuka’s interference was the only flaw or hole to keep the contest more distant from a masterful showdown.

    * Later on an exclusive interview, Bayley & Sasha Banks considered their victory a foregone conclusion. lol

    Michael Cole’s public interview with Roman Reigns in the non-crowd-involving atmosphere was quite fresh. Aside from spear against spear matchup at Wrestlemania 36 for the universal championship, it was noticeable to bring out part-timer versus full-timer from Reigns’ comment. Right there, title change may happen possibly although I wouldn’t like to make a foregone conclusion yet.

    As I watched SDL replay, I saw that the purpose of displaying men’s SDL tag team championship at Elimination Chamber was to give John Morrison & Miz plenty of time to prepare and set the Miz TV segment and boost up their pride behind the successful title defense on past Sunday. I just found nothing strange about the scene while a large number of other viewers in the chatroom called it unnecessary. Since I have found out detailed logic set by WWE, everything has just made sense.

    Daniel Bryan allied with Drew Gulak after a hard-fought competition at EC. It was also impressive to watch him face off Cesaro for a one-on-one match. As trying to overcome the odds, such as Sami Zayn (who joined special commentary) and Shinsuke Nakamura (wandering outside the ring), stacked against him, Bryan earned a sweet victory with a sudden rollup. Gulak made the transition from heel to face by putting his utmost effort to save DB from the 3 heels’ gang-up. I’m curious about what may await in their future course of SDL.

    * Later, Cesaro had an exclusive interview with Kayla Braxton and let her know that he considers the latest SmackDown a positive experience. During the interview, the two had fun with pleasure.

    Fortunately, Jeff Hardy’s return ended up successfully as he defeated Baron Corbin who got distracted by Elias on special commentary. The charismatic enigma still has some life to carry on energy and vibe in his WWE career and hopefully, he can hold at least one more title reign (either universal title or WWE title) before his retirement. I can see Corbin vs Elias feud coming at WM 36.

    * Jeff Hardy also took an exclusive interview with Kayla Braxton. Yes, he did celebrate his return victory and revealed his new back tattoo in a closer look (I caught the ink on his back during his match against Corbin when he delivered finishing move, Swanton Bomb from a more distant perspective). Both Braxton and Hardy truly enjoyed the interview time in a friendly manner.

    Finally, it was the right time to explore the confrontation between Bray Wyatt and John Cena in depth within an empty seat arena. I didn’t really know Cena actually considered Wyatt as one of the laziest competitors whom he competed against in the past. So as long as I understand their candid talks (which were nice to see such an honest state of their mind), BrWy wants to demonstrate that JC’s judgment will go wrong at WM 36 when the heel won over the face. Then, the SDL ended quietly after Bray’s “Fiend” gimmick screen.

    To sum up all, at first, it was odd, strange, and weird to see the live show with zero audiences. But at the same time, it was interesting to see the unique weekly event contribute to bringing up creativity for entertainment. I’m not sure how WWE will accommodate and coordinate the next schedules accordingly depending on the pandemic circumstances. However, if there may be another time to watch any of the brands with an empty arena, I would look forward to finding creative entertainment in a different style. Sure, if necessary, I can also leave a short review next time.

  • Hi, can you please add some previous WM shows? WM 28 , WM 26 ,etc… Thanks.