History is in play on “WWE SmackDown” tonight at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Usos renew their longstanding rivalry with The New Day in a High-stakes match for the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship. If defending champions Jimmy and Jey can emerge victorious, they will officially become the longest serving WWE Tag Team Champions in history, breaking the current record held by none other than The New Day. The last time these two teams met was January 7 on “SmackDown”, where Jimmy and Jey recorded a Street Fight victory to retain the “SmackDown” Tag Team Championship.
We’ll find out who will be the next challenger for “SmackDown” Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey tonight, as Liv Morgan, Sonya Deville, Shotzi, Raquel Rodriguez, Xia Li and Lacey Evans face off in a Six-Pack Challenge. Rousey became “SmackDown” Women’s Champion again at Extreme Rules beating Morgan, and most recently defended gold in an open challenge against a returning emma on the October 28 episode of “SmackDown”.
Finally, with the 2022 FIFA World Cup set to begin in Qatar on November 20, WWE will hold his own version of the World Cup tournament only for the second time — the first was in Crown Jewel in 2018. The stakes are high this time around, with the winner receiving a shot at the Intercontinental Championship, currently held by GUNTHER. The WWE World Cup opener will see Shinsuke Nakamura take on Santos Escobar tonight; the winner moves on to the next round.