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WWE SmackDown: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For WWE Show At The Chase Center

WWE SmackDown: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For WWE Show At The Chase Center

WWE SmackDown will be held at the Chase Center in San Francisco on Tuesday, and here's how to watch the action LIVE.

Fans were shocked last week as ex-UFC star Brock Lesnar made an appearance on SmackDown and challenged Kofi Kingston to a match for the WWE championship.

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And the WWE champ will talk about his confrontation with the 'Beast' on the latest episode of SmackDown.

Here's how to watch all of the action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Wednesday.

What channel is it on?

Sky will show SmackDown LIVE on Sky Sports Arena in the early hours of Wednesday.

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Sky subscribers can stream the show online through Sky Go and non-Sky owners can pick up a NOW TV pass to access SmackDown LIVE.

Sky Go is available on PC, mobile and tablets and Sky Go Extra will offer access for Xbox and PlayStation owners.

Sky will lose the rights to broadcast Raw and SmackDown from January 2020 after BT Sport signed a multi-year exclusive agreement with WWE in June.

Credit: WWE
Credit: WWE

What time does it start?

WWE fans can watch the latest episode of SmackDown from 1am local time.

What can I expect on SmackDown?

WWE has confirmed that Kingston will have a special sit-down interview about his clash with Lesnar.

Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon's ongoing feud continues as they attempt to settle a lawsuit that 'KO' handed to 'Shane-O-Mac' on SmackDown last week.

Charlotte Flair will partner with Carmella for a match against Bayley and Sasha Banks.

And Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan are scheduled to 'clear the air' as they will meet in a face-to-face exchange in their ongoing storyline.

Featured Image Credit: WWE

Topics: Smackdown, Sky Sports, Sky, WWE News, WWE

Adnan Riaz

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