WWE SmackDown: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For WWE Show At The Little Caesars Arena
WWE SmackDown superstars will return to action for the final time in 2019 on Friday, and here's how to watch the action LIVE.
The wrestling promotion is already building up to the highly anticipated Royal Rumble event next month, which will be held at the Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas.
And WWE has already confirmed one match for SmackDown that will determine the No 1 contender for 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt's Universal Championship.
Here's how to watch all of the action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Saturday.
Where will the latest episode of SmackDown be held?
SmackDown is heading to the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.
What channel is it on?
Sky will show SmackDown LIVE on Sky Sports Mix in the early hours of Saturday.
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.
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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.
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 SmackDown will feature a triple threat match between Daniel Bryan, The Miz and King Corbin.
And the winner will be heading to the Royal Rumble for a showdown with universal champ 'The Fiend.'
WWE posted on its website: "All three superstars have a unique reason to challenge the monstrous titleholder.
"For Bryan, a potential showdown would be about retribution after he was dragged to the depths of hell by 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt several weeks ago.
"For Miz, losing at WWE TLC left 'The A-Lister' with an unresolved thirst to get even after his family was targeted by Wyatt.
"For King Corbin, it's a simple case of what he feels he deserves after he defeated Roman Reigns in a TLC match at the final pay-per-view of 2019."
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