WWE SmackDown: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For WWE Show At The Ford Center
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The Miz and John Morrison are both scheduled to make an appearance on the latest episode of WWE SmackDown on Friday, and here's how to watch the action LIVE.
WWE announced ahead of the show that Miz TV would return as fans "surely [want] answers from The Miz and John Morrison" after last week's SmackDown.
The Miz, who was defeated by Bray Wyatt at last month's TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs PPV, lost his cool and launched a surprise attack on Kofi Kingston after their match.
Meanwhile, Morrison emerged from The Miz's locker room and completely brushed aside Cathy Kelley's attempt to speak with the 'A-Lister.'
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 Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana.
What channel is it on?
BT Sport will show SmackDown LIVE on BT Sport 1 in the early hours of Saturday.
BT Sport subscribers can stream the show online through the BT Sport app.
WWE fans can download the app for FREE on multiple devices, including Apple TV, Xbox, PlayStation and Samsung Smart TV.
And BT Sport's app will also work on mobile devices and tablets, which includes iOS, Android and Windows 10.
Sky lost the rights to broadcast Raw and SmackDown in 2020 after BT Sport signed a multi-year exclusive agreement with WWE last 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?
Aside from Miz TV, WWE has announced that The Usos will return to in-ring action against King Corbin and Dolph Ziggler.
WWE posted on its website: "The Usos' first appearance in months last week could not have come at a better time for cousin Roman Reigns, who was about to be disrespected once again with Corbin and Ziggler angling to pour dog food on him for a second time.
"The 'King' and the 'Showoff' figure to be aiming for revenge after the Usos thwarted their plan, though the 'Big Dog' likely won't be too far behind."