The cast of SmackDown Live tonight will perform at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Ontario, the same scenario where Monday Night Raw took place .
As we mentioned yesterday, the Air Canada Center, which opened in February 1999, hosted the following WWE PPVs:
SummerSlam 2004 (Chris Benoit vs. Randy Orton).
Unforgiven 2006 (Edge vs. John Cena).
Survivor Series 2016 (Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar).
3 September 2001.
13 May 2002.
24 February 2003.
17 January 2005.
28 May 2007.
5 May 2008 .
December 22, 2008 .
September 14, 2009 .
May 7, 2010 .
September 9, 2013 .
November 21, 2016 .
And of the following episodes of SmackDown:
September 4, 2001.
October 17, 2002.
July 10, 2003.
June 3, 2004.
August 18, 2005.
December 26, 2008 ( recorded on the 22nd with Raw ).
September 16, 2011 .
PREVIOUSLY on SMACKDOWN LIVE:
John Cena and Shinsuke Nakamura faced off to determine Jinder Maha’s challenger at SummerSlam, the summer’s biggest event. The struggles presented were:
1- UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: AJ Styles beat Kevin Owens.
2- Aiden English beat Sami Zayn.
3- Becky Lynch and Naomi beat Natalya and Carmella.
Rusev defeated Chad Gable.
5 – Shinsuke Nakamura beat John Cena.
WWE World Champion Jinder Mahal and Randy Orton will face off tonight in an untitled bout at stake. The two titans had not fought since Battleground, when Great Khali reappeared to help Mahal . Will the giant make a new appearance tonight?
Last week’s bout for the US Championship ended in controversy when the referee recounted even though Kevin Owens clearly lifted his canvas shoulder before the count of three due to the blow in the eyes that received moments before. Daniel Bryan named Shane McMahon as Special Referee for both of them at SummerSlam. McMahon will establish tonight the rules of the game for that combatre.
Do not miss the best SmackDown Live coverage tonight, at 7:00 pm, downtown , through SUPER STRUGGLES.