6 Ups & 4 Downs From WWE SmackDown (21 Feb)

Spear, Jackhammer...lose?


Unlike two weeks ago when he appeared via satellite, big Bill Goldberg was actually in person for Friday's episode of SmackDown, and he came to send a message to Bray Wyatt before Super ShowDown. Some might be relieved to hear that Wyatt's 'Fiend' wasn't the only one the former WCW star sent a personal message to.

Telegraph booking, anyone?

This is a vital time for Bray. He badly needs to look good before WrestleMania 36; both his character and probably Roman Reigns (it's happening, let's be real about it) need to be handled with care heading into Tampa. What happened on SmackDown might be a sign that WWE know this, and that they're willing to play ball with the idea that 'Fiend' vs. Roman is their top program.

This was an ever-so-slightly better show than last week's Valentine's Day special. There was way more actual wrestling for a start (three lengthy matches and a squash as opposed to two mid-length matches and a squash), and two of the promo segments rescued some otherwise horrible dialogue. When these skits felt throwaway, they were seriously bad...

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