December 6, 2020 | News | No Comments
As recently as this weekend, there have been some RAW stars appearing on the SmackDown Live house shows and vice-versa, however starting this Monday night there will be a little more separation and individuality between WWE’s two brands.
For the first time since the latest WWE brand extension, SmackDown Live will be presenting a non-televised live event directly opposite RAW on Monday night, as the blue brand will be running a house show in Texarkana, Arkansas at the Four States Entertainment Center while RAW is live at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.
As reported recently, John Cena won’t be working a full-time live event schedule. He is, however, scheduled to appear at many of the upcoming non-televised blue brand shows opposite RAW on Monday nights, including this coming Monday’s show.
Also scheduled to appear at the SmackDown Live show this Monday night are Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, AJ Styles and Bray Wyatt. With all of the top talent booked for the SmackDown Live house show, RAW will no longer feature post-show inter-brand dark matches for the live crowd after the television broadcast, which had been a trend in recent weeks.
The new regular schedules for SmackDown Live house shows features the blue brand running Saturday, Sunday, Monday and their live TV on Tuesday nights. For the red brand, WWE has RAW shows on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and the live TV broadcast on Monday nights. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns will appear in a dark match after this Tuesday’s SmackDown Live show, but after that, will only be working the RAW shows.
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