5/1 Friday Night SmackDown Preview: Otis And Ziggler Renew Rivalry, New Day Remembers Forgotten Sons
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Here are WWE.com’s official Quick Hits preview points for tonight’s SmackDown:
- Otis and Dolph Ziggler to battle in Money in the Bank Qualifying Match
- Mandy Rose to meet Carmella in Money in the Bank Qualifying Match
- Daniel Bryan looks to get payback for Drew Gulak’s loss to King Corbin
- The New Day welcome The Forgotten Sons to the ring for non-title clash
You can find WWE’s full preview HERE. We have included some excerpts below:
Otis and Dolph Ziggler to battle in Money in the Bank Qualifying Match
Otis doesn’t need any extra reasons to want to punish Dolph Ziggler, but he’s not about to turn one down either. The Blue Collar Solid Superstar will square off with The Showoff in Money in the Bank qualifying action.
— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) May 1, 2020
Sonya Deville and Ziggler’s devious plan to derail Otis’ romantic dreams with Mandy Rose has come to light in recent weeks due to the involvement of an ominous figure.
Will the Otis and Ziggler rivalry reach a whole new level with the elevated Money in the Bank stakes?
Daniel Bryan looks to get payback for Drew Gulak’s loss to King Corbin
Daniel Bryan has built his career off perseverance, and King Corbin’s recent actions have made the royal combatant the latest hill to climb.
Bryan punched his ticket into this year’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match with a hard-fought win over Cesaro. Then, King Corbin paved his own path by defeating Drew Gulak with the timely intervention of Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro helping clinch the victory. Corbin would go on to deliver a ruthless scepter blow to the defeated Gulak to add an evil exclamation point.
Can Bryan shift the power after his training partner’s defeat, or will Corbin continue to strengthen himself ahead of WWE Money In The Bank.
The New Day welcome The Forgotten Sons to the ring for non-title clash
The eighth reign as Tag Team Champions put a whole new target on The New Day’s backs, and The Forgotten Sons are the latest to come calling for a challenge.
As Kofi Kingston and Big E set out to celebrate their newly claimed titles, The Miz & John Morrison, Lucha House Party and The Forgotten Sons all emerged looking to send a message to the champions. When the dust settled, Steve Cutler, Jaxson Ryker & Wesley Blake were left standing. Now the warrior trio gets their wish in a non-title showdown with The New Day.
— Jaxson Ryker (@JaxsonRykerWWE) May 1, 2020
Are The Forgotten Sons ready to step up as the greatest threat to The New Day’s dominance?