Titles are on the line, Shane McMahon wants to hear Superstars’ grievances and more on the July 16 edition of WWE SmackDown Live. This week’s edition of SmackDown Live didn’t lack for intrigue. Between Daniel Bryan’s “career altering” announcement, Shane McMahon’s town hall providing Superstars the opportunity to air grievances and the IIconics defending their WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship against the Kabuki Warriors, it was a packed two hours. Here’s everything that went down on SmackDown for July 16. The Airing of the Grievances After our requisite look-back on Kevin Owens’ comments (and attack) on Shane McMahon, we are taken to an “earlier today” featuring McMahon welcoming Owens with a quartet of security guards and informing him of tonight’s town hall. McMahon, however, has given Owens the night off, forbidding him from the building and thus from participating in said town hall. This leads us directly into McMahon’s all-roster meeting. At last, the star of SmackDown Liv… @YaOnlyLivvOnce! pic.twitter.com/1zJdtzlBSg — TDE Wrestling (@tde_wrestling) July 17, 2019 McMahon wants only “respectful” comments from the SmackDown Superstars. The first to take the microphone is Roman Reigns, who says that “nobody in this room respects” McMahon and that he’s not interested in diplomacy. McMahon says… Read full this story
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