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WWE SmackDown: Live stream, start time, TV info, and more

The fallout from the pay-per-view event WWE Money in the Bank continues to play out on tonight’s all-new episode of WWE SmackDown.

Things have certainly gone into overdrive when it comes to the feud between Seth Rollins and the remaining members of the Shield.

Money in the Bank did nothing to settle the rivalry between these two sides. In fact, if it did anything, it only made things worse.

Also, in a shocking turn of events on this week’s WWE Monday Night Raw, WWE Diva A.J. Lee made her return to the company, and boy did she leave her mark on the Divas division.

Things are only just getting started, and it all kicks off tonight at 8:00 on SyFy.

So get ready to kick back, relax, and get ready for dropkicks and body slams on tonight’s all-new episode of WWE SmackDown.

The expected card for tonight’s show is as follows:

Cesaro vs. Big E.

Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio

A.J. Lee vs. Eva Marie

Randy Orton vs. Dean Ambrose

Here is all the information you’ll need to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action on tonight’s all-new episode of WWE SmackDown.

Date: Friday, July 4th
Start Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Newark, NJ
Venue: Prudential Center
TV Info: SyFy Channel
Live Stream: You can watch the latest episodes of WWE SmackDown on Hulu Plus. Also, you can now watch select episodes of WWE SmackDown on the WWE Network.

Do you want to watch all your favorite WWE Superstars on the go? Hulu Plus has an app that you can download for your smartphone, tablet, or other mobile devices in the Google Play Store and your iPad/iPhone in the iTunes App Store.

However, if you want exclusive clips and content you can’t find anywhere else, or use of the WWE Network, you can download the WWE App in both the Google Play Store, and the iTunes App Store.

Both Hulu and WWE Network are subscription based services. In order to watch your favorite TV Shows on Hulu or to use the WWE Network functionality in the WWE App, you must be a paid subscriber of the individual service you wish to use.

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