WWE SmackDown! Live, April 24 preview: Watch online

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Here is the info you need to watch this week’s WWE “SmackDown! Live” via an online stream.

Less than 72 hours before WWE heads to Saudia Arabia for a monumental event, WWE SmackDown! Live springs into action with a huge confrontation. And you can catch it all live on the USA Network.

For the last few years, there’s been a well-known tension between The Miz and now FORMER general manager Daniel Bryan. It dates all the way back to WWE Tough Enough, when The Miz was the mentor and coach to Bryan. Over the years since then, the two have occasionally thrown shots at each other. And it’s gotten worse since Bryan has been unable to compete.

The “A-Lister” would repeatedly mock Bryan and the fact WWE wouldn’t medically clear him to compete. Bryan would always be quick to respond that his contract was coming up and how easy it would be to catch Miz somewhere out of WWE. But things have obviously changed in recent weeks.

Now we know Bryan is medically cleared, and this Tuesday night, he will go face-to-face with The Miz on SmackDown! Live. What will happen when the leader of the “Yes!” Movement meets the “Most Must-See WWE Superstar in History?” Things are bound to be explosive for sure.

Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Venue: KFC Yum Center
TV Info: USA Network
Live Stream: USA Live

Also, we are now a week removed from the WWE Superstar Shake-up. And quite a few faces switched over from the Raw brand. One of those faces is Asuka, who suffered her first defeat at WrestleMania 34 to Charlotte Flair. Asuka will be in tag team action, as she teams with Becky Lynch to take on Peyton Royce and Billie Kay of The IIconics. Will Asuka get back to her winning ways, or will The IIconics prove that they are indeed …. ready for Asuka?

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This will also be one of the remaining stops before WWE Backlash, which will be the first official dual-branded pay per view on the WWE Network. The next couple of weeks should be interesting as that pay-per-vew event starts to take shape.