The Phenomenal One slugs it out with The Lone Wolf in SmackDown LIVE's incredible main event.02/20/2018 - 22:30
Now that they've caught the attention of the SmackDown Tag Team division, Harper & Rowan show Team Blue what lies ahead.02/20/2018 - 22:30
The New Day and Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin lock horns once again, this time with the winners earning a SmackDown Tag Team Title opportunity at WWE Fastlane.02/20/2018 - 22:00
Charlotte Flair's quest for payback on The Riott Squad continues in Six-Woman Tag Team action.02/20/2018 - 22:00
SmackDown LIVE's Commissioner and General Manager debate who should challenge United States Champion Bobby Roode at WWE Fastlane.02/20/2018 - 21:45
The Modern Day Maharaja attempts to expose Bobby Roode's SmackDown LIVE Top 10 List votes, but he ends up setting off a brawl between The Glorious One, himself and Randy Orton.02/20/2018 - 21:45
Kevin Owens gets the opportunity to do what Sami Zayn couldn't do last week: defeat Dolph Ziggler.02/20/2018 - 21:30
Arena Report - Scottrade Center
SmackDown returns to the Scottrade Center in St. Louis for the second time this year. On April 21 in St. Louis, Booker T topped Matt Hardy in the first round of the King of the Ring, beginning the history of SmackDown's King. Will the World Heavyweight Champion have a successful night again this time at the Scottrade Center?
The King of the World also had success in SmackDown's previous visit on Nov. 4, 2004 when he beat Orlando Jordan via disqualification. He also pinned Jordan later that night in a tag team match as he and Josh Matthews beat Jordan and John Bradshaw Layfield.
The Scottrade Center has also been the site for three pay-per-view events. The first was In Your House: Badd Blood in 1997 when Kane made his first WWE appearance, interfering with Undertaker's Hell in a Cell Match against Shawn Michaels. Also that night, Bret Hart and the British Bulldog defeated Vader and the Patriot in a Flag Match.
In 1998, the Scottrade Center hosted Survivor Series. The Rock was victorious in the main event, defeating Mankind in the finals of a tournament for the WWE Championship. Most recently, St. Louis was home to No Mercy 2001. The WCW Championship changed hands when the Rock defeated Chris Jericho and earlier in the night, Undertaker defeated Booker T. The main event saw Stone Cold Steve Austin retain his WWE Championship in a Triple Threat Match against Kurt Angle and Rob Van Dam.
The Scottrade Center, formerly the Kiel Center and the Savvis Center, opened in 1994. It holds 20,000 people and sells nearly two million tickets every year. It serves as home to NHL's St. Louis Blues and St. Louis University's Division I basketball teams. It also frequently holds major concerts. In addition to WWE pay-per-views, the Scottrade Center hosted the 1998 NCAA Men's Division 1 Basketball Tournament, the Final Four for the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament in 2001 and the NCAA Division 1 Wrestling Championships three times since 2000.
What will happen this time around at the Scottrade Center? Will it be another strong night for King Booker? Find out at 8/7 CT on the CW Network.