FOX Sports WWE moving truck hits the road for Friday Night SmackDown
Friday Night SmackDown is headed to FOX, and the FOX Sports WWE moving truck could be headed toward you — and maybe the big game you’re at.
The FOX Sports truck is en route to Los Angeles for the debut of Friday Night SmackDown on FOX on Oct. 4. Emblazoned with the likes of Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Roman Reigns and The New Day, the truck is in the midst of a 16-stop journey across 13 cities. A number of WWE Superstars, including Universal Champion Seth Rollins, Flair, Lynch, and Hall of Famer Booker T, will be making appearances along the way.
Friday Night SmackDown is moving to FOX! See if you can catch our moving truck as it tours the country! 📦 🚚— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) September 19, 2019
📺 And don't miss the premiere of Friday Night SmackDown Oct. 4, on FOX! pic.twitter.com/bUT5z4ufvc
The trip started last Sunday in Charlotte, N.C., at WWE Clash of Champions, and it will consist of several stopovers at major sporting events airing on FOX.
The journey includes Thursday’s matchup between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs in Chicago before heading to Madison, Wis., for Saturday’s college football contest between the Michigan Wolverines and the Wisconsin Badgers. The truck will be in Minneapolis on Sunday as the Minnesota Vikings host the Oakland Raiders, then visits Houston on Sunday, Sept. 29, as the Texans host the Carolina Panthers.
Don’t miss the premiere of Friday Night SmackDown on FOX on Oct. 4 at 8/7 C, featuring Kofi Kingston’s WWE Championship defense against Brock Lesnar.