Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat Match, Grudge Match Set For 2/5 SmackDown

Big E’s Intercontinental Championship reign faces double jeopardy, Dominik Mysterio goes one-on-one with royalty on February 5.

In addition to Edge making his return to the SmackDown brand, tonight's episode of Friday Night SmackDown will feature a grudge match between Baron Corbin and Dominik Mysterio, highlighted by Mysterio eliminating Corbin in his first Royal Rumble match.

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Big E will also be in action as he defends the Intercontinental Championship against his two most recent rivals, Sami Zayn and Apollo Crews.

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King Corbin will once again battle Dominik Mysterio

Despite a renewed determination to prove he had what it takes to face larger opponents, Dominik Mysterio fell short against the sadistic King Corbin for the second week in a row last Friday.

When Corbin attempted to put his hands-on Rey Mysterio after the bell, however, The Master of the 619 hurled him into the ring post and dropped him with the senton off the ring apron.

Find out what happens when Dominik once again takes on an irate Corbin one-on-one, tonight at 8/7 C on SmackDown.

Big E vs. Apollo Crews vs. Sami Zayn - Triple Threat Intercontinental Championship Match

The turbulent Intercontinental Championship picture will be intensified tonight when Big E is challenged by both Apollo Crews & Sami Zayn in a Triple Threat Match.

In his rematch against The Powerhouse of Positivity two weeks ago, Crews showed a new level of aggression and a determination to win at any cost (perhaps fueled by a conversation with Universal Champion Roman Romans earlier in the night.) Disgruntled former champion Sami Zayn made sure a clear winner could not be determined, though, with a pair of earth-shattering Helluva Kicks for his two rivals.

What will happen with the three Superstars clash in a free-for-all showdown for the workhorse title? Don’t miss SmackDown, tonight at 8/7 C on FOX.

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