Shane McMahon Addresses His Attack On The Miz, Samoa Joe Defends U.S. Title On WWE SmackDown Live

Two matches and a segment announced for tomorrow's edition of SmackDown Live.

The March 12th edition of SmackDown Live will emanate from the Wright State University Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio and there have been two matches and one segment announced for the post-Fastlane edition of the blue-brand exclusive show. WWE pushed the news out on their social media platforms that Jeff and Matt Hardy will join forces with Ricochet and Aleister Black to take on Sheamus, Cesaro, Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura. Also announced was a United States Championship match as R-Truth will get his one-on-one shot at Samoa Joe's newly won championship. Last night at Fastlane, Joe retained the U.S. Title in a Fatal 4-Way involving Andrade, Rey Mysterio and R-Truth. Prior to that match happening, Carmella lobbied for R-Truth to get his one-on-one rematch seeing as how he was not pinned last Tuesday on SmackDown when the title was taken out of his clutches and on top of that, Truth was not pinned in the Fastlane Fatal 4-Way match.

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Shane McMahon left The Miz laying at Fastlane after they failed to defeat The Usos for the SmackDown Tag Titles and tomorrow night, Shane will explain why he attacked The Miz in Miz's home-state of Ohio.

WrestleMania 35 is four weeks away and the final blocks that will make up the "Show Of Shows" are going to be laid over the coming weeks. Head over to Fightful's live coverage article of tonight's episode of WWE RAW to read about the storylines that are unfolding on the road to April 7th.

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