SmackDown Tag Team Titles Match, Jeff Hardy Versus Randy Orton And More Confirmed For Tomorrow Night's SmackDown Live

A huge Tuesday.

- While Monday Night RAW was on commercial break it was announced that SmackDown Live has stacked the deck for tomorrow night's show as there have been two matches and two segments made official. The first of the four announcements was that Randy Orton is going to be taking on Jeff Hardy one-on-one. Orton has been watching Jeff Hardy from afar over the past two weeks. Jeff Hardy has also been the target of Orton's attacks since Orton returned from knee surgery at last month's 'Extreme Rules' PPV and for the first time since their United States Championship match at 'Backlash', Randy Orton and Jeff Hardy will meet in an official matchup.

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- The next match that was made official was a SmackDown Live Tag Team Championship bout as The New Day will challenge The Bludgeon Brothers for the titles following the two teams' match last night at SummerSlam resulting in a disqualification in favor of New Day. It has been reported by PWInsider that Rowan suffered a bicep injury during the tag team match at SummerSlam. The report also noted that Rowan was scheduled to partake in tonight's SmackDown house show in Atlantic City but he is not being featured on the card.

- The WWE Champion AJ Styles will be interviewed following the sequence of events that took place at SummerSlam where he was disqualified after rapidly laying a steel chair into Samoa Joe after Joe told AJ's wife Wendy who was in attendance for the match that he was going to be the "daddy" of the Styles family now.

- The fans inside of Barclays Center will close out their WWE-filled week by also hearing from the woman who laid waste to the new SmackDown Live Women's Champion Charlotte Flair following the Triple-Threat match last night at SummerSlam. Becky Lynch will make her first public comments since her actions that drew a massive amount of cheers from the Brooklyn faithful.

 

Tomorrow night's SmackDown Live coverage article will go up at 7 PM but before that check out Fightful's coverage of tonight's edition of Monday Night RAW.

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