Rewind-A-SmackDown 1/31/20: Dog Food, Barrios/Wilson Out, F9

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John Pollock and Wai Ting review Friday Night SUPER SMACKDOWN coming out of the Royal Rumble.

This week’s show saw Roman Reigns & The Usos have a rematch with King Corbin, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode and the Loser Eats Dog Food. Plus, Naomi confronts Bayley, Otis asks Mandy Rose on a date, a #1 contender’s match for the SmackDown tag titles at Super ShowDown, and Shinsuke Nakamura defends the Intercontinental title against Braun Strowman.

Plus, a preview of New Japan’s two New Beginning in Sapporo shows this weekend featuring Hirooki Goto vs. Shingo Takagi on Saturday & Kazuchika Okada vs. Taichi and Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Will Ospreay on Sunday.


  • WWE announces the departures of co-presidents George Barrios and Michelle Wilson
  • How the WWE stock was affected on Friday and many questions coming out of this move
  • Ring of Honor is bringing the Pure title back
  • The F9 trailer feat. John Cena

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In regards to “The Big Game”

You can call the game the Superbowl but if you’re promoting something, it doesn’t matter if it’s a wrestling segment or a house party, unless you pay the NFL a fee you have to call it the Big Game.

So Cole all day called it the Big Game but when promoting that Roman and Sasha would be involved in a Pizza Hut segment at 4pm (An official NFL sponsor) it was promoted as Superbowl. I’ve mentioned I work in Sports Radio it’s very confusing but the best bet is to ALWAYS call it the Big Game. In fact at one point the struggling business called NFL tried to trademark “Big Game” so you would have to pay them but they were denied as Big Game has been used to promote Stanford vs Cal in College Football

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