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WWE SmackDown Predictions & Match Card January 28, 2022: Preview, Start Time, Location

WWE SmackDown Predictions & Match Card January 28, 2022: Preview, Start Time, Location

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Here is the Friday Night SmackDown prediction and Match Card for January 28, 2022, which is scheduled to air live from T-Mobile Center, Kansas City, MO.

Friday Night SmackDown currently airs live every Friday on Fox from 8:00 ET–10:00 PM ET in the United States. WWE SmackDown starts live at 1 am in the UK on BT Sport 1 on Saturday mornings.



WWE SmackDown Time In Australia: It airs live on at 10 am (AEST) on Fox8

WWE SmackDown Time In Canada: It airs live every Friday at 8 Am on Sportsnet 360

WWE SmackDown Time In South Africa: The show also airs live on Supersport in South Africa on Saturday at 02:00 am CAT



SmackDown Time In Italy: In Italy, SmackDown airs on DMAX at 2:00 pm with the international version of one-hour shows airing on Cielo in Italian

WWE SmackDown Time In India: SmackDown airs live on Sony Ten 1 HD and Sony Ten 1 in India at 5:30 am

SmackDown airs live on Fox Sports in Mexico and across Central and South America since 2014.



SmackDown Commentators: It is presented by Michael Cole (play-by-play commentator) Pat McAfee.

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Confirmed Match Card

Singles Match: Sonya Deville Vs. Naomi

Sonya Deville Vs. Naomi is hopefully getting underway this Friday on SmackDown. The bout between the two has been teased a handful of times and even been made official on one occasion, but nothing worked out clearly.



On the January 21st edition of SmackDown, Deville once again interfered in Naomi's business, making herself the referee for the match between Charlotte and Naomi, which was won by Charlotte.

Later on, Backstage Adam Pearce announced that the match between Naomi and Sonya is once again official for next Friday.

Winner Prediction: Sonya Deville

The New Day(Big E & Kofi Kingston) Vs. Happy Corbin & Riddick Moss

Last week on SmackDown Kofi Kingston (with Big E) defeated Riddick Moss (with Baron Corbin). After the match, Corbin got in the ring, and Big E took off his jacket and confronted Corbin, but he went back to the floor.



However, Big E picked up Moss and hit a Big Ending. So, coming up next week, Kofi Kingston & Big E will take on Riddick Moss and Happy Corbin.

Winner Prediction: The New Day

Ridge Holland & Sheamus Vs. Ricochet & Cesaro

Ridge Holland will make his first in-ring return since having his nose broken at WWE Day 1, Ridge Holland joins forces with his mentor Sheamus in the hopes of getting his retribution on Ricochet and his partner Cesaro for the injury.

Winner Prediction: Ridge Holland & Sheamus

Predicted Match Card

SmackDown Tag Team Titles Match: The Usos(c) Vs. Viking Raiders

Two weeks ago on SmackDown Viking Raiders earned a SmackDown Tag Team Title opportunity against The Usos. However, WWE hasn't come out to confirm the following match for this week, but I guess it to happen this Friday.

Singles Match: Xia Li Vs. Natalya

After establishing a world record for fastest victory in WWE history over Natalya, the up-and-comer once again battled the three-time Guinness World Record holder.

When Aliyah once again turned in a competitive effort against Natalya, the frustrated third-generation Superstar refused to follow the officer's instruction and got herself disqualified. When Natalya continued to brutally beat down Aliyah after the bell, "The Protector" Xia Li unexpectedly appeared to engage Natalya and send the assaulter heading for the hills.

For other options, A Tag Team match will do all. So, never say never, I would like to bring Lana in against Xia Li and Aliyah.

Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns To End Up Brawling

It's gonna be the last show before Royal Rumble takes the stage, so, I would prefer to witness a preview of what's coming at the event. Last week on SmackDown, Seth “Freakin” Rollins & Kevin Owens def. The Usos by disqualification.

During the match, Rollins executed a vicious Stomp. Before he could even blink, though, he was stopped in his tracks when Roman Reigns emerged out of nowhere and blasted his one-time brother with a Superman Punch.

As a result of The Head of the Table's interference, Rollins and Owens won the high-stakes matchup by disqualification.

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