Pa Ryan Satin
FOX Sports WWE analyst

Get ready for the season premiere SmackDown Friday Night with a handy guide to the hottest stories to watch.

In the last two months after the actual appointment of Triple H as head of creative, WWE TV has undergone a bit of a transformation.

This includes big comebacks for wrestlers, for example Carrion Cross, Dakota Kai and Johnny GarganoCharacter changes for Superstars like Matt Riddle and Baileynew stories, easter eggs and more.

However, if you haven’t caught up, this list will help you know what to expect from tonight’s show.

1) Roman rule and Logan Paul

Yes, you read that right.

Social media superstar Logan Paul recently signed with WWE, and in just his second singles match, he will face Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns next month at Crown Jewel.

This story started just a few weeks ago after “The Head of the Table” appeared on Logan’s “Impaulsive” podcast.

The two had a light-hearted conversation about the case, which ended in courtesy, but when Roman left the room, a planned angle began in which Paul told his friends that he could beat Reigns if given the chance.

Logan then issued an official challenge during a press conference in Las Vegas, which ended with him being pushed by the champion.

That means the big question heading into tonight’s one-on-one is this: Will Logan Paul have the guts to push him back?

2) Seamus against GUNTER

Sheamus and GUNTER wrestled each other for the first time last month at Clash at the Castle – and it was a match of the year contender.

Their bout was tight and hard-fought, with the Cardiff crowd going wild for both competitors.

However, the unexpected result was that Sheamus and the Brawling Brutes became babyfaces after his loss at the event.

Now, the future WWE Hall of Famer gets another opportunity to earn “Absolute Grand Slam Champion” status by earning another Intercontinental Championship match against the unstoppable force in GUNTERI. This is not to be missed (if you like brutality).

3) white rabbit clues

This story started a few weeks ago WWE plays “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane during commercial breaks for the live audience. People started taking notice and the buzz went viral.

This spawned the White Rabbit clues, which were presented on WWE TV via on-screen QR codes that, well, sent fans down the rabbit hole.

These clues seem to point to Extreme Rules’ big reveal, and the leading theory is Bray Wyatt possible return.

Look for more clues tonight.

4) Sami Zane and Jay Uso

Sami Zayn gets into it with Jey Uso before falling to Ricochet on SmackDown

Things started to break down between The Honorable All Sami Zayn and Jey Uso on Friday night’s SmackDown when Zayn went one-on-one with Ricochet.

“The Honorary Uce” has been one of the best parts of Friday Night SmackDown since joining The Bloodline.

However, one person not feeling it was Jey Uso.

While Sami seems to get along great with everyone else in the group, Jay continues to be suspicious of Zayn’s intentions, and it’s only a matter of time before things boil over between them.

In the meantime, watch this segment if you haven’t already. It’s a real roller coaster of emotions from start to finish.

Roman Reigns presents Sami Zayn with his very own Bloodline shirt on SmackDown

Roman Reigns gave Sami Zayn something special to celebrate his place in The Bloodline at Friday Night’s Showdown.

5) L.A. Knight teases

Former NXT wrestler LA Knight was called up to the main roster this April as Max Duprimanager of the company “Maximum Male Models”.

For the past few weeks, however, he has been teasing the possibility of returning to his old self.

First it starts with the mention of the word “night”, then it mentions Los Angeles, and finally it’s outright stated that this stunt might not be for him.

That led to a tipping point last week, when Dupree attacked his clients and then left in a way that most fans expect to change soon.

Will it happen tonight? We will have to wait and see.

Ryan Satin is a WWE analyst for FOX Sports. Satin previously appeared on FS1’s “WWE Backstage” and founded the Pro Wrestling Sheet, where he broke countless news stories as editor-in-chief.

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