7/24 Friday Night SmackDown Preview: Sheamus Vs. Hardy In A Bar Fight

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Here are WWE.com’s official Quick Hits preview points for tonight’s SmackDown:

  • Jeff Hardy and Sheamus to throw down in Bar Fight on SmackDown
  • Naomi set to continue the conversation on “Miz TV”
  • Bayley & Sasha Banks set to address the championship landscape

You can find WWE’s full preview HERE. We have included some excerpts below:

Jeff Hardy and Sheamus to throw down in Bar Fight on SmackDown

Jeff Hardy and Sheamus have tried countless times to settle their rivalry in the ring. Now they’re ready to take it to the bar. The Charismatic Enigma and The Celtic Warrior will meet in a Bar Fight this Friday on SmackDown.

Hardy has been out for redemption since returning to the blue brand, but Sheamus has looked to bring ruin to the iconic Superstar at every turn. Sheamus has antagonized Hardy with repeated attacks and a distasteful toast that sought to pry at his tortured past.

Can Hardy make it last call for Sheamus and stop the towering Superstar’s taunts for good? Or will The Celtic Warrior awaken Hardy’s demons?

Bayley & Sasha Banks set to address the championship landscape

The Golden Role Models have amassed all the titles, but the controversy hasn’t escaped them. Bayley & Sasha Banks continue to stake The Boss’ claim to the Raw Women’s Championship, but the contentious conclusion to her match against Asuka at The Horror Show at WWE Extreme Rules has created confusion around the title.

The Women’s Tag Team Champions plan to address the blue brand and clear the air on the championship landscape. Bayley & Banks promise to even redefine greatness in the process, as the pair will hold all the gold when they walk into SmackDown.

What will the duo have to say about Sasha’s looming rematch against The Empress of Tomorrow?

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