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Here are WWE.com’s official Quick Hits preview points for tonight’s SmackDown:
- Sasha Banks to battle Bayley in a SmackDown Women’s Championship Rematch
- Otis goes head-to-head with Seth Rollins in a Survivor Series Qualifying Match
- Rey Mysterio takes on King Corbin in a Survivor Series Qualifying Match
You can find WWE’s full preview HERE. We have included some excerpts below:
Sasha Banks to battle Bayley in a SmackDown Women’s Championship Rematch
In the wake of her epic Hell in a Cell Match against Bayley, The Boss must defend the SmackDown Women’s Title in a rematch against her former best friend turned bitter rival.
— Bayley (@itsBayleyWWE) October 31, 2020
Bayley claimed Sasha doesn’t know how to retain championships after winning them. Will Banks prove her wrong and go on to face Raw Women’s Champion Asuka in a Champion vs. Champion Match at Survivor Series? Or will next week simply be the start of a historic new reign for The Role Model?
Otis goes head-to-head with Seth Rollins in a Survivor Series Qualifying Match
No one can doubt that Otis has had a rough go of it lately. He lost Mandy Rose to Raw, the Money in the Bank contract to The Miz and even his best friend Tucker.
Since journeying to Friday nights, The SmackDown Savior has looked to forge a new path and lead the blue brand to greatness, bringing further chaos to the Mysterio family in the process.
Can Otis change his luck in a Survivor Series Qualifying Match? Or will Rollins walk among the elite in the battle to determine the best of the best?
Tonight on #SmackDown:
📺 8/7c on @FOXTV
— WWE (@WWE) November 6, 2020
Rey Mysterio takes on King Corbin in a Survivor Series Qualifying Match
When taking into account his extensive history with SmackDown, it would no doubt be a great honor for Rey Mysterio to qualify for the blue brand’s Men’s Survivor Series Team. Standing in his way, however, will be the always dangerous King Corbin, who has shown time and again that he will stop at nothing to achieve victory. But who has what it takes to qualify and represent SmackDown against Raw at Survivor Series?