#1 Contender Match Added To Loaded November 17th WWE SmackDown

WWE is steadily adding matches to the lineup for the November 17th episode of WWE SmackDown. This will be quite a show, and we will have full coverage of the show.

In an official announcement, it was revealed that The Brawling Brutes will square off against The Street Profits and Pretty Deadly in a Number One Contender’s Match for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship.

The WWE SmackDown card for November 17th is shaping up with some intriguing matches and returns. Solo Sikoa is set to make his return to action, adding an element of excitement to the show.

Fans can also anticipate a showdown between LA Knight and Jimmy Uso, promising some intense in-ring action. Damage CTRL will be making their presence felt on SmackDown, and it’s anyone’s guess what they will say.



The night’s main event is a Number One Contender’s Match for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship, featuring the Brawling Brutes, represented by Ridge Holland and Butch, facing off against The Street Profits, consisting of Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins, and Pretty Deadly, featuring Elton Prince and Kit Wilson. This match has significant implications for the tag team division, adding excitement and anticipation to the upcoming episode of SmackDown.

Additionally, after Asuka’s surprising betrayal of Bianca Belair and her alliance with Damage CTRL, the faction is promoted to make an appearance on the show. You can check out the card below. We will have a lot more as the action goes down on FOX this week.

WWE SmackDown Card for November 17th

  • Solo Sikoa returns
  • LA Knight vs. Jimmy Uso
  • Damage CTRL (Bayley, IYO SKY, Kairi Sane, and Asuka) come to SmackDown
  • Brawling Brutes (Ridge Holland & Butch) vs. The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins) vs. Pretty Deadly (Elton Prince & Kit Wilson) – Number One Contender’s Match For Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship

November 17, 2023 4:12 pm

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