Punjabi Prison returns to WWE Smackdown

Punjabi Prison returns to WWE Smackdown

WWE Smackdown has a new home. Find out what’s you can expect to see on the show, live on Sky Sports Arena & Main Event at 1am.

The return of the Punjabi Prison

There hasn’t been a match in a Punjabi Prison for a decade, so WWE Champion Jinder Mahal has promised to remind fans about what they can expect.

Mahal puts his title on the line against Randy Orton at Battleground, live on Sky Sports Box Office at 1am on Monday, in the double-layered bamboo structure.

Don’t expect Orton to be intimidated.

Relive John Cena and AJ Styles’ unlikely partnership on last week’s Smackdown

Cena prepares for patriotic battle

John Cena makes his return to pay-per-view action this weekend but won’t be in the ring tonight.

Instead, he’ll be interviewed about his upcoming flag match with Rusev at Battleground.

In a battle of national pride between the American and the Bulgarian, winning the war of words may give Cena an advantage.

Things take a volatile turn when Sami Zayn attempts to add to the power of love

Power of Love gets psychical

After weeks of claiming the ‘power of love’ is going to take over WWE, Mike Kanellis makes his in-ring debut tonight.

With his wife Maria by his side, Kanellis takes on Sami Zayn.

Maria smashed a vase over the back of Zayn’s head last week for not heeding their message, he’ll be out for revenge tonight.

Charlotte Flair has made her Smackdown Women’s Championship intentions more than clear

Who will be the femme fatale?

All five of the superstars competing to be No.1 contender for the Women’s Championship will look to gain any kind of advantage tonight.

Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Tamina, Lana and Natalya all compete in a fatal 5-way at Battleground for the chance to take on defending champion Naomi at SummerSlam.

Who will head into Monday morning’s showdown as the favourite?