WWE SmackDown Preview: Full List Of Matches And Segments Announced For March 29 Episode

WWE SmackDown will air live from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on March 29. It will be the penultimate episode of SmackDown before WrestleMania XL. WWE has announced a star-studded show for tonight. However, neither Roman Reigns nor The Rock have been announced to make an appearance tonight.

The biggest match of the night will be a tag team match, where WrestleMania XL opponents Randy Orton and Kevin Owens will unite forces to take on Pretty Deadly. Two more tag team matches will take place on the March 29 episode of SmackDown.

The WrestleMania XL SmackDown Tag Team Tournament will continue with two Qualifier matches. After failing to win the tag team titles at Elimination Chamber, New Catch Republic will battle Angel and Humberto in a Qualifier match. The second match features Street Profits against the duo of Grayson Waller and Austin Theory.


In the women’s division, Bayley will battle Dakota Kai just nine days before her WWE Women’s Championship match against IYO Sky at WrestleMania XL. Elsewhere, Jade Cargill will make her first appearance as a SmackDown Superstar. WWE has not announced what Jade will exactly do on the show tonight.

Complete match card for March 29 episode of WWE SmackDown

Here is the complete list of matches and segments WWE has announced for the 3.29.24 dated SmackDown episode so far:

  1. Jade Cargill makes her first appearance as a SmackDown Superstar.
  2. Randy Orton and Kevin Owens vs Pretty Deadly.
  3. Austin Theory and Grayson Waller vs Street Profits (WrestleMania Tag Team Qualifier).
  4. Bayley vs Dakota Kai.
  5. Humberto and Garza vs New Catch Republic (WrestleMania Tag Team Qualifier).

WWE SmackDown Live Streaming Details

WWE SmackDown will be live on FOX in the United States. The start time for the show is 7:45 PM in the arena and 8 PM on FOX for all users watching live.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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