WWE SmackDown Preview: Full List Of Matches And Segments Announced For Tonight’s Episode (June 9, 2023)

WWE SmackDown June 9 edition will air live from the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, IA tonight. This episode features four exciting Money in the Bank qualifying matches and also a special segment involving The Usos.

Last week on SmackDown, Roman Reigns celebrated his 1,000-day reign as Undisputed Universal Champion in WWE. He received a new golden belt from Triple H as the blue and black belts were retired. On the same show, Reigns’ Bloodline imploded as Jimmy Uso turned his back on the faction.

Paul Heyman appeared on this week’s WWE RAW episode and announced that Jimmy’s twin brother Jey Uso will have to choose between his twin brother and his Tribal Chief on this Friday night’s SmackDown on June 9. The Usos have been confirmed to appear at the Wells Fargo Arena tonight.



While the segment involving The Usos will provide a lot of drama to the SmackDown viewers, there will be four wrestling matches on the blue brand’s show as well. The final two spots in the Men’s Money in the Bank ladder match 2023 will be up for grabs. Former MITB winner Baron Corbin will lock horns with Butch in the first match.

The second match in the men’s division features Mustafa Ali and Santos Escobar. Both competitors should deliver an exciting match on SmackDown. As far as the women’s matches are concerned, Bayley will take on ‘Michin’ Mia Yim in the first qualifier, and the second qualifier will be between Shotzi and IYO Sky.

WWE SmackDown June 9 matches and segments list

  1. Bayley vs. ‘Michin’ Mia Yim, WWE Women’s Money in the Bank Qualifying match.
  2. Shotzi vs. IYO Sky, WWE Women’s Money in the Bank Qualifying match.
  3. Mustafa Ali vs. Santos Escobar, WWE Men’s Money in the Bank Qualifying match.
  4. Butch vs. Baron Corbin, WWE Men’s Money in the Bank Qualifying match.
  5. The Usos will appear on the show.



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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