The last WWE Friday Night Smackdown of 2022 is set to go out with a bang as John Cena makes his triumphant return to the program. When we last saw “The Face that Runs the Place,” Cena celebrated his 20th anniversary with the WWE on RAW in June 2022. This time around, Cena is returning to fight and extend his 21-year streak of having at least one WWE match a year.
Cena will team up with Kevin Owens to take on the Undisputed WWE Universal champion, Roman Reigns, and Sami Zayn. Roman Reigns continues his illustrious two-year stretch as champion, a title he has held since August 30, 2020. To go one step further, Reigns has not been pinned since December 2019. Will that streak end at the hands of Cena and Owens?
WWE Friday Night Smackdown will air live at 8 p.m. ET on Friday, December 30. This episode of Smackdown will take place at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.
If you want to watch Friday Night Smackdown, tune into Fox at 8 p.m. ET. The announcers will be Michael Cole and Wade Barrett. Watch on your television or through a device with Internet access on Fox.com and Foxsports.com. Log in with your TV provider to access the live feed on the website.Watch Friday Night Smackdown on Fox
Friday Night Smackdown can be streamed through two apps, FOX NOW and Fox Sports. Both apps can be accessed in the app store on your smartphone or tablet and through a connected device, such as Apple TV or Fire TV.Stream Friday Night Smackdown on FOX NOW app Stream Friday Night Smackdown on Fox Sports app
30 days after their initial broadcast, full episode replays of Smackdown can be streamed on Peacock. There are two paid plans: Peacock Premium and Peacock Premium Plus. Premium includes ads and costs $5 per month or $50 per year. Premium Plus is ad-free and costs $10 per month or $100 per year.Stream episode replays of Smackdown on Peacock
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The highlight of Friday Night Smackdown will be the return of John Cena, who will wrestle in his first and only match of the year. Cena will team up with Kevin Owens to take on Roman Reigns and Sami Zayn.
The Smackdown’s Women Championship will be on the line as champion Ronda Rousey defends her belt against Raquel Rodriguez. Plus, Sola Sikoa will face off against Sheamus.
Watch the last Friday Night Smackdown of the year on December 30!
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