Every week here on Bleacher Report, I take an in-depth look at SmackDown, recapping all of the action, offering analysis and grading the matches, segments and anything else that takes place on the show. I also provide some predictions on the direction of storylines.
This was the final show before Elimination Chamber, and considering we did not see Randy Orton, John Cena, Batista or Alberto Del Rio, WWE did a good job addressing every feud.
As is typical with SmackDown, we got some pretty good matches, a few average matches and a some hit-or-miss segments.
This is also the final WWE TV show before everything changes. The WWE Network is set to launch on Monday, and that means WWE programming will turn into a 24/7 experience.
Let's get right into the action with the opening bouts featuring Daniel Bryan taking on Jack Swagger and Cesaro in back-to-back matches.