WWE BackLash Live Streaming: Smackdown Live Pay Per View Backlash Schedule, Live Telecast & Tickets Information

WWE BackLash Live Streaming: Smackdown Live Pay Per View Backlash 2017 Will Take Place on 21, May 2017, find Live Telecast & Tickets Information:

WWE Backlash 2017 PC: WWE

WWE Backlash 2017, Smackdown Live Pay Per View will take place on Sunday 21st May 2017 at Chicago’s Allstate. Live Streaming of Smackdown Live’s Pay Per view Backlash will be available on WWE network. Telecast rights are with Ten Sports in India and in USA and UK, it will be Sky Sports USA Network.

WWE fans can get the tickets from Ticketmaster.com. The tickets start from $25.

WWE Backlash 2017 Schedule:

WWE Backlash 2017 will be the second edition of Backlash from Smackdown Live. SmackDown Live hosted its fist edition for Backlash in 2016. This event will start at 8 pm EST and 5 Pm PST as per US Time. In India, telecast rights are with Ten Network, which is now a part of Sony Group. As per IST, the event will take place Monday 22 May 5:30 AM. Ten sports will be telecasting Backlash on 6:00 PM Monday 22 May 2017.


Smackdown Live Pay Per View so far has only one confirmed match that is WWE Champion Randy Orton vs Jinder Mahal. Jinder Mahal set the speculation market high as stunned everybody by winning six-pack challenge. A week after joining Smackdown Live Jinder earned himself a title shot. Jinder was assisted by Bollywood Boyz” who are now known as “Singh Brothers.”  It will be the first time for Jinder Mahal in the main event of any PPV.

Randy Orton who won WWE championship and Wrestlemania 33 by will defend his title against Bray Wyatt at Payback. Orton is 13-time world heavyweight champion, he is looking in a very good shape after his win at the grandest stage of all. But before he faces Jinder the “House of Horror” awaits for him.

Last year at Backlash it was the Phenomenal AJ styles who got on the top of Dean Ambrose to win WWE championship.

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