Details On Tonight’s WWE TV Tapings From Cincinnati – Triple H & Several Raw Superstars Set To Appear

WWE will tape this week’s WWE Main Event & Smackdown tonight from the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Triple H & Raw Superstars Randy OrtonDaniel Bryan, Rob Van Dam, Fandango, Dolph Ziggler, Big E Langston, The Shield & The Wyatt Family are advertised to appear.

Two dark match main events are advertised: Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship, as well as Rob Van Dam, Big Show & Mark Henry vs. The Shield. Click here for local event information.

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  • Nostaljack

    Um…neither Randy nor Daniel have the belt so how can it be up for grabs?

    • Jesse Sherwood

      One would have to assume that since it is the dark match, they will do something screwy like a double countout to keep it vacant.

    • Mike Farris

      the Local Arena website info rarely gets changed from what the wwe originally sends them info for. so when they booked for tonights tapings. it was sent to them a wwe title match was gonna happen

  • Mike Farris

    How is RVD a Raw star when hes been challenging for the World Heavyweight title which is a smackdown Belt. LOL and Big E Langston is rarely seen on Raw since being dumped by Ziggler & AJ Lee

    • BrooksOglesby

      I know, I know, but I go by the official roster on dot com. Orton was a Smackdown guy until he won MITB and now he’s on Raw. I miss when the brand split was more of a split, but nonetheless.

      • Mike Farris

        techincally the roster on wwe dot com was never listed the roster officially by brands if i recall and the brand split has been around since 2002

        • BrooksOglesby

          If you check out the Superstars page at http://www.wwe.com/superstars, and look for the drop-down menu that says “Current,” you can click it and separate the roster into a number of categories, one of which is Raw & Smackdown. It’s kept surprisingly up-to-date, for such a small feature of the site.