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WWE SmackDown AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

By AfterBuzz TV Network

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Description

AFTERBUZZ TV is an online broadcast network, founded by E! host Maria Menounos and producer Keven Undergaro, designated to TV discussion and after-show content in webcast and podcast form. When fans finish watching their favorite shows, they can go online to watch or listen to an aftershow that features hosts breaking down everything they viewed, taking calls from fans and interviewing guests. The WWE Smackdown AfterBuzz TV AfterShow recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of USA's WWE Smackdown. Show summary: Pro wrestling action featuring the superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment. The series made its debut on UPN in 1999 and immediately became one of the network's most popular programs.

Customer Reviews

Amature Hour

I'm not sure if the people on the show actually watch smackdown. It seems that they are really there to sell their own stuff rather than review the show. I do give the host a little credit, he tried to keep things focus on the show a little bit, but gave up and let the girls ramble on...and on...and on.

It's ok

They focus more in the old school wrestling topic than the show. Don't get me wrong I like old school wrestling stuff but they just don't connect it to the show, also they are kind of lost for most of the story lines which sometimes bother me. Conclusion: I like Raw's afterbuzz better, too bad they're on a break

Quality falling.

The last few weeks have gotten increasingly less about Smackdown and more about selling themselves. This past episode covering 8/9 Smackdown I don't recall them
Talking about one match. If Afterbuzz is truly a "after show" network, they need to reconsider the hosts for this show, or at least get them on topic. I skip right over this show now because it has 0 benefit to my viewing of Smackdown. The RAW show is much better as when they go off topic, they are smart enough to pull back after a minute or two. I get these people like to be nostalgic about wrestling, but that's not what this show is about. I want insight on what I just watched and this show is not providing that, at all.