Becky Lynch involved in hilarious opening SmackDown segment with New Day and Heavy Machinery

Otis Dozovic, New Day, Becky Lynch

Despite lots of complaints regarding the weekly content in 2018, no-one can accuse the WWE of not trying as we have entered 2019.

We've seen new matchups and big title bouts, such as Bobby Lashley capturing his first-ever Intercontinental Championship this past Monday night.

SmackDown can certainly be more entertaining than its red brand counterpart though, and when it comes to backstage segments, it usually trumps Raw spectacularly.

This week we got a great brawl on the concourse between Daniel Bryan and AJ Styles and we even got a hotel room fight between Mandy Rose and Naomi.

But the show also started backstage as well, with Becky Lynch being interviewed as she made her way out to the ring, straight from her SUV.

Whilst on her walk though, she encountered a strange interaction between popular trio The New Day and new main roster tag team Heavy Machinery.

The former NXT team of Tucker Knight and Otis Dozovic seemed to make a very unusual debut on Raw, as Dozovic appeared on stage during Alexa Bliss' segment with Paul Heyman.

Becky Lynch's opening segment with Heavy Machinery and The New Day has been praised by WWE fans.

And Lynch watched on as New Day helped Knight and Dozovic make a protein shake, filled with pancakes, tuna and eggs.

It was pretty revolting to see Dozovic actually drink some of it - we know some of you threw up a little bit.

But what was even stranger was that Lynch decided to take a sip, describing it as 'weak' in the process.

The whole segment was just perfect though - Dozovic's goofiness, Xavier Woods' amazing reaction when the Lasskicker appeared and Big E just caressing himself whilst looking disgusted at everything going on.

So it's absolutely no surprise to see the segment receive major praise on social media as SmackDown simply did something different that the fans seemed to enjoy.

When it comes to comedic relief, SmackDown has delivered once again.

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