We're just over a month away from WWE SmackDown's big move to Fox. A new advert has now been released to promote the move, as well as a new SmackDown logo.
SmackDown will officially move from the USA Network to Fox on October 4, and its first show on the network will be a special 20th anniversary show with many legends from blue brand's past making appearances.
One legend expected to be on the show is Stone Cold Steve Austin, and while he hasn't been confirmed for the show yet, he is featured in the advert for the SmackDown Fox move.
In the advert, Austin can be seen eating at a restaurant when a waiter purposely throws a tray of wine glasses and champagne flutes to the floor, recreating the glass shattering sound effect from Austin's theme song.
The restaurant's band then start to play his theme song, to which Stone Cold says: "Oh hell yeah!"
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The advert then continues to show other people recreating some of WWE's most iconic moves and taunts such as John Cena's 'You can't see me' signal and Randy Orton's RKO.
The advert concludes with the tagline 'We're all superstars' as well as debuting a new logo for SmackDown's move to Fox.
WWE SmackDown will mark the premiere of the show on Fox at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on October 4 with a special 20th anniversary show. Superstars from the past and the present will be at the show in LA to celebrate the occasion.
Superstars that have been advertised for the show include The Undertaker, Charlotte Flair, Daniel Bryan, Asuka, Roman Reigns, and WWE Champion Kofi Kingston.
WWE Hall of Famers that have been advertised include Kurt Angle, Lita, Mick Foley, Booker T, Hulk Hogan, Trish Stratus, Goldberg, Jerry "The King" Lawler, Mark Henry, Ric Flair, and Sting.
Following this advert, it wouldn't be surprising to hear the glass shatter and see Stone Cold Steve Austin appear to join in on the celebrations.News Now - Sport News