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Nick Aldis Beefs Up SmackDown Security After Wyatt Sicks Attack

One big thing: SmackDown GM Nick Aldis promises extra security for June 21 episode

Nick Aldis, SmackDown General Manager, has announced increased security measures for this week’s show in response to the Wyatt Sicks faction’s brutal attack on WWE Superstars during Monday Night RAW.

Why it matters

• The Wyatt Sicks’ violent debut has sent shockwaves through the WWE, raising concerns about wrestler safety and potential disruptions to future shows.
• Aldis’ swift response demonstrates WWE management’s commitment to maintaining order and protecting talent.

By the numbers

• 5 members in the Wyatt Sicks faction
• 1 confirmed victim: Chad Gable
• 2 days between the RAW attack and SmackDown’s response

The big picture

The Wyatt Sicks’ emergence marks a significant shift in WWE’s storylines, introducing a new and potentially dangerous element to the roster.


• Nikki Cross, Erick Rowan, and Bo Dallas (as Uncle Howdy) were confirmed as faction members.
• Dexter Lumis and Joe Gacy are suspected to be the other two members.
• The group targeted Pat McAfee, building tension ahead of SmackDown.

What they’re saying

Aldis stated in a video posted on WWE’s Twitter: “We have extra security on hand due to the events that happened on Monday. Not gonna happen on my watch.”

What to watch

• Will the enhanced security measures be enough to deter the Wyatt Sicks?
• How will other WWE Superstars respond to the threat?
• Could this lead to new alliances forming to combat the faction?

Do you think Nick Aldis’ security measures will be enough to protect SmackDown from the Wyatt Sicks? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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