There was no distinguished taping for this week’s WWE Smackdown. It was even taped before this week’s Monday Night Raw did take place in Brooklyn, New York. For years, there have been no separate tapings for Wrestlemania week’s edition of Smackdown and this year too it had seen no exception. These tapings will be included in Thursday’s WWE SmackDown show, along with live segments from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of WrestleMania 32. The orders of the segments are still not clear for the following matches.
(WWE Smackdown results are courtesy SportsKeeda.com)
The Social Outcasts were out to cut a heel promo for Wrestlemania in a humorous style of course. AJ Styles interfered and had a match with their leader one-man-rockband Heath Slater.

AJ Styles defeated Heath Slater in a not-so-competitive match up. AJ delivered his Phenomenal forearm to finish the match. The point to be noted here is he is still using his Phenomenal forearm and the Calf crusher as his finishing maneuver and not the Styles Clash.
D-Von Dudley defeated Jimmy Uso in the next match. The Dudleyz have won all their singles matches in the recent past. Looks like, they are on a roll before heading towards Wrestlemania.

Dean Ambrose defeated Eric Rowan by hitting the dirty deeds. It is evident that Ambrose would win on WWE Smackdown before heading into the perhaps most exciting match at the grandest stage of them all. Surprisingly, for the Wyatts, Eric Rowan came out to the ring all alone, without any of his family members. On the other hand, Ambrose has been built brilliantly by the help of the veterans like Mick Foley and Terry Funk going into the street fight against Brock “the beast” Lesnar at Wrestlemania.