The main event of Smackdown Live featured six prime superstars from the brand who literally tore the house down with their big moves. In the end, the crowd was on their feet for their beloved Shinsuke Nakamura. He was the one to stand tall defying all the odds and holding the briefcase on the ladder.

This was not the end of treats for the New Orleans fans. The party continued as the two bigger matchups were stored for them as part of the dark segment exclusive presented to the fans in attendance.

The WWE championship was on the line as Jinder Mahal defended it against the number once the contender, Randy Orton. The Viper, once again, lets his actions speak louder than his words. So, her taught Jinder a useful lesson and thereby sending the crowd home with a smile on their face.

The match witnessed Orton in control for the most of the time. Eventually, he connected with the RKO and was on the verge to pick up the win. But, the Singh Brothers interrupted by breaking the pinfall. This led to a disqualification for the matchup. The Viper also gave a beatdown to the Singh Brothers to end the segment.

Another matchup was contested after Smackdown. Luke Harper defeated Aiden English in an exciting contest. This feud has been ongoing for quite sometimes now on the social media but never been brought into television, till date.

Sami Zayn gave an interview following the show stating that he is planning to surprise the fans at Money in the Bank by winning the ladder match and earn the prize.

On the Talking Smack show, Shinsuke Nakamura was the first guest on the show where he talked about his opponents of the upcoming ladder match. Zack Ryder also joined the show discussing possibilities that he might join Mojo Rawley reforming the tag team division.

WWE champion, Jinder Mahal was the last guest who blamed Renee Young for not inviting him on the show for the last couple of weeks. He disclosed that he is a game-plan set for the Money in the Bank to leave the show as the champion.

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