The main event of this week’s Smackdown Live saw the WWE World Champion, Dean Ambrose and his challenger at Summerslam, Dolph Ziggler teaming up for taking on the Wyatt family’s Bray Wyatt and Eric Rowan. The match was won by the faces as Ziggler superkick Rowan to pin him. Ambrose further connected with a Dirty Deeds to stand tall and end the show.
However, WWE keeps on entertaining the crowd when cameras stop rolling after Raw or Smackdown which is known as the dark segment. The trend continued this week, as well. A dark match took place between Dean Ambrose and Bray Wyatt once Smackdown went off the air. The reigning champion won the match by disqualification, once Bray hit him with a steel chair. Ambrose, however, fought back and hit Bray with the Dirty Deeds to end the show from Bakersfield, California.
Bray Wyatt, though, once again suffered an ankle injury after the show as seen in the below tweets. It is the same injury that is bothering the new face of the fear for consecutive two weeks.

Last week during the main event of Smackdown, when we headed for a commercial break an X sign was held by the referee as to signal Bray’s injury and therefore he stopped the match. The leader of the Wyatt flock then rolled out of the ring and took some time off. Bray was reportedly rolled his ankle during the first half of the match and the medical personnel present at ringside checked him while the show was off the air due to commercial.
Meanwhile, WWE has posted the logo of upcoming Smackdown Live’s own PPV, Backlash that is scheduled on September 11th from Richmond, Virginia. The old PPV is coming back after 7 long years. However, the franchise of the company, John Cena is said to miss the event due to filming the second season of the American grit TV series on Fox Network.

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