WWE Smackdown comes this week from Brooklyn, New York. No separate tapings were done for this week’s show. The Road to WrestleMania made its final stop on SmackDown as Dean Ambrose made a big statement before his battle with Brock Lesnar. Also, we did get an exclusive inside look of the AT&T stadium that is being decorated as the grandest stage of Wrestlemania.
AJ Styles def. Heath Slater
The social outcasts were the first one to emerge to the ring. They were the first one to declare themselves as the first entrants of the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal but will they be able to hold themselves as the last one till the brawling among the superstars ends? They, however, proclaimed on WWE Smackdown that they will win the over-the-top-rope-melee. No one is quite sure, though, how there can be four separate winners when only one can win the battle royal? In the meantime, Slater had his hands full within a singles match-up with AJ Styles. Styles, once again proved, why he is everybody’s beloved when he rose above the distraction provided by the social outcasts members and picked up the win with his Phenomenal fore-arm.
An inside look of the AT&T stadium
Thursday night’s hottest show WWE Smackdown gave us a sneak peek of how the AT&T stadium is being decorated to be the grandest stage of them all on Sunday.
D-Von Dudley vs. Jey Uso
The two Samoan twins will take on the two of the old veterans in the name of the Dudley Boyz. But, as of recent weeks, Dudleys are heading into the match with tremendous momentums. The showdown between D-Von and Jey was a hard-hitting but D-von’s experience came into play when he picked up the win delivering an emphatic Spinebuster.
Dean Ambrose vs. Eric Rowan
WWE Smackdown saw the main event of The Lunatic Fringe taking on The Wyatt Family’s Eric Rowan. Ambrose showed off some more instruments of destruction heading towards the street fight against Brock Lesnar. The unstable Ambrose unleashed a chaotic assault on his monstrous foe, overcoming his opponent’s strength and size advantage to deliver Dirty Deeds for the victory. Undoubtedly, he alongside Lesnar will give us a spectacular contest in which anything is possible.
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