Anyone up for Hershey’s famous milk chocolate as Smackdown rolls on this week from the Chocolate city Hershey, PA and standing in the ring to kick off the off the show was the former Shield brethren along with the Usos to pick up the things against the League of Nations where they left it off on Monday Night.
The newly formed stable did answer the call to make it a 4-on-4 tag team main event for later that night if only Dean and The Usos will be able to defeat The New Day in a match. Otherwise, it will only be The Big Dog Roman Reigns against the 4 of the international brethren.
Tyler Breeze vs. Neville
The Showoff Dolph Ziggler sat at the ringside to get a closer look to his present rival and witnessed how vicious he can be at times provided the distraction by Summer Rae who decided to pull the leg once Neville started to roll. That allowed Tyler to hit him with a kick in the face and followed it up with an ‘Unprettier’ to finish the task in hand.
Brie Bella vs. Becky Lynch
After the vicious side of Charlotte that we saw on Monday, she interfered this time in the match by attacking Brie Bella causing the match for Becky when she was in full control with the disarmer fully locked in. Is a heel turn for her is on the horizon as we witnessed a post-match heated argument with the ‘former’ best friends.
The New Day vs. Dean Ambrose and The Usos
It was a chaotic main event which allowed the tag champions to gain upper hand somehow. After Jimmy Uso shifted the momentum towards them, the top splash over the rope cost his knees that allowed the outspoken Xavier Woods to hit him with a running kick for victory which left Roman Reigns all alone in the main event. It was quite legitimate since Roman is in the receiving end of the punishment by the Authority from Survivor Series.
Bray Wyatt defeated D-Von Dudley
A hard hitting contest which saw Bray Wyatt taking control later part of the match introducing Sister Abigail to the Attitude Era specialists. ECW’s own Tommy Dreamer’s Smackdown appearance was not a sweet one as the Wyatt’s delivered a vicious post-match attack to him along with the Dudleyz. Strowman took out Bubba with his sinister submission lock while Eric Rowan drove Tommy through the table.
Roman Reigns vs. League of Nations
The scenario was quite familiar to Reigns and matched his ‘one versus all’ motto, but the outcome was quite unexpected as he stands tall after all against one brawl. Reigns made it to the ring to beat the referee’s10 count while none of his opponents could not make it. Sheamus obviously did not like it and delivered Reigns with a post-match, Brogue Kick. Help was on his way though in the form of The Usos and Dean Ambrose, who equaled the odds for him and helped Roman to stand tall to end the show.
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