Bengaluru, Oct 5: Last Night Tuesday Night Smackdown Live was taped from the Valley View casino center in San Diego, California. The night kicked off with a rematch from the Backlash PPV.
It was Demon Kane going on against Bray Wyatt. After a hell of a contest when Wyatt was looking to get the upper hand, Randy Orton flashed on the screen much like Wyatt uses to do.
Orton delivered some cryptic message to Wyatt. Wyatt decided not to compete anymore against Kane and left the ring. So, Kane has been handed a no Disqualification win on Smackdown’s opening contest.
The following segment saw a one-on-one contest between Nikki Bella and Alexa Bliss. Carmella was present in the ringside commentary table.
So, it was expected that she would interfere at some point. When Nikki was about to pick up the win, Carmella attacked her from behind to give a win via DQ. The beatdown continued on Nikki until Becky Lynch came running for the save.
This set up a tag team match between Nikki & Becky vs. Alexa & Carmella. The heel team up picked up the win after Nikki chased her nemesis outside the ring and the distraction allowed Bliss to connect with the twisted Bliss.
There were two contests from tag team division on Smackdown. The Hype Bros defeated the Vaudevillains in the first one. In the second one, Jason Jordan picked up a singles win over Jimmy Uso causing a vicious assault, the aftermath. The tag champions came running down to make the save as the Usos fled away.
Jack Swagger defeated Baron Corbin via submission. In the Ziggler-Miz segment, we saw a reunion from the old spirit squad. The MizTv ended with a beatdown to Ziggler from his old friends. However, Ziggler retaliated from that and tried to catch Miz when he ran away.
In the final segment, we saw the confrontation among Cena, Styles, and Ambrose. This marked the last outing for them before Sunday’s No Mercy PPV.
Cena started the brawl after a heated argument with Ambrose. Cena put down Ambrose with an AA. Styles put down Cena with a forearm.
Ambrose came right back by hitting the Dirty Deeds on Styles outside the ring. He stood tall with the title to finish the show.