Washington, Feb 5: This was the last edition of Smackdown Live before we get to this Sunday where the Elimination Chamber is returning.
We got the final hype up of what’s waiting for us inside the demonic structure from last night’s episode. It came live from the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington and here’s what went down on the night.
Daniel Bryan kicked off the show in a huge ovation from his hometown crowd. The crowd broke out into loud chants which were stopped by an interference from The Miz.
These two were further joined by Corbin, Dean Ambrose, and Styles inside the ring. Smackdown took no further time to make an official fatal-4-way match in the opening segment of Smackdown.
Corbin was in control for the better part of the match teaming up with the Miz, momentarily. In the finishing segment, The Miz put Ambrose down with a DDT.
Styles hit Miz with a Phenomenal Fore-arm. Corbin hit Styles with the End of Days to pick up the win and pick momentum for Sunday’s Elimination Chamber.
Nikki Bella and Natalya were interviewed from the ringside where Nattie continued her rant on Nikki. These two will collide at the Chamber PPV from Nikki’s hometown of Phoenix.
The Queen of Harts promised to defeat Nikki and when she does this, John Cena will leave Nikki forever.
A dual contract signing also happened as we officially got the Women’s championship match and a match between Becky Lynch and Alexa Bliss for Sunday.
After the signing, the number one contender Naomi put Bliss and James down with a jump off the rope.
Dolph Ziggler was defeated in another matchup against Apollo Crews. After the match, he put Crews and Kalisto down with some steel chair shots. The Ascension picked up the win in a 12 man tag team match.
In the main event, John Cena went one-on-one against Randy Orton. Orton took upper-hand with an RKO to Cena but Luke Harper came down to create the distraction.
He put Wyatt down with a clothesline and sent Orton to Cena to eat an AA. The champ hooked the leg and got the pinfall over his long time rival. Cena celebrated to close the show.