Texas, Feb 1: We saw a shocking victory pulled off by Smackdown roster member, Randy Orton at the Royal Rumble.
So, it was expected that we will be seeing how the other Wyatt members react to the historic win of the Viper on.
Plus, we expected to get the match line-ups for the Elimination Chamber PPV as Smackdown came live last night from the American Bank Center Arena in Corpus Christi, Texas.
The night was kicked off with the 16-time world champions John Cena. As he went to cut a promo, the Wyatt family, that is, Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt came out to interfere him.
They vowed to take away the championship from him at the Elimination Chamber. They went ahead to circle the ring to attack the Cenation leader. However, Luke Harper arrived on the scene to provide backup to Cena.
Smackdown commissioner, Shane McMahon came down to the ramp to make a tag team match with Cena-Harper taking on the team of Wyatt-Orton.
Harper did not want to hurt his mentor, Wyatt. Hence Wyatt planted him with the Sister Abigail. Randy Orton then connected with an RKO to Cena to pin the WWE champion.
James Ellsworth accompanied Carmella to the ring for her scheduled match with a protégé. Ellsworth distracted her opponent named Dawson allowing Carmella to submit her with the Code of Silence.
Kalisto featured in a rematch from last week’s Smackdown with Dolph Ziggler. The show-off gave a cheap shot to the masked man following with a superkick to pick up the win.
After the match, Ziggler went to pull off the mask of Kalisto but Apollo Crews arrived on the scene to send Ziggler away from the scene.
A six-woman tag team action was contested where Naomi and Becky Lynch defeated the team of Alexa Bliss and Mickie James via pinfall.
The Smackdown tag team champions issued an open challenge where each member of the tag team division appeared ensuing a brawl inside the ring.
In the main event of Smackdown, Dean Ambrose went one-on-one against AJ Styles. Corbin and the Miz were present at the commentary table engaging in a brawl and distracting the referee.
Styles took the upper hand and hit Styles Clash to Ambrose for the win. Corbin hit End of Days to the Miz and Ambrose to close the show.