John Cena gets patriotic WWE return for SmackDown Live

John Cena gets patriotic WWE return for SmackDown Live

John Cena gets patriotic WWE return for SmackDown Live

With a golden ticket on the line, tensions were of course high as Commissioner Shane McMahon gathered the participants together to wax lyrical about just who would walk away with the coveted prize.

Another match that will take place this week is a six-woman tag team match featuring the entire SmackDown Live women's roster as Naomi teams up with Becky Lynch and Charlotte to take on the Welcoming Committee. The "Ravishing Russian" demanded entry in the ladder match at Money in the Bank event, but was denied by Shane.

At which point, SmackDown Women's Champion said she is fearless and will be up for the challenge, before being interrupted by Lana, who made her first appearance for the Blue brand since the shake-up.

A non-title match between United States Champion Kevin Owens and Shinsuke Nakamura was the most heavily promoted thing going into the show.

Rumor has it Cena will begin a feud with current WWE Champion Jinder Mahal, who is set to defend his title against Randy Orton at Money in the Bank later this month. He countered a rollup from Dolph and converted it into the Styles Clash to earn the victory. They hit the Midnight Hour on Epico and Woods got the pin.

The New Day turns to Breezango for the dirt on SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, offering male rompers for their case files. Their first battle was a tremendous show closer last week and was incredibly well structured and built smartly and the two will compete again this week, making SmackDown a wrestling heavy show considering the other main event match that has been announced. Nakamura win via pinfall after hitting the Kinshasa. After the match, Baron Corbin delivered an onslaught attack on Nakamura as the show came to an end.

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