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WWE SmackDown Results: Sami Zayn returns HOME, Gunther’s reign as Intercontinental Champion continues, Ronda Rousey makes a winning return & more, Watch Friday Night SmackDown Highlights

WWE SmackDown Results: Sami Zayn returns HOME, Gunther’s reign as Intercontinental Champion continues, Ronda Rousey makes a winning return & more, Watch Friday Night SmackDown Highlights

WWE SmackDown Results: Sami Zayn returns HOME, Gunther’s reign as Intercontinental Champion continues, Ronda Rousey makes a winning return & more, Watch Friday Night SmackDown Highlights
 WWE SmackDown Results: SmackDown Highlights:-The road to the Elimination Chamber wraps up tonight, as the “go-home show” for this weekend’s premium live event goes down tonight from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler win by submission, Banger Bros win by pinfall , Bray Wyatt warns  Brock Lesnar and Bobby […]

 WWE SmackDown Results: SmackDown Highlights:-The road to the Elimination Chamber wraps up tonight, as the “go-home show” for this weekend’s premium live event goes down tonight from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler win by submission, Banger Bros win by pinfall , Bray Wyatt warns  Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley, Asuka wins by submission with a scissored armbar.Gunther is StillIntercontinental Champion and finally Sami Zayn Ends this week’s Show

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Highlights Of Today’s Event:-

  • Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler win by submission with the armbar from Ronda Rousey on Shotzi Blackheart.
  • Banger Bros win by pinfall with a Claymore from Drew McIntyre on Erik.
  • Bray Wyatt warns  Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley
  • Asuka wins by submission with a scissored armbar.
  • Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: GUNTHER
  • Sami Zayn Ends This Week’s Show

Sami Zayn Ends This Week’s Show

We head back from the commercial break that followed the I-C title bout and we hear Michael Cole and Wade Barrett run down the action scheduled for next week’s installment of Friday Night SmackDown.

From there, we head back inside the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada where the familiar sounds of the theme song for Sami Zayn hits and out comes the former “Honorary Uce” to an enormous, thunderous ovation from his hometown fans.

Zayn settles in the ring and his theme dies down, but the noise from the crowd only gets louder. This is Hulk Hogan in Montreal type stuff, folks. It goes on for several, several minutes without Sami saying one word. Loud “Ole!” chants. Loud “You deserve it!” chants, etc.

The audio goes out, as apparently a vulgar chant also breaks out. Finally an emotional and fired up Sami begins speaking. He talks about how everyone points to that sign, which leads to him pointing to the WrestleMania sign in the rafters. He says that is what this business is all about.

Sami finally addresses Roman Reigns. He says Tomorrow night is not just Roman Reigns versus Sami Zayn, it’s Roman Reigns versus Sami Zayn and the entire city of Montreal. His voice cracks as he yells at the top of his lungs “Roman Reigns … you are going down!” His theme hits again.

He says all of a sentence or two and then his music plays and the crowd chants and goes nuts as Michael Cole plugs Elimination Chamber one more time and the go-home show for tomorrow night’s premium live event wraps up on that note.

 

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WWE Intercontinental Championship GUNTHER (C) vs. Madcap Moss

We check in with Ariel Helwani once again. He is in the crowd inside the Bell Centre with the fans talking about how excited everyone is for Sami Zayn’s home coming tonight and shot against Roman Reigns at the Elimination Chamber premium live event tomorrow

Now we shoot backstage and we get a quick interview with GUNTHER. The WWE Intercontinental Champion talks about his upcoming title defense against Madcap Moss. He then heads to the ring accompanied by Imperium.

As we return from the break, we see GUNTHER in the ring awaiting the arrival of his opponent. The theme for Madcap Moss hits and out comes the challenger for this scheduled one-on-one showdown for the I-C title.

Both guys are in the ring and ready to rock. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this championship contest.

 

We see some good back-and-forth action and then head to a mid-match commercial break with Moss faring well.

When we return, we see GUNTHER dominating the offense and taking it to the challenger with relative ease. Moss starts to fight back into competitive form. He hits a nice back suplex and comes off the ropes with a huge lariat for a close near fall attempt.

Moss hits a big suplex and starts to get close on some follow-up near fall attempts, but then GUNTHER takes back control of the wheel and rides this one into the finish, which sees him pick up the victory to retain his I-C title

GUNTHER wins by pinfall with a Tenryu Powerbomb to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship.

Asuka vs. Liv Morgan

After the Sami Zayn video wraps up, we return inside the Bell Centre where Asuka’s theme hits and the women’s wrestling star makes her way to the ring with a bizarre mask on.

Asuka will be in one-on-one action against another competitor scheduled for the Women’s Chamber bout tomorrow — Liv Morgan. As Asuka finishes her ring entrance, we head to a pre-match commercial break.

We return from the break to Rey Mysterio backstage. We are shown a moment he had with Santos Escobar recently.

After it is shown we return live and as Rey is talking, he is confronted by Karrion Kross. He mentions Mysterio being a pathetic excuse for a father and says that’s why he covers his face with a mask.

Back live, we see Asuka still in the ring finishing up her entrance. Her music dies down and the theme for Liv Morgan hits and out comes her opponent for this scheduled one-on-one women’s bout.

While Morgan settles inside the ring, Carmella joins the duo of Cole and Barrett on special guest commentary for this match. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one.

 

As the action unfolds in the ring, we hear Carmella talking bad about Raquel Rodriguez on commentary. This brings Rodriguez out to confront her. While they bicker back-and-forth, we see Nikki Cross appear at the commentary desk acting goofy.

The action continues in the ring with Liv beating Asuka down and going for a pin fall, but only getting two. After this, we head to a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

When we return from the break, we see the action still in progress and hear Carmella still talking trash on special guest commentary. Finally, we see Asuka slap the Asuka Lock on Liv and she has no choice but to tap out.

Once the match ends, we see everyone involved in the Women’s Elimination Chamber duke it out. Raquel Rodriguez helps Liv Morgan up and Morgan hits her with a cheap shot. Asuka and Liv Morgan are left standing and they each look up at the Chamber hanging above the ring to end the post-match scene.

Asuka wins by submission with a scissored armbar.

The History Of Sami Zayn & The Bloodline — Part 2

We see part two of a lengthy video package that will air throughout the show tonight looking at the history of Sami Zayn and The Bloodline. Part two airs now and focuses on Sami Zayn’s dealings with The Bloodline from the Royal Rumble 2023 premium live event until now.

Drew McIntyre & Sheamus vs. The Viking Raiders

Now we see Drew McIntyre and Sheamus getting amped up backstage. We head to a commercial break with the two scheduled to face The Viking Raiders when we return.

We return to the Progressive Match Flo segment of the week, which sees Madcap Moss become number one contender to the Intercontinental Championship with his win in the Fatal-4-Way bout last week. We then see him live backstage with Emma. The two claim it’s his time and then Cole and Barrett plug his title shot against GUNTHER later tonight.

 

From there, we are sent to MMA reporter and WWE on BT Sport personality Ariel Helwani, who is with a ton of fans in his hometown of Montreal. We shoot back inside the Bell Centre and out comes Sheamus, followed by Drew McIntyre.

The two head to the ring ready to do battle in this scheduled tag-team contest against Erik and Ivar — The Viking Raiders.

We see the two settle into the squared circle and their music dies down. Now the theme for their opponents hits and out comes Valhalla, leading Erik and Ivar to the ring for our next match of the evening here on the Elimination Chamber “go-home” edition of SmackDown.

 

Both teams are in the ring and ready to rock. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Sheamus and Ivar kick things off for their respective teams.

The two blast into each other and the fight spills out to the floor with all four men involved. Drew and Sheamus establish the offensive control and then head back in the ring as The Viking Raiders re-group on the floor. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial break as the match continues.

We return from the break and see Ivar beating down Sheamus in the ring. The commentators inform us that Ivar and Erik shifted the momentum in their favor during the break, which is quite clear based on the action unfolding in the ring.

Erik tags in and he and Ivar both go to work on “The Celtic Warrior” with double-team action.

Drew finally gets the hot tag and goes on an offensive rampage. Sheamus tags back in and hits a crazy flipping death valley driver type spot off the middle ropes.

Afterwards, we head to another mid-match commercial break as this tag-team contest continues.

When we return, we see Drew and Sheamus nearly finish this one off, however The Viking Raiders hang in there. Valhalla distracts Drew and leads to a high spot off the ropes from The Viking Raiders that nearly ends this one.

Moments later we see Erik and Ivar try and hit their finisher, however Drew and Sheamus end up avoiding it and hit their respective finishers for the pin fall victory.

Winners: Drew McIntyre & Sheamus

Bray Wyatt & Uncle Howdy Beats Down Hit Row

Now we head to the ring where Hit Row are shown. Top Dolla, Ashante “Thee” Adonis and B-Fab start freestyle rapping when the lights go out and their music dies down. When they come back on, we see Bray Wyatt in a black mask on one side of the ring and Uncle Howdy on the other.

The two each hit the ring and beat down all of Hit Row. The fans chant “Thank you” at Wyatt and Wyatt gets on the mic and says “You’re welcome, Montreal!” He then tells Brock Lesnar or Bobby Lashley, whoever wins, to “run!”

The History Of Sami Zayn & The Bloodline — Part 1

We see part one of a lengthy video package that will air throughout the show tonight looking at the history of Sami Zayn and The Bloodline. Part one airs now and focuses on Sami Zayn’s initial dealings with Roman Reigns and The Bloodline after his WrestleMania showdown with Johnny Knoxville.

 

Natalya & Shotzi Blackheart vs. Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler

Natalya and Shayna to start, mat grappling with Neidhart going for early pins. Baszler with attempted arm work but Nattie snapmares her right into a tag! Back and forth, stalemate over a Sharpshooter attempt and tags are made. Blackheart coming out how, rolling elbow and a roundhouse kick, Jim Breaks Special backs her into the corner and the heels do quick tags to work her over!

Shotzi cuts Ronda off and puts her in Cattle Mutilation! Rousey bridges out of it but Blackheart sends her flying to the floor in turn! Off the ropes, suicide dive wipes Ronda out! Ducking a lariat from Shayna and Nattie takes Baszler out with a discus lariat!

Blackheart off the top with a crossbody that takes both heels out and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Baszler has a kneeling armbar in on Blackheart, who fights to her feet and throws elbows to try and get away! Slinging Shayna off of her earns her a shove into the heel corner and more heat segment. To the apron, Shotzi hits the apron DDT picture perfect!

Tag to Natalya, working Shayna over, German suplexes, duck a knee, Liger Bomb out of the corner… SO CLOSE! Sharpshooter blocked, discus lariat ducked, looking for the Kirifuda Clutch, back into the corner, Rousey with a blind tag! Crossbody off the top, Nattie ducks under, Sharpshooter in the middle of the ring in Montreal!

Ronda gets away, babyfaces thinking Heart Attack, Shayna pulls Neidhart off the turnbuckles and Rousey reverses…

Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler win by submission with the armbar from Ronda Rousey on Shotzi Blackheart.

The show opens with a memorial graphic for Memphis wrestling legend Jerry Jarrett.

We get a recap of the Usos successfully defending their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship last week and all the drama that goes with that scenario.

Thence to the intro video.

Also Read: WWE Elimination Chamber 2023: Roman Reigns vs Sami Zayn Full match card, prediction and more, Check details

 

Where will WWE SmackDown take place?

WWE SmackDown will take place this Friday Night at

When will WWE SmackDown get started? Date.

This week’s WWE SmackDown will take place on 14th March 2022 (15th March in India).

When will WWE SmackDown get started? Time.

For Indian viewers, WWE SmackDown will start at 06:30 AM tomorrow (15th March).

Where to Watch WWE SmackDown Live Streaming?

The live streaming of WWE SmackDown takes place on the FOX Network for fans in the United States and on WWE Network for fans elsewhere. Indian viewers can enjoy WWE SmackDown LIVE on the Sony Sports Network channels. The viewers can tune into Sony Ten 1/HD for English, Sony Ten 3/HD for Hindi, and Sony Ten/4HD for Tamil & Telugu commentary. Web users can log in to www.sonyliv.com.

WWE SmackDown Results: Sami Zayn returns HOME, Gunther’s reign as Intercontinental Champion continues, Ronda Rousey makes a winning return & more, Watch Friday Night SmackDown Highlights

 

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