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SmackDown tonight is set to feature a women’s tag team championship unification match as Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler take on Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn to unify the main roster and NXT women’s tag team championships.

WWE have also promoted “The Bloodline Civil War” as begining on SmackDown tonight after Jey Uso aligned with Jimmy Uso against Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa on last week’s show.


SmackDown also has the following matches scheduled:

Cameron Grimes vs Baron Corbin

Santos Escobar vs Butch vs LA Knight

Shotzi vs Bayley

It should be interesting to see how things play out on tonight’s show.

SmackDown kicks off with a video recap of The Usos turning on Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa last week and after Michael Cole says that the Bloodline civil war starts tonight.

The Usos’ music hits and Jimmy and Jey then make their way out to the ring in a very visibly upbeat and relieved mood. Jimmy asks Jey how he’s feeling right now. Jey says they’re about to fight their family, that family is not supposed to do that, Jimmy says that to him its obvious he made the perfect choice. Jey says he still loves Roman Reigns, for three years he would do anything Reigns told him to do, but where Reigns messed up is when he disrespected him and his brother. Jimmy says respect raised them, and that once Reigns treated them like they were worth nothing, Reigns is left on the Island of relevancy all alone.

Jey says he can always forgive Reigns, but he can’t forgive the biggest snake of them all, the one who’s on the outside, Paul Heyman. Jimmy asks how Heyman can be respected when he tried to drive a wedge between two brothers. Jey says they’re looking at the best tag team in the world, and at Money in the Bank, Reigns and Sikoa will be welcomed to the Uso penitentiary.

*Commercial break*

Rey Mysterio vs LA Knight

Our opening match kicks off with Knight taking a cheap shot and throwing Mysterio to the corner. Knight Irish whips Mysterio to the corner, Mysterio ducks a lariat and hits a drop kick. Knight dives over the top rope from the apron to hit a shoulder tackle. Mysterio hits a head-scissors to launch knight to the ropes, Mysterio hits the 619 but Knight rolls under the ropes. Mysterio hits a baseball slide drop kick and then slides under the bottom rope to hit a splash to Knight on the floor.

*Commercial break*

Our opening match continues live with Knight hitting a neck breaker and then covering for a two count. Knight goes for a powerbomb but Mysterio hits a huricanrana. Mysterio hits a senton off the top rope and follows with a cross body off the middle rope. Knight catches Mysterio off the ropes and hits a power slam. Knight hits the elbow drop and covers for two. Mysterio counters Knight to hit a tornado DDT, Mysterio covers for two. Mysterio goes for a 619 but Knight grabs Mysterio in mid air, Knight hits Mysterio with the BFT and Knight covers for three.

Winner: LA Knight

After the bell Knight goes to rip the mask off mysterio before Santos Escobar runs out to the ring to make the save.

Solo Sikoa and Paul Heyman are seen walking backstage, Sikoa crosses paths with Ridge Holland, the two start down for a second before Holland keeps walking, Sikoa grabs Holland and hits a Samoan Spike before telling Holland he’s not in the mood tonight before walking away. Heyman looks down at Holland in concern before telling his phone to call Roman Reigns.

*Commercial break*

SmackDown returns with Adam Pearce and WWE officials checking in on Ridge Holland, Holland tells someone to get Paul Heyman. Sheamus demands a match with Sikoa tonight, Pearce says he’s handling it and Sheamus says that’s not good enough for him.

Sheamus walks out to the ringside area and demands Sikoa to come out and face him in the ring tonight.

Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler make their way out to the ring for our upcoming title unification match, with Raquel Rodriguez sitting right at ringside for the match.

Women’s Tag Team Championship Unification Match: Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler vs Alba Fyre & Isla Dawn

The match begins with Fyre and Baszler in the ring. Fyre slaps Baszler in the fade and follows with an elbow strike before Dawn tags in. Rousey tags herself in the match and kicks Dawn in the stomach before hitting a series of arm drag take downs. Rousey taunts Dawn and Dawn hits a kick to the face. Fyre tags back in the match and hit an elbow strike after spinning Rousey around on the mat. Dawn takes out Baszler on the apron. Fyre hits a running meteora and covers but Baszler runs in to break it up. Fyre lifts Rousey on her shoulders and Dawn goes up top but Baszler shoves her off the top rope which allows to break free and slam Fyre down.

*Commercial break*

The title unification match continues with Fyre hitting a series of strikes to Rousey down on the mat. Rousey counters and locks Fyre in an ankle lock. Dawn gets up on one foot and hits an enziguri. Baszler tags in and knocks Dawn off the rope to prevent the tag. Baszler goes for the ankle but Fyre kicks free and makes the tag to Dawn who runs in and hits a lariat and a big kick to the head. Dawn goes to the top rope and hits a meteora and covers for two. Rousey hits a kick to the mid section with the ref distracted. Baszler locks in the Kirafuda clutch, Fyre dives off the top rope to break the hold. Fyre then hits a tope suicide to Rousey and gets on the apron to tag back in. Eventually Baszler locks Fyre in the Kirafuda clutch as Rousey locks Dawn in the armbar, both Fyre and Dawn tap out to a very negative crowd reaction.

Winners: Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler

After the bell Rousey taunts Raquel Rodriguez as she’s walking to the back. Rodriguez turns around and says she wants a rematch for the titles they never lost. Baszler asks Rodriguez who “we” is and then out comes a returning Liv Morgan who enters the ring with Rodriguez to stare down Rousey and Baszler.

*Commercial break*

SmackDown returns with Grayson Waller in the ring for tonight’s edition of the Grayson Waller Effect. Waller welcomes his guests tonight, Kit Wilson and Elton Prince, Pretty Deadly. Prince says this is their favorite talks show and that it’s so much better than the KO Show. Waller says it’s nice to have come guests with actual style on the show. Waller says they’ve had so much success already on SmackDown and next week in their home country they will challenge Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens for the tag team championships. Prince says Zayn and Owens have not given them the respect they deserve, Prince says there should have been nothing surprising to Zayn that they become the number one contender’s. Prince says him and Wilson have been on the same page since they arrived to WWE unlike Zayn and Owens can be. Waller says he is not surprised, and that last week they beat five of the best teams all in one night. Wilson says it was a grueling and brutal match, and they then run down every other team in the match while saying they beat them more obnoxious every time to glorious heel heat.

Pretty Deadly are then interrupted by The Street Profits. Ford says they will properly introduce themselves to Pretty Deadly in the ring tonight as a tag team match is scheduled for up next.

*Commercial break*

The Street Profits vs Pretty Deadly

The match begins with Ford and Wilson in a lock up. Ford gets a side headlock take down. Wilson goes for a shoulder tackle but Ford stays on his feet. Dawkins tags in and hits a big shoulder tackle to Wilson. Prince tags in and hits a leg drop as Wilson hits a splash. Prince goes up top and dives but Dawkins counters with an uppercut. Ford tags back in and hits a drop kick and then a knife-edge chop. Prince charges forward but Dawkins pulls the rope to send Prince crashing outside. Ford and Dawkins both dive over the top rope to take out Wilson and Prince.

*Commercial break*

Back live with Ford hitting Wilson with a back elbow on the corner. Wilson hits a headbutt but Ford counters and slams Wilson off the top. Dawkins and Prince tag in. Dawkins hits a corkscrew elbow strike and then an enziguri. Dawkins puts Prince on his shoulder and tags Ford in. Ford and Dawkins hit a double team power slam and Ford covers but Wilson breaks it up at two. Dawkins tags back in, Prince gets a roll up and puts his feet on the ropes and Wilson holds his feet in place to allow Prince to get the three count.

Winners: Pretty Deadly

Charlotte Flair makes her way out to the ring for our upcoming match against Lacey Evans after the break.

*Commercial break*

Charlotte Flair vs Lacey Evans

The match begins with a lock up. Charlotte hits a shoulder tackle and off the drop down Charlotte steps over Evans and then kicks her in the face. Charlotte hits a series of chops and goes for a power slam but Evans escapes and shoves Charlotte in the corner before slamming Charlotte to the mat by her hair. Evans goes for a moonsault but Charlotte rolls out of the way. Charlotte throws Evans face first to the corner before hitting a fall away throw and hitting the Andrade El Idolo pose on the mat before hitting a big boot. Charlotte then locks in the figure eight and Evans submits.

Winner: Charlotte Flair

After the bell before Charlotte can even release the hold Asuka runs in the ring and drop kicks Charlotte in the head before hitting Charlotte with a series of strikes before leaving the ring.

Solo Sikoa makes his way out to the ring along with Paul Heyman for our main event up next.

*Commercial break*

Back live with Bianca Belair talking to Adam Pearce backstage. Pearce questions what Belair would do if Asuka or Charlotte attack her during the match next week. Pearce says there’s a lot at stake for next week’s match and he has no choice but to bar her from ringside but ensures she will get her chance to go face to face with the champion. Belair is annoyed and calls out Pearce for not getting her fair shot before leaving the room.

Solo Sikoa vs Sheamus

The match begins with Sheamus and Sikoa throwing hard punches at each other back and forth. Sheamus gors for a brogue kick but Sikoa rolls out of the ring. Sheamus follows outside and hits a lariat before throwing Sikoa back in the ring. Sikoa drives Sheamus to the corner and Sikoa punches Sheamus in his lower back. Sheamus gos to the top rope and hits a diving lariat to Sikoa. Sheamus counters a hip toss and plants Sikoa to the mat with a lariat. Sikoa rolls to the apron and Sikoa hits a back elbow strike. Sheamus follows to the apron and goes for a back breaker but Sikoa escapes and shoves Sheamus into the ring post. Sikoa then hits Sheamus with a Samoan drop on the mat.

*Commercial break*

Our main event continues live with Sikoa going for the Umaga splash but Sheamus powers out of the corner and hits a lariat. Sheamus hits a running lariat in the corner and follows with a power slam. Sheamus then hits an Irish curse and Sikoa rolls out to the apron. Sheamus grabs Sikoa and slowly hits with the 10 beats of the Bodhran. Sheamus goes for the brogue kick but Sikoa counters with a super kick. Sheamus bounces off the ropes and hits Sikoa with a running knee. Sheamus lifts Sikoa up and hits the white noise and covers for two. Sheamus goes for a Celtic cross but Sikoa breaks free and hits a Samoan Spike to knock Sheamus out of the ring. Sikoa follows out and plants Sheamus on the announce table with a power slam. Sikoa places Sheamus against the barricade and Sikoa then hits the Umaga splash to Sheamus to cause them to both crash through th barricade. the referee follows outside to check on Sheamus and calls for the bell.

No Contest

WWE officials come out to check on Sheamus, Sikoa assaults WWE officials in a fit of rage before The Usos come down to the ring. Jimmy and Jey attack Sikoa and take him out with a double superkick as Heyman looks on in shock.

SmackDown goes off the air with The Usos staring down Paul Heyman who stands outside the ring before turning back and hitting Sikoa with another double superkick and then a double Uso splash.

That’s it for this week’s SmackDown. Let us know what you thought and we’ll see you back here next Friday for more SmackDown coverage. Until then, stay safe!

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Jack Waynick

Jack is an experienced writer with a deep understanding of the wrestling industry. With a degree in sports journalism, he's been covering breaking news in the world of wrestling for Ringside News since 2021. Jack covers live events such as WWE Smackdown and AEW Rampage. Outside of writing, he enjoys playing video games, basketball, and listening to music.

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