Friday Night SmackDown results: Oct. 9, 2020


Big E def. Sheamus – Falls Count Anywhere Match

Big E vs. Sheamus – Falls Count Anywhere Match: SmackDown, Oct. 9, 2020

Big E and The Celtic Warrior wage a grueling battle in a Falls Count Anywhere Match. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Big E has been waiting to get his hands on Sheamus for weeks, and he made the most of the punishing opportunity when he finally did. The New Day powerhouse endured Kendo stick strikes, broken eggs and a smash onto the windshield in the brutal battle with The Celtic Warrior. As Sheamus tried to shut the trunk on Big E, the energetic Superstar held it off with his leg and got back on the attack. In the final moments, Big E landed a Big Ending over a table to earn a hard-fought victory in the grueling Falls Count Anywhere Match.

Jeff Hardy & Matt Riddle def. The Miz & John Morrison; Lars Sullivan made a shocking return

Jeff Hardy & Matt Riddle vs. The Miz & John Morrison: SmackDown, Oct. 9, 2020

The Original Bro teams up with his childhood hero The Charismatic Enigma to take on The Miz & John Morrison. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

In a Twitter exchange earlier in the day, Jeff Hardy & Matt Riddle expressed their desire to team up. The Miz & John Morrison were more than happy to give them the opportunity. The Charismatic Enigma & The Original Bro showed the chemistry of a long-time team, as they dominated points of the match. Riddle clinched the victory for the newly-formed tandem with a crushing Bro Derek to The Miz.

The fireworks came after the bell, as Lars Sullivan made a shocking return to WWE action. “The Freak” laid waste to Hardy, Riddle and Miz, as he showed off his colossal strength. What could the return of Sullivan, who is eligible to be drafted on Monday, possibly mean for the WWE landscape?

Sasha Banks def. Bayley via disqualification

Bayley vs. Sasha Banks – SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: SmackDown, Oct. 9, 2020

Former best friends square off as the SmackDown Women’s Champion looks to defend her title against The Boss. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

After the brutal attacks from her former best friend, Sasha Banks rushed back from injury to get an opportunity to end Bayley’s historic title reign. The Boss was on fire early, as the rage was evident from the opening bell. With the challenger in control, Bayley opted for an easy way out and once again attacked Banks with a steel chair. The SmackDown Women’s Champion retained her title due to the champion’s advantage, but it was clear the bad blood is still boiling. Banks made one final statement, as she challenged Bayley to meet her at WWE Hell in a Cell.

The New Day def. Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro – SmackDown Tag Team Title Match

Kofi & Woods

Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods both return to take on The King of Strong Style & The Swiss Cyborg in a SmackDown Tag Team Title Match. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods wasted little time in their return and took on Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro for the SmackDown Tag Team Titles. There were little signs of ring rust, as the pair’s chemistry was on point in a battle with the titleholders. Kingston swung the match with a huge Trouble In Paradise for The King of Strong Style, and Woods followed up with a huge splash to reclaim the titles. The most shocking moment came after the match, as the trio learned their WWE Draft fate. Kingston & Woods were picked by Raw, while Big E was staying on SmackDown. What lies ahead for the seven-time SmackDown Tag Team Champions?

The Fiend def. Kevin Owens

Kevin Owens vs. The Fiend: SmackDown, Oct. 9, 2020

KO meets The Fiend for a brutal showdown to conclude Night One of the WWE Draft. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

The night ended in punishing fashion as Kevin Owens brought the fight against The Fiend. The Fiend was menacingly unfazed by repeated early strikes from his opponent. Owens looked to swing the match with a big splash on the outside, but HE kept on coming. The Fiend locked in a Mandible Claw, as Owens went for a Stunner. Despite Owens landing the Stunner, The Fiend held on until the three-count ended KO’s night.  



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