Brock Lesnar is coming to SmackDown this week and things are about to get dramatic.
As the WWE wraps up some loose ends heading into Fastlane, there are plenty of intriguing storylines heading into Thursday night’s event, we’ve got all the spoilers from the taping in Ontario, California.
Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns are still on friendly terms, even joining forces for a tag-team match, and it will be interesting to see how the friends wrap things up heading into their three-man match on Sunday.
Read on for all the results from Tuesday night’s taping of SmackDown. Here we go:
- In a change of events outside the ring, Jerry Lawler, Michael Cole and Byron Saxton will provide commentary. There’s no Mauro Ranallo on Thursday.
- WWE United States Champion Kalisto, Sin Cara and Dolph Ziggler take on Albert Del Rio, Rusev and Sheamus to open up the show.
- Recently crowned WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owns sits in on commentary for the match, distracting Ziggler and leading to a pin.
- In the Divas division, Sasha Banks defeated Tamina Snuka by submission. Despite that, after the match, Tamina and Nomi teamed up to try and attack Sasha, but Becky Lynch intervened. Of course, the pair will be teamed up during Fastlane on Sunday.
- Chris Jericho and The Miz faced off with Jericho grabbing the victory. After the match, AJ Styles comes out and Jericho accepts his challenge for a match at Fastlane.
- WWE Divas Champion Charlotte defeated Natalya in a non-title match. The feud between Brie Bella and Charlotte continues after the match and the pair brawl for a few minutes.
- Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose defeated The Dudley Boyz in the main event by disqualification after Brock Lesnar attacked Ambrose. Lesnar hit both Ambrose and Reigns with German suplexes and Reigns tried to respond, but accidentally hit Ambrose. There’s that animosity we were looking for.
- After Lesnar takes down both Reigns and Ambrose (and the later fought each other a bit) Triple H appears and stares down Lesnar as SmackDown ends.
WWE SmackDown airs at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday on USA Network.