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WWE SmackDown spoilers (June 27, 2014): Money in the Bank go home show

WWE SmackDown returns to SyFy this coming Friday night (June 27, 2014) from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but the show was taped, as usual, on Tuesday night. That means full spoilers are readily available if you're the impatient type who doesn't want to wait a couple days for the payoff.

Unwrap that present early:

- Triple H, Seth Rollins, and Randy Orton opened the show with a promo announcing that Dean Ambrose would have a match with Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett.

- Dean Ambrose def. Bad News Barrett with Dirty Deeds. Jack Swagger ran out to attack Barrett and apparently this is when his shoulder gets injured. Ambrose took Swagger out with a ladder before Rollins ran in and hit the Curb Stomp.

- Paige def. Cameron and they ran another post-match angle with the latter getting upset at her loss.

- Sheamus def. Bray Wyatt via disqualification after Erick Rowan and Luke Harper interfered when Sheamus had the Texas Cloverleaf applied. The Usos, of course, made the save.

- Alberto Del Rio & Cesaro def. Dolph Ziggler & Rob Van Dam with Paul Heyman on commentary, which might break the record for number of times he's sat in on commentary during SmackDown since becoming Cesaro's manager. Cesaro, ruthless as he is, laid out Del Rio post-match.

- Rusev def. Sin Cara in yet another squash match after yet another Lana promo saying all the same things. Big E came out and cut a promo of his own. The two teased getting physical, then Lana called Rusev off, then he tried a sneak attack and was thwarted.

- Roman Reigns def. Kane via disqualification after Randy Orton interfered. He got speared at first, then Kane chokeslammed Reigns before Orton climbed a ladder and grabbed the WWE world heavyweight championship title(s). Kane allowed this, so the story is, apparently, that he's there to assist Orton. After, Orton attempted to go all vintage and punt Reigns but ended up eating a spear for his troubles. So did Kane, for that matter. The show closed with Reigns standing tall, title(s) in hand.

That's the show, folks. Your thoughts?

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