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WWE SmackDown results, live blog (Dec. 10, 2015): TLC go home show

WWE SmackDown comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (Dec. 10, 2015) from Jacksonville, Florida with a taped show on the SyFy channel featuring all the latest build to the upcoming TLC pay-per-view (PPV) this Sunday night in Boston, Massachusetts.

Because SmackDown is a taped show, you can simply go read the spoilers to know everything that happens (find them by clicking here). We will provide results below.

You can use this space to discuss all the events as they occur, however, and it's probably going to enhance your viewing experience. In fact, I know it is because we're a lot of fun around here.

Enjoy the show!



Chris here. Let's do this...


Roman Reigns vs Alberto Del Rio

The Family and The League of Nations accompany their respective men.

This was just an average match that ended after the League of Nations pulled out Del Rio following a Superman Punch. The obligatory stable vs stable brawl went down on the outside, sending this to a no contest.

Roman Reigns and Alberto Del Rio fights to a no-contest

The stables brawl until The Family sends the League of Nations running.

As a result of this brawl, we're getting The Family vs The League of Nations later on


Dolph Ziggler vs Tyler Breeze

Very one-sided match that saw Breeze dominate and work Ziggler's left leg. Regardless, Ziggler hits one superkick for the win. One.

Dolph Ziggler def Tyler Breeze


The New Day vs Lucha Dragons

I will now make notice of the person in the crowd with the "Flex Dana Flex" shirt.

Before, Kofi Kingston brings up Lebron James signing a lifetime endorsement deal with Nike. The New Day goes on to complain about their lack of endorsement deals before hyping their POP Footwear. More complaining ensues about the upcoming triangle ladder match at TLC.

This was a fun little tag match that saw The New Day do a lot of the work, Big E holding Kofi Kingston like a baby, and Kalisto pinning Xavier Woods following a Salida Del Sol.

Lucha Dragons def The New Day


It's contract signing time as Michael Cole calls Dean Ambrose and Kevin Owens to the ring to sign the contract.

Ambrose comes to the ring, but Owens does not. Instead, Owens has his attorney in the ring. Ambrose is unimpressed. Cole then reads a prepared statement from the law office, saying that SmackDown is not a safe working environment for Owens, and that he has given his attorney to sign the contract. The attorney signs said contract as Ambrose bashes his head off the table.

Ambrose is very unimpressed, saying that he was unprepared for such a dull and professional contract signing. He was instead prepared for a fight. He signs the contract.

Suddenly our favorite sociopath family man, Kevin Owens, attacks from behind and works over Ambrose for a few moments until Ambrose gets the upper hand. Owens shoves his attorney into a raging Ambrose before high-tailing it out of the ring. Ambrose gives the attorney Dirty Deeds for good measure


Ryback vs The Ascension

Lana and Rusev are on commentary for this. We are also informed that Ryback vs Rusev is official for TLC.

Very quick match that sees Ryback make short work of The Ascension. Ryback pins Viktor following Shell Shock.

Ryback def The Ascension

Afterward, Ryback and Rusev have a staredown.


Becky Lynch vs Paige

This was a short yet solid match. Both women traded momentum until Charlotte came down. Charlotte had some words with Paige, which allowed Becky to lock in the Disarmer for the win.

Becky Lynch def Paige


The Family vs The League of Nations

Honestly, this one just kinda happened. It followed the typical tag team formula with Ambrose taking most of the abuse and Reigns getting the hot tag. After the obligatory Flying Usos spot, Reigns pins Rusev after a spear.

The Family def The League of Nations

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