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WWE SmackDown results, live blog (Dec. 3, 2015): Roman Reigns & Friends

WWE SmackDown comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (Dec. 3, 2015) from Hershey, Pennsylvania with a taped show on the SyFy channel featuring all the latest build to the upcoming TLC pay-per-view (PPV) later this month 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!



BaconStrips here. Let's do this...


Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and The Usos are in the ring. I guess this is The Family or whatever WWE is calling them.

Reigns goes for a cheap pop and talks about how The Usos are like brothers to Reigns (in reality, they're cousins). Reigns then turns toward Ambrose, saying that, although they've not known each other for a long time, they are brothers in arms. A "hug it out" chant starts, and the two share an awkward hug.

Reigns gets down to business by talking about Sheamus cashing in his Money in the Bank contract and getting The Authority and the League of Nations (Woodrow Wilson would be pr.....yeah) involved. At TLC, Reigns is gonna leave it in the ring and walk out with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

As for tonight, Reigns wants a fight against the League of Nations, and he doesn't want to wait all day. Eventually Sheamus and his cronies come out and respond to Reigns talking about family. Eventually Sheamus starts talking about Reigns and his 5:15 reign (someone really must love Quadrophenia).

Reigns is tired of the dialogue and wants to fight. Sheamus responds with more dialogue about extending an olive branch and wanting to be friends and all that. This didn't work, so a match has been made: the League of Nations vs The Family.

As the segment starts to wind down, The New Day comes out and Big E is showing off DAT BOOTY MEAT. Xavier Woods gives us a statistics lesson about 5:15 before calling Reigns a ruiner.

The Usos tell The New Day to shut up, but The New Day responds with more facts. The Usos and Ambrose need to earn the right to be Reigns' partners tonight, and this will be done by those three facing The New Day. If The Family does not win, Reigns will face the League of Nations....alone.

One versus all and all that...sounds like the real League of Nations.


Tyler Breeze vs Neville

This was a pretty fun back-and-forth opener that saw Breeze get the win with an Unprettier following intervention from Summer Rae

Tyler Breeze def Neville


Jojo interviews Becky Lynch about Charlotte's recent shenanigans. Becky says that her and Charlotte are still BFFs and all that. Brie Bella comes in and talks about gullibility and shame on you and all that. Alicia Fox says stuff, causing Becky to square off against Brie and Alicia until Charlotte pops in to even the odds. Charlotte says that she's gonna be in Becky's corner tonight.


Becky Lynch vs Brie Bella

Pretty solid match that ended when Charlotte attacked Brie as Becky had her in the Disarmer. I should note that Brie's arm inadvertently smacked Charlotte as she escaped from an early Disarmer attempt.

Brie Bella def Becky Lynch by DQ

Becky and Charlotte argue after.


Neville is wandering backstage when he runs into The Miz, who makes a comment on his ears. Neville says that he's not in the mood. Miz then offers to manage Neville and cites Daniel Bryan's success as a success story of his own. Miz bribes Neville with a business card and a copy of his new movie. Neville gives a disgusted look toward the movie...heh.

Renee Young interviews Rusev and Lana about the events from Raw involving Ryback. Lana calls Ryback a barbarian, and doesn't know what to do with a beautiful woman like herself. Rusev, on the other hand, knows how to handle a beautiful woman. Rusev calls Ryback a coward for attacking Lana, and vows to crush him. Lana says stuff in Russian before the two smooch. Renee gives a disgusted look toward the moment.


The New Day vs Dean Ambrose and The Usos

This was a lengthy match that both started to drag on and started to get good toward the end. The end came when Jimmy Uso was going for a splash on Xavier Woods. Kofi Kingston interfered and caused Jimmy to tweak his bad knee. Kofi followed with Trouble in Paradise to said knee as the referee was distracted. Xavier followed up with a NASTY Shining Wizard for the win.

The New Day def Dean Ambrose and The Usos

So this means that Roman Reigns is going it alone against the League of Nations.


D-Von Dudley vs Bray Wyatt

Bubba Ray and Tommy Dreamer (THAT'S weird to type) are ringside. Also, Bray Wyatt botches his teleportation because R-Truth appears on stage for reasons that are beyond any human or synth comprehension.

Short match that ends with Sister Abigail to D-Von

Bray Wyatt def D-Von Dudley

Afterward, Dreamer and Bubba Ray get on the apron, but Wyatt holds D-Von hostage by threatening another Sister Abigail. Bubba Ray and Dreamer back down as the other Wyatts bring tables into the ring. Bubba Ray and Dreamer then attack with kendo sticks until everything and everyone are destroyed by The Wyatts.


Roman Reigns vs The League of Nations

Tonight's League of Nations' moderator is Charles Robinson. Also, the rest of Reigns' family is banned from ringside.

Shortly into the match, King Barrett is ejected for illegally interfering, leaving it 3-on-1.

As you would expect, this was a long match that saw Reigns take a LOT of punishment throughout. Despite this, Reigns mounted a big comeback and won the match when the other three LON members were counted out....yes.

Roman Reigns def The League of Nations

Afterward, Sheamus Brogue Kicks Reigns. The rest of the LON attack until the rest of Reigns' Family makes the save to end.

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