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WWE SmackDown results, live blog (June 9, 2016): Becky Lynch vs. Dana Brooke

WWE SmackDown comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (June 9, 2016) from Wichita, Kansas with a taped show on the USA Network featuring all the latest build to the upcoming Money in the Bank pay-per-view (PPV) scheduled for later this month in Paradise, Nevada.

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!



Then. Now. Forever.

The Club/Enzo & Cass segment

The Club come out to open the show. AJ puts over his match with Cena in Money in the Bank as a "dream match." He says that what he said on Raw needed to be said and it's what everyone was thinking. He says that the New Era can't start until he takes out John Cena and that was the plan all along. Styles says the Club has transcended wrestling all over the globe and that will continue at MITB when AJ beats Cena and when Gallows & Anderson win the tag team championship.

Enzo and Cass interrupt! Cass tells AJ his "Mr Clean Dream Team" aren't the ones who will be winning the titles. Anderson reminds them they've been running things for a decade, Enzo has been managing a Hooters. Zo owns up to the fact that he has managed a Hooters. Gallows has a horrible rhyme to mock when Enzo got his concussion. Zo tells them in his own way that he and Cass will be the tag champions. Cass calls them sawft.

Enzo & Big Cass vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson

The New Day are ringside. Woods gives Mauro Ranallo a unicorn hill because of the UpUpDownDown references last week. They also make Byron Saxton feed them grapes.

As per usual for a Cass and Enzo match, Enzo is in trouble for a good long while. The entire first segment of this match, the Club cut off the ring and prevent Enzo from making the tag. As they go to break, the Vaudevillains come out to observe in the entryway. After the break, Zo takes more damage until he finally tags in Big Cass.

Cass comes out on fire taking it to both Club guys. The Villains try to interfere, the New Day stops them. They brawl into the ring ending the match in No Contest.

Match ends in no contest.

All the teams brawl post match.


They replay the Muhammad Ali package from Monday.

Renee Young interviews Lana and Rusev. Rusev says that Muhammed Ali wasn't the greatest... he is the greatest. Titus rolls in and tells Rusev that he's clearly floating like a butterfly and Titus stings like a bee and at MITB that title is going "home with me."

Cesaro & Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens & Alberto Del Rio

Things are even early on, but when ADR goes to tag in, Kevin Owens just walks off. Sami Zayn opts to chase after him because obviously they hate each other (which Cesaro was not happy about.) This ends up just as a one on one match between Cesaro and Del Rio, who go at it for awhile.

Then Zayn and KO fight back out to the stage and into the ring! ADR and KO get into a shoving match because Del Rio is upset that KO bailed and then ADR decides to bail instead. KO cuts him off in front of the ring. As they bicker on the outside, Zayn leaps over the ref and takes out both men!

The match becomes Del Rio and Cesaro for awhile with a few run ins from KO and Zayn here and there. Cesaro gets ADR on the top rope to set up for a suplex, but KO jumps up and shakes the rope to get Cesaro in the Tree of Woe position. Del Rio hits the stomp, KO pulls him out of the ring and tosses him into the barricade, and covers Cesaro for the 1-2-3.

Owens & Del Rio def. Cesaro & Zayn

That was a creative booking to for a match up of guys we've seen fight each other for the last 3 weeks.


Becky Lynch (w/Natalya) vs. Dana Brooke (w/Charlotte)

Mid match, Charlotte tries to interfere while Brooke and Nattie stare each other down. Charlotte and Natalya end up fighting and getting tossed. Back in the ring, Lynch and Brooke fight when Bex quickly reverses an attempted suplex into the Disarmer for the submission.

Lynch def. Brooke via submission

Looks like they could be building Becky back up a little bit.


They play yet another Darren Young/Bob Backlund segment. Bob Backlund wants to see Darren Young's celebration for when he wins. He's not a fan of the Millions of Dollars. They talk about saving money and it's learned Bob Backlund only has one pair of clothes.

Kalisto vs. Baron Coribn

Dolph Ziggler is on commentary

Despite a quick flurry early on, after Corbin tosses Kalisto on top of the barricade, Baron dominates the smaller man. He's frequently looking over and staring at Ziggler. Kalisto fights back, but when he goes for the Salida Del Sol, Corbin pushes him off, clotheslines him in the back, and wins with the End of Days.

Corbin def. Kalisto via pinfall


Sheamus is backstage bragging to a bunch of people about being in the Ninja Turtles movie. He thinks they should all be getting him lattes and such because he is an A List star. Apollo Crews rolls in, and after Sheamus talks a bit of trash about how Crews is starstruck, Crews delivers a forearm to the Irishman, smiles, and leaves.

Dean Ambrose vs. Chris Jericho

Fairly early on in the match, Dean Ambrose tries to put Y2J through the announce table with the Dirty Deed DDT. Jericho reverses it and catapults Ambrose onto the floor. This allows Chris to control much of the match. Ambrose eventually fights back The men then trade big moves for near falls.

In the end, Jericho goes for the Code Breaker but he's caught by Ambrose, who tries to hook in Dirty Deeds instead. Y2J shoves Dean into the corner where the referee is standing. Ambrose stops himself from hitting the ref, turns around, and receives a Code Breaker. Jericho gets the win in a pretty standard match for these guys.

Jericho def. Ambrose via pinfall

Post match, Jericho sets up a ladder on the top rope in the corner. He goes to toss Dean into the ladder but Dean reverses it and tosses Jericho into it instead. Ambrose grabs another ladder and drops it on the back of Jericho. He then sets up a ladder in the corner of the ring, climbs up, and drops his elbow on Jericho.


That's the show, folks. Thanks for watching with us!

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