On SmackDown’s Clash of Champions fallout show, General Manger Daniel Bryan opened the episode by channeling his inner Teddy Long. Multi-man tag team matches are the hottest toy this holiday season, and the main event of tonight’s (Dec. 19) SmackDown featured six men who needed to do something.
Tis the season for AJ Styles, Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Jinder Mahal, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn to run back basically what they did at Clash of Champions and or Tribute to the Troops last Thursday night.
Safe to say, @RandyOrton is still angry over his loss at #WWEClash of Champions... #SDLive @JinderMahal pic.twitter.com/ilFVzP8iYQ— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) December 20, 2017
Goodnight, @SinghBrosWWE!#SDLive @RandyOrton pic.twitter.com/G7T4C7dvgL— WWE (@WWE) December 20, 2017
We did all miss Orton nearly injuring The Singh Brothers in new and spectacular ways.
OUCH! #SDLive @ShinsukeN @FightOwensFight @SamiZayn @AJStylesOrg @JinderMahal @RandyOrton pic.twitter.com/MNiizrd4ez— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) December 20, 2017
I mess this hair up if I want to! pic.twitter.com/JvZqRK53Za— TDE Wrestling (@totaldivaseps) December 20, 2017
That’s just good physiological warfare from Nakamura.
The end of the main event would come for the heels when AJ Styles hit a Phenomenal foreman on Kevin Owens followed up by Kinshasa from Shinsuke Nakamura that separated Sami Zayn from consciousness.
Bad guys lose, good guys win and Styles tried to celebrate like Nakamura so everybody wins.
.@AJStylesOrg doing @ShinsukeN pose #SDLive pic.twitter.com/8sHyN2c4zM— Italo Santana (@BulletClubItal) December 20, 2017