WWE SmackDown Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from Friday Night SmackDown after WrestleMania 36 (10th April 2020)

Updated: 11 April 2020 08:19 IST
Published: 10 April 2020 11:05 IST

The Monster Among Men ushers in a new era on SmackDown!

This. Is. Gonna. Be. Awesome. 
Strowman says that whenever he's ready, the Champ is ready to "LET HIM IN." Afterward, he mocks Bray's playfulness. 
Bray asks for Braun to apologize. If he does, all will be forgiven. He says that he's taught him a lot already, and now it's time to teach him about sharing...specifically, the Universal Title. 
Wyatt says Strowman turned his back on his own creator, but he could try to forgive him. Most of the puppets say no, except for Ramblin Rabbit. 
Wyatt turns his attention towards Strowman, saying he's happy for his former brother. 
We get a highlight of the Firefly Fun House match, with John Cena disappearing after the Fiend defeated him. "Hey, John. We really can't see you." 
Just as Strowman begins to celebrate, he's interrupted by a Firefly Fun House. 
Braun Strowman defeats Shinsuke Nakamura via pinfall. 
Nakamura's Kinshasa is countered as Strowman sidesteps for the running powerslam. 
Side slam and a clothesline puts Strowman back on top. Strowman rolls to the floor for the Strowman Express, running through Nak and Cesaro on the outside. 
Nakamura escapes the Running Powerslam and connects with a wheel kick. Pushing the ref away allows Cesaro to hit a European uppercut to the back of Strowman's head. Running Knee lays out Strowman for two. 
Oh, nevermind. Strowman dropped him from on high onto the barricade. He's fine, folks. Champ is fine.  
As they move to the floor, Cesaro tries to distract Strowman. Doesn't work at first, but the second time succeeds, with Nakamura landing a knee right on the jaw.
Nakamura works over Strowman's legs early, but a kick is caught allowing Strowman to boot the King of Strong Style to the mat. 
Main event time, folks. Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakamura! 
MITB qualifiers will take place next week. Daniel Bryan vs Cesaro and Naomi vs Dana Brooke. Bryan and Cesaro is gonna be straight fire. Or slap, as the kids say. 
It's weird seeing them highlight the tag team matches considering...ya know....AEW. 
We get part one of a documentary highlighting Jeff Hardy. The beginning, his trampoline wrestling federation, etc. 
Cole and Grave begin talking about Jeff Hardy, and Sheamus seems to take offense as he hasn't even left ringside yet. 
Sheamus defeats (Insert name here) via pinfall. 
Brogue Kick. It's over. 
Well, Sheamus is here to fight *squints at tv* Cal Bloom. I don't think Sheamus needs to fight jobbers, but alright. 
So we're getting a Tamina run for the title. Should be fun. 
Sasha is not pleased at all. Tamina agrees and looks into Sasha's eyes. "Sis, your best friend just screwed you." 
Banks denies the title bout for Bayley, but the champ says Tamina can have the match...if she can beat Banks next week. 
Bayley tries to suck up, but Tamina shuts it down. She demands that Bayley face her one-on-one for the SmackDown Women's Championship. 
Tamina interrupts the Role Models. At WrestleMania, it took all four competitors to pin her. One has to think in a one-on-one match, Bayley may have a difficult time taking her down. 
Bayley states that she retained her belt because she's the best...before looking over at Sasha and backpedaling. "We're the best." 
Bayley and Sasha Banks say that Paige failed in ruining their friendship. 
We cut to commercial as Sasha Banks and Bayley enter the ring. This should be interesting.  
Carmella and Dana Brooke challenge the champs. Cross talks Bliss into the match.
Backstage, Cross and Bliss are celebrating while Bliss calls them the best champs in WWE history. And uh...I mean, they might be right. First ever two-time? 
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