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WWE SmackDown Results 11th April, 2017; WWE Draft / Superstar Shake-up live updates

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Updated: 12 April 2017 07:33 IST - Published: 12 April 2017 06:00 IST
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That's all from us at SK folks...hope you enjoyed our coverage of SD Live as much as we did, bring it to you! 

Until next time, SK Out \m/
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That was a fast-paced, intriguing and well-executed match indeed. Styles and Zayn had palpable ring chemistry and to be fair to him, Baron Corbin handled himself pretty well too!

Great way to close out SD...even as a feud between Styles and Owens looms. 
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That leaves AJ Styles unattended behind his back to come at Zayn with a Phenomenal Forearm! Cover! 1-2-3!

AJ Styles def Sami Zayn and Baron Corbin to become the new No.1 Contender for the United States Championship!
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All three men are in the ring now, exchanging blows and kicks with one another! Zayn wrests the initiative and lays out Styles with a kick to the chest and knocks Corbin out of the ring with a Helluva Kick against the ropes!
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Styles comes on strong now, as he kicks Corbin on the face with a scissors kick and follows up with a 450 off the ropes! Cover! 1,2..Sami Zayn breaks up the count just in the nick of time!

Breathless action here! 
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Zayn pushes Corbin out of the ring, before hitting a picture perfect Blue Thunder Bomb on Styles...cove! 1,2, Near fall! Thwarted but not discouraged, Zayn sets Styles up on the turnbuckle for a Super plex, but Corbin inserts himself into the mix.

Zayn reverses by rolling up Corbin but the Lone Wolf kicks out at 2 and a half!
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Zayn then hits an Exploder suplex on Corbin, but eats a Ushigaroshi from Styles [ I miss Ranallo :( ] But it's Corbin's turn to unleash a Clothesline from hell of his own, as he sends AJ Styles somersaulting through the air with the impact.
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Styles rallies with a couple of right hands, but is taken out with a punishing clothesline from Corbin. But Zayn has apparently had enough and absolutely decks Corbin with a clothesline of his own.
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Zayn fights back against Corbin, but eats a sideslam for his troubles. Corbin then turns his attention to Styles, who he levels with a big boot to the chest. Cover! 1-2-kickout!

The ominous, ominous Lone Wolf.
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We cut back from the break with Corbin ragdolling both Zayn and Styles. He's looking awfully strong here...hope this means that he's losing the match. Nothing against Corbin, but what I would give to see another Zayn  - Owens feud!
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He tries to follow up with a Suicide Dive, but Corbin catches his leg even as he runs the rope and yanks him outside. Styles comes at Corbin next, only to be sidestepped and met with a punishing elbow.

Zayn meanwhile hits a rope-assisted Moonsault on both of them off the ring apron. Sweet.
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Zayn is back in quickly though, and goes right after Corbin. Styles also gets in, and both of them manage to send the Lone Wolf over the top rope. 

The ring is Styles' and Zayn's. Duelling chants in the crowd as they go back and forth, before Sami sends Styles out of the ring with a drop kick.

 
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Ding, ding, ding. The match kicks off. 

All three men seem wary of one another but it's Zayn and Styles who briefly work together to lay out Baron Corbin. Oops. Reversal as Corbin hits a double suplex to both of them, before clearing ring.
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Main Event: Number One Contender Triple Threat Match for the US Title - Sami Zayn vs Baron Corbin vs AJ Styles
Zayn makes his way out, followed by Corbin and AJ Styles ( to another mega pop!). Would be interesting to see who progresses to face the winner of the Owens/Y2J match at Payback.

I'm hoping it would be Zayn...I really want to see AJ and Nakamura feud over the WWE Title. Thoughts people?
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No introduction required for Cathy Kelly too!
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Another announcement!

New Day is coming to SmackDown Live!
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Surprisingly, Nakamura takes the mic and starts speaking...telling Ziggler that he's Shinsuke Nakamura (cue, insane pop!)
Ziggler responds by attempting to kick him, but Nakamura catches it easily and laughs off the attempt. This man is gold. Absolutely gold.

Ziggler weasels out of the ring in retreat...with Nakamura leading the crowd in a resounding "Yeaoh!" to close out the segment. Vince, that's main event material right there. PLEASE, DON'T RUIN HIM!
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Ziggler asks him who the hell he is, and it's a good 2 minutes before he hands the mic to Nakamura...just because the audience is going crazy singing his theme song and chanting his name...this is magical :O
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It's deafening here, with the audience ABSOLUTELY BELTING out chants of Nakamura. Wow, for a 'mainstream' crowd, they sure do seem to know him!
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It's pretty hard to describe this man's entrance....goosebumps. The audience sings along with his song...and they're pretty damn loud. He walks in and circles Dolph Ziggler in the middle of the ring..
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Dolph Ziggler is in the middle of the ring and he's talking about the Superstar Shakeup. He says that he made SD Live cool and brags about how he's carried the brand on his back....and POP! 

Shinsuke Nakamura's music hits! The King is here! Arise!
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They lock up and English knocks down Dillinger, before singing to the audience, " This is my show!". That does it. Dillinger gets up and hits a Tye-breaker to keep his shoulder's down for the 3 count!

That was quick. Dillinger looking strong!

Tye Dillinger def Aiden English via pinfall
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Aiden English takes the center of the ring, and starts singing. Yes, you read that right. Thankfully, he only gets through a couple of verses before Tye Dillinger's music hits!

Huge pop from the crowd! Perfect Ten is here!
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BREAKING NEWS!

Two more additions to the SD Live roster, courtesy of the Superstar Shakeup!

RUSEV....and Sin Cara.

Rusev is here, which means Lana is too! SD Live just got hotter in a matter of minutes! Charlotte and now, Lana!
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But wait, Shane isn't done and he says there is another acquisition for the SD Live Women's roster...and out walks Charlotte, draped in resplendent green plumes adorned with peacock feathers..and I must say, looking quite stunning.

Hope this is the beginning of a face turn for the Queen. She really is something special.
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In any case, Shane McMahon resumes and plugs in the newest member of SD's roster...her father is a HOFer, she's a great athlete and she is.....Tamina Snuka?!

What a swerve by the WWE!
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Shane congratulates Naomi on winning the Title at Mania, but before he can continue any further, James Ellsworth yanks the mic out of his hand and plugs Carmella and Carmellsworth.

Naomi pulls the microphone from Ellsworth's hand, and warns him that he's about to get Chin-checked. Get it? Bwahaha
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The Champ, Naomi, comes out, followed by Natalya, Carmella (with Ellsworth) and Becky Lynch
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He cuts a very babyface promo on how SD Live has been a land of opportunity and goes on to plug the Women's Division. He also invites the entire SD Live Women's roster down to the ring to see who is the newest addition to their ranks...
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Shane McMahon addresses the state of the Women's Division on SD!

Shane McMahon walks out with a spring in his step, like always, and panders a little to the crowd that is clearly happy to see him too. Shane is such a babyface :)
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For your viewing pleasure (below)
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Mojo and Gronk celebrate in boisterous fashion after the match, as JBL questions just how you CAN'T love Rawley. Smh
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The crowd pops, and Rawley doesn't spoil the momentary feel-good moment as he levels Jinder with a stiff, running elbow.
Cover! 1-2-3!

Mojo Rawler def. Jinder Mahal via pinfall
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Rawley comes bounding back with a body block that sends Mahal out of the ring...and the Propagator of Peace gets into Gronk's face, who's sitting out ringside again.

Before he can do anything though, Rawley clubs him from behind, sending him face first on top of the barricade. A situation Gronk is more than happy to exploit as he empties, rather forcefully, a glass of beer on Jinder's face.


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Mahal emerges from that early sequence with the upper hand, as he tries to keep Mojo on the mat with an arm wrench. But a man with that much energy just can't be kept down. 

It's almost against the laws of physics. 
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The Rawley-Mahal feud(?) continues from WrestleMania 33. Two powerhouses here going at it, as they exchange clotheslines and flying knees early