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WWE SmackDown Live Results: June 12, 2018, Live Results and Commentary

Catch all the live updates from the go home show before Money in the Bank!
Updated: 13 June 2018 07:36 IST - Published: 13 June 2018 07:36 IST
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Well that's it! The clock strikes 3am here in the UK and I'm out of here. I hope you enjoyed SmackDown Live, and with just a few days remaining until Money in the Bank, it looks like we're in for an interesting show.

See you Sunday!
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SPOILER RESULTS for SmackDown Live:

Daniel Bryan defeats Shelton Benjamin
Rusev defeats Samoa Joe
Jeff Hardy defeats Shinsuke Nakamura via disqualification
Asuka, Naomi, Charlotte, Lana & Becky Lynch defeat Carmella, Absolution & The IIconics
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Post-match, Naomi, Lana, Charlotte & Becky surround Asuka in the middle of the ring. They stare at one another and then look up at the briefcase to end the show.
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Carmella's superkick gets a close two-fall on Naomi, but Asuka breaks it up. Carmella tried to roll The Empress of Tomorrow up, but Asuka pops out and locks in the Asuka Lock - and gets the submission!

Asuka, Naomi, Charlotte, Lana & Becky Lynch defeat Carmella, Absolution & The IIconics
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A nice reversal from Asuka into the Asuka Lock on Mandy Rose, but this has broken down into chaos as everyone gets involved - a WWE classic!
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Charlotte went for a moonsault but a Carmella distraction allowed Royce to get her knees up. Deville and Rose then come into the fold and try to take over from Charlotte, but The Queen gets the tag to Asuka.
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Hang tight for the babyface comeback - and in comes Charlotte Flair!
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The dynamics of tag team wrestling will probably never go out of fashion, and you can probably thank NXT for that over the last few years.
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It doesn't matter what you say, Carmella deserves this title reign. She's doing well to neutralise Becky Lynch in the corner for team heel.
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WWE run a Special Olympics promo. These kinds of videos are just the best.
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The entrances for the 10-woman tag have begun with Naomi, followed closely by Charlotte Flair.
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It's time to run down Sunday's card once again, and for me, I'm doing well to keep my eyes open. That's nothing against SD Live, I'm just astonishingly tired - but there are some fun matches on the bill for Chicago this weekend.
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Height jokes are a bit much at this stage, but we're enjoying this intensity from Cass. He could still work as a babyface one day.
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A suited and booted Big Cass dismisses Renee Young and talks about the appearance he made earlier today, where he took a height requirement billboard - probably as a dig at Daniel Bryan.
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Carmella could legitimately build a stable out of her team and we'd be game for it.
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WrestleMania is different, of course. They may as well make that a 24-hour marathon now.
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The best thing about this show is that it's flown by, but as we all know, the four-hour pay-per-view model is right around the corner and it could do some serious damage to the quality of these dual-branded shows.
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Renee Young asks Carmella backstage whether or not she's concerned about Asuka, and Carmella laughs it off. She claims she's not concerned at all - but the question remains, as to whether or not she'll get a helping hand on Sunday..
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Nakamura counts to ten with the crowd, signifying what he's capable of. Can we actually get an entertaining Last Man Standing bout on Sunday?
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Jeff goes for a Twist of Fate again, but Nakamura rolls through, drops to his knees, and executes a picture perfect low blow. Then, out comes the Kinshasa. WHY NAKS WHY?

Jeff Hardy defeats Shinsuke Nakamura via disqualification
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After countering Shinsuke, Jeff hits the Twist of Fate and then NAILS THE SWANTON BOMB! Unfortunately he hurts his back on the way down and hesitates with the pinfall, allowing Nakamura to get his foot on the bottom rope.
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Hardy throws everything against the wall as he does so often with a nice Whisper in the Wind.
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An early Twist of Fate attempt fails from Jeff, as Nakamura just seems to be a step ahead of him in terms of the pacing. It's an interesting story, but we don't want to see the US champion lose again.
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Nakamura is in control after the break, although Jeff is slowly building back into the match.
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It seems like Jeff may be struggling with his knee but not in a 'work' kind of way. A dive off the ring apron from Hardy to the outside takes us into the ad break where we can learn about washing machines and stuff.
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Graves says Nakamura vs Styles at MITB 'might' be the last match between the two men. They can't extend it beyond that, surely?
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If you hate Shinsuke's heel theme then get in the bin, you aren't welcome here.
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SmackDown Live will take place in Toledo, OH next week, 48 hours after Money in the Bank.