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WWE SmackDown Live: Results, Latest Updates & Commentary (26th March 2019); New Champion Crowned on SmackDown Live

Can Kurt Angle continue the momentum of his farewell tour with a win over Aj Styles?
Updated: 27 March 2019 07:34 IST - Published: 27 March 2019 07:34 IST
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That's it for this week's incredible SmackDown Live show! Kofi Kingston is finally going to WrestleMania! This is Nishant, signing off. We'll see you next week for the final RAW and SmackDown shows before WrestleMania 35!

Here are the results from the show: 

-- Charlotte Flair defeats Asuka and is the new SmackDown Women's Champion
-- AJ Styles defeats Kurt Angle by disqualification
-- Xavier Woods and Big E win Gauntlet match; Kofi Kingston's match against Daniel Bryan confirmed for WrestleMania 35.
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The SmackDown locker room are out celebrating with The New Day as Kofi Kingston overcomes all odds to get his WrestleMania opportunity!
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Vince McMahon is interviewed while he's leaving the venue and confirms that Kofi Kingston is going to WrestleMania!
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Woods from nowhere disrupts the submission and then kicks Rowan, followed by a moonsault on Rowan on the outside. Big E then catches Bryan mid-air followed by the Big Ending, but Rowan disrupts the count. Rowan then plants Big E down, but Big E kicks out, somehow.

Bryan then tells Rowan to clear the commentary table; Woods sends Bryan into the barricade, and then turn over the commentary table on Rowan, as the referee starts the ten count as Rowan is the legal man!

Rowan can't get back into the ring, and Xavier Woods and Big E win the match!

Daniel Bryan and Rowan are eliminated

Kofi is going to WrestleMania!
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Rowan attacks Big E, while Bryan attacks Woods, before they isolate Big E, and Woods is thrown into the side of the ring. Bryan continues his attack by lashing Big E's leg onto the ring post, and then mocks Big E by slapping him. Big E counters with blows to Rowan, but Bryan takes him down with a half crab submission move. 
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Big E and Xavier Woods have to face one more tag team - Daniel Bryan and Rowan!
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The Usos say that Kofi Kingston deserves a WWE Championship match, and that he's earned their respect as well as the other Superstars in the locker room, and the fans.

The Usos forfeit their match! Big E and Xavier Woods win the match over The Usos

An irate Daniel Bryan is seen in the locker room and isn't happy with The Usos forfeiting their match. 
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The next opponents to Big E and Xavier Woods are their longtime rivals, The Usos. But Big E is no state to compete after being put through the table. 
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Following the match, The Bar attack Big E and Woods, and put Big E through a table. 
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Back from the commercial break, Cesaro is working on Big E's left leg. Sheamus is tagged in and goes to the top rope, but E moves away; Sheamustries a Brogue Kick, but Big E catches him and drops him to the floor. Woods and Cesaro are tagged in and Cesaro's upper cut doesn't end in victory for Sheamus and Cesaro.

Woods then gets a roll up cover over Sheamus after some distraction on the outside, and he gets the win.

Sheamus and Cesaro are eliminated
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Big E lands an elbow on Sheamus, and then makes the tag to Woods. Woods lands kicks to Cesaro and then a DDT to Sheamus. He then wipes out both members of The Bar on the outside and then lands a leg drop from the top rope, but Sheamus just about breaks the three count!
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Big E kicks away Cesaro, but Cesaro comes back quickly and tag in Sheamus, isolating E from his teammate, Woods. 
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The Bar are in control as they work on Big E's left leg. Big E counters, but can't get the tag. Cesaro tags in and swings around Big E before putting him in the sharpshooter. 
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Big E and Xavier Woods' next opponents are The Bar, after the eliminated Anderson and Gallows, as well as Rusev and Nakamura in this tag team gauntlet match.
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Woods makes the tag to Big E, who lands three belly-to-belly suplexes and then follows it up with a splash. Rusev is tagged in but is quickly driven into the steel stairs by Big E. A distraction helps Nakamura and Rusev take advantage, and Nakamura lands a big kick to Big E. Nakamura almost seems to have the win but Woods breaks the pinfall.

Woods is then tagged in after Nakamura runs into the post. Woods and Big E land another UpUpDownDown on Nakamura.

Nakamura and Rusev are eliminated
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Nakamura chokes Woods with a boot to Woods' throat, and then puts Woods in a sleeper hold.
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Nakamura and Woods start off first. Woods lands a hurricanerana, but Nakamura counters with a kick to the head of Woods and the stomach. Rusev is tagged in, and he lands lofty blows on Woods, followed by a kick to Woods' shoulder. 
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Their next opponents are Shinsuke Nakamura and Rusev. 
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Xavier Woods and Big E will face off against Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows first in the tag team gauntlet match.

Woods lands the first blow, and after a superkick, the duo land the UpUpDownDown on Anderson, and get the win.

Anderson and Gallows are eliminated
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Shane agrees to the Falls Count Anywhere stipulation that The Miz proposed. 

Shane says that he's disappointed that he didn't inflict more pain on The Miz's father. Shane calls Miz's father a mistake, which infuriates Miz, who attacks security and then the WWE Superstars, including Sanity and Shelton Benjamin, but the numbers game goes against The Miz. 
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Shane McMahon calls The Miz as dumb as his father looks, as an image is displayed of Shane holding Miz's father's face. 

Shane says the more he watches video footage of his attack on Miz's father, it makes him feel better. 
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The Miz is in the ring, and says he will rip apart Shane McMahon limb by limb, part by part at WrestleMania 35. He announces that his match with Shane at WrestleMania 35 will be a Falls Count Anywhere match. 

Shane McMahon enters the arena, and has security, as well as a few SmackDown Superstars to protect him from The Miz. 
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Angle now counters with an Ankle Lock on Styles but Styles reverses out of it, but Randy Orton comes out of nowhere and lands an RKO on AJ Styles.

Kurt Angle lands an Angle Slam on Orton, as the match ends with a victory for AJ Styles.

AJ Styles defeats Kurt Angle by disqualification
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Styles and Angle embrace before the match; Angle quickly lands a German Suplex, and Styles then counters with a Calf Crusher!
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AJ Styles says he's honoured to be a part of Angle's last SmackDown match, but that he's not taking this match lightly.
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Next, we have Kurt Angle vs AJ Styles, in what will be Angle's final match on SmackDown!
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Charlotte Flair becomes the first woman to win 8 titles in WWE! A new record. 
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Asuka puts Charlotte in a triangle but Charlotte uses her power to lift the champ and lands a powerbomb, but Asuka once again kicks out! Asuka once again counters the Figure Eight, and finally lands it, and Asuka taps out!

We have a new SmackDown Women's Champion!

Charlotte Flair defeats Asuka and is the new SmackDown Women's Champion
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Charlotte lands a Spanish Fly from the top rope, but Asuka once again kicks out! This is an incredible match. Charlotte looks shocked and cannot believe it. 
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Back from the commercial break, Charlotte lands multiple chops, and then goes to land the Figure Eight but Asuka kicks Charlotte away multiple times and then lands a huge kick to the side of Flair's face, but Flair just about kicks out once again. 
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