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WWE SmackDown results 12/13/16, live updates

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Updated: 14 December 2016 08:32 IST - Published: 13 December 2016 22:20 IST
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And that's a wrap, folks! Thanks for tuning in to our Smackdown Live card today! We'll catch you over at the 205 Live card next!

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Fatal Four-way match: The Miz (with Maryse) vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Luke Harper

This match is to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Championship currently held by the champion AJ Styles. Dean Ambrose makes his entrance first. Dolph Ziggler comes out next. The Miz makes his entrance next, accompanied by Maryse. Luke Harper is the last to come out as we cut to commercials.

Back from the commercials, Luke Harper takes out Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler almost immediately. He connects with an uppercut on Ziggler and then connects with a suicide dive on a ringside Dean Ambrose. He then stares down the Miz who claps at him in return. The Miz attempts to negotiate with Luke Harper but Harper connects with a right uppercut and a clothesline.

Harper then attempts to pin The Miz but Miz kicks out. Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler team up to take Harper down as Ziggler connects with a dropkick. The two then toss Harper over the top rope.

Ambrose then beats down Ziggler in the ring. Miz comes back and uses Ambrose's own momentum against him to send him flying over the top rope. Miz then attempts a pin on Ziggler but Ziggler kicks out. Miz then kicks both Ambrose and Luke Harper with dropkicks. Miz proceeds to taunt Daniel Bryan and then connects with a series of "Yes kicks" on Ziggler.

Ziggler attempts to claw his way back into the match but The Miz hits him with a series of corner dropkicks. Ambrose comes back into the ring and beats down the Miz, he then goes after a ringside Luke Harper but Luke Harper reverses Ambrose's suicide dive into a beatdown of his own.

Luke Harper gets in the ring and stares down AJ Styles at ringside. Harper then proceeds to beat Ziggler down in the middle of the ring and pins him. Ziggler kicks out. Harper hits Ziggler with an uppercut and irish whips him into the corner. Ziggler falls from the power and the momentum. Harper takes on Ambrose at ringside and drives him into the barricading.

Harper then goes after The Miz but the Miz runs away. Back in the ring, Luke Harper puts Ziggler in an Argentine backbreaker but Dean Ambrose interferes. Ambrose attempts a dirty deeds on Luke Harper but Ziggler superkicks Ambrose instead. Harper hits Ziggler with a clothesline and Ambrose wipes Harper out with a clothesline of his own. All three men are knocked out in the ring.

The Miz enters the ring and attempts to pin Ziggler, Ziggler kicks out. Miz then tries to pin Luke Harper but Harper kicks out as well. Miz then argues with the referee and is about to pin Ambrose but Ambrose rolls Miz up for the pin and the Miz is eliminated from the match as a result. We cut to commercials.

Back from the commercials, Dean Ambrose connects with a fisherman's suplex on Ziggler and pins him but Ziggler kicks out. Luke Harper is at ringside. Ambrose then Irish whips Ziggler and connects with a backbreaker, he attempts a pin on Ziggler again but Ziggler kicks out. 

Ambrose then puts Ziggler in a modified crossface but Ziggler successfully gets out of it. A snap suplex by Ambrose connects on Ziggler as he goes for another pin attempt. Ziggler kicks out in two. Ambrose then goes on the top rope, Ziggler follows him there.

Luke Harper gets into the ring and hoists Ziggler on his shoulders, attempting a torture rack. But Ziggler connects with a Shinsei. Dean Ambrose gets his flying clothesline off on Ziggler and pins him, but Ziggler kicks out. 

A back and forth between Ziggler and ensues in the middle of the ring with both men attempting to pin each other. They eventually wipe each other out after connecting simultaneous clotheslines. 

Harper then connects with a superkick on Ziggler and a side suplex on Ambrose. Harper attempts to pin Ambrose, but Ambrose kicks out. Harper then connects with a sit-out powerbomb on Dolph Ziggler but Ziggler kicks out. 

Harper drives his forearm on to Dean Ambrose in the corner a couple of times, before attempting a power move on Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler reverses it with a superkick on Luke Harper. This is followed by a Dirty Deeds by Dean Ambrose on Harper. Ambrose pins Luke Harper and eliminates him. 

Dolph Ziggler and Dean Ambrose trade blows in the middle of the ring, with Ziggler getting the upper hand. Ambrose drives Ziggler into the steel ring post. Ambrose then goes on to the top rope but Ziggler follows him up there and connects with an Avalanche facebuster, completely knocking Dean Ambrose out. Ambrose rolls Ziggler into a package but Ziggler kicks out. 

The two men are knocked out in the middle of the ring as The Miz appears at ringside. Miz gets hit with a topa suicida by Dean Ambrose and Ziggler hits him with a superkick. Ambrose takes advantage of the distraction and drives Ziggler's head into the ring post. He throws Ziggler back into the ring and starts to follow him there.

The Miz grabs on to Dean Ambrose's leg and distracts him. Ziggler capitalizes on this distraction and manages to hit Ambrose with a superkick. Ziggler pins Dean Ambrose and gets the win.

Result: Dolph Ziggler defeats Dean Ambrose, The Miz and Luke Harper to become the #1 Contender for the WWE Championship.

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Smackdown Women's Championship match: Alexa Bliss vs. Becky Lynch

The match begins with Becky Lynch chasing Alexa Bliss around the ring. Becky tries to put Alexa in the dis-arm-her but Alexa avoids it by crawling to the ropes. Becky then puts Alexa in a facelock, which Alexa works her way around. Becky manages to put her in a side-headlock.

Becky goes for an arm-drag but Alexa avoids it. Alexa then manages to get hit by another Arm-drag anyway. A springboard sidekick connects on Alexa Bliss as Alexa reverses the momentum by dropkicking Becky. Alexa then attempts a pin but Becky kicks out.

Becky gets back into the match by attempting to pin Alexa but Alexa kicks out of it. Becky then connects with a series of clotheslines and connects with a flying firearm. Becky locks in the dis-arm-her but Alexa almost immediately makes it to the ropes to break out of it.

Alexa then slides out of the ring and the two women battle it out at ringside. Becky gets the upper hand and beats Alexa down, she then throws Alexa back into the ring but Alexa Bliss slides out of the other side and appears to be injured.

The referee counts Alexa out, Becky Lynch runs after Alexa after the match is over and starts beating her down. Alexa gets the upper hand and kicks Becky down using the same injured leg, signifying that she wasn't injured in the first place. Becky Lynch manages to reverse the momentum and starts kicking Alexa, Alexa manages to run away from the ring.

Result: Becky Lynch defeats Alexa Bliss via Count-out, Alexa Bliss retains her title

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Match: Alexa Bliss vs. Deonna Purrazzo 

Alexa Bliss makes her entrance as Deonna Purrazzo is already in the ring. Bliss then cuts off the ring announcer saying that she had heard enough of him and tells the timekeeper to not "dare" ring the bell. She then talks her opponent down and says that she didn't do "charity cases", calling Deonna "Jane Ellsworth".

She tells Deonna that it was nothing personal and hits her immediately before the match could even begin. She then gets back on the mic after having thrown Deonna out of the ring. Becky Lynch makes her entrance, Becky apologises to Alexa Bliss for last week and then asks her for her rematch since Alexa and Becky were both in their ring gear. 

Alexa Bliss responds by saying that she would give Becky her rematch, but slides out of the ring saying that it wouldn't be tonight and that it would be on her terms. Shane McMahon's music hits as he makes his entrance. 

Shane McMahon tells Alexa that they didn't roll like that on Smackdown. He then tells the timekeeper that the timekeeper could ring the bell now because the match was next. 

Result: No-contest as the match never began

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