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WWE SmackDown Results, December 12th 2017, live updates and commentary

What will become of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn?
Updated: 13 December 2017 08:31 IST - Published: 13 December 2017 07:53 IST
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That's it for today's commentary of SmackDown Live! Join us again this Sunday for SmackDown's Clash of Champions PPV.

Here are the results of tonight's SmackDown: 

- Charlotte defeats Ruby Riott via disqualification
- Baron Corbin vs Dolph Ziggler - No result due to interference
- Bludgeon Brothers defeat Colin Delaney and a jobber
- Aiden English and Rusev defeat The Usos
- Kevin Owens defeats Shinsuke Nakamura
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Owens and Zayn are interviewed and asked if this would be their last time on SmackDown. Owens says that Shane McMahon, Nakamura or Orton can take this away and calls himself and Zayn the best in the WWE.
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Zayn interferes and Nakamura is distracted which helps Owens land a Pop Up Powerbomb and then the three count.

Kevin Owens defeats Shinsuke Nakamura.
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Nakamura covers after a flurry of knees, but it's just the two count. Owens is then put onto the top rope and Nakamura who is going for the superplex is thrown down by Nakamura; Owens goes for the Swanton bomb, but Nakamura puts his knees up. The referee is inadvertently hit and Daniel Bryan wears the referee's jersey.

Zayn remonstrates with Bryan, but Orton clotheslines him. 
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The two trade punches, and Nakamura then lands a one-legged dropkick on Owens, and then strikes a huge punch, and follows it up by throwing Owens face first to the floor. 

Nakamura then lands a few huge knees on Owens' sternum and then tries to choke him with his foot. 
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Back from the break, Owens clotheslines Nakamura and gets the cover, but it's just the two count. Owens then lands a huge kick and then goes for the Senton, but Nakamura brings his knees up. 
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Owens then works on Nakamura in the corner, then Nakamura retaliates and puts Owens on the top turnbuckle and goes for a knee on Owens, who moves outside the ring, and then throws Nakamura into the barricade when he steps outside. 
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Owens gets Nakamura in a headlock once more  and when he tries to break the lock is thrown to the ground... Owens covers and it's just the two count.
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... Owens still has Nakamura in the headlock as Orton and Zayn watch on from ringside. Owens lands another kick when Nakamura tries to break out of the headlock. Nakamura eventually does and then gets a huge kick to Owens's shoulder. 

Owens rolls outside and when Nakamura moves out, he throws him into the apron and then brings him inside and lands a Senton. 
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Owens lands a few kicks and elbows to Nakamura's head before going in for the headlock, at the start of this match...
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In singles action, Shinsuke Nakamura is to face Kevin Owens in singles action in tonight's main event. 

SmackDown GM Daniel Bryan is ringside on commentary and explains that Shane and him work well together and the two referees should not be an issue this Sunday,
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Shinsuke Nakamura and Randy Orton are in the ring and asked about the inclusion of another referee being conflicting. Orton says that he doesn't like Owens and Zayn and that he and Nakamura will do whatever it takes to get the two fired from SmackDown. 
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Backstage, AJ Styles is interviewed and says that unlike Jinder Mahal, he doesn't need any help and before he can continue, he's assaulted by Jinder Mahal and the Singh Brothers. 

Mahal tells Styles that he will not be beating the odds this Sunday.
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Rusev hits a Matchka Kick and English covers to get the victory.

Aiden English and Rusev defeat The Usos. 
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Back from the break, Rusev has Jey Uso in a bearhug and the match in control. Jey then lands an enzuigiri and Jimmy and English are tagged in; Jimmy then gets a Samoan Drop.

Jimmy then lands a superkick and the cover but is interrupted by Rusev. 
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Rusev and English are in the ring ahead of their tag team match against The Usos, Rusev sings another hilarious song about Rusev Day.

The Usos have their own funny song and are interrupted by Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin, who hype up the match at Clash of Champions.
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Bryan says that it's what the WWE Universe wants and deserves. Zayn says the 'Yep!' movement is about them i.e. Zayn and Owens. Zayn calls Shane a ruthless tyrant.

Bryan says that Shane and him have each other's back, and then goes to announce himself as the second guest referee for their tag team match at Clash of Champions. 
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Bryan asks the two what they're doing with the 'Yep!' movement; Owens says as a tribute to Bryan, they've started the 'Yep!' movement. Owens says that they're treated badly just like Bryan.

Bryan shuts him down by saying that they're nothing like him and says that the 'Yes!' movement was about the fans. 
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After a video of last week's segment is shown, Owens says that Shane McMahon is the worst McMahon of them all. Owens sounds not too pleased with the stipulations of the match at Clash of Champions and calls Shane a 'madman on a rage bender'. 

Owens then says that it's time to stand up to Shane and calls the SmackDown Live roster to 'Occupy SmackDown', but no Superstars walk down to the ring, but is joined by SmackDown GM, Daniel Bryan.
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Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens make their way to the ring, wearing their 'Yep!' movement t-shirts. Zayn says that it's like finally the WWE Universe is united in standing up against WWE management. 

Zayn then says that WWE management took it one step too far last week, alluding to Owens handcuffed to the ropes. 
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The Bludgeon Brothers face off in tag team action against former ECW wrestler Colin Delaney and a jobber; Rowan delivers a dropkick and then tags in Harper, who lands a huge clothesline. Rowan then throws the poor jobber into the ring and after teaming up with what looked like a double powerbomb, get the three count.

The Bludgeon Brothers win.