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WWE SmackDown Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from Friday Night SmackDown (18th December 2020)

Will the Street Profits retain their titles against Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode?
Updated: 19 December 2020 08:51 IST - Published: 18 December 2020 12:49 IST
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Thanks for joining us tonight, folks. We'll see you Sunday for WWE TLC. 
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Kayla Braxton approaches Roman for a question, and the Tribal Chief is in a good mood. Well, he was until they saw that Owens emerged from the rubble, saying that he would take the Universal Championship at TLC or die trying. 

Reigns, Jey, and Heyman stormed off upset. They failed. 
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They bury Owens under tables, ladders, and chairs before they batter the pile with chairs. Reigns and Uso leave the ring as a motionless Kevin Owens lay under the rubble. Will Owens even make it to TLC? The odds don't look good. 
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Owens is demolished by Reigns and Uso again, and Jey puts him through yet another table. Owens refuses to stay down and struggles to get to his feet. Roman Reigns says that he had the opportunity of a lifetime, but chose to anger the Universal Champion instead. A Samoan Drop through the table leaves Owens in a heap. 
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Roman Reigns, alongside Jey Uso and Paul Heyman, come down to the ring for the final time tonight Reigns says that it's crazy that anyone would risk their health and an opportunity at a title match at TLC. if Owens had done what Reigns had said, it would've been an easy ride on Sunday. 

Owens comes out and batters Jey Uso with a chair. He attempts to stun Roman Reigns but is superkicked by Jey. A spear cuts him down, and Jey tosses chairs and tables into the ring. 
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Bayley catches Bianca running in, dropping Bayley with a flapjack on the top turnbuckle. Bianca responds with one of her own and a spinebuster. Bayley just kicks out. 

Bayley goes for a pin using the ropes but the ref notices, breaking things up. Bianca blocks a Bayley-to-Belley and trips Bayley up for a schoolboy. A deadlift powerbomb fails as Bayley rakes Bianca's eyes. The Rose Plant knocks Bianca out cold. 

Bayley defeats Bianca Belair via pinfall. 
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Back from the break, Bayley claims that she's the Er of WWE as Bianca sends her into the steps. Back in the ring, Bianca fires up on the former SmackDown Women's Champion. A stalling suplex plants Bayley. 

Belair wrings out Bayley's arm with several wrenches and a hip toss. The handspring moonsault connects for a two-count. A backbreaker/gutbuster combo drops Bayley for another near fall. 
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Bayley wraps Bianca Belair in the ropes, tweaking her arm for a bit before breaking the hold. Bianca gets hanged up in the ropes, but some taunting to the camera by Bayley allowed Bianca to get back in the match with a leg trip. 

Belair takes out Bayley with a single leg dropkick. As she sets up for the handspring splash, Bayley slides through the ropes, taking her arm and whipping it into the ringside panel.  
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It's time for a high caliber match up between Bayley and Bianca Belair. Can the Est. of WWE manage to take out the MVP of SmackDown, or will Bayley prove her dominance over yet another SmackDown Superstar? 
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Shockingly, the first Sami Award goes to Sami Zayn. There were a lot of names that could have taken it this year. Edge, Roman, and more. Still, Sami manages to grab his first Sami for the Comeback of 2020. 

Next up is for the match of the year. The Sami Award 2020 Match of the Year goes to Sami Zayn vs Jeff Hardy and AJ Styles at Clash of Champions. Two Sami Awards back to back! That's incredible!

Finally, it's time for the Sami for Superstar of the Year. The award goes to...Big E! Sami Zayn is stunned when Big E's name is read, and the multi-time tag team champion gladly accepted his award before attacking the Intercontinental Champion. 
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It's time for the Sami Awards. Sami Zayn says that the Slammy Awards haven't been good since the era of Jack Tunney. They're about corporate favorites, but not the Sami Awards. 

We then take a look at the year that Sami Zayn has had. The Intercontinental Champion has proven to be quite resourceful in his run so far, managing to find a way to beat every single challenger that he's come across. 
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Backstage, Gable says Otis should have hit the caterpillar. "Don't do what I say. Do what I mean." 
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After a body splash in the corner, Otis goes for the Caterpillar, but Gable tells him to go for a suplex instead. Though Nakamura counters, leading to Gable turning ghost white, Otis is able to hit the exploder suplex and the Vader Bomb for the win. 

Otis defeats Shinsuke Nakamura via pinfall. 

The Alpha Academy picks up a big win. 
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Otis takes Shinsuke Nakamura on in singles action next. Otis catches the former US Champion with a big slam but is caught with a knee on the apron. Nakamura continues to pelt the big man with stiff knees and kicks. 

Otis fires up, though, and runs through the Artist with a series of clotheslines, including a discus lariat. 
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Kevin Owens is backstage getting checked out by a doctor when Jey Uso attacks him once again. Main Event Jey is relentless. 
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As Carmella takes a sip of the champagne, Sasha's music hits. Carmella's sommelier tries to cut her off at the ramp, but Sasha comes in from behind, locking Carmella in the Bank Statement. 

The sommelier pulls Banks off and Carmella hits her with a bottle of champagne.
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Carmella claims that she's already in Sasha Banks' head, so the war has already been won. After she beats The Boss at TLC, she'll mentally break, because she'll finally know she isn't the best. 
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Carmella is out next for her pre-championship toast. She's already decided that she'll be walking out of TLC with the SmackDown Women's Championship. 
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Tamina plants Ruby with a Samoan Drop, but Billie again greedily goes for the pin. The Riott Squad sends Tamina to the floor and drop Billie for the second week in a row. 

The Riott Squad defeat Billie Kay and Tamina via pinfall. 
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The Riott Squad is up next, and Billie Kay has a 2nd generation star in her team tonight. That's right, it's Tamina. 

Tamina easily overpowers Liv Morgan, forcing her to tag out to Ruby for some stereo kicks. However, Tamina nearly decapitates Ruby with a clothesline, leading to Billie screaming on the apron. 
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Later on tonight, Bianca Belair will face the Role Model Bayley. Belair says that Bayley is the measuring stick, and tonight she'll surpass her. 
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Ziggler and Roode complain and blame ref Charles Robinson for their loss, leading to Robinson threatening to have them suspended. They back off. 

Backstage, Jey Uso attacks Kevin Owens with a steel chair while he's being escorted by Adam Pearce and ref Jessika Carr. Owens again takes some serious damage ahead of TLC.
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Ziggler's superkick is blocked, and the Anointment connects. Ford hits the Frog Splash, but the damage to Ford's ribs prevents him from getting a quick cover. Roode tags in, only to be rolled up by Ford, who grabs hold of the tights for the win. 

The Street Profits defeat Dolph Ziggler and Bobby Roode via pinfall. 
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Roode counters the Anointment, but can't connect with the Glorious DDT. Ziggler tags in and is launched sky-high by Roode for a nasty Fameasser. Somehow, Dawkins kicks out. 
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A gourdbuster by Roode earns another two-count. The Glorious One and the Show Off control the match for the better part of ten minutes. However, avoiding two body splashes by his challengers, Ford is able to finally make it to Dawkins. 

Dawkins comes in like a house on fire, dumping both men with big slams. A butterfly spinning neckbreaker drops Roode for a close call. 
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Roode and Ziggler batter Ford on their side of the ring, leaving Angelo Dawkins fuming on the apron. A stiff quick dropkick to the ribs leaves Ford crumbling to the mat. 
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The Profits rock their challengers with a pair of dropkicks, leading to Montez Ford getting an early two-count on Dolph Ziggler. Ford plants Ziggler with the back suplex and follows up with a standing moonsault. 

Ford sets his sights on Roode, allowing Ziggler time to recover and knock Ford to the apron. Ford responds with a right, but is knocked off the top by Roode, sending him jaw first into the barricade. 
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Prior to the Tag Title Match, movie star Clark Duke picks the Street Profits to come out on top tonight. 
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