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

What will happen when Jey Uso and Roma Reigns will team up?
Updated: 19 September 2020 07:53 IST - Published: 18 September 2020 13:45 IST
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Thanks for joining us for the ride, folks! We'll see you next week for Monday Night RAW! 
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Jey picks up the Universal Championship and holds onto it just a bit too long. Reigns embraces his cousin and smiles. However, once Jey walks up the ramp, The Big Dog's smile fades. 
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Corbin goes after Reigns with his scepter but is rocked with Jey by the Universal Championship. Roman Reigns spears Corbin, but in a reverse of last week, Jey stole the pin from Reigns with the Uso Splash. 

Jey Uso & Roman Reigns defeat King Corbin & Sheamus via pinfall. 
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Reigns lays out Corbin by launching a chair into his face. Sheamus sets up for White Noise on the announcer's desk, but Reigns gets out and hoofs Sheamus in the groin. A Samoan Drop plants Sheamus on the table. 

Roman drives Corbin into the ring post before spearing Sheamus through the barricade, nearly into the first row of fans. 
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With Roman launched over the announcer's desk, Corbin and Sheamus set up a table inside for Jey. The former SmackDown Tag Team Champion gets catapulted through the table, but Jey manages to kick out. 
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Roman batters Corbin with a chair, but when he goes to the floor he's met with Sheamus's running pump knee to the jaw. Sheamus and Corbin take turns hammering the Universal Champion. 
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Roman dumps Sheamus over the barricade. When he stands up, a superkick lays out the former champion. Corbin plants Jey with a Deep Six on the floor before going after Roman in the ring. 
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This time, Roman and Jey are on the same page. Jey goes after Corbin while Reigns faces off against his longtime rival Sheamus.  
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Roman Reigns is out with Paul Heyman for the Samoan Street Fight. Reigns says he's out here first because he doesn't want there to be any confusion. This is his yard, his island, his ring, his WWE. 
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Poor Larry. 
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Corbin and Sheamus are talking shop when one of the security guards reveals that Sheamus's car is being towed. As Sheamus moves to the car lot, he's attacked by the returning Big E. 

Sheamus sends the guard into him, and Big E gets his revenge by driving the guard into the windshield with a belly-to-belly. He's not finished yet and tosses the guard into a trunk. 

Adam Pearce demands that E leave the arena. He agrees, but not before laying out a threat against the Celtic Warrior. 
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Otis and Tucker are backstage when Otis is served. Tucker says they need a lawyer because if Otis doesn't forfeit the MITB contract, they're going to court. 
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Hardy challenges both men to a Triple Threat Ladder Match at Clash of Champions: Gold Rush. 
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Zayn plants Styles with a Blue Thunder Bomb, but can't get the win. He's able to avoid the Calf Crusher and launches Styles into the corner with a turnbuckle exploder. 

As Styles struggles to get to his feet, he avoids the Helluva Kick. Zayn responds with a roll-up, going for a handful of tights. The ref refuses to count it but missed=s when Styles pulls the same tactic. 

AJ Styles defeats Sami Zayn via pinfall. 

After the match, Jeff Hardy attacks both men. He brings out a ladder, managing to take out both pretenders to his throne. Back inside, Zayn is planted with the Twist of Fate. As Hardy climbs the ladder, Zayn rolls to the floor to escape. 
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Styles hits his patented combination and the Pele kick, but can't get to the cover. 
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Back from the break, Zayn avoids the Phenomenal Forearm and drops Styles with a stun gun. A suplex is blocked, as Styles turns it into a neckbreaker. 
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Zayn manages to turn things around after forcing Styles to chase him around ringside. He catches Styles rolling in with a DDT. 

Zayn sets AJ up for the Helluva Kick on the apron, but misses, jamming his knee on the ring post. As he falls to the floor, he's hit with a dive by Styles. 
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Next up is AJ Styles vs Sami Zayn. The Great Liberator is, again, upset that the ring announcer didn't announce him as the Intercontinental Champion. 

Styles blindsides Zayn before sending him inside the ring. As the bell rings, Styles hits the Ushigoroshi, getting a near fall. 
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Banks says that Bayley is naive. She's nothing without The Boss. Now that their friendship is over, Banks promises to take the one thing that Bayley loves. She'll take the SmackDown Women's Championship. 

Bayley blindsides her with a chair and wraps it around Banks' neck before she's stopped by security. 
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Graves asks what the extent of Banks' injuries are. The Boss says she's still here. 

Cole goes into the statement that Bayley made last week, claiming that Banks was just biding her time until she'd attack Bayley. However, Bayley was playing her for a fool all these years. They were never friends. 

Banks nearly broke down in tears when she went over the bond they had over their love of wrestling. 
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Sasha Banks joins Michael Cole and Corey Graves from the WWE Performance Center. We get a video package highlighting Bayley's psychotic attack against her former best friend. 
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A hype package surrounding Roman Reigns and Jey Uso narrated by Paul Heyman plays. Heyman goes through the accomplishments of both men but downplays Jey's while inflating the ego of the Tribal Chief. 
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Evans verbally runs down Alexa Bliss and the commentary team, which seems to lock Bliss into a trance. When Evans says "The Fiend" Bliss stands up and drives Evans into the floor with Sister Abigail. 
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Lacey Evans rubs hand sanitizer in Nikki Cross's eyes right in front of the referee, who does absolutely nothing. Cross shoves Evans off and mauls her in the corner. A monkey flip connects, and Cross stomps the hand of Evans. 

A big twisting tornado DDT and elevated swinging neckbreaker plants Evans for the win. 

Nikki Cross defeats Lacey Evans via pinfall. 
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Evans continues the pressure on the arm, trying to tear Nikki's left shoulder out of the socket. Nikki manages to counter with a roll-up for a two. 

Evans crushes Cross with a clothesline, though, and hits several arm breakers. 
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Evans traps Cross in the corner and yanks her arm around the ropes. The handstand seated senton earns her a two-count on Cross. 
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Lacey Evans rolls to the floor to get some sanitizer. She's taken ou with a basement dropkick. Inside the ring, Cross goes for a sleeper, but Evans drives her into the corner. 

Cross responds with a crossbody and rolls Evans up in a cradle for a very close call. 
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Bliss says that she wishes she could give an answer. The only thing she can say is that she's scared that she's going through some kind of change. 

Lacey Evans interrupts and says that Alexa Bliss leaving the match last week threw her off her game. She also states that Nikki Cross doesn't have a mean streak, and that's why she'll never beat Bayley. 

Nikki steals Evans' handkerchief and blows her nose in it before kicking Evans in the face. 
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Bliss is happy with the answer and excited to see what Cross will do at Clash of Champions. 

Cross has her own tough question. What happened last week? What was with Sister Abigail? Where did she go afterward? 
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Bliss says that she has to ask the hard questions, and starts off asking why this title match against Bayley is any different from all the matches they had this summer. Cross says that the difference is that there's no Sasha Banks. 

Yeah. Yeah, that's a good point.
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