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WWE SmackDown Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from Friday Night SmackDown after Hell In A Cell (30th October 2020)

What does The Tribal Chief have in store for the WWE Universe on SmackDown?
Updated: 31 October 2020 07:48 IST - Published: 30 October 2020 13:38 IST
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Thanks for following along with us, folks. We'll see you next week for Monday Night RAW. 

Kevin Owens defeats Dolph Ziggler 
Bianca Belair defeats Billie Kay 
The Street Profits defeat Nakamura and Cesaro 
Jey Uso defeats Daniel Bryan 

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Reigns, proudly, leaves the ring. 
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How does Jey show his love for Roman? An Uso Splash through the announce table for Daniel Bryan. Jey isn't done there, as he continues to assault Bryan, bashing his head against the broken desk. 
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After the match, Jey Uso says that he's falling in line. Roman Reigns is the head of the table. Roman looks down at Daniel Bryan, and Jey knows what he wants. 

A superkick and second Uso Splash leaves Bryan in a heap. Jey says he understands what Roman has been doing. He loves Roman. The Universal Champion tells him to make Bryan understand how much he loves Roman, and he obliges. 
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Jey counters a suicide dive with a kick, but gets caught in the LeBell Lock after Bryan countered the Uso Splash.  Jey manages to get to the ropes, but Bryan keeps up the aggression with more kicks. A running dropkick is countered with a pair of superkicks, and Jey finishes him with the Uso Splash. 

Jey Uso defeats Daniel Bryan via pinfall. 

Jey joins Kevin Owens at Survivor Series. 
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During the break, Daniel Bryan takes over, rocking Jey in the tree of woe with more kicks, and a running dropkick. Bryan goes for an avalanche back suplex, but Jey turns it into a crossbody. He and Bryan trade nearfalls. 
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Jey is incredibly aggressive here tonight, stomping out Daniel Bryan in the corner. Bryan manages to turn things around, stepping off the turnbuckle pads for a big running forearm. Bryan rocks Jey with a series of Yes Kicks but misses the big roundhouse. 

As Jey rolls to the floor, Roman Reigns makes his presence known. 
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Jey Uso takes Daniel Bryan to the ropes, not going for a clean break and beating down the former WWE Champion. Right hands, headbutts, body slams, oh my!
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It's time for the next Survivor Series Qualifier. Daniel Bryan takes on Jey Uso in our main event. 
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Sasha, in the same chair Bayley had been holding all these weeks, thanked her former best friend for showing her the light. The Boss is the blueprint and the rightful SmackDown Women's Champion. 

Banks claims to be the best of the best, and she'll prove it when she beats Asuka at Survivor Series. Bayley interrupts and says that she can't beat Asuka without Bayley in her corner. Next week, she's challenging Banks for the belt, and it will be the ending of yet another short title reign for The Boss. 

We're getting a SmackDown Women's Title match next week. 
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Sasha Banks is out next, Cole says "Boss Time" and I think back to better times when Brock Lesnar used to attack the commentary table... Anyway, the new SmackDown Women's Champion addresses the WWE Universe next. 
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Backstage, Sami Zayn says that there's nobody better to represent the Intercontinental Championship than Sami Zayn. He's loved and adored in every country around the world. The Great Liberator is the Champion of the people. 

Bobby Lashley, however, represents one country that...well... he decides to not get political. At Survivor Series, he'll prove that the Intercontinental Championship is far superior to the US Championship. 
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Cesaro nearly decapitates Dawkins with a discus clothesline. As they set up for a Doomsday Device, Dawkins escapes Cesaro's shoulders and plants him with The Anointment. A superplex to Nakamura sets up for Montez Ford's super-high frog splash. 

The Street Profits defeat Shinsuke Nakamura and Cesaro via pinfall. 


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Montez escapes Nakamura's reverse exploder, ducking both of his kicks and hitting a big kick on the King of Strong Style. The powerhouse Angelo Dawkins comes in, taking out both opponents like a house on fire. 

A right nearly knocks Nakamura out, while an exploder tosses Cesaro to the floor. Nakamura responds with his heel kick, and places him up top for the running high knee. 

Cesaro tags in as they hit a flying knee/gutwrench powerbomb combo. Ford breaks the pin up, but is tossed into Cesaro's boot for his trouble. 
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Seriously, that man is as strong as an ox. 
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The Street Profits are on fire early on in the bout, taking out Cesaro and Nakamura with ease. However, just before the break, Cesaro launches Montez Ford sky-high with a press. 
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The Street Profits aren't upset about the New Day's impressions of them. After all, imitation is the greatest form of flattery. However, at Survivor Series, they'll look to knock off one of the greatest tag teams in WWE history. 

Tonight, though, they're set for a match against former SmackDown Tag Team Champs Shinsuke Nakamura and Cesaro. Can they defeat the new reigning champs on the Blue Brand? 
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Dominik rushes in and attacks Rollins. Murphy pulls him off to get some licks in on Rollins himself. Dominik then goes after Murphy, and Rey joins in. Before they can hit the 619, Aalyah steps in her father's way. 

Aalyah refuses to go with the Mysterios, announcing that she loves Murphy. Rey and Dominik leave, again asking Aalyah to leave. Instead, she picks up Murphy and kisses him. 

Well, doesn't look like this is over. 
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It's not the Mysterios who come out, but the Messiah Seth Rollins. Murphy's former leader says that they'll never forgive him, but he will. Rollins not only accepts the apology, should Murphy give it, but also accepts the relationship between Murphy and Aalyah. 

Rollins says he's not the bad guy, he's never been. He only poked out Rey's eye because his hand was forced. Her father is controlling her, and her brother is a coward. Not only that, he's jealous of Aalyah and the attention she's getting. 
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Murphy says he understands why Rey and Dominik hate him. He's done some horrific things under Seth Rollins. Tonight, he publicly asks for forgiveness from the father-son duo. 
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Carmella is backstage, claiming to be "that woman" who is willing to do whatever it takes to get ahead. No matter what, she'll always win. Next week, she'll prove why she's untouchable. 
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Unfortunately for Kay, Nattie is able to put Billie Kay in the Sharpshooter. Luckily for her, Bianca is able to break it up, sending Nattie into the post. Kay gets planted with the K.O.D. after failing to steal a win with a schoolboy in the ropes. 

Bianca Belair defeats Billie Kay via pinfall. 

Bianca Belair is the first member of SmackDown's Women's Survivor Series team. 
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The discus from Natalya lays out Bianca, and Kay again tries to steal a pin. Kay sends Bianca to the corner with a hurricanrana, but is suplexed by Nattie. Bianca knocks Natalya off with a dropkick and hits an impressive handspring moonsault on Kay for a two-count. 

Nattie's atomic drop/dropkick sets up for the Sharpshooter. Bianca gets locked in, and Kay adds to the pressure, putting Kay in a crossface. Nattie notices, breaking the hold to go after Kay. 

The former WWE Women's Tag Champion sends Nattie into Bianca and boots Bianca in the face, seeing Nattie get dropped with an incidental DDT as well. 
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Nattie attempts to slap Billie, but she ducks, with Nattie's hand reaching Bianca instead. The Est. of SmackDown drops Natalya with a shoulder tackle, but nearly gets pinned by a surprise schoolboy from Kay. 
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Prior to the Triple Threat, Aalyah and Murphy are backstage. Murphy says that he's going to publicly apologize to Rey and Dominik tonight on SmackDown. 
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Lars wants one thing. He wants to make WWE his personal Hell on Earth. 
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